21st Century Health Care

Scientific discoveries happen every several decades and some of them are so powerful they completely redefine thought and action in the medical community. In this 21st century such a scientific discovery–one of the most important advancements in heath and longevity–has stirred the research community: Glycobiology…the study of glyconutrients (polysaccharides).


This discovery:  Essential sugars are the key to effective cellular
communication and proper cell function necessary for the
human body to maintain health at the cellular level.


Research results is accepted in the most respected scientific communities and publications:

MIT named this science one of the ten emerging technologies that will change the world.
Science Magazine (March 2001) dedicated an entire issue to the implications of this cutting edge research on proper immune function and overall health.
Scientific American (July 2002) explained the roll glyconutrients play in cellular communication and their function in combating diseases from viral infections to cancer.

Harpers Biochemistry (Volume 24)
Since 1996 these sugars have been identified in Harpers Biochemistry (Volume 24) as glucose, flucose, manose, galactose, zylose, anacitelo-glosomine, anacitelogalactosomine, and anacitelneurominic acid.  “Comprensive research has led to the discovery of eight monosaccharides needed by every cell in the human body because all eight are required in the engineering and design of life that is coded in our genes.  These sugars are the worlds most powerful, essential carbohydrates and are necessary for proper cellular function and yet research has shown that only two, glucose and galactose are present in the modern diet.”  This medical textbook (used in the U.S. Medical Universities) was rewritten in order to include a new chapter on glycobiology.

Newsweek (April 25, 1994) featured a story that talked about the power of the substances in glyconutrients (polysaccharides) to improve certain aspects of our nation’s failing health.

After the research findings and following information on the physical need of polysaccharides for optimal health you will be introduced to a 21st Century whole food that provides all of the essential sugars bonded to peptides (protein/amino acid chain). This leading edge nanotechnology provides a comprehensive combination of essential amino acids and sugars needed to directly target the mitochondria (power plant) of the cell to create ATP (cellular energy). Without this essential combination of polysaccharides* and peptides the mitochondria cannot optimally produce ATP. No other company has the technology to connect these proteins to the sugar trains with 98% absorption in the cells. (*Polysaccharide is a word synonymous with glyconutrient.)




Are you sick and tired of being sick and/or tired?


The importance of good nutrition to wellness is unquestionable. Despite the fact that most people understand this need, and try to employ nutritional practices into their life-style, there is a steady rise in a whole host of diseases. However….

The Agricultural Department announced over 20 years ago that modern farming was stripping many essential nutrients from the soil…nutrient our bodies require for good health. Couple that problem with the problems occurring because our fresh fruits and vegetables are being picked before they ripen naturally (green harvesting), gassed, irradiated, artificially ripened, stored for days, weeks, or months, cooked, frozen, canned, processed, refined, pasteurized, genetically engineered, etc. and the idea that we can get all of the nutrition we require from our food is dimming fast.  For example, it has been documented that a tomato loses up to 25% of its nutrients in green harvesting, up to 25% of its remaining nutrients in transportation, up to 50% of its remaining nutrients in storage, up to 83% of its remaining nutrients in canning, and, loses up to 50% of its remaining nutrients in cooking. This leaves the tomato with 2.39% of its original nutrient content.

Green harvesting–which allows for long distance transport and for fruit and vegetables to be stored for lengthy periods–has created a comprehensive problem in maintaining good health:  When a food is not ripened on the tree or vine the 8 essential sugars/polysaccharides which are prolifically formed in the last stage of ripening on the vine–and lasting only 48 hours after picking—have been reduced to essentially 2 of the essential sugars left in the products. 

It is easy to see how we are consuming food deficient of at least 6 of the 8 essential sugars necessary for optimal health.  The end result is our bodies crave nutrients that are not present. We eat more food and receive fewer nutrients which result in our bodies get fatter while our immune systems become weaker. 

Isn’t sugar bad for you?

