Dr. Jay Lehr gave a testimony on Daniel Chapter One HealthWatch about the great results he has experienced from the recent change in the PrePost formula!
Read the script of the show below:
Tricia: Dr. Lehr, welcome!
Dr. Lehr: Nice to talk with you Jim & Trish. I only have 3 minutes, but I have an apology to make, a compliment to give you, and an important question and I won't take much of your time. First, the last time I talked with you I was very concerned with your switching the PrePost from high protein to lower protein with a little more carbs. I was concerned I wouldn't get the phenomenal results I've had these past 7 years.
Jim: Rightfully so, Dr. Lehr.
Dr. Lehr: You told me that you had been following the research and the research told you. Well I went and found the research and the American Council On Exercise published a major study in my newsletter this very month in which they took a lead cyclist and they tried them on high protein supplement drinks and high carbohydrate supplement drinks and then they did really serious sensitive scientific testing on their power output, their systolic heart rate, I mean all the science stuff that I don't totally understand and they came out conclusively with what you told me on the phone a couple weeks ago that the protein was actually inhibiting energy conversion and thus the creation of power and the carbohydrate was better. Alright, now, I've had about 6 weeks to test it on myself and because I'm back in IronMan competition I've really ramped up the speed of which I'm doing everything and I can tell you anecdotedly that my results with the new formulation have exceeded what they were previously and as you know previously they were already spectacular.
Jim: Well, absolutely, Dr. Lehr, and our own research here on our clients, our patients, our subjects here, matter of fact I'm working with some State Troopers right now on the PrePost formulation and the reduced protein intake and they have actually started to come in and these guys are already physically fit and they've actually started to show greater muscle tone and greater metabolism so that the non-lean body mass has reduced with the increase of lean body mass and that is under the principles of philosophy that we have Dr. Lehr that maintaining of the present mass of protein, matter of fact, there's an interesting case going on right now with a surgeon, a doctor, in Providence whose son has a deficiency and weight gain problem, a young child actually. And I'm trying to explain some of the principles of biomolecular nutrition to them. Of course, what's difficult is they have been ingrained with their present many years of study, research, and philosophies of physiology, exercise-induced physiology to have a block sometimes to receive these things.
Dr. Lehr: Well, I applaud you for your statement a few weeks ago when you said you keep up with the research, your research of the truth. I had mentioned it to a few people and they said, "Oh, maybe you're trying to save money because the protein is more expensive than the carbohydrate." And of course, I said I could not believe that was true. But I didn't understand it. Now I do understand it and I can tell you my results have been awesome. Right now, I've only got a couple minutes mostly because I'm doing a huge training day of running and swimming. But I've got a very important question and that is, I want to know what you consider to be the best timing to take Endurosine prior to an activity. Is it an hour before, a half hour before? I know to continue taking it, but for instance, right now, I'm about to do a very fast 2 1/2 mile swim, I mean as fast as I can do it. And I can't of course add more Endurosine, it's going to take me about an hour and 20 minutes and I'm not going to stop and take Endurosine. How many minutes before I enter the water is it best to take the Endurosine.
Jim: In the case of Endurosine, you want to do it approximately 20-30 minutes before the event. Now in the case where a person and like this situation where you're doing swimming training and you're not going to interrupt your flow and your technique will be impeded, your timing will be disrupted if you have to slow down. What you do is upon beginning the training session or beginning the event you can take 4 of those Endurosine and during the 20 minute swim or half hour or hour swim, whatever it's going to be, and matter of fact that's a practice that we have here at Daniel Chapter One that allows us to get maximum utilization and time release and it's part our training and competing philosophy.
Dr. Lehr: So you're saying when I can't take additional take it right at the beginning. When I can keep adding take it 20 or 30 minutes earlier to begin with.
Jim: Well, in general, yes. Sometimes during a tough competition we will still do that like we're talking about with the swimming. So you do it a half hour before, 20 minutes before or whatever, then
Dr. Lehr: So, in other words, take it before and then immediately again.
Dr. Lehr: Okay, I see. Now the final question and I really have to run. I've got to get in and out of the pool before the highschool team comes in. What happens for instance if you took the Endurosine an hour early? Would it start to lose its effect efficacy an hour later?
Jim: Yes. The liver eventually will have its way with the methly donor groups. The liver is there to keep balance and you want it. You know, the Chai that the Chinese always talk about, the liver is keeping balanced. It would be of insufficient value to do that.
Dr. Lehr: Okay, that's just what I wanted to know.
Jim: Well, it would be a waste and a lot of people do think that about and they rightfully, I have no problem with those people saying, "Oh, they're doing less protein because it's more expensive." And today, that's not true any longer because protein has come a long way and the high quality protein still is expensive, but it's really about physiology and we deal with people like yourself, but also we deal with people who are terminally ill, who are on their deathbed and I can't play around with it because it's another buck or two, you see?
Dr. Lehr: I totally appreciate that. Look, thanks, you guys have made me what I am these last few years and you're going to make me a champion in the Ironman next year when we work out a formula, but thanks for everything you do for me, I gotta run.