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DeLeon Cafe Weight Loss Coffee — Drink Our ‘Healthy Coffee’ Everyday

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Our product of the day is DeLeon Cafe Weight Loss Coffee.

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Yes, yes and yes we have a Weight Loss Coffee. It contains Ganoderma which is a Reishi Mushroom known as ‘the mushroom of immortality’.

For over 4000 years Reishi mushrooms (Ganoderma Lucidum) have been`recognized by Chinese medical professionals as a valuable remedy.` Its Chinese name Lingzhi, means “spiritual potency”. Reishi mushrooms are`regarded by the Chinese as the “Medicine of Kings”.

Reishi mushrooms have been traditionally recommended by Chinese and Japanese herbalists for insomnia due to their “sleep-promoting factor”.(1) Long-term use causes a significant promotion of slow wave sleep. Reishi mushrooms are recommende in China for a number of psychiatric and neurological afflictions, including cases involving the musclesanorexia, and debility following lengthy illnesses.(3)  In Japan, the dried “mycelium” of Reishi the root-like body that produces mushrooms has been found to be highly effective in the treatment of neuroses caused by “environmental stress”.(1)  In addition, in an eight-month study of Alzheimer’s disease, patients taking a Reishi mycelium    product demonstrated significant improvement.

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 In China, Reishi is used for its muscle relaxing and analgesic (pain-inhibiting) effects. In one study,  Reishi alleviated anxiety in 18 of 20 patients after four months’ use. It was concluded that the            mushroom has an essentially “calmative function”, but is neither a narcotic nor a hypnotic.

 For centuries, Reishi has been known as a cardiotonic herb. It was provided routinely to those with a “knotted and tight chest” symptoms consistent with both stress and/or coronary artery disease-related angina. Researchers in China found that Reishi improved the blood flow and lowered oxygen consumption in the heart muscle.(3) Similar results were also found by`Japanese scientists.(1,4 ) They found that Reishi contains ganoderic acids (which belong to a  group of natural substances called “triterpenes”) which lower high blood pressurelower cholesterol, and inhibit platelet aggregation (the clumping together of blood cells), which can lead to heart attacks and other circulation problems.

 As the “Medicine of Kings”, Reishi is widely used for different purposes. It is used for symptomatic relief of arthritis and of menopausal anxiety. It is also used in treating allergic asthma, hypertensionhypothyroidismbronchitisinsomniageneral anxiety and stress, and  cardiovascular problems. Reishi also is often the main ingredient in herbal formulas for immune dysfunction syndromes, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.  

Ganoderma is a adaptogen that works directly on every cell in the human body. It also contains Garcinia Cambogia which prevents fat storage, and control appetite.Ganoderma can be used as a supplement during chemotherapy or radiotherapy to reduce side-effects such as fatigue, loss of appetite, hair loss, bone marrow suppression and risk of  infection. It can also reduce the toxic and side effects and mitigate the pains during chemotherapy and radiotherapy, in particular to cancer patients at terminal stages for prolonging their lives and improving their living quality.

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To put it simple, Ganoderma Lucidum has 10 health effects, which can be found at “Ganoderma lucidum key effects”

1. Effect on Tumor

2. Liver Protection & Detoxification

3. Effect on Cardiovascular

4. Aging Prevention

5. Effect on Neurasthenia

6. Effect on Hypertension

7. Treament of Diabetes

8. Effect on Chronic Bronchitis & Bronchus Asthma

9. Effect on Hyper Susceptibility

10. Effect on Beauty Care

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The right amount of coffee will help maintain a good health.

 1. Coffee is the source of antioxidants in diet

While fruits and veggies are still the richest sources of antioxidants, it turns out that for Americans, coffee is the main basis of antioxidant consumption (according to the Institute of Coffee Studies at Vanderbilt University). Black tea and bananas came in second and third place, respectively. Surprisingly, both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee provide similar amounts of antioxidants.

2. Coffee increases your metabolism

Studies also show that coffee is very beneficial in terms of weight loss. It is a common misconception that coffee is an appetite suppressant, however, your morning cup can significantly speed up metabolism by about 10 percent.

3. Coffee can improve short-term memory

According to studies published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, caffeine is a cognitive stimulant that actually boosts brain functioning. Furthermore, coffee reduces levels of beta amyloid, a protein in the brain that is responsible for Alzheimer’s disease.

 4. Coffee is actually good for your teeth

We all know that one of the biggest cons of drinking coffee is a stained smile, but  the beverage can also have a positive effect on teeth. According to a 2009 article published in the Wall Street Journal, people who drink coffee are less likely to have cavities. Roasted coffee beans have antibacterial effects against microorganisms like Streptococcus, which play a hand in causing tooth decay.

 5. Coffee can help prevent/stop headaches

Have you ever wondered why caffeine is one of the main ingredients in migraine medication like Excedrin Migraine? WebMD explains that blood vessels increase in size during a migraine– caffeine works to decrease the size of blood vessels before they can affect nerves in the brain. So, drinking coffee in the early stages of a headache can help minimize the severity later on.

Right amount of Coffee with Ganoderma in daily diets helps to protect the body system, intergrating health with every sip.

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Again remember, this coffee is good for Lupus, ADHD, Pain, Gout, Diabetes and Sleeping Problems. It contains Green Tea: Detoxification, weight loss, cardiovascular disease and cancer prevention. It is less than 1% of caffeine. Increase mental alertness and very good for digestion.

Directions: Mix 1 package into a 5 fl. oz cup of hot water. 1 to 3 times a day.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease.

Just had a cup`– this is my favorite. This is a excellent aid before a work out.

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Product Of The Day is Green LeVive — An All-Natural Daily Detox

 

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Our Product Of The Day is Green LeVive.

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It’s high concentration of antioxidants extracted from the world’s top herbs and vegetables like Aloe Vera, Alfalfa, Artichoke, Milk Thistle, Senna, and Ginger. This can assist the body with nutrients that help re-energize, detoxify, and revitalize. Milk Thistle: High in antioxidants, it regenerates our liver, good for gallstones, pms, and can aid in alcohol and drug addiction. (it stops cravings). Artichoke: Good for high cholesterol, triglycerides, poor fat digestion and constipation. Alfalfa: High cholesterol, anemia, menopause and arthritis. Senna Leaf: Natural laxative, good for constipation. Aloe Vera: Natural diuretic,good for IBD, ulcers, candida, intestinal infections, constipation and other disorders of the digestive tract, also diabetes. Ginger: Anti-inflammatory, stimulates digestion system. It removes fat from your liver.

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This product may stops cravings, over eating, sugar, and aid in alcohol and drug additions recovery.

Directions: Take (2fl oz) 1 to 3 times daily, preferably before of after meals. This product contains senna extract. Do not use if you have of develop diarrhea, loose stools, or abdominal pain. Consult your physician if you have frequent diarrhea, are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or have a medical condition.

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Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease.

This is one of my favorite products. It is a daily detox. IT WORKS!!

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The Best Diet – 3 Key Features Your Diet Must Have For Weight Loss Success

So you’ve already made the resolution that THIS is the year you’re going to lose weight and get in the best shape of your life. You’re not going to settle for second best – you’re going to achieve that dream body you’ve always wanted.

Great news – this is actually the best time to make that commitment. Why? Because you can take advantage of the powerful momentum and energy ‘Swim-suit Season’ brings to achieve your weight loss dreams.

But there’s nothing worse than committing to lose weight, only to get lost among the 5 gazillion diets out there. It can get confusing – you may end up wasting a lot of money and effort. You may end up wondering which diet is really the BEST diet for you.

You may even end up feeling so frustrated that you give up on your dream of becoming slim and healthy. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

In order to have rapid weight loss success, you have to find the best diet for you (a.k.a. the diet that will speed you towards your dream body at lightning pace). There are millions of diets – but only a few that are best for you and your lifestyle.

The best diet for you will have the 3 key features listed below. Choose your diet with these 3 key features in mind and you’re already halfway to your weight loss dreams.

