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Antioxidants Nutrients Have Powerful Anti-Cancer Activity!
Antioxidants . . . The Nutrients Boost The Immune System and Have Powerful Anti-Cancer Activity . . .
of lung cancer. Women with the highest blood levels of lutein, zeaxanthin and beta-cryptoxanthin had the lowest risk of developing lung cancer.
The risk reduction associated with these nutrients was 69% for lutein zeaxanthin. Men with the highest blood levels of vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) were 41% less likely to develop prostate cancer.
What It Does:
May protect against GI (gastro-intestinal) cancers, cataracts, and heart disease; reduces severity of colds. Optimizes vitamin E utilization.
Fruits and vegetables (eg., strawberries, citrus fruits, broccoli, dark leafy green, red peppers).
500 to 1,000 mg. (or more) a day. Best taken with meals.
Vitamin E comes in two forms: tocoperols (the most common form of the vitamin) and tocotrienols. Take a vitamin E supplement to assure youre getting optimum tocopherol levels. Less is known about the tocotrienols; research is ongoing.
Tocopherols may protect against heart disease, stroke, Alzheimers, and certain cancers; they may also enhance immunity. Tocotrienols may
fight heart disease and breast cancer; may also protect skin against the suns UV rays.
Tocopherols: Nuts and vegetable oils have a small amount. Tocotrienols: Rice bran. Supplements are beneficial to supply a therapeutic dose of these vital vitamin compounds.
What It Does:
Protects against cancer, heart disease, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Assists other antioxidants to function at optimum levels.
Brazil nuts, grains, vegetables (selenium content varies depending on the
soil produce is grown in.)
100 to 200 mcg. a day; avoid higher daily doses, which may be toxic. Take with meals to help boost absorption.
What It Does:
May fight cancer and heart disease; strengthens gums; protects nerves; helps generate energy, naturally.
Present in all cells of the body, especially in the heart. Also found in
nuts and oils, but supplementation is required to get a therapeutic dose.
At least 30 mg. a day. CoQ10 is particularly important for anyone who has heart disease. In addition, anyone taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, such as Mevacor (lovastatin), Lipitor (atorvastatin), or Zocor (simvastatin) should take CoQ10 because these drugs deplete the bodys store of Coenzyme.
What It Does:
May protect against heart disease, cataracts, stroke, cancer, and diabetes-related nerve damage. May also help boost critical glutathione levels.
Found in tiny amounts in some foods (eg., spinach, beef, potatoes).
100 mg. a day with food. For people with diabetes, 200 mg. three times aday.
Orange and red fruits and vegetables; dark green vegetables.
If diet is lacking in fruits and vegetables: Take mixed carotenoids supplying 25,000 IU of vitamin A activity a day.
What It Does:
Improves circulation; may fight heart disease, Alzheimers, impotence.
Extracted from the leaves of the ginkgo biloba tree.
30 to 60 mg., of extract (equivalent 250 mg. - 500 mg. of whole herb) once or twice a day, with or without food.
What It Does:
Boosts bodys production of vitamins C and E and glutathione.
Extracted from grape seeds, berry extracts or pine bark (such as Pycnogenol).
30 to 200 mg. a day.
/ Eades, M.D.
The Nutrition Desk Reference / Garrison, Jr., M.A., R.Ph. & Somer, M.A., R.D.
Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 2003;2003:518-526.
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Amended Bitter Orange - Ephedra in Disguise? So Why Do People Still Take It ?
If you read my last article about bitter orange, it was pretty clear how I felt about the herb. I'd read the available research concerning bitter orange, and while there was some evidence supporting bitter orange, the overall picture did not look good.
The Vitamin Companies Don't Want You To Know
Do you ever find yourself asking any or all of these questions:Why do I keep spending money on vitamins and not feel a thing?Why do I still get sick and continuously feel lousy?Why is it so hard to stay "consistent" when it comes to taking vitamins on a regular basis?Which vitamins does MY BODY need?Will I be able to live life to it's fullest as I get older?How do I know "For Sure" which nutrients I am lacking in my diet?The "New Scoop" On Vitamins?Vitamin supplements may be much more important than doctors thought in warding off cancer, heart disease and the ravages of aging-and, no, you may not be getting enough of these crucial nutrients in your diet!Vitamins are a "Key" factor in warding off the following chronic diseases:Heart DiseaseLung CancerBowel CancerBreast CancerProstate CancerOsteoporosisAnd,The fact is: YOU probably aren't getting the nutrients that you need!World class nutrition experts have been recommending vitamins for more than 35 years!"To take or not to take" is no longer the question. ALL nutrition experts and most doctors support supplementation.
