Friday, December 23, 2011
Angel Springs, the UK’s leading service provider of both bottled and mains-fed water coolers, is offering a no-obligation, seven-day free trial on its eco boiler range for businesses wanting to save on time and electricity bills when staff make hot drinks.
Rather than the standard office kettle – which takes minutes to boil, creates queues, and can end up being overfilled and wasting energy – eco boilers only use the exact amount of water needed to make hot drinks in the office. They provide hot water on demand – and can instantly heat up to 156 cups per hour.
Angel Springs’ innovative eco boilers take cold water directly from the mains, pass it through BRITA Filtration technology then boil it to around 100°C using fast, efficient heating elements.
Eco boilers instantly heat the amount of water necessary to fill a cup – whether staff are filling up a single mug or fetching a round of hot drinks – so no electricity is wasted by boiling more water than is needed. Eco boilers also use far less power than traditional appliances.
“Eco boilers are a great addition for any office kitchen or catering environment,” explains John Murphy, commercial director of Angel Springs. “The boilers only use the amount of water needed, so businesses save on electricity bills, and it’s environmentally friendly, because there’s no waste.
“Staff can make a hot drink immediately and return to their desks, so businesses also save a lot of time.
“By taking a no-obligation, seven-day free trial, businesses can discover for themselves just how good our eco boilers are – both in terms of efficiency and cost-savings, and in terms of making a great-tasting drink!”
Customers who sign up for a seven-day free trial in December, and decide they wish to take an Angel Springs eco boiler, can get one installed for January.
It’s a great way to be more environmentally friendly, save time and costs, and start 2012’s New Year resolutions in earnest.
Notes to editors:
Angel Springs is the longest-running water cooler company in the UK, supplying customers with fresh spring water, water coolers and water boilers for 21 years. The company employs 180 staff and is committed to working and developing successful relationships with local community groups, charities and businesses across the UK.
Can a box of chocolates actually be good for us?
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
When we flood our cells with excess sugar, metabolic byproducts called advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs) can form. An AGE called glucosepane is believed to contribute to toughened, hardened collagen, which causes skin to be less flexible and supple as we age.
The best protection against excess glucosepane is to regularly consume small amounts of foods with a low glycemic index, like whole grains, leafy greens, and other fiber-rich fruits and vegetables. However, when Grandma is hovering over you, begging you to take seconds (or thirds) of her famous cornbread, it’s hard to say no. Here are a few ways to minimize the damage.
1. Slow-Cook Your Meals
Slow-cooked meals are prepared at lower temperatures than those from a stove or microwave. Lower temps result in less sugar released, so your body doesn’t produce as many AGEs during digestion.
What’s more, in a 2006 study by the American Botanical Council, vegetables were found to retain 80% of their raw antioxidant capacity when steamed, but just 30% when boiled, on average. So less cooking = more antioxidant protection and fewer AGEs—and a younger-looking you!
2. Avoid Sugary Glazes
Corn or maple syrup glazes contain high levels of sugar, which in turn increases blood sugar levels. Logically, the more blood sugar you have, the more sugar molecules you have forming AGEs.
3. Avoid White Bread and Pasta
According to an article by the Harvard School of Public Health, foods with a high glycemic index (like white bread) cause rapid spikes in blood sugar, while foods with a low glycemic index (like whole oats) are digested more slowly, causing a lower and gentler change in blood sugar.
4. Increase Antioxidant Levels with Colorful Veggies
Antioxidants combat free radical formation and even help to correct some already-produced damage to the skin. In the previously mentioned 2006 study, the oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) scores of twenty-seven vegetables were compared, and artichokes, beetroot, cabbage, broccoli, red chicory, red chili, and yellow pepper had the highest scores, thus the highest antioxidant potential.
5. Pile on the Herbs and Spices
Out of fifteen featured herbs and six spices tested, garden sage, marjoram, rosemary, thyme, cumin, lemon balm, and fresh ginger were found to have the highest ORAC scores. What’s more, salad dressings containing as little as 1.5 percent lemon balm or marjoram were found to increase antioxidant capacity by 150 percent and 200 percent, respectively. What a way to make a super-healthy dish even more beneficial!
6. Drink Green Tea
Green tea has been found to provide many beneficial effects for the skin, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and photoprotective properties. Although a study in the Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics green tea’s real anti-AGE superpower is in the heart, drinking green tea has still been proven in numerous independent scientific studies to be highly beneficial for your skin.
7. Drink Red Wine—But Just a Little
There is proof that red wine, grapes, plums, peanuts, and other plant products containing resveratrol may promote the activity of sirtuins, agents that are currently suspected to prolong the life of collagen-producing cells. However, the amount of resveratrol necessary to provide anti-aging effects hasn’t been pinpointed, and too much alcohol causes inflammation and dilates capillaries, so stick to one glass per day.
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Poly phenols, compounds found in this sort of tea, are known powerful antioxidants, known to curb premature maturing. By reducing the
Recorded studies have confirmed that having green tea at least two times daily enhances and retains skin flexibility, safeguarding it from becoming dry and flaky and helps keep skin elastic.Genuine Detoxifier
Green tea can help remove the negative effects of smoking and oily meals ingestion. Cigarette smoking and normal greasy food consumption also lead to premature aging of the entire body, including the skin. By removing these harmful toxins, it prevents rapid aging, hypertension, as well as reduces chances of acquiring heart disease.
Green Tea Wrecks Bacteria
Skin products with green tea extract have already been known to destroy bacteria seen on dermis. This ability was discovered after research shows that normal tea consumption resulted in less oral cavities as it damages the bacteria that causes plaque.
Green Tea Lessens Inflammation Considerably
Many forms of swelling can result in swelling and discoloration of the skin. By reducing the chances of inflammation significantly, it prevents the unsightly bumps and discoloration that appear on the inflamed areas.>
Green Tea Helps Fight AllergiesExternal manifestations of some allergies include discoloration and itchy rashes on the skin. It deals with the allergies from within the body, eliminating the chance of external symptoms on the skin.