#1 Proven Success Rate

Are there before and after pictures of people who have lost weight with that particular diet? Are there customer testimonials? Have there been independent studies done on the diet’s success rate?

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The diet you chose doesn’t have to have all three of these but try to find at least some kind of proven success rate before choosing that particular program.

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Finding a diet with a proven success rate not only lets you know that the diet works but it also helps give you the confidence that the diet will work FOR YOU.

Confidence is one of the most underrated factors in a successful weight loss program. If you’ve tried and failed with diets before you especially need that extra boost of confidence to carry you through the more difficult times in the diet. By reminding yourself that this diet has been proven to work – you’ll be able to keep going and reach your weight loss goals.

A related feature that gets extra points is if the diet has been recommended by an expert or a physician. Again this boosts your confidence that the diet is safe and effective.

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#2 Affordable

Losing weight should not cost you thousands of dollars (unless we’re talking about surgery here and that’s an entirely different article). The best diet will be affordable for the average person.

If the diet costs too much, be very suspicious and look elsewhere. There are too many shady diets out there and as a consumer, it pays to be cautious.

I’ll give you an example of what I mean:

A close friend of mine went to a well-known weight loss clinic in our area. You know them – they regularly use famous entertainers and celebrities. She was told she had to pay the yearly fees up front (around $1000 NOT including food). They also told her she had to buy their food in bulk (like $500 for a year’s worth of chocolate).

When the chocolate gave her heart palpitations and she had to take it back, they told her it was non-refundable. She was out the money for the chocolate. Plus, she feels she can’t leave the program because she’s paid the yearly fees (which, you guessed it, are also non-refundable).

She unfortunately made the mistake of ignoring her instincts and paying way too much money for a diet program. If you notice you’re being asked for hefty fees right out of the gate, warning lights should be flashing in your mind.

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Now on the other hand, the best diet WILL cost you something. It actually is better if you put some cash on the table for your diet program. Why? Because when we invest in something we’re more likely to stick with it. When we invest in something we are more likely to follow through and get the results we want.

For example another friend did a liver detox several months ago. I’m not really into liver detoxing but she read an article and figured she’d try it.

This detox kit cost her a whopping $50 and when she opened the instructions she told me she had to give up junk food for two weeks. In any other universe I would have laughed and simply forgotten about detoxing my liver. But because she had shelled out $50, she was invested – she decided that she hopefully wouldn’t starve from lack of junk food over two weeks and suffered through it.

If I’d gotten the detox kit for free there’s no way I would have followed those instructions. But because she was invested, she followed through and now has a healthier liver thanking her for it.

So when searching for the best diet, putting out some money on yourself and your dreams of a better body is actually a healthy thing. Just keep in mind that you shouldn’t have to spend thousands of dollars on it. 

#3 Compatible with Your Tastes and Lifestyle

This is THE most crucial step however it’s the one where most people go wrong. When choosing a diet, they simply pick one and go, without considering if it is compatible with their tastes and lifestyle.

For example, if you hate feeling deprived or empty you might want to choose a program that lets you eat many times during the day so you don’t feel hungry. If you get bored easily you want a diet program that gives you tremendous variety and flexibility. If you don’t do a lot of cooking or food preparation, you’ll want to look at a program where the food is pre-made for you.

Diets are like cars – there are hundreds of different models out there, each with their own unique features. And they can get you where you want to go. But your personality might gel better with certain features than others.

Dieting is hard enough. Don’t make it harder on yourself by choosing a diet not compatible with who you are. Setting yourself up for success will also guarantee that you’ll stick it out until you reach your goal.

Here’s an `ALL-NATURAL’ Detox I suggest you use from a company with a solid 26+ year track record. It is the`Ultra Body Cleanse.

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This is a thorough detoxification program. It consists of 2 steps, an Internal cleanse and a general detoxifier. It will clean the liver, kidney, lungs and intestine. It contains senna leaves and frangula bark. Once combined they sweep toxins and energize probiotics and enzymes. It cleanses the digestive system, including the elimination tract.

And one other thing, the best diet will be one that you can get excited about. Choose a diet that you enjoy, that you believe in, that may actually be – gulp – fun.

Emotional excitement will fade in time, yes. But it can give you enough of an emotional push to get you over the initial hump. By that time your first few pounds will have come off and will serve as your continuing motivation.

So those are 3 key considerations when looking for the best diet. Keep them in mind and you will progress in leaps and bounds towards your dream body. Remember, planning now may seem boring – but it’s the key to your future weight loss success.

And of` course I have to suggest one that worked very well for me that I hope will work for you. It does encompass all 3 key features we haven discussed in this article — plus one more great feature. It is an `ALL-NATURAL’, time tested program!

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Delightful New Ways to Reduce Cholesterol Without Drugs

Those of us with unfavorable cholesterol scores are constantly bombarded with the importance of controlling LDL-HDL levels. Unfortunately, many of the drugs prescribed for cholesterol reduction can have serious side effects such as fatigue, muscle cramps, brain fog, etc. Trying a natural adjustment to your diet may be a better and less risky way to tame the cholesterol beast.

With all the news and warnings about the dangers of high cholesterol, many people view cholesterol as a “bad” substance that should be eliminated completely from our lives. In truth, cholesterol serves some important functions in the body. In order to understand how cholesterol affects the body, one must first understand what cholesterol is.

Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is attached to the fats in our bloodstream and is present in all of the cells of the body. Cholesterol comes from food that we eat, as well as being manufactured directly by the liver. Cholesterol is an important regulator in the bloodstream, as it helps to regulate the formation of many cells as well as hormones. However, to have too high or too low of a cholesterol count in the blood can be a very dangerous factor, often leading to a heart attack or a stroke. Although cholesterol is prevalent in the blood stream, it cannot dissipate in the blood. The cholesterol maneuvers throughout the body attached to lipids (fats).

Over time, cholesterol builds up on the artery walls and this condition is known as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis was thought to be an affliction of the elderly until the 1950′s when American pathologists were sent to Korea by the Pentagon to study the bodies of servicemen who died during the conflict. They autopsied around 2000 soldiers and found that approximately 75% had waxy, yellow deposits on the walls of their arteries; a shocking statistic considering the average age of the soldiers was 21. Their findings astonished the scientific community as it highlighted the onset of heart disease in the very young.

There are two main types of cholesterol. The first type is called LDL cholesterol, and the other is HDL cholesterol. LDL cholesterol, otherwise known as low-density lipoprotein, is considered the “dangerous” cholesterol. LDL cholesterol can build up on the artery walls. Over time this plaque build-up blocks blood flow, reducing circulation and causing stress and damage to the heart. This raises blood pressure, and eventually leads to heart disease or a heart attack. Individuals that have higher levels of LDL run a much higher risk of having heart disease. Although LDL is affected by genetics, there are several precautions that individuals can take towards keeping safe LDL levels.

The other form of cholesterol is HDL, or high-density lipoprotein. HDL is considered the “good” cholesterol. HDL cholesterol is important for the body to have as this type of cholesterol helps filter out LDL cholesterol from the lining of the arteries, as well as transporting fat in the bloodstream (triglycerides) to the liver so that it can be excreted from the body. It is believed that even having high levels of HDL is safe, as it can help protect one’s heart from a heart attack or stroke. Low counts of HDL could potentially lead to a heart attack and stroke, however this is rare for people eating a western-style diet, which is typically high in both forms of cholesterol.

Most of the cholesterol in our bodies comes from the foods we eat. Foods high in fats, particularly saturated and trans fats, contribute to high levels of LDL cholesterol. Meat and dairy products are the main sources of LDL cholesterol, while leafy vegetables, fruits, and nuts are more nutritious alternatives that have higher levels of HDL cholesterol. While genetics does play a role in cholesterol levels, a change in diet is the most effective way to lower dangerous cholesterol levels, and reduce your risk of heart disease and associated health problems.

