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*******www.AbsoluteSanctuarySamui**** – 7 Secrets of Detoxification… free email course about weight loss, colon cleansing, and detoxification. Follow link above. Everyone LOVES the fruit in Thailand, but some people don’t realize that many Thai fruits also have wonderful healing properties. Today, let’s talk about noni! Noni is native to Asia and has been used for thousands of years, but just in the past 30 years has it gained international recognition as a powerful age-reversing anti-oxidant. Noni is a green, bumpy, ancient-looking fruit with a strong smell and taste that some people find difficult to endure. The fruit itself can be eaten, but most people ingest it quickly in juice form, often mixed with other juices to cut the taste. Noni juice is believed to have powerful anti-inflammatory properties and it boosts the immune system and helps the sick to recover more quickly. SAMUI DETOX FACILITY: *******www.absolutesanctuary****/facilities.html On Koh Samui, there are a few noni trees, and during certain times of the year, the fresh juice is available. When you visit, ask our detox specialist if noni is in season so you can try a couple shots of this potent healing nectar. RAW FOOD DETOX KOH SAMUI: *******absolutesanctuarysamui****/faq%20detox.html
3 Jun 2009
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Millions of British people are at risk of developing serious health conditions because of low vitamin D levels declares a new scientific review commissioned by the Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS). Despite the proven health benefits of vitamin D, about three quarters of British adults fail to reach even their basic requirements thanks to poor dietary intakes and a lack of sun in this country. Now nutrition experts are calling for the shortfall in our diets to be made up by improved dietary intakes and vitamin D supplementation. As studies show, supplementation has a guaranteed effect on vitamin D status. In this latest study review, called ‘Health Impacts of Vitamin D: Are We Getting Enough?’, independent researchers analysed the current evidence surrounding vitamin D. The aims were to identify the main health benefits associated with the vitamin and to explore issues surrounding optimal daily intakes. Leading dietitian, Dr Carrie Ruxton, and senior lecturer in Human Nutrition at Manchester Metropolitan University, Dr Emma Derbyshire, reviewed more than 100 published research papers relating to the potential power of vitamin D, mechanisms to explain its benefits, vitamin D intakes and recommendations. Their paper will be published in the June issue of Nutrition Bulletin, the journal of the British Nutrition Foundation. Scientific research suggests that vitamin D plays an important role in helping combat a host of serious health conditions, including cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis and immune disorders, as well as boosting bone health. Recent research work has linked vitamin D deficiency with a significantly increased risk of poor mental and physical health. Normally vitamin D is produced by the body following skin exposure to sunlight. However, the northern latitude of the UK means that adequate access to sunlight is only possible over 7 months of the year. During the winter months, there is simply not enough sunlight to stimulate our bodies to make vitamin D. An increased awareness of the risks of skin cancer has also limited typical skin sun exposure levels, as have cultural reasons for covering the skin. A regular intake of vitamin D-rich foods or a multivitamin rich in vitamin D can help enhance our skin production. Good food sources include oily fish, meat, fats and spreads, breakfast cereals, dairy products and eggs. However, consumption of many of these foods has declined in recent years. For example, in 1974, the average person bought 147g a week of butter compared with just 41g a week in 2007. Currently in the UK, there are no recommended intake levels of vitamin D for most adults. The European Union recommends a daily intake of 5µg (micrograms) for food labelling purposes, while the European Food Safety Authority suggests a maximum of 25µg a day for children and 50µg a day for 12 to 70 year olds. Dr Ruxton and Dr Derbyshire found that in the UK, 71 per cent of men and 78 per cent of women failed to reach even 5µg of vitamin D intake a day, with an average of just 3.7µg for men and 2.8µg for women. The recommended safe upper level in America, Australia and New Zealand is 80µg a day, but studies now suggest that levels of 500 to 1,000µg a day may well be safe. One study reported that to lower the risk of osteoporotic bone fractures, adults needed to take at least 55µg of vitamin D through diet, in addition to usual sun exposure. Commenting on the latest review commissioned by HSIS, Dr Ruxton says: “There is a growing body of literature to show that vitamin D is important for maintaining health and lowering the risk of some chronic diseases. A better vitamin D status appears to be linked with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and inflammatory conditions, and less cognitive impairment in older people. “Taking the evidence as a whole, a rather worrying picture emerges implying that British adults and children are at increased risk of chronic disease due to vitamin D insufficiency. We need to re-examine UK dietary recommendations for vitamin D, which were originally informed by research from the 1960s and 1970s. In particular, vitamin D recommendations for those unlikely to achieve sufficient sun exposure, or those with particular health needs, need to be addressed. “We also need to address declining intakes of foods rich in vitamin D. Most people are still failing to eat enough oily fish or low fat dairy foods which are useful sources of the vitamin. Vitamin supplementation such as taking a daily multivitamin rich in vitamin D could play a useful role in addressing low vitamin D intakes as studies show they help boost vitamin D levels in the blood. Not everyone gets all the nutrients they need from their diet so a multivitamin containing vitamin D can be a good insurance policy while long-term dietary changes are being made.” For more information on vitamins and minerals visit www.HSIS*******.