Green Tea Eliminates AcneBy helping reduce fatty deposits in body and at the same time helping the body fight bacteria, green tea reduces and prevents the development of acne.cult to imagine the lengths people go to for great, young-looking skin.
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Saturday, December 10, 2011
Dark chocolate has a high level of antioxidants, called flavonoids, from the cocoa bean, but the popular milk chocolate variety unfortunately lacks this. In order to get the true health benefits, we need to be reaching for a chocolate that contains at least 70 per cent cocoa. The higher the percentage, the greater the concentration of antioxidants, but it also tends to get more bitter.
Testing has estimated that dark chocolate contains eight times the amount flavonoids antioxidants compared to strawberries. So why not get the best of both worlds, and have strawberries dipped in dark chocolate at your next party?
Chocolate has been garnering quite a bit of accolades lately and is being promoted as a true decadent food full of antioxidants that can help us find the fountain of youth. The studies surrounding dark chocolate are very promising. Help lower our bad cholesterol, while boosting our good cholesterol values, and even trimming some points off our blood-pressure readings.
Other studies have even reported chocolate to improve blood vessel flow, especially in older adults, and may even help improve blood sugar and insulin sensitivity.
Impressive. And if you just read the headlines, you probably are already halfway through that box. But unfortunately not all chocolate is the same, and the creamy milk chocolate often found wrapped in those boxes often fails to offer the potent benefits of its darker, bittersweet counterpart.
Another relevant factor is that the studies conducted were often based on very small test samples. One study indicated that people who had a diet rich in flavonoid-rich cocoa powder had slightly higher HDL-cholesterol, which is the great cleaner variety. But once you looked closer, the study was only based on 23 subjects. Not exactly the ideal study, but it was significant enough to garner headlines and was a marketer's dream.
The other factor to consider is quantity. Chocolate, mainly the milk chocolate variety, can have several addictive qualities and one little candy can lead some into temptation. The milk chocolate variety not only lacks the medicinal health benefits, but it is also laden with calories, fat and sugar. Some may even contain trans fats which we ideally want completely eliminated from our diet. Not even a little.
These are more often found in the cheaper varitities since it helps stabilize and preserve the fat. So choose wisely.
Maybe you prefer a hot mug of cocoa. But which version is actually better for you? Should you grab the box from the cupboard and make the instant variety with water, or make the old-fashioned recipe with real milk, sugar and cocoa?
When you actually look at the nutritional comparisons, you may be pleased to know that not only can the real traditional hot cocoa taste better, but is also preferred nutritionally. It offers similar calories, but tends to be lower in sugar, void of additives and preservatives, while offering our body some calcium, protein, and some flavonoids if you use the real cocoa.
Although it is only on your taste buds for a matter of seconds, chocolate can have a lingering affect.
The creamy texture can be alluring, and then our brain notices a sudden jolt in blood sugar level, and an endorphin rush which can be enticing.
But it is too short-lived. That is why some people say "one is too much, and two is never enough."
So while chocolate may offer us some interesting longterm health benefits, it is wise to choose the dark 70 per cent cocoa variety, and be careful when you have it, if you are tempted to have more than a mouthful.
Catherine McCain, RD, BSc, MBA is a consulting dietitian in private practice at 340 Brunswick St. She can be reached at 457-2722.
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Monday, December 5, 2011
London: A daily supplement derived from marigolds may prevent millions of people from losing their eyesight from age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
The potential pill, which could help many people from becoming blind due to AMD, contains three antioxidants vital to keeping the eyes healthy but not all are readily available through a normal diet. Susan Bowers, an optometrist from Coventry, said the supplement, Macu-Shield, has improved the sight of hundreds of her patients.
“I really believe this will help stop people going blind from this disease,” the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
Half a million people in Britain suffer from AMD, which causes blurring of the central vision, leaving victims unable to recog- nise faces, read or drive.
Striking after the age of 50, AMD can lead to total blindness, with about 90 percent of cases proving untreatable.
Janet Terron, 64, of Kinver, Staffs, started taking the supplement when she was diagnosed two years ago. Her mother has AMD and her grand- father lost his sight.
“The difference is fantastic,” Terron said.
A yellow pigment at the back of the eye, which can decrease as people age, is thought to protect against AMD.
Brooke Bond launches three variants of green tea rich in anti-oxidants
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Win the warBy Leslie Barrie
From Health magazine
Aim for five to nine daily servings of all kinds of fruits and vegetables—especially these six superstars.
Helps fight: breast, liver, lung, prostate, skin, stomach, and bladder cancers
Your Rx: The more broccoli, the better, research suggests—so add it wherever you can, from salads to omelets to the top of your pizza.
Berriesberries are packed with cancer-fighting phytonutrients. But black raspberries, in particular, contain very high concentrations of phytochemicals called anthocyanins, which slow down the growth of premalignant cells and keep new blood vessels from forming (and potentially feeding a cancerous tumor), according to Gary D. Stoner, PhD, a professor of internal medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
Helps fight: colon, esophageal, oral, and skin cancers
Your Rx: Stoner uses a concentrated berry powder in his studies but says a half-cup serving of berries a day may help your health, too.
Helps fight: endometrial, lung, prostate, and stomach cancers
Your Rx: The biggest benefits come from cooked tomatoes (think pasta sauce!), since the heating process increases the amount of lycopene your body is able to absorb.
Helps fight: breast and prostate cancers
Your Rx: Munching on an ounce of walnuts a day may yield the best benefits, Hardman's research found.
Garlicgarlic have been found to halt the formation of nitrosamines, carcinogens formed in the stomach (and in the intestines, in certain conditions) when you consume nitrates, a common food preservative, Béliveau says. In fact, the Iowa Women's Health Study found that women with the highest amounts of garlic in their diets had a 50 percent lower risk of certain colon cancers than women who ate the least.
