What Can 25 Years of Science and Scientific Research Do?

World Science Day

Every November 10, scientists and the scientific community gather together to discuss science’s latest impact on the world at large. Science affects our economy, our communities, and our planet. It plays a role in almost everything. On World Science Day for Peace and Development, scientists come together with a common mission: to improve the quality of life for everyone with scientific advancement. 

When it comes to human health and the metabolism, what can 25+ years of science and scientific research do, and how can it improve people’s quality of life?

Absence of Meal-Induced Insulin Sensitization Syndrome: A more complete expression of “metabolic syndrome”

Absence of meal-induced insulin sensitization syndrome, or AMISS for short, is a more complete and more accurate expression of what is commonly known as metabolic syndrome. AMISS views metabolic dysfunction as a dangerous progression of conditions caused by a decrease in the production of hepatalin, a hormone produced by the liver. The progression of pathologies through the AMISS lens looks like this:

  • Uptick in insulin and triglyceride production
  • Uptick in bad cholesterol
  • Higher blood pressure
  • Decline in muscle mass
  • Increase in body fat
  • Hyperinsulinemia & insulin resistance
  • Fasting glucose leading to pancreatic exhaustion and type 2 diabetes

AMISS includes cardiovascular disease, liver and kidney disease, and type 2 diabetes and, as it progresses, it can lead to organ failure, amputation, and finally, death. Hepatalin, in Dr. Lautt’s opinion, is the key to understanding metabolic dysfunction and type 2 diabetes. 

The Research – Hepatalin

Dr. W. Wayne Lautt, the scientist behind SciMar, has spent over 25 years researching causes and solutions to metabolic dysfunction and type 2 diabetes. In 1996, he discovered hepatalin, a hormone produced by the liver that impacts the body’s glucose uptake. (In the academic literature, hepatalin is known as “hepatic insulin-sensitizing substance” or the “HISS” hormone.) The level of hepatalin that our bodies produce is affected over time by age, sedentary lifestyles, and by the amount of refined sugar we ingest. For this reason, hepatalin is found more often in younger individuals. Like insulin, our bodies need a stable production of hepatalin to stay healthy. Too little hepatalin can cause the dangerous progression of AMISS. 

Dr. Lautt discovered through science and scientific research that excess glucose was stored as muscle when the liver was producing a healthy amount of hepatalin. After the production of hepatalin declined, the body produces more insulin which leads to glucose being stored as fat. “Chronic lack of hepatalin action results in a progressive and predictable series of homeostatic dysfunctions typical of obesity and type 2 diabetes,” says Lautt. Dr. Lautt has authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications related to hepatalin. You can find more information on his scientific research here.

A Key Part of the Solution – SciMar NuPa Daily

Based on his scientific research, Dr. Lautt and his colleagues at SciMar have developed SciMar NuPa Daily, a supplement formulated to protect hepatalin production. Preclinical research has shown that SciMar NuPa Daily supports healthy liver function and preserves metabolic health. SciMar NuPa Daily’s ingredients are: Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and SAMe (S-adenosyl-L-methionine). Vitamin C supports immune function, maintains the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients, and maintains good health. Vitamin E fights against damage caused by free radicals. SAMe helps support mood balance and supports healthy liver function. 

The supplement functions as a delayed-release dosage, ensuring that each ingredient is delivered to your system at the right time, supporting your metabolism at a cellular level. SciMar NuPa Daily is taken each morning on an empty stomach.

If you are struggling with AMISS, or think you are at risk of developing it, try SciMar NuPa Daily, a supplement based on science and scientific research. Decreased levels of hepatalin puts you on a dangerous trajectory health-wise. Be proactive and help protect your body’s production of hepatalin. Watch your health improve. You deserve to feel happy, healthy, and fulfilled while protecting your health. Try SciMar NuPa Daily today

We encourage you to speak with your healthcare provider before taking SciMar NuPa Daily. This is especially important if you are taking antidepressants, including selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) and monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors.