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Bran

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Bran – Prostate Cancer The second leading cause of cancer death among men would have to be prostate cancer; a primary disease of aging. Men in their thirties and forties rarely develop this type of cancer, but the chances increase steadily after the age of fifty. To help prevent this disease from happening, consume foods that are a good source of protein, bran for...

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Bone Broth Protein

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Bone Broth Protein

Bone Broth Protein (Epigenetic Lab’s Bone Broth Protein) – Strong Joints, Muscles, Skin, Hair and Nails   The proprietary formula of essential bone broth nutrients has all the protein and co-factors. Protein is considered to be your body’s building blocks and some of its benefits include promoting gut health and boosts your immune system to protect you from diseases. In addition, the following are also found within protein:   Amino Acids Collagen Type II Glucosamine Chondroitin Hyaluronic Acid In addition, bone broth protein also helps strengthen your joints and muscles, as well as give you strong and even healthier skin, hair and even your nails. Also, it helps regulate your metabolism to help maintain a healthy...

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Buah Merah

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Buah Merah

Buah Merah – Diabetes Mellitus (Diabetes) Diabetes Mellitus, also known as just diabetes, is a number of metabolic illnesses in which a person has high levels of blood sugar, possibly because the body doesn’t produce enough insulin to keep normal blood glucose levels or even whenever cells don’t react properly to blood insulin. To help manage your diabetes, you need to have proper weight management, diet and exercise. You can also try out the traditional treatment by using insulin injections as well. For the recovery process, it could be aided simply with buah merah oil due to it containing both vitamin E and tocopherol. The tocopherol content in buah merah will enhance pancreatic functions that discharge insulin. To fully maximize the benefits of red fruit oil, a diabetes sufferer is advised to not consume foods that triggers diabetes; foods that usually contain carbohydrates and excessive sugars.   Buah Merah – Osteoporosis Buah merah is also rich in calcium and has about 55,000mg for each 100 grams. It helps provide the bones with that much-needed calcium that will help prevent osteoporosis, that’s mainly brought about by a lack of calcium.   Buah Merah – Eye Disorders The high beta-carotene content in buah merah can easily resolve many different kinds of eye illnesses brought about by a lack of vitamin A. In addition, beta-carotene is also soaked up and refined within the body into vitamin A.   Buah Merah – Increase Passion and Fertility Red fruit, in accordance with the people who consume it, it may help enhance male sexual sexual arousal. The results of the therapy can be different depending on who tries it; however, there have been cases that red fruit works just after 15 minutes of consumption. On the other hand, there are others who showed results a few hours after consumption. In addition, the vitamin E content found in red fruit also increases sperm manufacturing and it also contains higher energy, specifically 360 calories. Also, red fruit is believed t deal with gastric illnesses, hemorrhoids and even lung disorders.   Buah Merah – Improve Intelligence The omega-3 and omega-6 content found in red fruit can easily promote brain functions and it can also improve cleverness. Plus, red fruit can also be consumed by kids for this reason alone.   Buah Merah (Red Fruit) – Hepatitis Hepatits is a condition in which inflammation happens within the liver due to viruses, and it’s further divided into different types; hepatitis A, B and C. When not handled properly, hepatitis may develop into liver cancer (sorosis). The best cure for hepatitis is red fruit for it is overflowing with antioxidants that helps prevent the formation of cancer cells and it also helps in the rapid regeneration of liver cells.   Buah Merah (Red Fruit) – High Cholesterol High cholesterol levels within the blood vessels, especially triglycerides and also HDL (high density lipoprotein), can result in calcification as well as thinning of blood vessels within the heart, brain and also in the kidneys. In addition, the trigger can be foods that contain too much saturated fatty acids. To help you eliminate the problem at hand, consuming red fruit juice is recommended. Red fruit has the ability to counteract the cholesterol within the blood vessels.   Buah Merah (Red Fruit) – Lupus Lupus...