Helps fight: breast, colon, esophageal, and stomach cancers
Your Rx: Chop a clove of fresh, crushed garlic (crushing helps release beneficial enzymes), and sprinkle it into that lycopene-rich tomato sauce while it simmers.
Beansbeans significantly reduced colon cancer incidence in rats, in part because a diet rich in the legumes increased levels of the fatty acid butyrate, which in high concentrations has protective effects against cancer growth. Another study, in the journal Crop Science, found dried beans particularly effective in preventing breast cancer in rats.
Helps fight: breast and colon cancers
Your Rx: Add a serving—a half-cup—of legumes a few times a week (either from a can or dry beans that've been soaked and cooked) to your usual rotation of greens or other veggies.
What not to eat: Animal fats
Animal fats: Meat, cheese, and butter can be rich in saturated fat, which has been linked to obesity—a big cancer predictor. Opt for leaner protein sources, such as fish, low-fat dairy, and those good-for-you beans.
What not to eat: Processed meats
What not to drink: Excessive alcohol
Orion Therapeutics Debuts Breakthrough Antioxidant Cantavita
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
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Pandas snack on bamboo, which contains an element that can prevent cancer.
The world’s most expensive cup of tea is packed with cancer-fighting elements, but it’s not without a stomach-turning catch — the tea leaves get a boost from panda feces.
Wildlife expert An Yashi is launching the special blend of green tea, which could cost up to $36,000 per pound, Australia’s SBC.com reported.
Yashi, a college lecturer at Sinchuan University, said using panda excrement to fertilize the tea plants has a health-promoting upside because it contains nutrients from one of the bear’s favorite meals — bamboo.
“Pandas have a very poor digestive system and only absorb about 30 percent of everything they eat: that means their excrement is rich in fibers and nutrients,” said Yashi, noting that those nutrients make their way into the tea through the fertilization process.
“Just like green tea, bamboo contains an element that can prevent cancer — and enhance green tea’s anti-cancer effects — if it is used as fertilizer for the tea.”
Yashi, who collects the dung at a panda breeding center in southern China, said he hopes the tea will snag him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records once it’s released.
But he’s not the first to use feces to fertilize tea plants. Kopi Luwak, the world’s most expensive coffee, is made from droppings of the Indonesian civet cat.
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Rich in anti-oxidants, the variants offer a refreshing treat for health-conscious tea drinkers. The honey lemon version is a delicate and light refreshing green tea with a dash of honey and a juicy lemon flavour. The earl grey tea is an invigorating green tea blend with the extract of the bergamot orange fruit and Darjeeling tea is a classic variant with long Darjeeling leaves and a delicate aroma that is sure to overwhelm one’s senses.
Considering the growing health consciousness amongst consumers in India, the company launched green tea to offer tea aficionados a healthy drink in the hot beverage segment. The tea has been carefully selected from the finest gardens providing quality blends with a superior taste.
Commenting on the launch Arun Srinivas, category head, beverages, HUL said, “We seek to constantly engage our consumers with new and innovative products to cater to their changing lifestyles and needs. We at Brooke Bond Taj Mahal are expanding our product portfolio and in line with this are targeting the health and wellness market with the latest range of our offering - Taj Mahal Green Tea.”
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Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Orion Therapeutics Debuts Breakthrough Antioxidant Cantavita
Orion Therapeutics, LLC, a Michigan-based biotech company, has introduced Cantavita ®, the first time-release “ultra” antioxidant dietary supplement.
FIRST TIME-RELEASE ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENT - Frederick A. Valeriote, Ph.D., chief scientific officer of Orion Therapeutics, LLC, shown in his laboratory, conducted a six-year research study in the development of Cantavita, the first time-release "ultra" antioxidant dietary supplement. (Photo: Business Wire)
A tablet taken twice daily, Cantavita neutralizes the five major forms of health-damaging free radicals that have been linked to many serious diseases. Many research studies have concluded that elimination of free radicals modulates and maintains healthy cells, tissue and body fluids. Orion Therapeutics believes that Cantavita, a nutraceutical dietary product, will improve general health, wellness and energy levels.
Brunswick Laboratories of Southborough, Massachusetts and Knight Scientific Limited in Plymouth, England have independently verified Cantavita’s industry-leading antioxidant test scores. Manufacturing is done in a current Good Manufacturing Procedures compliant facility in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
“Cantavita is a breakthrough product among dietary supplements,” explained Frederick A. Valeriote, Ph.D., chief scientific officer of Orion Therapeutics as well as CEO of 21st Century Therapeutics, a biomedical research firm in Ferndale, Michigan. “Studies show antioxidants are most effective when continuously present in the body,” he said. Cantavita’s time-release formulation maintains a healthy level of antioxidants, providing users with around-the-clock protection.”
“Free radicals are continuously challenging your body,” Valeriote noted. “Cantavita’s unique time-release properties provide an ongoing defense against them.”
“At present Cantavita is not targeted to help any particular disease, but we are discussing clinical trials for cancer with medical oncologists in several countries,” he said.
Cantavita was developed following a six-year research study and the awarding of a U.S. patent in 2009. It’s tablet form and two-per-day regimen makes it convenient, tasteless and low-cost. A single dose costs less than a cup of coffee.
Available from www.cantavita.com, anyone interested can subscribe to Cantavita’s email newsletter from the home page.
About Orion Therapeutics, LLC
Orion Therapeutics is a Troy, Michigan-based biotech company with a mission to discover, develop and commercialize novel products derived from neutraceutical and food supplement materials to improve human health. Visit www.oriontherapeutics.com.
These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Serbian doctors discover that strawberries protect against ulcer and cancerEnjoy the Rich Flavor of Antioxidant Coffee
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
You probably know antioxidants are good for your well-being. If you've looked for foods and nutritional supplements that contain them and had trouble finding any, you're not alone. It can be tough to track them down, much less to know what they are.
Basically, an antioxidant is any compound that prevents oxidative damage in your body, typically by absorbing highly charged ions called free radicals.