5 Jun 2009
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Dr. Pompa and Warren discuss the hottest topic in most chiropractic clinics Pain and Pain Management getting to the cause when adjustments and diet shifts are not enough? Dr. Pompa tells us the cause of most pain including those by induced inflammation / inflammatory. True Pain Management in the body can be addressed through supplements like inflamatone omega synergy by Designs for Health, Detoxification and Spinal Care. What to do? Ask Dr. Pompa and get checked for toxins and spinal alignment and get to the cause and stop covering symptoms.
10 Jun 2009
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Turmeric (Curcuma longa) family of Zingiberaceae) a Perennial herbal plant, native to India and known as Haldi. The herbal preparations are derived from the plant's yellowish-orange root, which is also used as a dye. Tumeric, prime component of curry powders, used as a spice to flavour many types of food. Turmeric / Curcumin, used in the treatment of arthritis. Therapeuticaly, Turmeric is about half as effective as corticosteroids, but without the bad side effects. Indiscriminate use of Tumeric, can cause fluid retention and bloatedness, raised blood pressure, intestinal bleeding, ulcer formation and increase the risk of osteoporosis. Turmeric has been used for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory agent in the treatment of sprains, cramps, bruises, and muscle pain. A variety of beneficial results in the treatment of Alzheimer's , arthritis, asthma, athlete's foot, boils, bursitis, breast cancer, colon cancer, cataracts, colic, bronchitis, coughs and colds, dermatitis, diarrhoea, eczema, epilepsy, fever, haemorrhage, haemorrhoids, itching, ringworm. fibrosis's, gallstones, gas, hardening of the arteries, heart disease, Gallbladder problems, hepatitis, indigestion, infections, lack of appetite, scabies, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, inflammation of the eyes,intestinal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, jaundice, lack of menstruation, lymph gland problems, menstrual pain, morning sickness, psoriasis, sprains, ulcers, wounds, yeast infections. In Ayurvedic medicine considered the king of spices. The bitter spice helps cleanse the liver, purify the blood, kills parasites in the intestines and liver fluke., promote good digestion and elimination. Taken orally, turmeric is a favourite folk remedy for infections and parasites of the stomach and the intestines. Turmeric is a traditional remedy for jaundice and other liver ailments. It has also been used along with lentils as a skin cleanser. The principal chemical component of turmeric is curcumin. well known as a liver detoxifier. Curcumin, is a powerful antioxidant, combats viral infection, cancer, and arthritis. Turmeric stimulates the gallbladder for bile production, and scavenges free radicals. Curcumin prevents alcohol and other toxins from being converted into compounds that may be harmful to the liver It is a true favourite amongst Ayurvedic practitioners as an ingredient as a liver detoxifier and treating Sclerosis of the Liver. Topical applications have been used to promote the healing of wounds and skin conditions, used as household remedy, a poultice made from turmeric mixed with slaked lime and applied to the affected parts. Nelson Brunton www.naturalhealingcentre.blogspot****. naturalhealingcentretalktalk****.