It is generally accepted that sugar can cause expanding waistlines and rotting teeth.  However, the complex sugars called glycans are recognized as critical for clear cell-to-cell communication. These sugars–the essential glyconutrients/polysaccharides–do not cause weight gain, tooth damage or insulin problems because the amount of glucose is low and the other seven essential sugars have lower glycemic indexes.

The eight essential sugars are often referred to as the “missing link” between
what we eat and what our bodies need for optimal health.

If we are deficient in the 8 essential sugars, the cells will eventually lack the communication system necessary to maintain good health.  Consensus is growing in this field of health research that the rise in cancer can be linked to the lack of necessary nutrients in our modern diet…specifically, the missing six polysaccharides/glyconutrients.



“A healthy body is determined by the
health of each of its single cells.”


The eight essential sugars enable our bodies to help themselves move toward health and vitality by providing the needed building blocks for cell-to-cell communication. These eight essential sugars coat the lining of all cells and allow the cells to form the ‘words’ used to tell each other vast amounts of necessary information i.e., when to form blood clots, repair damaged cells, kill cancer cells, and boost our immune system. If communication breaks down between cells, or not understood by sickly cells, our immune response cells cannot receive clear direction on what to respond to.  This in turn leads to infection, disease, and even the immune system attacking itself…autoimmune disease. 

To recap: When cell to cell communication happens correctly, the whole body works together to provide a system of immune power and energy to promote healing:
  When immune response cells come in contact and talk to other cells, one of three things happen: 1) they ignore the other cell  2) they repair it   3) or they kill it.

“I feel so strongly that the more people who supplement their diets with glyconutrients (polysaccharides), the less disease and illness we will see on this planet.”- Dr. Robert Ortmann, MD (NIH) former NIH (National Institute of Health) Immunologist and research science director.

21st Century Health Care: 

Enzacta Alfa PXP forte



This leading edge technology whole food product provides Mitonutrients: a comprehensive combination of essential amino acids and sugars needed to directly target the mitochondria (power plant) of the cell to create ATP (cellular energy). Without this essential combination of polysaccharides and peptides the mitochondria cannot optimally produce ATP. No other company has the technology to connect these protiens to the sugar trains with 98% absorption in the cells.


Enzacta uses a proprietary and innovative technique utilizing biotechnology and nanotechnology to extract polysaccharide peptides* from specially selected grains of rice.  The rice is grown in the Siam Valley of Thailand where the soils are alkaline and rich with nutrients. Our rice is not modified in any way. (*Polysaccharide is a word synonymous with glyconutrient.  Peptide is the protein/amino acid chain.)  See page 5 for recent research findings.


The specific properties and combinations of these antioxidants, organic minerals, amino acid compounds and polysaccharides have the ability to stimulate the body into a natural state of homeostasis (where the body is in balance) therefore blood sugars, cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, electrolytes and Ph become balanced and the natural healing begins. 

Scientific Publications:

MIT’s Technology Review ~October 2001. “Sugars Could be Biology’s Next Sweet Spot.” In this issue the magazine emphasizes the next field of biology is waiting to break out: glycomics. This emerging discipline seeks to move sugars and carbohydrates into the mainstream of biomedical research and drug discovery.

Science Magazine, Special Issue. A publication of Stanford University for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Science Magazine dedicated an entire 200-page magazine issue to educating the science and medical community about Glyconutrients, Glycobiology and Glycoscience. Carbohydrates & Glycobiology, March 23, 2001

Physician’s Desk Reference (PDR) for Nonprescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements is used by 99% of all doctors and healthcare professionals before recommending solutions to their patients. Glyconutrients/polysaccharides are listed for compromised immune systems






Human Cells


 “The cell is the structural and functional unit of all known living organisms. …Humans have an estimated 100 trillion cells.  All cells come from preexisting cells. When a cell dies it replaces itself.  Vital functions of an organism occur within cells, and all cells contain the hereditary information necessary for regulating cell functions and for transmitting information to the next generation of cells.   The word cell comes from the Latin cellula, meaning, a small room. (Wikipedia)” 


“What are mitochondria?  A mitochondrion (singular of mitochondria) is part of every cell in the body that contains genetic material. Mitochondria are responsible for processing oxygen and converting substances from the foods we eat into energy for essential cell functions. Mitochondria produce energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is then transported to the cytoplasm of a cell for use in numerous cell functions.”  – Clevelandclinic.org  – Complete article can be read at:


Enzacta provides a comprehensive combination of essential amino acids and sugars (polysaccharides) needed to directly target the mitochondria (power plant) of the cell to create ATP (cellular energy).


