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Sharing Kato Clinic's Supplement list for older women

June 22 2012 at 12:46 PM
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MIR  (no login)

 

Here is what I found out from someone 40+ that goes to Kato and found success. They routinely recommend certain blend of supplements that are targeted to improve mitochondrion, so these supplements are actually proven mitochondrial nutrients. The label of the product says that it is evidenced to improve egg quality (I haven't found the research paper on this, hopefully it is published in English)

That particular lab-quality blend is only sold within Japan, but here are the ingredients

CoQ10 (Kaneka QH) 50mg - I think you can get this in the US, my Healthy Origins uses Kaneka
L'Carnitine - 200mg
alpha lipoic acid 50mg
Resveratrol 5mg

The mg stated above is the weight of the purified ingredients themselves, as opposed to the packaging mg.

Here is the website for this product, it is called IVF supplement, all ingredients made in Japan or USA
http://www.nature-g.com/shohin/naturesgift/07.html#

 
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  1. Very Interesting! - TenaciousB on Jun 22, 2:05 PM
    1. I am most impressed by Kato's blast formation rate for our age group - MIR on Jun 22, 3:22 PM
      1. Blast formation rate at my clinic - MIR on Jun 22, 3:41 PM
      2. Don't buy it-ability to make blasts only tells part of the story - DeeinNYC on Jun 22, 4:35 PM
        1. Re: Don't buy it-ability to make blasts only tells part of the story - Kim on Jun 22, 4:43 PM
        2. No, you are not being a downer - MIR on Jun 22, 6:31 PM
          1. barge to MIR about numbers game - Anonymous on Jun 23, 2:53 AM
            1. its ealier paper in 2006 talked about risks - MIR on Jun 23, 3:17 AM
            2. Link between long-term Clomid use and cancer - DeeinNYC on Jun 23, 8:32 AM
              1. I have already done my research - MIR on Jun 23, 12:47 PM
                1. Yes..I know..response was not directed at you... - DeeinNYC on Jun 23, 1:32 PM
                  1. Dee and MIR - what do you think about this? - alima on Jun 23, 5:20 PM
                    1. I agree with what you are saying - Jamie on Jun 23, 5:22 PM
                      1. thanks Jamie - alima on Jun 23, 5:29 PM
                    2. Makes sense - DeeinNYC on Jun 23, 5:35 PM
                      1. thanks Dee - alima on Jun 23, 5:40 PM
                    3. estrogen is definitely the risk - MIR on Jun 25, 6:49 PM
     
  2. like the odds - Kim on Jun 22, 4:31 PM
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  4. Thanks for posting! - Bea on Jun 22, 7:17 PM
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  6. fabulous info, as always, MIR! (success implied) - Jamie on Jun 23, 4:01 PM
    1. Yes, except.. - Anon on Jun 23, 6:44 PM
      1. let's review - Jamie on Jun 23, 7:18 PM
        1. Re: let's review - Anon on Jun 23, 11:20 PM
          1. WOW!!!! - Jamie on Jun 24, 11:19 AM
          2. and BTW - Jamie on Jun 24, 11:22 AM
            1. yah really...what is up - anne on Jun 25, 5:25 PM
              1. thank you, anne. - Jamie on Jun 26, 5:35 PM
        2. Stats and probability - DarriasD on Jun 25, 8:13 PM
          1. Exactly my point. - Anon on Jun 26, 11:15 AM
            1. glad it wasn't meant to be hostile - Jamie on Jun 26, 6:07 PM
          2. here's how probability works in this case - Jamie on Jun 26, 5:57 PM
     
  7. MIR- you are amazing G-D mtnd - Jainee on Jun 24, 1:44 AM
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