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The Green Leafy Vegetable Finally Takes a Back Seat:

“Lutein from the Marigold Flower...The Benefits You NEED to Know”
- September 3, 2015

Lutein is a type of carotenoid found widely in vegetables and other plants. While lutein is normally found in green leafy vegetables as well as eggs, studies have shown that one of the most absorbable forms of lutein is found in a flower called marigold.

According to a study in the October 1998 issue of The Journal of Nutrition, Lutein is used by the body as an antioxidant, which helps to fight and prevent cancer. The results of this study showed that lutein not only decreased the number of tumors in the breast, it also prevented new cancer cells from forming. The study also found that even in small dietary amounts, the lutein from marigolds had a positive effect towards its test groups. Lutein from Marigold has also been found effective against leukemia, colon and melanoma cancer cell .... (read more)









The Big “A” - A Diabetics NEW Best Friend:

“Alpha-lipoic acid: the latest trend of conversation amongst diabetics”
- July 7, 2015

Alpha-lipoic acid is the latest trend of conversation amongst diabetics and endocrinologist. Clinical studies have recently shown that alpha-lipoic acid helps decrease blood sugar levels and helps to significantly decrease hand and foot pain (diabetic peripheral neuropathy) in type 2 diabetics.

Alpha-lipoic acid an antioxidant that is found in all cells in the body. It helps turn glucose into energy and to break down carbohydrates to make energy for the other organs in the body. Antioxidants attack waste products created when the body turns food into energy. Waste products cause harmful chemical reactions that can damage cells, organs and tissues in the body, making it harder for the body to fight off infections... (read more)











When Diabetes Met Cinnamon: 

“The Benefits Cinnamon Can Bring to the Diabetic Table”
- November 10, 2014

If you were told that cinnamon can help you lower your blood sugar levels, lower your cholesterol, boost cognitive function and energy levels and even fight the common cold would you start taking it?

The USDA recently conducted a study, which showed a beneficial link between cinnamon intake and the reduced risk of diabetes and heart disease. The study showed that participants taking cinnamon had a significant decrease in blood glucose levels. The study also found that cinnamon may be an effective natural alternative for treating pre-diabetes, possibly preventing... (read more)







Know What You’re Taking: 

“Why Chromium Polynicotinate is better than Chromium Picolinate”
- September 15, 2014

If you have diabetes odds are you have probably heard about the benefits of chromium.  But, did you know there are different types of chromium that are more effective than others?  There are many types of chromium out in the market.  Two of the most well known types of chromium in the diabetic community are chromium picolinate and chromium polynicotinate.

Chromium picolinate is the most popular type of chromium used in over the counter supplements.  It is made of chromium and picolinic acid.  On the other hand, chromium polynicotinate is made up of chromium and niacin. The niacin helps chromium absorption.

While chromium picolinate may be the most popular one used, it does not carry the clear benefits that one receives from taking chromium polynicotinate.  Better absorption is one of the biggest reasons that chromium polynicotinate is more effective and a better choice.  The better the absorption of the... (read more)





 

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