Certain natural substances found in Ardyss, including plant sterols, fish oils, and policosanol have been shown in numerous clinical studies to be highly effective in promoting healthy cholesterol levels, particularly when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. If you are concerned about your cholesterol levels, now is the time to make a change, and Vasacor can help.

There are numerous medications on the market today, but for many individuals it is possible to lower cholesterol naturally rather than with drugs. Currently more than 60% of adults over the age of 45 suffer some form of heart or blood related issues, including high cholesterol. To ensure this does not lead to a shorter life or a poorer quality of life, the following steps can be taken:

Regular Exercise

The use of regular exercise to lower cholesterol naturally has been supported for decades as an effective alternative to pharmaceuticals. Something as simple as walking 30 minutes a night can significantly reduce cholesterol levels in the adult body while 30 minutes of full aerobic exercise 3-4 times a week is ideal for the optimum reduction in LDL and HDL levels.

Low Fat Diet

In conjunction with regular exercise, a low fat diet that contains less than 30% fat with as close to zero saturated fats as possible can help lower cholesterol naturally. Reading labels to ensure you receive the most accurate information as well is recommended as many labels are intentionally misleading. Anything pre-packaged, frozen foods, non-skim dairy products, and red meats, along with any high fat snacks or junk foods are all considered bad additions to a diet designed to reduce cholesterol.

Adding the Right Foods

Foods that are high in fiber, contain lots of garlic, fish oil, or soy, or that are rich in whole grains are considered highly effective in both stopping the effects of high cholesterol and reducing your existing levels. Fresh fruits and vegetables, beans, and whole grains are all good sources of these foods and should be integrated into a lower cholesterol diet as much as possible.

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Foods that Lower LDL Cholesterol

There are a number of foods which are believed to significantly lower LDL cholesterol. Fiber-rich foods are said to be particularly beneficial and will not only lower ‘bad’ cholesterol, but also help the bowel to function properly, lowering the risk of colon and bowel cancer. There are many other foods that can help the body fight back against these dangerous deposits.

Fiber-rich foods, particularly oat bran, barley and wheat bran. They can be eaten as a cereal for breakfast and sprinkled onto other foods. Pearl barley can be added to soups. Apples and pears also have considerable amounts of soluble fiber and should be enjoyed on a daily basis.

Beans and pulses are high in fiber and low-fat. They also contain lecithin, a nutrient that lowers cholesterol. Try to incorporate kidney, fava, borlotti and other dried whole-foods into your diet; there are many different types of lentils and pulses that are delicious in soups and stews.

Avocado contains prolific amounts of monounsaturated fat, which helps to reduce LDL cholesterol and has many other health benefits including anti-cancer properties.

Raw carrots are rich in a fiber called pectin that is renowned for minimizing cholesterol. There are a number of fruits that also contain pectin, including; apples, citrus fruits, strawberries, raspberries and other red or black berries.

Shitake mushrooms are widely used by the Japanese and include a compound called lentinan, which not only lowers cholesterol, but is also thought to be anti-cancerous and may help to boost the immune system.

Garlic is a super food and is well known for its blood-thinning properties. It also contains a substance allicin which is thought to prevent the body retaining LDL cholesterol and research has shown that the equivalent of one clove per day can lessen ‘bad’ cholesterol by 10-15% in the majority of people.

Root ginger has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries and has numerous health benefits. It can be added to stir-fry’s (using healthy sesame oil) and other vegetable dishes.

Nuts are naturally high in omega-3 fatty acids and are known to significantly reduce blood cholesterol; walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts and almonds are especially beneficial.

Sesame seeds are rich in phytosterols. These compounds are said to substantially lessen LDL cholesterol. Other foods containing phytosterols include; celery, lettuce, asparagus, spinach, tomatoes, ginger, squash and strawberries.

Safflower, canola, soybean, and olive oil are monounsaturated and are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Research indicates that they can decrease atherosclerotic plaque by up to 15% when eaten regularly.

Salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel contain considerable amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which have many health benefits and are essential for brain and eye function.

Prunes are a wonderful source of antioxidants and fiber, which is known to reduce LDL cholesterol.

Alfalfa sprouts contain a substance called saponin, which is thought to obstruct and inhibit the formation of atherosclerotic plaque in the arteries.

If you have high cholesterol or a family tendency towards atherosclerosis it is best to avoid processed and prepared foods, fried food, food containing animal fats or animal products, high-fat dairy products and food containing either saturated fat or trans fats. Research has revealed the key to lowering LDL cholesterol is a healthy, balanced diet that incorporates plenty of soluble fiber and at least five portions of fruit or vegetables a day. This combined with regular cardiovascular exercise should help keep the heart healthy and provide numerous other health benefits as well.

Supplements

Supplements can also be added to help lower cholesterol naturally. To boost fiber and fatty acid intake, supplements such as Omega-3 in flax seed oil or fish oil along with garlic extracts have been shown to significantly lower cholesterol naturally and without any side effects. Found over the counter in any drug store or natural health store, these supplements are easy to take or mix in with food for significant benefits to a low cholesterol diet.

May I suggest some supplemental all-natural products which help lower cholesterol – Omega 369 and Fiber Balance.

Omega 369 is an ideal formula of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 essential fatty acids (EFAs), the “good fats” that help support brain and heart, and maintain good health; EFAs contribute to processing of the cell membranes which help your cardiovascular system in balance.

Our Everyday Health Benefits From Omega 369:                                 Omega 369 -- 5.27.13

•  Help reduce inflammation in the body.

•  Help your cardiovascular system in balance.

•  Strengthens body.

•  Supports healthy heart.

•  Optimizes well being.

Our Everyday Health Benefits From Fiber Balance:

The Fiber Balance formula contains all the benefits of our prior fiber products but now Ardyss has provided additional ingredients such as Chromium, Green Tea, and Panax Ginseng , ingredients that may support glucose metabolism.* In addition, there is no added sugar to keep your glycemic levels in mind!

• Helps maintain cholesterol levels that are in normal range*                Bring Your Life Into Balance

• Promotes digestive health*

• Strengthens natural resistance and immune system*

• Supports glucose metabolism*

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease.

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Acid Vs Alkaline Diet — Creating A Healthier ‘Disease-Free’ Body & Lifestyle

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                     Acid Vs Alkaline Diet                                                — Creating A Healthier ‘Disease-Free’ Body & Lifestyle

In this article, I will answer the question of “acid vs. alkaline diet; which is the best?”

Well, ok, it’s quite obvious from where I’m sitting; I mean who wants to say their body is mostly acid? But, what are the benefits of having an alkaline diet, over an acid diet?  Well, let’s earnestly and sincerely talk about it. This article will offer real solutions as well as many invaluable suggestions – all pointing you towards a healthier lifestyle! Our body’s internal system needs a pH of just above 7.0; Our immunologic, enzymatic and repair mechanisms all function at their best in this alkaline range. If our body becomes over acidic, i.e. under a pH of 7, you may start to experience a combination of these symptoms:        

                                     Low Energy, Fatigue, Nasal Congestion, Hives, Muscle Pain, Weak Nails, Dry Skin, Dry Hair, Frequent Colds, Flu and Infection, Headaches

If you have these symptoms and eat foods which create acid in the body, you may need to balance it with an alkaline diet. 

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What foods cause acid in the body?

There is a whole list of foods that cause the body to be over-acidic: dairy and dairy substitutes, animal meat, most grains, chickpeas, condiments, aspartame, prunes, chocolate, peanuts, alcohol and quite a few other types of foods. To balance your pH, the remedy is simple and logical; eat more alkaline causing foods.  To name but a few of these foods, there is; watermelon, lime, mango, most vegetables, vegetable juices, almonds, sprouts, avocados and green tea. When you’re body becomes more alkaline, the changes that will take place are truly amazing! It will seem magical, but it’s all perfectly normal. You will feel how we all have the right to feel, we just don’t know it.