Natural Human Growth Hormone: Hope or Hoax?
You may feel 30, but your body keeps reminding you you're not. You fatigue easily.
Vitamin Euphoria - A Shot in the Dark
Vitamins seem to be so good for everything. The newly born needs them to grow properly; women take them to be happy; men use them to maintain or increase potency; athletes ingest them to stay fit; and older people take them to become younger or to avoid the flu.
Researching Glyconutritionals (a.k.a. Glyconutrients)?
The Greek word "Glyco" means, "Sugar". Most people think of sugar as being bad for you.
Take Back Your Life 3
In parts one and two of this series, titled "Take Back Your Life" and "Take Back Your Life 2"; we discussed the importance of proper cell function and the necessity of having and maintaining a balanced endocrine system as they relate to wellness. Here in part 3, we shall examine why vitamins and minerals, including certain trace minerals are absolutely necessary to further insure and maintain a state of wellness and optimum health.
Did you know that vitamin B-1 has two other widely used names?Thiamine is a name used in the US and Aneurin is the popular name in Europe. Thiamin (without the e) is also used to refer to B-1.
The Fountain Of Youth
Aging, a steady declineThe History of the world is filled with stories of individuals trying to find eternal youth. Wealthy people going to private centers for magic elixirs.
Omega-3 And Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) is responsible for numerous deaths in the U.S.
The Most Researched Performance Enhancing Nutritional Supplement
Creatine - The most researched performance enhancing nutritional supplementDoes creatine supplementation work?The February 2004 issue of the Strength and Conditioning Journal, the official publication of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, had an article about creatine loading. Why? Because it works!How does it work?I never really liked biochemistry, so I will give you the cliff notes version.
Vitamin Benefits - What You Need To Know
Parents always tell their children to take their vitamins. Every day, consumers are bombarded with vitamin advertisements, and it is common knowledge that vitamins are beneficial to the human body.
Why Is Thiamin So Important?
What Is Thiamin?Known as Vitamin B1, thiamin was the very first B-Vitamin discovered. As an integral part of the B-complex spectrum of vitamins, thiamin is primarily involved in energy metabolism - turning foods into a useable energy source for the body, known as ATP (adenosine triphosphate).
Take Back Your Life 2
In part one of this series, titled "Take Back Your Life"; we discussed the importance of proper cell function as it relates to wellness. Here in part 2, we will discuss why it is important to feed the organs of your endocrine system to further insure and maintain a state of wellness and optimum health.
Are Bodybuilding Supplements Really Necessary?
Bodybuilding supplements generally fall under the classification of dietary supplements, therefore they are not regulated by the FDA. There is absolutely nothing guaranteeing the purity of body building supplements, or the safety of using them.
Iron is a mineral that is essential to the health and functioning of the body. Deficiencies in iron can have serious consequences for overall health and even energy levels.
More Complete Arthritis Supplement
People accept arthritic disease as a 'natural part of the aging process', but sometimes the pain from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and over 100 other forms of arthritis so intolerable, prompting people to look for effective treatment.Prescription drugs such as VIOXX, Bextra and Celebrex (arthritic painkillers) - and many other COX-2 inhibitors widely used for arthritic treatment - have been investigated following studies into their negative cardiovascular side effects.
We have all heard that it is important to eat fruits and vegetables everyday. Some of us actually do eat the minimum recommended servings.
B-Vitamins Help Promote Healthy Arteries and Heart
A 2002 study reported, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation reported that a six-month regiment of taking folic acid, vitamin b12, and vitamin b6 can be instrumental in the prevention of recurring blocked arteries in coronary angioplasty patients.The findings, which were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association are an extension of a clinical trial that examined the effects of combining vitamins on the treatment of heart disease.
The Beneficial Effects Of Vitamins On Your Digestive System
As much as we would like to deny it, the digestive system is our favorite system of the body. Why? Because it involves food of course.
Vitamin for Boosting your Immune System
Turmeric, in all honesty is not a vitamin, but it can certainly help to boost your immune system. Of course Turmeric is a herb and in recent years has become quite popular in the Spice Rack of modern day kitchens.
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