|March 26, 2014. Carn-Aware Discontinued. The manufacturer of Carn-Aware abruptly discontinued the product, citing they were unable to obtain a supplier (we are not sure what that means). If you are interested in having us make a comparable product with the same level of quality and are able to contribute to financing the manufacture of a first run (100,000 capsules - 1600 bottles), please contact us. In the mean time, the product that is most comparable to Carn-Aware, in terms of high quality ingredients, is Liquid Carnosine Plus.
What is Carnosine?
L-Carnosine is a naturally occurring dipeptide that consists of the amino acids, alanine and histadine.
What are the benefits of Carnosine
Carnosine is believed to stimulate the frontal areas of the brain, resulting in
overall improved levels of functioning. More and more research shows
that the frontal lobes and temporal lobes in the brain control emotion,
epileptic activity, cognitive, expressive speech, and abstract thinking. Studies have shown Carnosine to improve language, socialization, and overall level of functioning in individuals within the autism spectrum. It has also been shown in studies to have anti-seizure properties without the side-effects of prescription anti-seizure medications.
Research indicates it prevents the formation of the beta amyloid plaque in found in not only in neurological conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and autism, but also in the eyes in degenerative eye conditions and in the pancreas in diabetes. It is a neuroprotectant, with a study indicating it reduced severity of damage in stroke patients.
Carnosine, Autism & Treatment
A double-blind study was conducted by Dr. Michael Chez, a pediatric neurologist from Chicago who found that participants experienced significant improvements in language, auditory processing, socialization, awareness of surroundings, fine motor planning and expressive language. For information on his clinical trial and the benefits of Carnosine, autism and study details, please click here.
For research and articles and on Carnosine regarding age-related health issues, please click here.
For research and articles and on Carnosine regarding dyslexia and other learning disabilities, please click here.
For research and articles on Carnosine regarding diabetes and retinopathy, please click here.