Here are some of the most important, antioxidant-delivering vitamins and nutrients to look for in the herbal supplements and multivitamins you buy:
- Vitamin C: This compound is important for boosting immunity and helping your cells grow and divide. What you may not know, though, is that it is also a powerful antioxidant. Both the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) and the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) recommend consuming plenty of it each day.
- Vitamin E: Found in nuts, sunflower oil, wheat germ, spinach and other kinds of produce, vitamin E can help prevent oxidative damage, the ODS states.
- Quercetin: This is a compound that gives certain fruits and vegetables their color. It can also be found in dietary supplements.
- Selenium: This element is an antioxidant, too. Most vitamin supplements contain some selenium.
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Enjoy the Rich Flavor of Antioxidant Coffee
Monday, November 7, 2011
Q: I wanted to know if coffee or tea is better for you?
A: For this question, we turned to Chris Kilham, Medicine Hunter. Here’s what he had to say.
For centuries, coffee has been praised for its invigorating properties. And it is truly healthy for you. Coffee stimulates the flow of blood in the brain and decreases mental fatigue. It rouses the mental faculties.
However, when comparing coffee and tea – and which one is healthier – it all depends.
For the most part, coffee is healthier for you. The majority of people who drink tea, drink it black, and there’s no question that naturally occurring compounds in coffee are exceptionally good for you. And here's why:
Two large cups of coffee, or 300 milligrams of caffeine per day, can improve a negative mood. Drinking coffee appears to reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease – coffee drinkers have about three to six times lower risk of developing the disease compared to non-coffee drinkers. The reduction risk improves as consumption increases from four ounces to 24 ounces per day.
Research into the chemical properties of coffee show that a cup of Joe contains potent, protective antioxidants, which inhibit the rusting of cells in our bodies. Oxidative damage is associated with diabetes, arthritis and cancer, among many other health issues, and antioxidants are helpful in reducing the risk of some diseases and cell life.
Coffee is especially high in one group of antioxidants, flavonoids. These compounds exhibit protective power against cardiovascular disease by reducing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, or the ‘bad’ cholesterol. So, coffee protects against heart attacks and strokes.
It is known that coffee stimulates bowel activity, but it also reduces the risk of digestive disorders – like gallstones and cirrhosis of the liver. More impressively, coffee has a protective effect against colon and rectal cancers.
And coffee is even safe for pregnant women. There is no increased risk of miscarriage as a result of moderate coffee drinking, and there is no known association with delayed fetal growth or increased rates of birth defects.
But if you’re drinking green tea, which is simply tea that hasn’t been fermented, then I would probably have to say that green tea is the healthier drink. It’s rich in flavenols, which are lost when the tea is fermented.
The bottom line: If you’re talking about coffee and black tea, coffee is the healthier choice. If you’re a green tea drinker, green tea is the healthier choice.
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Based in United States, Antioxidant Café offers refreshing, delicious and flavorful coffee that contains six times more health benefits. The striking feature of the coffee is that it made by 100% handpicked Arabica beans and contains six times more antioxidants (i.e., polyphenols) compared to any other premium brand of coffee available in the market.
The antioxidants present in the coffee beans are always lost with the traditional roasting process but with our triply patented roasting techniques, all the antioxidants present in the coffee beans are always retained and offers plethora of health benefit to the consumers. The benefits of consuming antioxidant coffee are,
• It helps against various diseases like Parkinson's, Cancer, Heart diseases, Alzheimer, Cell damage, Ageing and DNA damage.
• The consumption of coffee is also helpful in maintaining healthy heart, minimizing neurological disorders, reducing diabetes, fighting with free radicals, increasing stamina and energy and preventing protein, DNA and LDL oxidation.
The antioxidants present in the Arabica beans are Polyphenols and these are further divided into various types like flavonoids, flavinols, anthocyanins, and phenolic acids. The scientists of Antioxidant Café had spent 7 years in inventing the roasting technique that is helpful in preserving all the antioxidants present in the coffee beans.
• The regular consumption of antioxidant coffee provides plethora of health benefits like increase in memory performance, increase in attention, decrease in risk of heart diseases, increase in intraocular performance, increase in muscular recovery, increase in physical performance, and decrease in the risk of liver diseases.
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Antioxidant Juices: Which Packs the Most Punch?
Friday, October 28, 2011
Strawberries protect stomach mucous from damage caused by alcohol in high concentration, the latest study that four Serbian doctors worked on together with their colleagues from Italy and Spain showed. The study has been publicized recently in a reputable international journal ‘Plos ONE.’
‘Strawberries contain powerful antioxidants thus preventing stomach mucous damages caused by free radicals. We proved that antioxidants from strawberries prevent lipid peroxidation’, Doctor Dragana Dekanski, study co-author explains for ‘Blic’ She is doing medical research with the ‘Galenika’.
She says that experiments were performed on laboratory animals, rats, which were given 40 milligrams per kilo of strawberry extract what is equivalent to daily consume of this fruit by a human being of half a kilo. The rats were given the extract during ten days and after that period they were given alcohol of large concentration.
Results of the research showed that the degree of stomach mucous damage of the animals that were given strawberries was far less than with those that were not given the extract’, Doctor Dekanski says.
‘Apart from alcohol stomach mucous can be damaged by numerous medical drugs such as aspirin and other non steroidal antirheumatic drugs. Strong stress can also cause damage. Damage mucous can result in numerous diseases such as ulcer, gastritis or even cancer of the stomach. Consume of strawberries prevents or delays appearance of those diseases. It is important, however, what strawberries are being taken. The best are those with high level of anthocyanin’, Doctor Dekanski says.
Research co-author Italian Professor Maurizio Battino says that the research was actually aimed to reveal molecules protecting stomach mucous from harmful effect of various agenses.
Guavas are the 'ultimate superfood'
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Over the last two weeks, the Internet has been buzzing about a controversial and powerful online event that is starting on October 25th, 2011.