14 Jun 2009
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Miss Dike a Nigerian lady thanked the medical staff of India for her mother’s eye vitrectomy surgery at Mumbai. She says that even after going to Abuja at the biggest eye surgery clinic of Nigeria the doctors there were not able to fulfil the surgery expectations plus it was getting difficult to get an expensive treatment at western destinations at this hour Miss Dike chose to get her mother eye vitrectomy surgery at Mumbai in India where the best kind of medical recuperation, cost effective hospitality and inland travel facilities were provided. The procedure of eye vitrectomy surgery may be performed to clear blood and debris from the eye, to remove scar tissues, or to alleviate traction on the retina. Blood, inflammatory cells, debris, and scar tissue obscure light as it passes through the eye to the retina, resulting in blurred vision. The vitreous is also removed if it is pulling or tugging the retina from its normal position. You can enjoy the best medical recuperation facilities for your eye vitrectomy surgery in India can provide the best healthcare provisions at an affordable price that will pleasantly surprise you. And the expertise, friendliness and caring support provided by the doctors and nurses is world renowned. Know more about reduced price eye vitrectomy surgery in India at www.forerunnershealthcare**** or mail us at enquiryforerunnershealthcare****
11 Jul 2009
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The researchers at Xtend-Life have focused their expertise on improving the anti-inflammatory properties of the Omega 3 /DHA Fish Oil with amazing success. Soft Gel Omega 3 DHA Fish Oil.
11 Jul 2009
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*******wwww.StopYourBackPain**** - Suffer from back pain? Discover natural food alternatives to anti-inflammatory drugs!
16 Jul 2009
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*******www.drlarsen**** Eliminate arthritis pain without the use of drugs or surgery. Find out why taking anti-inflammatory drugs creates more arthritis forest lake chiropractor chiropractic dr brant larsen arthritis chronic pain applied kinesiology
22 Aug 2009
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*******Exfuze-Exfuse**** | Exfuze Health Drink We've all seen them on the market: Mangosteen, Noni, Gogi , Acai, all have a proven track records of positive effects on your health, but how do you know which one to choose? The answer...all of them! Don't worry, I'm not telling you to go out and spend over $100 on the before mentioned health drinks, no way! What we have done, what sets us apart from all the others, is that we have taken the top seven most powerful ingredients and combined them to make Exfuze Plus. Exfuze Plus contains powerful extracts, never concentrates of these 7 quality ingredients: 1. Acai - loaded with antioxidants, amino acids, essential omegas, fibers and proteins. Some of the health benefits associated with the acai berry are: increase in sustained energy, healthy cholesterol support, improvement of digestive system, strengthening immune system, among others. Oprah's website described acai as "one of the most nutritious and powerful foods in the world...", while the book, The Perricone Promise, calls it the "nature's perfect energy fruit." 2. Fucoidan - Called by many the "Natural Cure for Cancer", Fucoiden is a complex polysaccharide found in brown seaweed. 3. Goji Berry - Goji berries have been used for 6,000 years by herbalists in China, Tibet and India to: *protect the liver *help eyesight *improve sexual function and fertility *strengthen the legs *boost immune function *improve circulation *promote longevity 4. Seabuckthorn - "Nature's Multi-Vitamin", loaded with vitamins and omega oils used for the treatment of diseases of skin and digestive tract. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbiological activity, relieves pain and promotes tissue regeneration. The berries have very high levels of beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E and flavonoids. The vitamin C level of 3600 ppm is about 10 times higher than that of oranges. The seabuckthorn berries are also rich in vitamins B1, B2, K and P. 5. GAC Fruit - With 10 times more lycopene than any other fruit, the antioxidant power of the GAC fruit has no parallel. 6. Noni Fruit - Noni fruit benefits health in a general way, containing such disease-fighting effects as: antiseptics, bactericides, fungicides, laxatives, antioxidants, anesthetics, candidacide, cathartics, analgesics, cancer-preventatives, detoxicants, and so on. In other words, noni fruit is widely reported as a possible supplement for treating infections, pain, diabetes and - perhaps - some forms of cancer. 7. Mangosteen Fruit - The mangosteen fruit is high in carbohydrates, fibers and iron but low in vitamins and minerals. Juice provides many benefits that will help improve the immune system and blood circulation, strengthen the body's ability to fight disease and infection due to its powerful antioxidants and healthy nutrients. Plus 8. Pomegranate - Loaded with Vitamin C, folic acid and anti-oxidant polyphenols 9. Aloe - 75 different nutritional compounds, including: B12, amino acids and minerals With Exfuze you get a high quality, more nutritious health drink that tastes great and promotes overall better health. Order a bottle today by filling out the short form on the top left of this page and feel the difference!
