In today’s email we’ll see, through peer-reviewed research, how ORAC can indeed offer a possible therapeutic window into the treatment and prevention of the diseases of aging. The current citations over the past couple of years relate to dietary antioxidants (polyphenolics) and in vivo antioxidant status and disease. Make sure you scroll down to the clinical notes for a practical application of the following research.
In a cross-sectional randomized intervention study of 41,620 men and women, a
In this study, positive associations were observed between dietary antioxidant
Our results show for the first time that the increase in the activity of the
This study indicates that combining flavonoids [1000mg quercetin, 400mg
We could site many more current scientific studies equating the power of polyphenolic compounds in food with the reduction of risk to the diseases of aging; and, the ORAC test is just one of many measures that must be used in tandum to determine the possible effectiveness of a particular fruit or vegetable.
Excellent research on flavonoids is at the leading edge of food science. The largest subgroup of healthful foods phenols are the flavonoids, which are then divided into six categories: Flavones (e.g., luteolin), Flavonols (e.g., quercetin), Flavonones (e.g., hesperetin), Flavanols (e.g., catechins), Isoflavones (e.g., genistein), and Anthocyanins (e.g., delphinidin). Using ORAC in conjunction with in vivo tests for oxidative stress, clearly makes the case for a return to a regular daily consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables that are grown in conditions that promote plants with high phenolic content. Of course, it is the research that supports and guides the therapeutic foods matrix of our products.
Consider the possible therapeutic benefits for a baby boomer patient from consuming one tsp. of the No. 7 Systemic Booster as their probiotic, along with 2 capsules of Phyto Power and 2 capsules of Cruciferous Sprout Complex. This enables one to efficiently and effectively bring in these precious phytonutrients into their body on a daily basis, as you help them to change their diet as well.
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Polar bears are the lands largest carnivores. A large male can weight 1500 lbs. The coat can range from pure white, to creamy yellow to light brown. And, under the coat their skin is black. Aren’t those paws amazing? They are a foot in diameter, well padded (with little bumps on each pad, like snow tires), with five toes and very effective long claws to grab onto the ice, to walruses and to itch the body—Mother Nature’s genius.
The 350.org National Tour on the man-made causes for the catastrophic climate changes we are experiencing begins this Wednesday night in Seattle. We’ll be there and give you a report next week. On Thursday the tour, entitled Do The Math, goes to Portland, on Friday to Berkeley, San Francisco and Palo Alto on Saturnday, LA on Sunday, then on to the East Coast and the rest of the USA. Check it out amd get involved!