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Rapid Weight Loss     —     Increased Energy   —     The Need For Less Sleep —    Improved Skin And Hair Condition

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The main focus of this article is really not to help you lose weight. Trying out the latest diet is practically an American pastime. The more health benefits the diet supposedly provides, the better. We don’t just want to lose weight; we want to cure arthritisdiabetes, and cancer, and slow the aging process, too.

Some web sites touting the alkaline diet claim it does all these things and more. In an article about an Alkaline Diet by Sonya Collins of WebMD Feature, and reviewed by Louise Chang, MD, some excerpts from that article are as follows: First, lets again review some background information. Our pH is the measure of exactly how acidic or alkaline we are. A pH of 0 is completely acidic, and a pH of 14 completely alkaline. A pH of 7 is neutral.

You don’t just have one pH level. For example, the stomach has a pH ranging from 1.35-3.5. It must be acidic to aid in digestion. However, blood must always be slightly alkaline, with a pH of 7.35 to 7.45.

The theory of the alkaline diet is that eating certain foods can help maintain the body’s ideal pH balance to improve overall health. But the body maintains its pH balance regardless of diet. For instance, your diet may affect the pH level of your urine. But what you eat does not determine your blood’s pH level.

What’s in the Alkaline Diet                                                                            

The alkaline diet is mostly vegetarian. In addition to fresh vegetables and some fresh fruits, alkaline-promoting foods include soy products and some nuts, grains, and legumes. Web sites promoting the alkaline diet discourage eating acid-promoting foods, which include meat, fish, poultry, dairy products, processed foods, white sugar, white flour, and caffeine. The alkaline diet is basically healthy, says Marjorie Nolan, RD, an American Dietetic Association spokeswoman.  ”It’s a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, plenty of water, avoiding processed foods, coffee, and alcohol, which are all recommendations for a generally healthy diet anyway,” Nolan says. “But our body regulates our pH between 7.35 and 7.45 no matter how we eat.”

Potential Benefits

Diets that include a lot of animal protein can lower urine pH and raise the risk for kidney stones. So eating a diet rich in vegetables, as with an alkaline diet, can raise urine pH and lower the risk for kidney stones, says John Asplin, MD, a kidney specialist who is a fellow of the American Society of Nephrology. Researchers have speculated that an alkaline diet might slow bone loss and muscle waste, increase growth hormone, make certain chronic diseases less likely, and ease low back pain. However, that hasn’t been proven. There is also no concrete evidence that an alkaline or vegetarian diet can prevent cancer.

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Some studies have shown that vegetarians have lower rates of cancer, particularly colon cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. But vegetarians often have other healthy habits, such as exercise and abstaining from drinking and smoking, so it is difficult to determine the effects of diet alone. “Clinical studies have proved without a doubt that people who eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and hydrate properly do have lower rates of cancer and other diseases,” Nolan tells WebMD, “but it probably has nothing to do with blood pH.”

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Potential Risks

Because there is no evidence that diet can significantly change blood pH, a highly irregular blood pH is a sign of a larger problem — perhaps kidney failure — not a dietary issue. People with kidney disease or medical issues that require monitoring by a doctor, such as severe diabetes, should not attempt this diet without medical supervision.  ”If someone’s blood sugar is not being monitored properly — especially if they’re on insulin if they’re type 1 or they’re a severe type 2 diabetic — you’re potentially running the risk of your blood sugar dropping too low after a meal if you don’t know what you’re doing,” Nolan says.

It all comes down to balance, Asplin says. The alkaline diet could potentially over-restrict protein and calcium.  “Vegetarians can be completely healthy in their diets as long as they make sure to get adequate supplies of essential components to a diet. But it is also true that many Americans over-consume protein and get much more than they actually need,” Asplin says.

The Red Flags Of Diet Fraud

Several web sites that appear at the top of “alkaline diet” Internet search results ask users to subscribe with their email address or buy diet products from the site. These are red flags that the promoter of the diet may only be interested in selling something, experts say. Be wary of diet web sites that require a monthly fee for recipes or information. There are numerous complaints online that these subscriptions are easy to start but virtually impossible to stop. William Mundell, MD, vice chair of the department of general internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., also advises people to beware of any diets that:

  • Want you to buy only their product. You should be able to get the foods for any healthy diet on your own at the supermarket.
  • Focus on a narrow spectrum of foods, whether it’s to eliminate all fat, all carbohydrates, or all proteins, or just eat grapefruit.
  • Claim that science has kept something a secret or that a single person has discovered something that nobody else knows about.

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Awesome ‘Liquid Antioxidants’: All Your Colors Of The Nutritious Rainbow!

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As the name implies, antioxidants are substances that are capable of counteracting the damaging, but normal, effects of the physiological process of oxidation in animal tissue.    Antioxidants are nutrients (vitamins and minerals) as well as enzymes (proteins in your body that assist in chemical reactions). They are believed to play a role in preventing the      development of such chronic diseases as cancer, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, and cataracts.

Antioxidants block the process of oxidation by neutralizing free radicals. In doing so, the              antioxidants themselves become oxidized. That is why there is a constant need to replenish our       antioxidant resources.

Antioxidants also help neutralize free radicals which cause cell damage, which ultimately can lead to Blueberry Fruit In Hallock, OR -- 7.18.13diseases of the heart and        cancer.  It seems everywhere you go its          blueberry this and blueberry that.  You have your choice of wild blueberries, blueberry juice, blueberry-pomegranate juice, blueberry-cranberry juice and so on and so on. 

Now, don’t misunderstand me.  I absolutely love blueberries.  But, in our zeal to           embrace the latest antioxidant food craze (blueberries, cranberries, pomegranates) we’re ignoring some very high-antioxidant facts and foods that are probably sitting ignored in our cupboards.

How Antioxidants work can be classified in one of two ways:

·         Chain-breaking – When a free radical releases or steals an electron, a second radical is formed. This molecule then turns around and does the same thing to a third molecule,          continuing to generate more unstable products. The process continues until termination       occurs — either the radical is stabilized by a chain-breaking antioxidant such as beta-carotene and vitamins C and E, or it simply decays into a harmless product.

·         Preventive – Antioxidant enzymes like superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase prevent oxidation by reducing the rate of chain initiation. That is, by scavenging initiating radicals, such antioxidants can thwart an oxidation chain from ever setting in           motion. They can also prevent oxidation by stabilizing transition metal radicals such as          copper and iron.

The effectiveness of any given antioxidant in the body depends on which free radical is involved, how and where it is generated, and where the target of damage is. Thus, while in one particular system an antioxidant may protect against free radicals, in other systems it could have no effect at all. Or, in certain circumstances, an antioxidant may even act as a “pro-oxidant” that generates toxic oxygen species.

There are many common foods high in antioxidants and you should not just restrict yourself to one particular food source.  Why?  Well, have you ever heard the expression, “eat your colors?”   That refers to the fact that foods are in different color “families” containing different types of antioxidants which have different benefits. 

Eat All Of Your Colors -- Oranges, Apples, Berries -- Antioxidants -- 7.17.13

The good news is that you can eat healthy foods high in antioxidants (by eating them raw, cooking them, or juicing them yourself) without having to pay a high price for the “flavor of the month” Eat All Of Your Colors -- Oranges, Apples, Berries -- Antioxidants -- 7.17.13antioxidant juices being peddled in the supermarkets. 

 So, give your blueberries some company at the dinner table.  Invite some beans, spinach, potatoes and artichoke hearts and enjoy your antioxidants!

Let’s now further discuss the true ‘rainbow of color’ in detail and the diverse array of foods you can eat to receive antioxidant nutrients.

Antioxidant Nutrients

Antioxidants from our diet appear to be of great importance in controlling damage by free radicals. Each nutrient is unique in terms of its structure and antioxidant function.

Vitamin E is actually a generic term that refers to all entities (eight found so far) that exhibit biological activity of the isomer tocopherol (an isomer is one of two or more molecules that have the same chemical formula but different atomic arrangements). Alpha-tocopherol, the most widely available isomer, has the highest biopotency, or strongest effect in the body.      Because it is fat-soluble (and can only dissolve in fats), alpha-tocopherol is in a unique         position to safeguard cell membranes — largely composed of fatty acids — from damage by free radicals. Alpha-tocopherol also protects the fats in low-density lipoproteins (LDLs, or the “bad” cholesterol) from oxidation.