The topic - natural and integrative cancer techniques - has never quite been explored in the way it will be during the event.
For 5 nights, Kevin Gianni - health author, organizer and host - has asked 9 of the top natural cancer doctors and researchers to share what they're doing in their clinics throughout the world that they say can help prevent or even treat cancer.
During the program attendees will...
- Find out what therapies these doctors and experts are using that they say can prevent and even treat cancers naturally.
- Discover herbs and supplements that are scientifically known to prevent cancer.
- Discover scientific and documented proof that natural cancer treatments work.
- Learn how to detoxify and cleanse the body naturally... and safely.
- And much more.
This group of experts that is presenting is a who's who of doctors, nutritionists, advocates and survivors that will share their science, research and stories to share the options that are available that you may never have heard about.
Some of the 9 experts include Dr. Nicolas Gonzalez, Dr. Francisco Contreras, Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy, Dr. Thomas Lodi, Charlotte Gerson, Mike Adams, Burton Goldberg, and more. Combined, this group has had decades of experience working with cancer patients in their clinics.
Like I said in the beginning of this message, the event start on October 25th, 2011, so now is the time to sign up. The event is free and if you can watch a YouTube video or listen to an MP3, you will be able to be a part of it.
To register now, all you have to do is visit this page here...
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Also, the event is free, but if you'd like to have the recordings of this event in your own library there is a special option for you to purchase the downloads once you sign up.
When you register now, you'll also get 3 special bonuses delivered to you right away.
The event registration is open until October 25th, but be sure to register early and you'll get three special bonus gifts that you can access right away while you're waiting for the kickoff.
Antioxidant Juices: Which Packs the Most Punch?
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
You can lower your risk for breast cancer by reaching for the right foods, according to five new studies.
"A woman can cut her chance of cancer by as much as two-thirds with good nutrition and weight management," says Cheryl L. Rock, Ph.D., R.D., professor of family and preventive medicine at the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine. "Even a woman who carries the BRCA1 or 2 gene (two genetic mutations that boost a woman's risk) can reduce her risk."
Fill your diet with lean protein and plentiful produce — to help keep your weight in check and provide cancer-fighting compounds. Good choices:
Taking fish-oil supplements for at least 10 years can shrink your risk of ductal carcinoma, the most common type of breast cancer, according to a study in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention. It's thought that the omega-3 fats in fish oil reduce inflammation, which may contribute to breast cancer. But you can skip the supplement aisle, say researchers, and eat about eight ounces of oily fish (salmon, sardines, tuna) a week.
2. Olive Oil
Here's another reason to reach for extra- virgin olive oil: When researchers in Barcelona gave rats with breast cancer a diet in which fat came predominantly from extra-virgin olive oil (vs. corn oil), they found that the olive oil's antioxidants and oleic acid (a mono- unsaturated fat) quelled the growth of malignant cells.
Sulforaphane, a compound in broccoli, reduced the number of breast cancer stem cells (which cause cancer spread and recurrence) in mice, according to research from the University of Michigan. Eating broccoli may not deliver enough sulforaphane to achieve the same effect, but to get the most you can, eat your broccoli raw or briefly steam or stir-fry the green florets. (Boiling destroys some of the sulforaphane.)
University of Missouri scientists found that this herb can actually inhibit cancer-cell growth. Animals that were given apigenin, a compound abundant in parsley (and in celery), boosted their resistance to developing cancerous tumors. Experts recommend adding a couple pinches of minced fresh parsley to your dishes daily.
Drinking about two 12-ounce coffees a day may lower your risk of an aggressive form of breast cancer, says a May 2011 study in Breast Cancer Research.
"One possibility is that coffee's antioxidants protect cells from damage that can lead to cancer," says study author Jingmei Li, Ph.D. More research is needed, so don't up your intake based on these figures just yet.
(EatingWell is a magazine and website devoted to healthy eating as a way of life. Online at http://www.eatingwell.com.)
Antioxidant Juices: Which Packs the Most Punch?
Saturday, October 15, 2011
A new study led by an Indian origin researcher has found that guavas are the 'ultimate superfood' with the highest concentration of antioxidants that protect against cell damage which ages skin and can cause cancer.
A series of tests conducted on Indian fruits, including Himalayan apples and pomegranates, bananas from the south and grapes from Maharashtra, found that the guava, the poor man's fruit in India, has the highest concentration of antioxidants as compared to all the other fruits.
According to scientists from India's National Institute in Hyderabad, the Indian plum, the custard apple and India's beloved mangoes, come after guavas in antioxidant richness.
The study found that while there is a presence of antioxidant concentrations of just under 500 milligrams per 100 grams in guavas, 330mg in plums and 135mg in pomegranates, apples have a quarter of the antioxidants in guavas and bananas merely have a tiny fraction with 30 mg per 100 grams.
Watermelons and pineapples were found to offer the least protection for the body's fight against free radicals, which can cause cell damage, whereas mangoes, despite a high fructose content, have 170 mg of antioxidants, which is more than three times that of papaya, and grapes were found to be three times more beneficial to the body than oranges.
"Guava is a rich source of antioxidants, a rich source of fibre. It's a poor mans fruit because they're quite cheap. A guava a day keeps a doctor away," the Telegraph quoted Dr Sreeramulu as saying.
The study will be published in the Food Research International journal.
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Intensive study on the effects of antioxidants has shown that these compounds can help rid the body of free radicals, which may come from unhealthy processed foods or environmental contaminants. These free radicals contribute to aging and cellular degeneration, which is why antioxidants can be important ingredients in maintaining a person’s health and vitality.
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Antioxidants can also help increase the body’s immunity against deadly diseases such as heart ailments, asthma, and cancer. Moreover, they can keep your body working at optimal levels, potentially combating degenerative conditions such as diabetes, dementia, and eye diseases.
