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Dr. Flechas and Boron

Friday, July 14, 2017 10:29:59 AM America/Denver

Dr. Flechas discusses the role of boron on bone health and osteoporosis. Dr. Flechas' made a presentation to the IAOMT (Internal Academy of Oral Medication and Toxicology) regarding boron and medical health.Read More
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Information on Bromide

Friday, May 26, 2017 2:51:22 PM America/Denver

The halide periodic table family is comprised of iodine, bromide, fluoride, and chloride (and a few others). Iodine has many benefits, while bromide is not only prevalent in our environment, but very detrimental to the absorption of iodine.Read More
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BoroTab: A potassium borate nutritional supplement

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 7:24:16 AM America/Denver

Boron is a mineral that is found our natural environment and is necessary to maintain optimal health and wellness.Read More
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How to see your results on Secure Drawer

Monday, April 17, 2017 3:05:36 PM America/Denver

Hakala Research is incorporating a HIPPA approved electronic portal, SecureDrawer.  In addition to being HIPPA compliant, you may access all of your results at any time.  Once we have processed your sample and created the report, SecureDrawer will alert you with a set up email, from there, you will be able to access the reports.

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Magnesium's Role in Total Body Health

Thursday, November 10, 2016 11:18:22 AM America/Denver

Scientists are beginning to recognize magnesium's role in protecting against a myriad of health issues. High magnesium intake has been associated with reducing the risks of cardiac death, heart disease, stroke, type II diabetes, asthma, hypertension, kidney disease, cognitive decline, and osteoporosis. Within the cell, magnesium plays essential roles in regulating cell signaling, insulin sensitivity, inflammation, converting chemical energy from food into useful energy for the body, and DNA maintenance and repair.

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AcCellerate PQQ

Wednesday, August 3, 2016 3:35:41 PM America/Denver

As an endurance athlete, I am always on the lookout for supplements that may help with performance as well as quicken recovery. I am pleased to introduce Hakala Research’s newest product, AcCellerate PQQ, which has been reported to increase athletic performance and speed recovery time. For the first time this year, I rode the Tour de Wyoming bicycle ride. Over the course of six days, riders endured 350 miles including several days of strenuous hill climbing and long spinning. With only three months of training, I quickly went from casual cyclist to a competitor able to complete the ride. I believe that this feat was made possible by AcCellerate PQQ, which I started taking only one month before the event.

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The Many Types of Iodine Testing

Friday, July 1, 2016 8:40:59 AM America/Denver

Over the years, several methods have been used to determine iodine sufficiency. With the advent of the “Iodine Project” initiated by Dr. Guy Abraham, a 24-hour iodine challenge test was developed to help answer the question of iodine sufficiency. It is interesting to note that a test to determine the optimal amount of iodine necessary for human health has never been done.

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Best Use of Iodine Supplement

Friday, June 3, 2016 9:14:02 AM America/Denver

Use of an iodine supplement along with supporting nutrients designed to achieve whole body iodine sufficiency has been used by Drs Guy Abraham, David Brownstein, and Jorge Flechas to supply optimal amounts of the essential nutrients to achieve the best possible mental and physical performance.

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Interfering Substances and Transport Mechanisms

Tuesday, March 15, 2016 12:54:14 PM America/Denver

Iodine is present is all organs and tissues of the body, not just the thyroid gland. In target cells, the mechanism used to concentrate peripheral iodine involve an energy-dependent transport of one atom of iodine sandwiched between two atoms of sodium across the cell membrane(1).

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