A 1997 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that 60 mg of Walnuts, Peanuts, Almonds - From Dept Of Ag -- 7.17.13Vitamin E a day strengthened the        immune system in a group of healthy patients at least 65 years old, and 200 mg       generated a four-to-six fold improvement after four months. However, 800 mg of vitamin E resulted in worse immunity than receiving no vitamin E at all.

  • Vitamin E is found in vegetable oils, walnuts, peanuts, almonds, seeds, olives, avocado, wheat germ, liver, and leafy green vegetables.

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. As such, it scavenges free radicals that are in an aqueous (watery) environment, such as inside your cells. Vitamin C works synergistically with vitamin E to quench free radicals. Vitamin C also regenerates the reduced (stable) form of vitamin E.

  • For good sources of vitamin C, look to citrus fruits (like oranges and grapefruit), broccoli, leafy green vegetables, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, cantaloupe, and strawberries.

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Beta-carotene, also a water-soluble vitamin, is the most widely studied of the 600 carotenoids identified to date. It is thought to be the best quencher of singlet oxygen (an energized but uncharged form of oxygen that is toxic to cells). Beta-carotene is also especially excellent at scavenging free radicals in low oxygen concentration. Beta Carotene -- Red & Green Peppers -- 7.17.13

  • Common sources of beta-carotene include cantaloupe, mangoes, papaya, pumpkin, peppers, spinach, kale, squash, sweet potatoes, and apricots.

 

 

Selenium is a trace element. It is a mineral that we need to consume in only very small quantities, but without which we could not survive. It forms the active site of several antioxidant enzymes including glutathione peroxidase. Beef & Pork -- Selenium -- 7.17.13

  • You can find selenium in seafood, beef, pork, chicken, Brazil nuts, brown rice, and whole wheat bread.

Similar to selenium, the minerals manganese and zinc are trace elements that form an essential part of various antioxidant enzymes.

Zinc is considered to be an essential mineral and occurs naturally in certain foods, the National Institutes of Health report. Oysters have more zinc content than any other food source. Six medium servings of oysters contain 76 milligrams of zinc, more than 500 percent of the daily value, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Nearly all green vegetables have a chlorophyll molecule that contains magnesium, the NIH reports. Spinach and Swiss chard are the two leafy vegetables with the highest magnesium content, the World’s Healthiest Foods website calculates. Other good sources of magnesium include cooked halibut, dry-roasted almonds and cashews, cooked soybeans, shredded wheat cereal, fortified oatmeal, baked potato and peanut butter. Each has 50 milligrams or more of magnesium, which is at least 15 percent of the daily value.

Raspberries and blackberries stand out as the top berry sources of both magnesium and zinc. One cup of fresh raspberries contains 27 milligrams of magnesium and 0.52 milligrams of zinc. One cup Berries -- Fruit Assortment -- Zinc & Magnese -- 7.17.13of fresh blackberries has 29 milligrams of magnesium and 0.76 milligrams of zinc. Fresh raspberries and blackberries can be eaten plain as a healthy side dish or stirred into a bowl of hot cereal. Fresh berries are also a healthy topping for waffles or pancakes.

Many dried fruits are a good source of both magnesium and zinc. One cup of dried   apricots contains 28 milligrams of magnesium and 0.35 milligrams of zinc. One cup of prunes has 59 milligrams of magnesium and 0.70 milligrams of zinc. A 1 cup serving of dried dates contains 63 milligrams of magnesium and 0.43 milligrams of zinc. Add dried fruits to your favorite trail mix or bowl of cold cereal.

Of course, in addition to eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, getting regular exercise and abstaining from tobacco use are very critical to a healthy lifestyle.

Over the last several years, the Board has been updating and expanding the system for determining the RDA and UL values, which are now collectively referred to as the Dietary Reference Intakes, or DRIs. The following recommendations were made for consumption of antioxidants in the 2000 report, “Dietary Reference Intakes for Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Selenium, and Carotenoids”:

Antioxidant

RDA (adults)

Upper Level (adults)

Comment

Vitamin E

15 mg

1,070 mg natural vitamin E

785 mg synthetic vitamin E

Higher amounts impair blood clotting, increasing likelihood of hemorrhage.

Vitamin C

Women: 75 mg
Men: 90 mg

2,000 mg

Higher amounts could lead to diarrhea and other GI disturbances. Extremely high levels may lead to cancer, atherosclerosis, and kidney stones.

Beta-carotene

None

None

Chronic high doses turn your skin yellow-orange, but it is not toxic. However, research indicates it is unwise to consume doses of beta-carotene beyond what is in a multivitamin and your regular diet.

Selenium

55 micrograms

400 micrograms

Higher amounts could cause hair loss, skin rashes, fatigue, GI disturbances, and nervous system abnormalities.

Antioxidant Enzymes

For those analytical and biological minded readers, let us look at the process of producing antioxidant enzymes.  The antioxidant enzymes superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and glutathione peroxidase (GPx) serve as your primary line of defense in destroying free radicals.

SOD first reduces (adds an electron to) the radical superoxide (O2-) to form hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and oxygen (O2).

2O2- + 2H — SOD–>  H2O2 + O2

Catalase and GPx then work simultaneously with the protein glutathione to reduce hydrogen peroxide and ultimately produce water (H2O).

2H2O2  –CAT–>  H2O + O2

H2O2 + 2glutathione   –GPx–>  oxidized glutathione + 2H2O

(The oxidized glutathione is then reduced by another antioxidant enzyme — glutathione reductase.)

Together, they repair oxidized DNA, degrade oxidized protein, and destroy oxidized lipids (fat-like substances that are a constituent of cell membranes). Various other enzymes act as a secondary antioxidant defense mechanism to protect you from further damage.

Other Antioxidants

In addition to enzymes, vitamins, and minerals, there appear to be many other nutrients and compounds that have antioxidant properties. Among them is coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, or ubiquinone), which is essential to energy production and can also protect the body from destructive free radicals. Also, uric acid, a product of DNA metabolism, has become increasingly recognized as an important antioxidant. Additionally, substances in plants called phytochemicals are being investigated for their antioxidant activity and health-promoting potential.

In Summary

Antioxidants are best taken in combination, since single antioxidants, such as vitamin E, need other vitamins in order to work as an effective antioxidant. Food and natural supplements may therefore provide the most bio-available source of antioxidants. Natural products from the rain forests of the world are some of the best sources of natural antioxidants ever found. Fruits like the acai berry are amazing the health world because of the wide range and high number of antioxidants they contain, making them a perfect source of antioxidants. It’s no wonder that the acai berry has been dubbed one of the top 10 “superfoods” in the world. 

The juices are fortified with botanical extracts that help maintain healthy cellular and physical functions. The New England Journal of Medicine reports that 9 out 10 people die from dietary deficiencies. When the body is completely clean, the result is the protective organs functioning properly helping to eliminate toxins that aren’t healthy.

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This Kind Of Gas Isn’t Good: Are You Lactose Intolerant?

Do you know anyone who can’t consume milk or milk-based products? The condition is not uncommon and these people are classified as lactose intolerant.

Lactose is the main carbohydrate or sugar found in milk, and in varying quantities in dairy products made from milk including yoghurt, ice cream, soft cheeses and butter. Lactose (milk sugar) intolerance results from an inability to digest lactose in the small intestine.

Back in the cave-days, the only time a person would ever ingest lactose would be when they were infants getting milk from their mothers. During their adult lives milk was never consumed. Only with the invention of agriculture has milk become readily available to adults. Lactose is unique in that only in milk does it exist as a free form, unattached to other molecules.

What causes lactose intolerance?