Foods rich in antioxidants include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and fish oil. Common antioxidants available in foods include vitamins A, C and E, which can be found in carrots, pumpkin, orange and other citrus fruits, and green leafy vegetables. Among the best foods for antioxidant content are fruits and fruit juices that have deep, dark colors, such as grapes and berries.
One particular berry, the acai berry, contains one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants of all foods. Native to Central and South America, acai not only contains antioxidants but also protein, omega fats, electrolytes, and amino acids.
For its array of healthy components, acai berry has been dubbed the wonder berry of the century. For example, the proteins in acai help boost growth, stamina, and cell regeneration. Its omega fats also have the ability to regulate cholesterol level, thus fighting heart disease and stroke. Electrolytes in acai berries also help maintain proper fluid regulation, muscle operation, and nerve impulse transmission in the body.
Unfortunately, the average person needs to consume oranges, grapes, vegetables, and other antioxidant-rich foods in large amounts in order to acquire the full benefits from antioxidants. However, there is a way to enjoy a large quantity of antioxidants in a simple and convenient form – Monavie.
This unique antioxidant supplement is formulated in several blends, all having one common ingredient, acai berry. In addition to acai berry, Monavie includes antioxidants from 18 other nutrient-dense fruits such as orange, grape, banana, blueberry, and cranberry. It is also fortified with Vitamins A, C, E, and B complex. You only need to consume a convenient dose of just two ounces of liquid per day to benefit from its array of antioxidants. This combined with a proper diet and exercise allows you to enjoy a healthier lifestyle using the power of antioxidants.
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It starts with a needle and ends with relief.
That's the intent as Dr. Dawn Flickema treats Evelyn Bultsma at Avera McKennan's Prairie Center. Bultsma has chronic pain in her left foot and a ringing in her ears that's annoyed her most of her 62 years.
Relief on Friday would come by acupuncture, an ancient art making a modern comeback. Flickema pushed a needle into the outer side of Bultsma's right leg at the knee. She pushed in a second nearby, two more at the ankle and four on the inner leg. She did the same on the left leg, then put needles into each hand and shoulder, and finally, needle 21, in the top of Bultsma's head.
"Sometimes they hurt. Sometimes I barely feel it," Bultsma said before dropping into a 20-minute nap.
Flickema, a graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Medicine, has practiced family medicine in Sioux Falls for 14 years. She didn't think much of acupuncture until her own back pain made her a believer. She went back to school and began offering the treatment a year ago. Now it's half her workload, with perhaps 100 patients today seeking treatment from her. She devotes two days a week to it at the Prairie Center.
"People are looking for alternatives other than prescription medicine to treat chronic problems, diseases and conditions," she said.
Acupuncture doesn't replace traditional medicine, which is most of Flickema's work at McGreevy Clinic. Nor does it solve conditions such as fibromyalgia, though it might help.
The practice rests on the thought that healing emanates outward from the central nervous system. Whereas traditional Western medicine addresses a specific area of the body, such as a sore shoulder, acupuncture uses needles to tap pressure points nowhere near the source of pain.
Flickema uses a needle that is 4 inches long and about as skinny as a strand of hair. She sticks it about a half-inch deep into the flesh, then twists it to access a peripheral nerve.
"I can tell when I'm there. You can feel the resistance," she said.
The needles go in along a system of 12 meridians that trace to Chinese thinking. The meridians run vertically, head to toe and in both arms. Tapping the meridians allows communication in the nervous system to stimulate pain relief.
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Newswise — FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – University of Arkansas researchers are taking grape skins left from making wine and juice and using “green” processes to extract powerful antioxidants that can be used in health products.
“The goal is to get a value-added food supplement product,” said Jerry King, professor of chemical engineering at the University of Arkansas. Beverages such as grape juice and wine contain natural antioxidants, which have anti-inflammatory properties when ingested. However, while juices and wine contain some of the antioxidants, up to 50 percent remain in the waste material left behind when the skins, stems and seeds get filtered away. “These are valuable components that don’t go into the juice or wine,” King said.
Grape waste means business: The United States generates about 15 million tons of grape waste each year, and most of it currently ends up as compost or animal feed. Extracting products with potential health benefits from the waste has commercial interest.
However, traditional extraction methods use organic solvents, which can be expensive, toxic and difficult to dispose. King and his colleague, food science professor Luke Howard, received $350,000 over four years from the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of an interdepartmental collaboration to employ a method using pressurized water to extract the antioxidants. For the past four years, they have worked with graduate students Jeana Monrad and Keerthi Srinivas to optimize these extraction methods using a technique called subcritical water processing.
To do this, scientists heat the water under pressure, which allows it to remain liquid at high temperatures and act as an extraction solvent. They also used organic acids to isolate certain types of antioxidants.
The researchers faced several challenges with this method, because natural antioxidants can break down at high temperatures. They developed a process of continuous extraction that allows for high flow rates to minimize antioxidant degradation and maximize their breakdown.
The researchers created an extraction method that not only increases the efficiency of extraction over ethanol alone, but also produces antioxidant compounds that are smaller in size, which are more effectively adsorbed by the body.
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Green Tea’s EGCG Boosts Immunity, Fights Inflammation
Sunday, September 4, 2011
Keeping the mind active and the brain healthy is one of the most important aspects of health in the older years of your life. Body degeneration is an active and constant process, but then the body also works just as actively and constantly to regenerate. This also applies to the brain. However, if the brain does not get the raw materials it requires, the regenerative process suffers.
There are certain things that the brain requires to stay healthy:
1. Brain-specific nutrition: The brain is literally made of ‘good’ fats – a lot of its nerve coverings are manufactured from good fats and oils. Physically, brain development is very rapid from the moment of birth to the age of two years. So a baby needs lots of good fats to ensure that it has the necessary supply of essential oils for brain development.
Good fats are also responsible for neurons and the entire nervous system. Good fats include unprocessed, unrefined oils from nuts and oil seeds. Seeds are a treasure trove of healthy minerals, B vitamins and folic acid. They are a naturally rich source of iron and zinc, and are also good sources of healthy protein.