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Butcher’s Broom

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Butcher’s Broom

Butcher’s Broom (Ruscus Aculeatus) Butcher’s broom is a medicinal herb that’s native to the Mediterranean region of the word. It was once popular for making brooms in the old days, now it provides a myriad of modern medicinal benefits. This herb is widely used in Europe and in the United States, and it’s been proven that the herb’s potential for treating a variety of circulatory and inflammatory conditions. How does it work? Butcher’s broom works by activating the receptors that help stimulate the release or noradrenaline to help increase vascular tone and constrict blood vessels. This constriction helps to get the blood moving and reduce pooling. In addition, Butcher’s broom also contains flavonoids that also support normal blood circulation and help strengthen the blood vessels. Does Butcher’s broom support the circulatory system? Botanical extracts like Butcher’s broom help support healthy circulatory system function and help improve symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. Swelling of the legs (edema) is a major, problematic symptom of chronic venous insufficiency. Some of its constituents include: Ascorbic-Acid Beta-Carotene Calcium Chromium Chrysophanic-Acid Cobalt Fiber Glycolic-Acid Iron Magnesium Manganese Miacin Phosphorus Potassium Riboflavin Ruscogenin Rutin Selenium Thiamin Butcher’s broom usually comes in tablet form, though you can also get it in suppository, ointment, liquid and capsule forms.   Butcher’s Broom – Gallstones and Atherosclerosis “Hardening of the Arteries” Butcher’s broom is a plant and its roots are used to make medicine. It’s often used for hemorrhoids, gallstones, atherosclerosis (“hardening of the arteries”), and for the other symptoms of poor blood circulation (such as pain, heaviness, leg cramps, leg swelling, varicose veins, itching and swelling). Sometimes, Butcher’s broom is used as a laxative and as a diuretic to help increase urine output, reduce swelling and to hasten the healing of fractures. In some cultures, the roots are also consumed in the same way as asparagus. How does it work? The chemicals found in Butcher’s broom may cause the blood vessels to either narrow or constrict. It may also help improve blood circulation in the legs by preventing the blood from “pooling” in the veins.   Butcher’s Broom – Poor Circulation/Blood Circulation Butcher’s broom is a traditional remedy for varicose veins and other circulatory conditions. It has the ability to ease leg pain caused by poor blood circulation and other related symptoms (including swelling, itching, cramping, heaviness, tension and numbness). Other than poor circulation, irregular heart rhythm and other heart related problems can also be cured with butcher’s broom.   Butcher’s Broom – Chronic Venous Insufficiency Butcher’s broom is approved by the German Commission for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency. Chronic venous insufficiency is a condition causing pain, swelling, and fatigue in the calves that’s associated with the varicose veins, and hemorrhoids. In addition, butcher’s broom is a good herbal remedy for those suffering from restless leg syndrome based on its medicinal properties.   Butcher’s Broom – Hemorrhoids Topical ointments and suppositories made with butcher’s broom provide relief when dabbed onto the itchy, painful hemorrhoids. When taken internally, the herb can also expedite the body’s healing process. In addition, applying liquidated butcher’s broom extract directly on to the affected area provides immediate relief of symptoms. Hemorrhoids and varicose veins are commonly associated with a loss of blood vessel integrity. Thus, supplementing with herbs (such as chestnut and butcher’s...