Lactose is digested in the small intestine by an enzyme called lactase. This enzyme allows the body to break down the lactose into two simple sugars, glucose and galactose. These are quickly    Digestive System -- Lactose Intolerance -- 7.10.13absorbed by the intestine and provide energy for the body. The level of the lactase enzyme varies between individuals, as does the severity of the symptoms caused by lactose intolerance.

What are the symptoms of lactose intolerance?

Symptoms range from milk abdominal discomfort, bloating and excessive wind — ‘gas’ — to sever abdominal cramps and diarrhoea.

How is it treated?

There is no cure for lactose intolerance. But you can treat your symptoms

by limiting or avoidingmilk products. Some people use milk with reduced

lactose, or they substitute soy milk and soycheese for milk and milk products.

Some people who are lactose-intolerant can eat yogurt without problems,

especially yogurt with live cultures. You can also take dietary supplements

called lactase products that help digest lactose. In time, most people who

have lactose intolerance get to knowtheir bodies well enough to avoid symptoms.

One of the biggest concerns for people who are lactose-intolerant is making

sure they get enough of the nutrients found in milk products, especially calcium.

Calcium is most important for children,teens, pregnant women, and women after

menopause.

There are many nondairy foods that contain calcium, including:

·         Broccoli, okra, kale, collards, and turnip greens.

·         Canned sardines, tuna, and salmon.

·         Calcium-fortified juices and cereals.

·         Calcium-fortified soy products such as soy milk, tofu,                           and soybeans.

·         Almonds.

 Substitutes for lactose-containing foods

Lactose intolerance generally isn’t serious and can be controlled by some simple changes in your diet. The dietary changes for lactose intolerance should include the exclusion of those foods highest in lactose. There is now a wide range of fresh soy milks, yoghurts and ice creams which are lactose free and calcium enriched. Many dairy foods actually have little or no lactose so you can continue to enjoy them.

 The Power of Soy Protein

 Soy-based products are also on the rise for very healthy reasons. The humble soybean boasts some extraordinary benefits. Lactose-free, soy protein is a “complete protein” which contains all 9 essential amino acids in the right balance to meet your body’s needs. Soy protein is the only plant protein that is complete. This makes it a great substitute for many meats, allowing you to eliminate more saturated fat and cholesterol from your diet.

While soybeans have much to offer from a protein perspective, it is because they contain so many nutrients, such as isoflavones, that they are now the centre of so much attention. Soy protein enhances the body’s ability to retain and better absorb calcium into the bones. Soy isoflavones help by slowing bone loss and inhibiting bone breakdown.

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Delightful Ways to Reduce Cholesterol Without Drugs

Those of us with unfavorable cholesterol scores are constantly bombarded with the importance of controlling LDL-HDL levels. Unfortunately, many of the drugs prescribed for cholesterol reduction can have serious side effects such as fatigue, muscle cramps, brain fog, etc. Trying a natural adjustment to your diet may be a better and less risky way to tame the cholesterol beast.

With all the news and warnings about the dangers of high cholesterol, many people view cholesterol as a “bad” substance that should be eliminated completely from our lives. In truth, cholesterol serves some important functions in the body. In order to understand how cholesterol affects the body, one must first understand what cholesterol is.

Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is attached to the fats in our bloodstream and is present in all of the cells of the body. Cholesterol comes from food that we eat, as well as being manufactured directly by the liver. Cholesterol is an important regulator in the bloodstream, as it helps to regulate the formation of many cells as well as hormones. However, to have too high or too low of a cholesterol count in the blood can be a very dangerous factor, often leading to a heart attack or a stroke. Although cholesterol is prevalent in the blood stream, it cannot dissipate in the blood. The cholesterol maneuvers throughout the body attached to lipids (fats).

Over time, cholesterol builds up on the artery walls and this condition is known as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis was thought to be an affliction of the elderly until the 1950′s when American pathologists were sent to Korea by the Pentagon to study the bodies of servicemen who died during the conflict. They autopsied around 2000 soldiers and found that approximately 75% had waxy, yellow deposits on the walls of their arteries; a shocking statistic considering the average age of the soldiers was 21. Their findings astonished the scientific community as it highlighted the onset of heart disease in the very young.

There are two main types of cholesterol. The first type is called LDL cholesterol, and the other is HDL cholesterol. LDL cholesterol, otherwise known as low-density lipoprotein, is considered the “dangerous” cholesterol. LDL cholesterol can build up on the artery walls. Over time this plaque build-up blocks blood flow, reducing circulation and causing stress and damage to the heart. This raises blood pressure, and eventually leads to heart disease or a heart attack. Individuals that have higher levels of LDL run a much higher risk of having heart disease. Although LDL is affected by genetics, there are several precautions that individuals can take towards keeping safe LDL levels.

The other form of cholesterol is HDL, or high-density lipoprotein. HDL is considered the “good” cholesterol. HDL cholesterol is important for the body to have as this type of cholesterol helps filter out LDL cholesterol from the lining of the arteries, as well as transporting fat in the bloodstream (triglycerides) to the liver so that it can be excreted from the body. It is believed that even having high levels of HDL is safe, as it can help protect one’s heart from a heart attack or stroke. Low counts of HDL could potentially lead to a heart attack and stroke, however this is rare for people eating a western-style diet, which is typically high in both forms of cholesterol.

Most of the cholesterol in our bodies comes from the foods we eat. Foods high in fats, particularly saturated and trans fats, contribute to high levels of LDL cholesterol. Meat and dairy products are the main sources of LDL cholesterol, while leafy vegetables, fruits, and nuts are more nutritious alternatives that have higher levels of HDL cholesterol. While genetics does play a role in cholesterol levels, a change in diet is the most effective way to lower dangerous cholesterol levels, and reduce your risk of heart disease and associated health problems.

Certain natural substances found in Ardyss, including plant sterols, fish oils, and policosanol have been shown in numerous clinical studies to be highly effective in promoting healthy cholesterol levels, particularly when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. If you are concerned about your cholesterol levels, now is the time to make a change, and Vasacor can help.

There are numerous medications on the market today, but for many individuals it is possible to lower cholesterol naturally rather than with drugs. Currently more than 60% of adults over the age of 45 suffer some form of heart or blood related issues, including high cholesterol. To ensure this does not lead to a shorter life or a poorer quality of life, the following steps can be taken:

Regular Exercise

The use of regular exercise to lower cholesterol naturally has been supported for decades as an effective alternative to pharmaceuticals. Something as simple as walking 30 minutes a night can significantly reduce cholesterol levels in the adult body while 30 minutes of full aerobic exercise 3-4 times a week is ideal for the optimum reduction in LDL and HDL levels.

Low Fat Diet

In conjunction with regular exercise, a low fat diet that contains less than 30% fat with as close to zero saturated fats as possible can help lower cholesterol naturally. Reading labels to ensure you receive the most accurate information as well is recommended as many labels are intentionally misleading. Anything pre-packaged, frozen foods, non-skim dairy products, and red meats, along with any high fat snacks or junk foods are all considered bad additions to a diet designed to reduce cholesterol.

Adding the Right Foods

Foods that are high in fiber, contain lots of garlic, fish oil, or soy, or that are rich in whole grains are considered highly effective in both stopping the effects of high cholesterol and reducing your existing levels. Fresh fruits and vegetables, beans, and whole grains are all good sources of these foods and should be integrated into a lower cholesterol diet as much as possible.

What foods specifically lower cholesterol?  So glad you asked!

Foods that Lower LDL Cholesterol

There are a number of foods which are believed to significantly lower LDL cholesterol. Fiber-rich foods are said to be particularly beneficial and will not only lower ‘bad’ cholesterol, but also help the bowel to function properly, lowering the risk of colon and bowel cancer. There are many other foods that can help the body fight back against these dangerous deposits.

Fiber-rich foods, particularly oat bran, barley and wheat bran. They can be eaten as a cereal for breakfast and sprinkled onto other foods. Pearl barley can be added to soups. Apples and pears also have considerable amounts of soluble fiber and should be enjoyed on a daily basis.

