Solution of retinoids in vitamin E in the Di Bella Method biological multitherapy.

  Vol. 36 (7) 2015 Neuro endocrinology letters Journal Article   2015; 36(7): 661-676 PubMed PMID:  26859589    Citation

OBJECTIVE: The aim of the liposoluble vitamin solution in the DBM formulation is to enhance the biovailability, the stability, the half-life and the therapeutic efficacy of the components without resorting to excessive or toxic doses.

METHOD: The DBM vitamin solution contains 0.5 grams of vitamin A palmitate ester, 0.5 grams of all-trans-retinoic acid (ATRA), and 2 grams of β-Carotene, in 1 000 grams of vitamin E acetate ester which stabilizes the other components, protecting them from oxidation. The solution is administered before meals at the dose of 90 to 150 mg per kg of body weight. The quantities have a determining value for a pharmacological result. No phenomena of overdose and/or toxicity have ever been detected in the tens of thousands of people who have used the solution with this formulation and dosage.

RESULTS: Thanks to the synergic effect of the components and their antioxidant, free antiradical, cell-membrane stabilizing, differentiating and cytostatic properties, this solution has constantly produced positive therapeutic responses. Favourable effects have been observed in the prevention and treatment of neoplastic diseases, as well as on immunity, physiological growth, trophism and functionality of tegumental, respiratory, digestive, urogenital and exocrine gland epithelia. A significant antidegenerative effect has also been observed in pretumoral stages. Studies have been published reporting 754 cases of various types of tumor which have greatly benefited from the use of this vitamin solution synergically and factorially reinforced by the other components of the DBM, such as Melatonin, Vitamins D and C, D2 receptor agonists, and GH inhibitors like Somatostatina and analogs.

CONCLUSIONS: In view of the documented results achieved, we believed it useful to provide the scientific community with the details of the formulation, preparation, posology, rationale, mechanism of action, biochemical, molecular and physiological bases, indications and clinical findings relating to the DBM liposoluble vitamin solution.

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