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Burdock

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Burdock

Burdock – Urinary Tract Infections Due to the moderate antibacterial actions of burdock, it’s also considered an ideal cure for urinary tract infections as well.   Burdock – Fever and Headaches Burdock root helps treat fever, as well as with several other types of headaches.   Burdock – Infections Burdock root helps neutralize as well as eliminate poison inside the body. It’s also often utilized for both fungal and even viral infections which may include the following: Urinary Tract Infections Acne Ringworm In addition, it has anti-bacterial qualities which help encourage wound healing as well as assist in treating ulcers.   Burdock – Diabetes Burdock has properties that help protect you from diabetes. Some of its most effective content is found on the root that contains inulin. Inulin is a soluble and prebiotic fiber that helps improve digestion and lower blood sugar levels, making it a great choice for people who’re truing to naturally manage their blood sugar.   Burdock – Cancer Burdock has arctigenin (a lignan located in some plants in the Asteraceae Family) including greater burdock (Arctium Lappa). Greater burdock has been proven to ward off cancer by selectively blocking the proliferation of cancer cells and by inhibiting the production as well (NPAT proteins). Therefore crippling the cancer’s ability to multiply and reproduce. In addition, it was also found that arctigenin was a cancer-specific phytochemical that killed human cancer cells in the lungs, liver and in the stomach.   Burdock – Enlarged Spleen Burdock not only cleanses your blood, it also cleans and protects the spleen. It can help the spleen due to it improving the blood quality as well as liver health, circulation and combats inflammation. Improving these four factors would have a positive effect on the spleen.   Burdock – Tonsillitis Burdock root is helpful in treating tonsillitis because of the following: Increases wound healing Lowers Inflammation Helps relieves coughs, sore throat and pain Type of Request: Website...

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Blueberries / Blueberry

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Blueberries / Blueberry

Blueberries/Blueberry – Prostate Cancer There are food products available for you to ward off cancer from your body, one of which are blueberries. Therefore, have your fill of blueberries and prevent cancer from happening.   Blueberries/Blueberry – Whole Body Antioxidant Support, Cardiovascular Benefits, Cognitive Benefits, Blood Sugar Benefits, Eye Health, Cancer You can help prevent cardiovascular problems from happening, improve your cognitive functions, lower your blood sugar, promote eye health, give your body antioxidants and, most of all, prevent cancer – all with the power of blueberries.   All you need to do is to follow this juice recipe: Ingredients 6 ounces of blueberries 1 medium-sized beet (quartered) 2 cups of kale ¼ cup of peeled lemon ½ inch of peeled fresh ginger piece Procedure: Scrub the beet well (cut the leafy tops, keep the skin on and cut it into quarters) Peel the lemon and ginger Place all ingredients to a juicer (one at a time) Peel both the ginger and the lemon Add all the ingredients one by one inside the juicer   Blueberries/Blueberry – Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer, Esophageal Cancer, Cancers of the Small Intestine Blueberries are also a potent food product to consume for prevention against certain kinds of cancer. Intake of such helps kill breast cancer and the following as well: Colon Cancer Esophageal Cancer Cancers of the Small Intestine In addition, the components of blueberries make it possible for cancer prevention. The following are some of the known components of blueberries: Anthocyanins Malvidins, Delphindins, Pelargonidins, Cyanidins, Peonidins Hydroxybenzonic Acids Gallic Acids, Procatchuic Acids Flavonoids Kaempferol, Quercetin, Myricetin Other phenol-related phytonutrients Pterostilbene Resveratrol   Blueberries/Blueberry – Inflammation Blueberries are among the most antioxidant-rich foods found on the planet. They have the ability to work overtime to protect your body from free radical damage (thus reducing inflammation and...

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Blackberries / Blackberry

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Blackberries / Blackberry

Blackberries/Blackberry – Inflammation Berries are considered to be the most antioxidant-rich foods on the planet. It works overtime to help protect your body from damage caused by free radicals, thus reducing inflammation and pain. Aside from blackberries, there are also other berries available to help you ward of inflammation in your systems, such as cherries, raspberries, strawberries, cranberries, blueberries, and pomegranates.   Blackberries/Blackberry – Antioxidants For the Cherokee Indians, blackberries have been considered a long-known remedy for calming an upset stomach. In addition, the antioxidant properties of such help promote heart health and boost the immune system. These are some of the uses of blackberries: Blackberry Tea: Used to lower swelling in the joints Blackberry Leaves: Chewing on the leaves can help soothe sore gums Blackberry Root: Mixed with either honey or maple syrup, blackberry makes for an all-natural cough...