Beans and pulses are high in fiber and low-fat. They also contain lecithin, a nutrient that lowers cholesterol. Try to incorporate kidney, fava, borlotti and other dried whole-foods into your diet; there are many different types of lentils and pulses that are delicious in soups and stews.

Avocado contains prolific amounts of monounsaturated fat, which helps to reduce LDL cholesterol and has many other health benefits including anti-cancer properties.

Raw carrots are rich in a fiber called pectin that is renowned for minimizing cholesterol. There are a number of fruits that also contain pectin, including; apples, citrus fruits, strawberries, raspberries and other red or black berries.

Shitake mushrooms are widely used by the Japanese and include a compound called lentinan, which not only lowers cholesterol, but is also thought to be anti-cancerous and may help to boost the immune system.

Garlic is a super food and is well known for its blood-thinning properties. It also contains a substance allicin which is thought to prevent the body retaining LDL cholesterol and research has shown that the equivalent of one clove per day can lessen ‘bad’ cholesterol by 10-15% in the majority of people.

Root ginger has been used in Chinese medicine for centuries and has numerous health benefits. It can be added to stir-fry’s (using healthy sesame oil) and other vegetable dishes.

Nuts are naturally high in omega-3 fatty acids and are known to significantly reduce blood cholesterol; walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts and almonds are especially beneficial.

Sesame seeds are rich in phytosterols. These compounds are said to substantially lessen LDL cholesterol. Other foods containing phytosterols include; celery, lettuce, asparagus, spinach, tomatoes, ginger, squash and strawberries.

Safflower, canola, soybean, and olive oil are monounsaturated and are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Research indicates that they can decrease atherosclerotic plaque by up to 15% when eaten regularly.

Salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel contain considerable amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which have many health benefits and are essential for brain and eye function.

Prunes are a wonderful source of antioxidants and fiber, which is known to reduce LDL cholesterol.

Alfalfa sprouts contain a substance called saponin, which is thought to obstruct and inhibit the formation of atherosclerotic plaque in the arteries.

If you have high cholesterol or a family tendency towards atherosclerosis it is best to avoid processed and prepared foods, fried food, food containing animal fats or animal products, high-fat dairy products and food containing either saturated fat or trans fats. Research has revealed the key to lowering LDL cholesterol is a healthy, balanced diet that incorporates plenty of soluble fiber and at least five portions of fruit or vegetables a day. This combined with regular cardiovascular exercise should help keep the heart healthy and provide numerous other health benefits as well.

Supplements

Supplements can also be added to help lower cholesterol naturally. To boost fiber and fatty acid intake, supplements such as Omega-3 in flax seed oil or fish oil along with garlic extracts have been shown to significantly lower cholesterol naturally and without any side effects. Found over the counter in any drug store or natural health store, these supplements are easy to take or mix in with food for significant benefits to a low cholesterol diet.

May I suggest some supplemental all-natural products which help lower cholesterol – Omega 369 and Fiber Balance.

Omega 369 is an ideal formula of Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 essential fatty acids (EFAs), the “good fats” that help support brain and heart, and maintain good health; EFAs contribute to processing of the cell membranes which help your cardiovascular system in balance.

Our Everyday Health Benefits From Omega 369:                                  Omega 369 -- 5.27.13

•  Help reduce inflammation in the body.

•  Help your cardiovascular system in balance.

•  Strengthens body.

•  Supports healthy heart.

•  Optimizes well being.

Our Everyday Health Benefits From Fiber Balance:

The Fiber Balance formula contains all the benefits of our prior fiber products but now Ardyss has provided additional ingredients such as Chromium, Green Tea, and Panax Ginseng , ingredients that may support glucose metabolism.* In addition, there is no added sugar to keep your glycemic levels in mind!

• Helps maintain cholesterol levels that are in normal range*                 Bring Your Life Into Balance

• Promotes digestive health*

• Strengthens natural resistance and immune system*

• Supports glucose metabolism*

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A Vitamin Alert: Just How B6 Is Important Among the B Vitamins?

When most people hear the word “anemia,” they immediately think of iron. But a shortage of Vitamin B6 can also cause a type of anemia because this vitamin is vital to the healthy generation of hemoglobin in the blood of a normal, healthy person.

When most people hear the word “anemia,” they immediately think of iron. But a shortage of Vitamin B6 can also cause a type of anemia because this vitamin is vital to the healthy generation of hemoglobin in the blood of a normal, healthy person. You may also associate Vitamin B6 with sugar diabetes, and that’s because one of the important functions of this vitamin is to regulate the amount of sugar in the blood.

Vitamin B6 is also known as pyridoxine. You may not have heard of many people who were found to have a serious Vitamin B6 deficiency, and there’s a good reason for that. B6 is so readily available in so many foods that it’s a fairly simple matter to get your daily recommended allowances of this vitamin.

A Brief History of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine

In the 1930’s Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine was discovered during nutrition studies on rats.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is a water-soluble compound, which in 1934 Paul Gyorgy, a Hungarian physician, discovered was able to cure a skin disease on rats.  In 1945, Snell showed two forms of Vitamin B6 – Pyridoxal and Pyridozamine.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine was named to indicate Vitamin B6’s structural homology to Pyridine.

Basic Explanation Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine

Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine, Pyridoxal and Pyridozamine are all precursors of pyridoxal 5-phosphate (PLP).  PLP plays a role as a cofactor of many essential enzymes in the human body.  Those enzymes which are dependent on PLP will use a wide variety of chemical reactions – most of which involve amino acids.  These reactions include those of amino acid metabolism, transamination, deamination and decarboxylation.  PLP is a necessary part of the enzymatic reaction which governs the release of glucoxe and glycogen.

Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine, Pyridoxal, and Pyridozamine are all precursors of pyridoxal 5-phosphate (PLP). PLP plays a role as a cofactor of many essential enzymes in the human body. Those enzymes which are dependent on PLP will use a wide variety of chemical reactions—most of which involve amino acids. These reactions include those of amino acid metabolism, transamination, deamination, and decarboxylation. PLP is a necessary part of the enzymatic reaction which governs the release of glucose and glycogen.

Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is also involved in macronutrient metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, histamine synthesis, hemoglobin synthesis  and gene and function expression.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine metabolism takes place in the liver.

Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is needed for more than 100 enzymes involved in protein metabolism.  Red blood cells need Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine in order to metabolize.  The immune systems and nervous systems also depend on Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine for proper functionality.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is also needed for the conversion of Tryptophan to Niacin.

The oxygen in the red blood cells is carried to tissues by Hemoglobin.  The body cannot make Hemoglobin without Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine.  Not only does the body need Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine to make Hemoglobin, but Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine will help Hemoglobin to carry more oxygen.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is important to the immune system because it is involved in protein metabolism and cellular growth.  The health of the immune system is based on the health of white blood cells, the body way of naturally fighting off viruses and infections.  Having the proper amount of vitamins and minerals in the body is very important for the proper growth of white blood cells.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is an important part to the construction of white blood cells.

The maintenance of blood glucose is also tied to Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine helps keep blood glucose within a normal healthy range.  When the body senses a drop in calorie intake, Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine will be used to help convert stored carbohydrates and other stored nutrients into glucose to maintain a normal blood sugar level.

Sources Of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine

Some of the common sources of B6 include:  poultry, fish, beans, and some fruits and vegetables. Some more specific high Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine food items include: baked potato with skin, ready-to-eat cereal which is 100% fortified, banana raw, chicken breast — meat only, barbanzo beans, oatmeal, pork loin — lean only, rainbow trout, sunflower seeds, spinach, tomato juice, avocado, sockeye salmon, tuna — canned in water, peanut butter, walnuts, wheat bran —unprocessed, soy beans, and lima beans.

Naturally, cereals that are fortified with vitamins are excellent sources and many provide 100 percent of the body’s need for cereal.

Three raw bananas also provide a full day’s supply of the necessary Vitamin B6. A medium baked potato (including the potato skin) provides about one-third of the daily requirement. Evaluating the foods rich in this vitamin reveals that many people are already meeting the daily requirements for B6.