4 Sep 2009
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*******www.TakeBackYourHealth**** <a href="*******www.takebackyourhealth****">Inflammation and Pain</a> This imbalance involves the impaired absorption of nutrients, vitamins and minerals by the lining of the small intestine. If the intestinal tract mucosa lining is impaired or there is some blockage to the flow of digested foods through the muscle walls, then absorption becomes a problem. Without the absorption of these nutrients, a domino effect can occur in the system and take many different forms of ill health. Therefore, cleansing and support of the intestinal tract and mucosal lining is imperative. Some people prefer to use Systemic Enzymes to lowered their pain, instead of using aspirin, ibuprofen, celebrex, viox and the rest of the non steroidial anti inflammatory drugs because of the drug side affects. Another fact is as physicians in the US are now discovering, even old scar tissue can be "eaten away" from surgical wounds, pulmonary fibrosis, and kidney fibrosis even keloid years after their formation using it. There are still many health problems that can be cure using this system. <a href="*******www.takebackyourhealth****">Systemic Enzyme</a>
10 Sep 2009
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*******www.BestVita**** Clinically proven anti-aging product. IF YOU SUFFER WITH CHRONIC PAIN OR INFLAMMATION, YOU MUST TRY THIS PRODUCT!! Serrapeptase is an all natural enzyme. Key Benefits & Features: dramatic improvements have been seen in the following - relief of the inflammation of Rheumatoid arthritis, fibrocystic breast disease, edema, carpal tunnel syndrome, post-operative swelling, chronic sinusitis; has plaque lowering properties; improves cardiovascular health, and other inflammatory conditions; promotes the shrinking or diminishing of varicose veins; may offer relief to migraine sufferers.
22 Jan 2011
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By discovering new resources, and new uses for known ingredients, Impact Fusion International creates patented technology that you won't find anywhere else. Their entire new line of products use their signature Mastic Gum compound, which accelerates delivery to the blood system. The patented Nutri Mastic ingredient is balanced with ionic minerals and the innovative Mastic Gum, and delivers anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to promote healthy digestion, a strong immune system, and organ health.
18 Sep 2009
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1 Nov 2009
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SINUS DYNAMICS treatment using nebulized antibiotic and anti-inflammatory medications to treat sinusitis rather than sinus surgery (1888PressRelease)
24 Nov 2009
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*******cybermedicinestore****/how-to-get-lower-back-support-for-back-and-leg-pain/ Slipped or herniated disc happen in the spine from a tear in the outer ring causing the soft, center section of the disc to bulge. As a result of the tear, inflammation and lower right or left back pain may occur that can be treated with anti-inflammatories.
11 Dec 2009
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December 22, 2009 (FinancialWire) -- Athersys, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATHX Quote Chart News PowerRating) has entered into an agreement with Pfizer Inc. to develop and commercialize MultiStem(R) for the treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). MultiStem is an investigational stem cell therapy currently in development by Athersys for several other conditions, including acute myocardial infarction, bone marrow transplant support, and ischemic stroke. Under the terms of the agreement, Athersys will receive an up-front cash payment of $6 million from Pfizer, as well as research funding and support during the initial phase of the collaboration. In addition, Athersys is also eligible to receive milestone payments of up to $105 million upon the successful achievement of certain development, regulatory and commercial milestones. Pfizer will have responsibility for development, regulatory and commercialization and will pay Athersys tiered royalties on worldwide commercial sales of MultiStem IBD products. Alternatively, in lieu of royalties and certain commercialization milestones, Athersys may elect to co-develop with Pfizer and the parties will share development and commercialization expenses and profits/losses on an agreed basis beginning at phase III clinical development. Source : *******www.athersys****/ ***********/ *******www.medcitynews****/index.php/2009/12/pfizer-regenerative-medicine-aims-at-working-with-athersys-to-make-valuable-therapies-for-patients/ *******www.tradingmarkets****/.site/news/Stock%20News/2743533/
12 May 2010
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