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Black Walnut

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Black Walnut

Black Walnut – Antibacterial, Antiviral, Antiparasitic, Fungicide, Safest Worming Agents Offered By the Plant World Walnuts is considered to be a good source of serotonin; an essential hormone needed in maintaining a healthy emotional balance, lack of such in the brain is thought to be the cause of depression. In addition, walnut is also the best source for omega-3 fatty acids. Having the right balance of omega-3 fatty acids in the diet helps lower inflammation and may help reduce the risks of heart disease, cancer and auto-immune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis. One variety of walnut – namely, the black walnut – has additional health benefits compared to the regular walnut. Herbalists are mostly interested in the bark, leaves and the nut husks as it holds most of the health benefits. In addition, black walnut is used to treat ringworm, yeast and candida infections. Also, the hulls of walnuts contain juglone; the chemical that holds the black walnut’s antibacterial, antiviral, antiparasitic and fungicide compound. As a worming agent, black walnut is unquestionably one of the best and safest worming agents available. However, it can be toxic if not used with proper care, caution, and training.  Also, it’s a herb that’s best reserved for use by experienced...

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Black Tea

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Black Tea

Black Tea – Asthma Black tea is considered to be one of the best sources of Quercetin. This mineral is essential for people who want to prevent or to even cure...

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Bone Broth

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Bone Broth

Bone Broth – Treat Leaky Gut Syndrome, Overcome Food Intolerances and Allergies, Improve Joint Health, Reduce Cellulite, Boosts Immune System Chicken soup isn’t just good for the soul. There’s a reason why most doctors and even mothers recommend you to have a bowl of chicken soup when you’re feeling under the weather. The chicken bone broth present in this dish has been staples in the traditional diets of every culture out there and is one of the bases of all fine cuisine – this includes beef, fish, lamb and more bone broths. In addition, bone broths are also known to be nutrient-dense, easy to digest, rich in flavor and they can even boost the body’s self-healing capabilities. Moreover, during the ancient times, bone broth was a way for people to use every part of an animal. The bones and marrow, skin and feet, tendons and ligaments that you can’t normally eat directly can be boiled and then simmered over a period of days. This simmering can actually cause the bones and ligaments to release healing compounds such as collagen, proline, glycine and glutamine. When consumed, these compounds have the power to improve your overall health. Also, bone broth can help treat the following:   Leaky Gut Syndrome Food Intolerances and Allergies Joint Problems Cellulite Immunity problems   Bone Broth – Asthma and Arthritis Bone broth has also been proven to boost the immune system and heal a myriad of disorders that can affect the overall health of the person. These disorders include all types of allergies, asthma and arthritis.   Bone Broth – 3 Critical Factors to Get the Most Out Of Bone Broth There are 3 critical factors that you need to remember if you want to get the most out of bone broth, here they are: The most important factor of the three: bone broth is not something that you can easily buy from supermarkets and expect to have all of its health benefits. Plus, any so called “broth” you see on store shelves would likely contain large amounts of preservatives like MSG – and none of the nutrients contained in the healthy form of the bone broth. If you’re going to make bone broth at the comfort of your own home, it can take many hours and preparation to make it properly. One little detail people tend to miss in the process is roasting the bones used. This step not only gives the bones its flavor, but it also helps in the release of essential nutrients like proline, glucosamine, glycine and chondroitin sulfate. All of these are needed by the body to maintain optimal health. When making your own bone broth, not adding vegetables and herbs will significantly lower the potency of your broth. One fatal flaw a lot of people make when starting to use bone broth is not adding a variety of herbs and veggies while cooking the broth. Adding beneficial herbs will help leverage all the great healing properties of the bone broth and enhances the potency of the broth (as well as the taste).   One must remember these 3 crucial factors if you want to make the most out of your bone broth. Bone broth is a potent healing solution that provides an incredibly concentrated amount of vitamins, minerals, amino acids...

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