Sesame seeds are an excellent source of calcium – particularly important during adolescence, childbirth and menopause. All seeds are a source of vitamin E. So eat almonds, walnuts, pine nuts, chilgoza, hazel nuts and pistachios. Add sunflower and flax seeds to the mix. Unhealthy oils and fats are transfats, over-processed and refined fats, deep fried and refried oils, adulterated oils and excess saturated fats.
Antioxidants are very important for the brain. This is because the brain is susceptible to tissue problems due to its high level of work and regeneration. Antioxidants ensure that the brain has enough cleansing and detoxifying agents to keep it clean and healthy. Good antioxidants for the brain are organic fruits and fresh vegetables, green tea (without milk and sugar) and some herbs.
Good proteins are just as important for brain development. These include sprouts of organic dals like mung, channa, lobhia, moth and so on. Tofu, soya milk and organic lean fish are good sources too. The brain requires a lot of carbs to function effectively. Starving makes the brain dull, but be warned – so does gluttony. Good carbs are fruits, dry fruits like dates, figs and raisins, whole grains like dalia, oats (not the instant variety), unpolished rice, barley, whole corn and millets.
2. Herbs that facilitate brain regeneration: These include yastimadhu (liquorice or licorice), guduchi, shankhapushpi, mandukaparni, chitrak root, brahmi, vacha, haritaki, kustha and shatavari.
3. Oxygen: Oxygen is vital for brain health. Aerobic exercise, pranayams, dancing, active playing… all of these contribute to lung expansion, thus ensuring that oxygen reaches the brain.
4. Mental exercise: Challenging, enjoyable problem-solving puzzles, learning new languages, learning a new skills… all this creates a very healthy and active brain.
5. Physical exercise: Physical exercise promotes blood circulation to the brain and helps the regenerative process.
6. The moderation of certain lifestyle hazards: Food and alcohol addictions, lack of sleep, too much anxiety, nicotine, over-medication and a sedentary lifestyle make us dull.
Brain health is a combination of all the factors above. Keeping your brain healthy also promotes overall health.
Know your brain
1. Your brain forms 2 per cent of your total body weight but uses 20 per cent of your body’s energy – enough to light a 25-watt bulb.
2. The brain uses glucose as fuel. When you work late, eat fruits and dried fruits like raisins, prunes, dates and apricots. They provide healthy sugar and minerals.
3. Alcohol weakens connections between neurons. Take multivitamins and detox the liver frequently if you drink alcohol regularly.
4. The brain produces 70,000 thoughts a day on an average.
5. Humans make new neurons throughout their lives in response to mental activity. So join hobby classes or a social welfare activity.
6. A study of one million students showed that students who ate lunches that did not include artificial flavours, preservatives and colours did 14 per cent better on IQ tests than students who ate lunches with these additives.
Kush Boys Say Green Tea in Chronic Ice “Hemp Iced Tea” is Good Medicine
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Green tea is a botanical that has been shown to protect people from many types of cancer, reduces inflammation, helps protect the liver, boosts metabolism and shows many other positive health benefits.
Second only to water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. China and India were among the first countries to grow tea. Main varieties of teas like green, black and oolong are processed differently. Green tea differs as it is made from unfermented leaves and contains the highest concentration of antioxidants called polyphenols.
We all know how important antioxidants are in our diet. They scavenge those nasty free radicals that alter cells and DNA. Some free radicals occur naturally in our body, but we are exposed to many environmental toxins such as radiation, cigarette smoke, air pollution and the sun.
The aging process and many diseases have shown to be impacted by free radicals. It only makes sense to do as much as we can to neutralize them and reduce or prevent the damage free radicals are capable of doing.
Green tea has been used as a medicine in China for more than 4,000 years. They used it to treat everything from depression to headaches. There have been many scientific studies conducted on humans and animals providing positive health benefits of drinking green tea.
Green tea is high in catechin polyphenols, especially epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). EGCG is an antioxidant that inhibits the growth of cancer cells without harming healthy tissue. Green tea is so high in EGCG because the leaves are steamed, which prevents this compound from being oxidized. Other teas such as black and oolong do not have this benefit because the EGCG is converted into other compounds due to the fermentation process. This high antioxidant level has also been shown to lower LDL cholesterol levels and decrease the chance of getting a blood clot. Blood clots are the leading cause of heart attacks and strokes.
You have probably heard that you should drink a glass of red wine every night because of its resveratrol effects. Resveratrol is also a polyphenol, but green tea contains a type of polyphenol that is twice as strong as resveratrol. So if you really don't like wine, green tea is much better for you in the long run.
Green tea has been reported to be helpful in rheumatoid arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It also seems to help prevent tooth decay and food poisoning because of its bacteria-destroying abilities.
Diabetes is so prevalent these days in children and adults because of the sugar laden diets and obesity levels. Green tea has been used to control blood sugar levels. Animal studies suggest that green tea may help prevent the development of Type 1 diabetes and slow the progression once it has developed. It may help to regulate glucose in the body.
Another healthful property of green tea besides its antioxidant effects include L-theanine, an amino acid that has calming effects on the nervous system.
Green tea can interact with medications and you should check with your physician to make sure it is safe to add to your regimen. Certain health problems such as kidney disorders, stomach ulcers, psychological disorders and heart problems can be aggravated by green tea.
Pregnant and breast-feeding women should also check with their doctor first before ingesting. Caffeine in green tea can be 30 to 60 mg in eight ounces of tea, compared to more than 100 mg of caffeine in eight ounces of coffee.
Although it's less, people sensitive to caffeine should opt for a decaffeinated variety. It still has the same benefits.
Dr. Linda Johnson is a naturopathic doctor based in Alamogordo. Contact her at 434-6400 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Obesity, Blood Pressure, Smoking May Shrink Your Brain
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
The Chinese have known the healing power of green tea for generations. Many believe that the unprocessed tea leaves can help to prevent or even cure many chronic diseases including heart disease, cancer and dementia.