Why do our mitrochondria need this combination of essential amino acids and sugars to optimally feed them?  


Are sickly mitrochondria a reality?

”In adults, many diseases of aging have been found to have defects of mitochondrial function. These include, but are not limited to, type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, atherosclerotic heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and cancer.  In addition, many medicines can injure the mitochondria.”


From the Primary Physician’s Guide:  The Spectrum of Mitochondrial Disease, Robert K. Naviaux, MD, PhD  Complete 14 page report can be read at: http://biochemgen.ucsd.edu/mmdc/ep-3-10.pdf

“Mitochondrial biology is one of the fastest growing areas in genetics and medicine, connecting scientific disciplines ranging from embryology to cancer, to infectious disease. Indeed, disturbances in mitochondrial metabolism are now known to play a role not only in rare childhood diseases, but have also been implicated in many common diseases of aging, including heart disease, diabetes, Parkinson disease and dementia….Many mitochondrial disorders are so new that they have not yet made it into the medical textbooks or, in some cases, the medical literature. Consequently, most physicians are not able to recognize them reliably.

Disorders sometime associated with Mitochondrial Dysfunction:

Type 2 diabetes                                  IBS – irritable bowel syndrome

Atherosclerotic heart disease             Epilepsy

Alzheimers                                          Autism

Parkinson                                            Multiple sclerosis

Congestive heart disease                   Migraines

Cancer metastasis                              Early hearing loss

Liver failure                                         Kidney failure

Rheumatoid arthritis                            Systemic lupus

Weight gain                                         High cholesterol

High Blood pressure                           Fatigue / Fibromyalgia




Recent Research:


A study, conducted by the Royal Thai Army Hospital and College of Medicine in conjunction with PMK Research Center, Bangkok, Thailand, and Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, investigated the protective effect of rice polysaccharides peptides on neuron cells exposed to various neurotoxins. Results of these in vitro studies showed that when neurotoxins were induced, they caused 100 percent cell death and severe damage of dendrites – the fibers extending from the body of the cell. However, when neurons were pretreated with rice polysaccharide peptides, they demonstrated different levels of cell survival and apparent recovery of dendrites from the neurotoxin injuries within 48 hours.  This study suggested that there may be a place for rice polysaccharide peptides in the support and treatment of brain related injuries and diseases.

Miquel J, Economos AC, Fleming J and Johnson JE. Mitochondrial role in cell aging. Exp Gerontol 15: 575-91,


Concentrated rice polysaccharide peptides in Alfa PXP may help Type 2 Diabetes by increasing ATP (cellular energy).


Rate of Cellular Energy Production Lower in Persons at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes [New Haven, Connecticut, August 2005]

The rate of insulin-stimulated energy production is significantly reduced in the muscles of lean, healthy young adults who have already developed insulin resistance and are at increased risk of developing diabetes later in life, according to a Yale School of Medicine study.

The new research by Gerald Shulman, MD, professor of internal medicine, endocrinology, and senior author of the study, indicates that a decreased ability to burn sugars and fats efficiently is an early and central part of the diabetes problem. The new data also suggest that the basic defect lies within the mitochondria, which are the energy factories inside cells that produce most of the chemical power needed to sustain life.

The young adults studied by the research team are the offspring of parents who have type 2 diabetes, adding support to the idea that the risk can be inherited and that the problem begins well before diabetes symptoms become evident. The researchers observed that the mitochondria in the subjects’ muscle cells responded poorly to insulin stimulation. Normal mitochondria react to insulin by boosting production of an energy-carrying molecule, ATP, by 90 percent. But the mitochondria from the insulin-resistant people they tested only boosted ATP production by five percent.