Why Is It Important To Have A Sufficient Amount Of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine?

There are many reasons why Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is important to the human body.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is one of the essential nutrients for human health.  Not having enough Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine will not only lead to a lack of medical health benefits, but it will also lead to many health problems associated with Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine deficiency.

For those people who are looking to lose weight it is very important to have the proper level of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine in one’s diet.  There have been many studies linked to the pivotal relationship between a person’s blood sugar level and a person’s metabolism.  When the body senses it doesn’t have enough food it will slow down its metabolism, and make it more difficult to lose weight.  The body senses this lack of food based on its blood sugar level.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is one of the key elements which help to regulate the blood sugar in the body.  Not having enough Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine will lead to a lowering of the body’s blood sugar level, and that will lead to a lowering of a person’s metabolism.  Taking large amounts of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine will not help a person to raise their metabolism, however, not having enough will lead to serious problems for anyone who is looking to drop extra weight.

So what are the dangers of having too little Vitamin B6 in your daily diet? Recent studies suggest that a lack of this vitamin is a factor for determining the risk of stroke and some types of heart disease. That means that people with deficiencies are more likely to suffer from these health issues than their counterparts who are getting sufficient amounts of Vitamin B6.

Depression is another problem potentially impacted by a Vitamin B6 deficiency. Though there may be some difference of opinion as to the role and the importance of B6 and depression, there appears to be a link that can’t be denied. In fact, depression is listed by some as one of the symptoms of insufficient Vitamin B6 in the diet.

There are some risks of taking too much B6. Nerves – especially in the outer extremities – are sometimes damaged by overdosing the body on vitamin B6. In the majority of cases, simply eliminating any vitamin supplements appears to eliminate the nerve problems as well. It’s unlikely that a normal person can take in enough Vitamin B6 from a normal diet to cause toxicity at this level, and more likely that these severe effects of too much B6 are caused by taking too many vitamin supplements containing B6.

How To Get Enough Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine In Your Diet

It is recommended that a person eat a diet rich in green vegetables, fruits and lean meats.  A diet which is well balanced should provide a person with the proper amount of vitamins and nutrients, including Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine.  Yet, there are very few people who have the time to eat a recommended daily diet.  Instead many people are eating too many processed food which are lacking in essential vitamins and minerals.

Supplementing a diet with a good daily multivitamin is an excellent way to ensure the proper amount of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine in any diet.  Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine is water-soluble which means it is difficult for the human body to store.  The body must replenish its supply of Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine daily.

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Dietary Fiber – For Diabetes, Heart and General Health

Whether its for weight loss, diabetes, or heart health, dietary fiber is a great way to improve your health. But not all fiber will help you achieve your goals in these areas. Find out what types of fiber you need to control your blood sugar levels, prevent cancer, and improve your cholesterol level Most people understand the importance of dietary fiber in their diet.

Much has been said about its importance in heart health, diabetes, cancer prevention, and even weight control. What is less well understood is how different types of fiber effect the body. Some provide fecal bulk, some are absorbed more quickly into the blood stream than others, and thus raise blood sugar levels more quickly, and yet others provide benefits to the heart. Thus, despite the apparent simplicity, fiber is a complex topic. And whilst all types of fiber are important, if you are looking at preventing or managing specific conditions, its not enough to just look at the total dietary fiber as written on food packaging.

Dietary fiber is broadly classified into soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber is fermented in the colon, and plays a role in slowing the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream. It also encourages the growth of the ‘friendly’ bacteria that help break down bile, and are involved in the creation of B vitamins like folic acid, niacin, and pyridoxine.

Insoluble fiber, on the other hand, acts a bit like an intestinal broom. It provides bulk to the stools, and makes sure they pass through easily and quickly. This is the type of fiber that keeps you ‘regular’, not insoluble fiber. Insoluble fiber does provide a feeling of fullness, however. This makes it great for weight loss and controlling hunger. It also keeps blood sugar levels more stable, although research into the rate at which carbohydrates enter the bloodstream have found there to be some significant differences within the foods that make up the fiber group.

Dietary fiber can thus be rated by its Glycemic Index, which effectively ranks fiber foods with each other on a relative scale. The idea is to try and include more low gylcemic index foods. Foods with a high glycemic index cause blood sugar levels to spike, providing too much energy to the blood in the form of carbohydrates, which in turn sets off the body’s sugar controlling hormone – insulin. You thus get a ‘high’ followed by a sudden drop. This in turn leads the body to want more carbohydrates to balance itself again, leading to cravings and overeating, as well as tiredness and moodiness.

Low glycemic index foods include lentils, chickpeas, baked beans, fruit loaf, salmon sushi, barley, milk, low fat custard, soy milk, yoghurt (not diet yoghurt), apples, strawberries, grapes, spaghetti, peas, carrots, fructose, strawberry jam, and chocolate milk. Moderate glycemic index foods include pea soup, rye bread, porridge, muesli, ice cream, bananas, pineapple, kiwi fruit, new potatoes, beetroot, white sugar, honey, and mars bars.

High glycemic index foods include broad beans, bagels, white bread, brown rice, watermelon, udon noodles, desiree, pontiac and sebago potatoes, and glucose. We need both soluble and insoluble fiber, however. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that in a group of 6000 French men and women, those with the highest levels of soluble and insoluble fiber in their diet had a lower risk of being overweight, a lower risk of having blood pressure problems, cholesterol problems, and they had better levels of triacylglycerols and homocysteine. The last two are measure3 of heart health.

Fiber from cereals was linked to lower body fat, lower blood pressure, and lower levels of homocysteine. Those with a higher intake of vegetables, also a source of fiber, had lower blood pressure and lower homocysteine levels. Fiber from fresh fruit was associated with a lower waist to hip ratio (good news for dieters!), and lower blood pressure. And fiber from dried fruit, nuts, and seeds (like sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds) was also linked to a lower waist to hip ratio, lower body fat, and a better fasting glucose concentration. Fasting glucose relates to having a steady level of glucose between meals. If it dips too low, we crave things, often sweets. Fiber has another interesting benefit.

In people with type 2 diabetes, it has been found to lower the levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol, and increase the levels of ‘good’ cholesterol. It has already been established that fiber supplements will lower the levels of bad cholesterol in people, whether they have diabetes or not. But this new study found that fiber supplements also decreased the reabsorption of cholesterol from meals. To get this benefit, it is important to time taking the fiber supplement in synch with meals. The study participants took a fiber supplement drink before mealtimes, and this ensured that the fiber was in the intestines when the meal was being eaten. The people in the study participated for 90 days and their average age was 59 years old.

We have two all natural products we would like to recommend: FIBER BALANCE

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The Fiber Balance formula contains all the benefits of our prior fiber products but now Ardyss has provided additional ingredients such as Chromium, Green Tea, and Panax Ginseng , ingredients that may support glucose metabolism.* In addition, there is no added sugar to keep your glycemic levels in mind! Our Everyday Health Benefits:

FIBER BALANCE

Bring Your Life Into Balance

The Fiber Balance formula contains all the benefits of our prior fiber products but now Ardyss has provided additional ingredients such as Chromium, Green Tea, and Panax Ginseng , ingredients that may support glucose metabolism.* In addition, there is no added sugar to keep your glycemic levels in mind!

Our Everyday Health Benefits:

  • • Helps maintain cholesterol levels that are in normal range*
  • • Promotes digestive health*
  • • Strengthens natural resistance and immune system*
  • • Supports glucose metabolism*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease.

  • • Helps maintain cholesterol levels that are in normal range*
  • • Promotes digestive health*
  • • Strengthens natural resistance and immune system*
  • • Supports glucose metabolism*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure or prevent any disease.

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References:    

1.   Australian Healthy Food, November 2005                                                                                       2.   nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?id=64759                                                                                   3.   nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?id=57887                                                                                 4.   nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?id=64462                                                                                  5.  nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?id=59737

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