Volumes of scientific evidence now provide compelling proof that the active polyphenol found in green tea (EGCG) has the power to increase the number of regulatory immune support T-cells. T-cells play a crucial role in the suppression of autoimmune diseases including the terminal condition ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). Research published in the journal Immunology Letters demonstrates that regular consumption of green tea can help your innate immune system to operate at peak efficiency to fight invading pathogens.
Green Tea Polyphenols Fight Autoimmune Disorders
Autoimmune diseases occur as the result of an imbalance in the immune system that results in the body mounting an attack against itself. Immune T-cells are critical in providing a defensive shield that can protect against cancer proliferation and a host of diseases where the body recognizes healthy cells and organs as foreign. T-cells also help to control systemic inflammation and can dampen the inappropriate response to normal cells seen in autoimmune conditions.
Scientists conducting this study found that EGCG found in green tea was responsible for a significantly higher number and frequency of regulatory T-cells found in the spleen and lymph nodes, helping to control the immune response. They found that EGCG did not directly affect the genetic DNA, but did influence gene expression that determines how the genetic material is switched on or off as a response to food consumption. Epigenetic regulation is a rapidly emerging science that explains the extensive health benefits seen with a natural diet.
EGCG From Green Tea Extinguishes Inflammatory Flames, Prevents Cancer Development
Emily Ho, associate professor and research author from the Oregon State University Department of Nutrition commented with reference to EGCG, “This appears to be a natural, plant-derived compound that can affect the number of regulatory T-cells, and in the process improve immune function.” Researchers found a dual role for green tea polyphenols include boosting T-cell production and fighting cellular inflammation. Both mechanisms are critical in fighting conditions exacerbated by chronic inflammation such as cancer and heart disease as well as autoimmune disorders.
Studies that involve regular consumption of naturally occurring foods and extracts are rapidly mounting to explain the importance of the foods we eat on our genetic health. Genes are expressed immediately following each meal and directly influence the progression of disease and the prevention of most chronic conditions.
Researchers conducting this study concluded, “Epigenetic regulation can be potentially exploited in generating suppressive regulatory T cells for therapeutic purposes, and is of significant clinical importance for the suppression of autoimmune diseases.” Although this study did not publish the dietary equivalent of green tea used to achieve their results, similar studies have recommended consuming 2 to 4 cups of green tea daily or 500 mg of a standardized EGCG extract for optimal health benefits.
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Kush Boys Worldwide say the public should take note of recent studies that indicate green tea, one of the key ingredients in Chronic Ice “Hemp Iced Tea,” has medicinal qualities—especially for fighting cancer. Consumption of green tea has been linked to lower blood pressure and cholesterol and lowering the occurrence of diabetes and the growth of cancer cells. Recent studies even indicate that the more green tea people drink, the better their health.
“Green tea contains antioxidants that can improve people’s overall health,” said Jamal Weathers, one of the Kush Boys. “It is often used to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, help people lose weight and even fight cancer.”
There are three main varieties of tea: green, black and oolong. The difference is in their processing. Green tea is made from unfermented leaves and contains the highest concentration of powerful antioxidants.
Antioxidants are substances that inhibit the formation of free radicals—those compounds in the body that alter cells, meddle with chromosomes, and contribute to the formation of cancer, blood clots, and atherosclerosis. Antioxidants in green tea neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause.
A recent study of 500 Japanese women with breast cancer found that increased green tea consumption reduced recurrence, and studies in China indicate that the more green tea participants drank, the lower their risk of developing stomach cancer, esophageal cancer, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer and colorectal cancer.
In addition, a recent analysis of 22 studies that probed the correlation between high tea consumption and reduced risk for lung cancer concluded that by increasing consumption of green tea by two cups a day, people can reduce the risk of developing lung cancer by 18%.
In a study that involved 500 Japanese men and women, researchers found that drinking at least four cups of green tea every day may be related to the reduced severity of coronary heart disease among the male participants. A Dutch study of more than 3,000 men and women found that the more tea consumed, the less severe the clogging of the heart's blood vessels, especially in women.
"We think it’s important for people to know that good choices in everyday food and beverages we consume can make a difference to their health,” said Yanovsky.
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Kush Boys Worldwide is a Los Angeles-based company committed to pursuing ventures that benefit a demographic they call the new-age pop culture. Current projects include the online animated series Master Kush; an eco-friendly clothing line for the urban demographic called Kush Couture Lifestyle Apparel (KCLA); an all-natural iced health tea made with hemp known as Chronic Ice; the natural male enhancement supplement Sir Rock; and Kush Boys Studios.
Kush Boys is now launching a number of lifestyle products, such as Chronic Ice and KCLA clothing, to satisfy the needs of a demographic they call the new-age pop culture.
Obesity, Blood Pressure, Smoking May Shrink Your Brain
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Obesity, smoking and other risk factors can actually cause your brain to shrink in middle-age, leading to mental decline later in life, a UC-Davis study found.
The study's authors gave 1,352 middle-aged participants brain scans over the course of decade, while also measuring their body mass and waist circumferance and giving them diabetes, blood pressure and cholesterol tests.
Participants who were obese at middle age had faster declines in tests of executive function, and also showed a drop in brain volume. Diabetes and smoking led to shrinkage in the hippocampus area of the brain. Researchers also noticed growth in vascular brain damage in those with high blood pressure and diabetes.
Catherine Roe, an assistant professor of neurology at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, said these results don't prove the risk factors caused brain shrinkage.
But, Roe said, "We know smoking and being overweight are bad for other parts of your health. This is just one more reason to get these things under control."
The study appeared Aug. 2 in Neurology. Dr. Charles DeCarli, the study's author, called the results "a no-brainer." He noted that the study focused on generally healthy participants, and didn't reflect the even larger health and obesity problems seen in certain areas and populations of the United States.
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