Among their findings was also evidence for a severe reduction in the amount of insulin stimulated phosphorus transport into the muscle cells of the insulin-resistant participants. This also points to a dramatic defect in insulin signaling and may explain the observed abnormalities in insulin-stimulated power production in the insulin-resistant study subjects. Phosphorus is a key element in the mithochondrion’s complex energy-production process.


Alfa PXP, which is made from brown rice, may help reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers according to the FDA

Brown rice, a 100 percent whole grain food, joins the recognized ranks of healthful whole grains, according to an announcement this week from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that will allow brown rice food labels to bear the whole grain health claim. This will enable consumers to easily identify brown rice as a food to help them increase whole grain consumption and reduce their risk of heart disease and certain cancers.


Consumers can now be on the lookout for brown rice labeled with the FDA whole grain health claim: “Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers.”  FDA’s action explicitly extends an existing health claim to include whole grain rice.



Does Enzactz Alfa PXP Forte Really Work?


This is the story of my personal friend, Sharon.  I have seen her results first-hand for myself and can vouch for the truth of what she says.


@ I had Bulbar Polio at age 6…1954 at the end of the Polio Epidemic in America.  In 1982, at 34 years old, my doctor sent me to the Post-Polio Clinic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The specialist also told me 50% of the motor neuron cells of Polio victims were destroyed and the other 50% were extremely damaged and the damage or loss of those cells would cause premature aging and the health problems that come with aging. 


After years of purchasing countless nutritional products I was very skeptical when I first heard about PXP:  I wondered how a food product could make a tangible difference in a person’s health as I sensed this was God’s answer for me.  Being a sort of  ‘Sherlock Holmes’ I began an investigation on polysaccharides and peptides.  I studied until it all made perfect and simple sense to me and then called my former doctor (licensed physician) …a man whose wisdom and godly character my family fully trusted.  He encouraged me to take the food product for he had seen over 95% of the people he knows who takes polysaccharides experience great health benefits.  So, I started taking PXP on August 16, 2008.


As I write this I have been on PXP for 20 weeks.  I have not had any muscle or joint pain since week 4—no more daily pain relievers.  I feel better than I can remember feeling.  I am not experiencing the swallowing problems that were becoming more frequent. I also began breathing easier, which is very exciting for me!  I had respiratory paralysis with Polio and my breathing had become increasingly more labored in the last three years. I have energy that I cannot remember having and stamina that constantly amazes me and my husband.  No more talk about a wheelchair in my near future!  –Sharon Merhalski, Gary, IN



I also know Kathy, the originator of this testimonial, and have met her in person.  I did not know her or her husband before they began taking PXP to personally witness the changes they have experienced.  But I have found her to be extremely trustworthy.

@[being re-written]My name is Kathy Glasch and I am from the Chicago area.  About 8 months ago my husband Mickey and I started taking PXP.  I am happy to report the following great things that have occurred in our physical health as a direct result from taking PXP twice a day.  One of the first things I noticed is that the tremendous pain I had from arthritis was diminished.  I was taking 21 Advil a day to quell the pain. After about two weeks the pain was completely gone and I no longer take ANY pain meds.  My energy level dramatically increased and I began to sleep very, very soundly at night. Prior to taking PXP I struggled with insomnia.  It is important to know that I hadn’t felt well for quite some time prior to taking PXP.  I had bouts of depression and I am very happy to report that I no longer suffer from these bouts.

My husband Mickey had a crushed ankle about 16 years ago.  It was crushed so bad that the docs were concerned that they would not be able to “re-architecturalize” his ankle.  They did a great job putting it back together again, but he always had pain in the ankle after it was healed.  Eventually the pain was off the charts and it was actually hindering Mick from being able to walk.  Mickey started taking PXP twice a day.  About two and one half weeks after taking PXP, his ankle was free from pain.  Also, Mick had horrendous sinus problems, and since he has been on the PXP he has had no more sinus headaches and no more ringing in the ears.  His sleep is very deep and restful and he has more energy now that he did 16 years ago.           

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