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  • Sugar Regulation and vein elasticity help

    Glycoscia for Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

    60 Veggie caps per bottle. One Capsule 2 times per day Glycoscia is formulated from three well-researched botanicals from the traditional texts of China, India, and Japan and the flavonoids quercetin and resveratrol. Glycoscia supports the body's natural ability to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. It also may have anti-glycation end product effects as well.

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  • Enzymes to help with good assimilation

    Inflammation Modulation Bromelain

    Synergistic Products Quercetin Plus (Allergic support in all types) Redoxa (Respiratory support in all types) Dosage For use as a digestive aid, 500 mg with meals is the recommended dosage. For other uses, the following dosages are recommended. 180 veggie caps per bottle Traumatic injuries—500 mg four times a day on an empty stomach Cardiovascular disease—500 to 750 mg three times a day on an empty stomach Joint inflammation—500 to 2,000 mg a day in two doses Antitumor activity—1,000 mg a day Manufactured by: Genoma Nutritionals Tell a Friend Write Review Customers who bought this product also purchased... Multimineral (All GenoTypes) Multimineral (All GenoTypes) Trehalose Complex Trehalose Complex Cardiovascular Disease: Fight it With The Blood Type Diet Cardiovascular Disease: Fight it With The Blood Type Diet Eat Right 4 Your Baby Eat Right 4 Your Baby Phytocal AB® (ABO Specific Sea Mineral Formula) Phytocal AB® (ABO Specific Sea Mineral Formula) Sip Right 4 Your Type Tea AB Sip Right 4 Your Type Tea AB

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  • Anti adhesion, anti bacterial, and anti microbial Good for anti malarial adhesion

    Inflammation Modulation Fucus Plus (Bladderwrack-Arabinogalactan c)

    Fucus vesiculosus: Normalizing Metabolism and Thyroid Function The historical uses of Fucus vesiculosus were primarily as an agent to enhance thyroid function in cases of goiter and as an aid in weight loss for obesity. This remains the primary use of this plant today in natural medicine. Typically, the credit for its activity in thyroid conditions has been given to its high content of iodine; however, the high fucose content of this plant, because of its immune and inflammatory balancing effects, appears to be responsible for some of the observed benefits on optimizing thyroid function in blood type O's. If you plan on prescribing bladderwrack as an aid to metabolism and thyroid health, be advised that this plant generally works very slowly. A minimum of 3 months is probably warranted, but in many instances best results are produced when bladderwrack is consumed regularly at a low dose for about 1 year.The question then becomes what foods might provide an anti-adhesion advantage for your blood type. One of the answers for blood type O is bladderwrack (Note: kelp also has a high amount of fucose sugars so is another answer). Basically, the fucose in bladderwrack can act as a false decoy, binding the unwanted blood type O environmental debris and sweeping it away before it can bind to or irritate the tissue.

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  • Try a great source of green things for your health

    Inflammation Modulation Harmonia Deluxe

    . A substance to actually stimulate repair of the DNA molecule . A protein with strong anti-inflammatory qualities . Substances that reduced hypercholesterolemia . Substances that resulted in an anti-ulcer effect . Components de-activate mutagenic and carcinogenic substances . Super oxide dismutase (SOD) an extremely powerful 'antiaging' antioxidant, an anti-inflammatory enzyme and cancer preventive enzyme . A powerful antioxidant, 2'-0-GlV, more effective than vitamin E . Substances which help to inhibit platelet activating factor . Substances which protect the blood vessels from damage . Modulates prolactin and growth hormone . Most green complexes degrade a variety of pesticides.

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    Inflammation Modulation Harmonia Deluxe Buy 2 get 3rd FREE

    . A substance to actually stimulate repair of the DNA molecule . A protein with strong anti-inflammatory qualities . Substances that reduced hypercholesterolemia . Substances that resulted in an anti-ulcer effect . Components de-activate mutagenic and carcinogenic substances . Super oxide dismutase (SOD) an extremely powerful 'antiaging' antioxidant, an anti-inflammatory enzyme and cancer preventive enzyme . A powerful antioxidant, 2'-0-GlV, more effective than vitamin E . Substances which help to inhibit platelet activating factor . Substances which protect the blood vessels from damage . Modulates prolactin and growth hormone . Most green complexes degrade a variety of pesticides.

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  • Boswellia-Histadine complex with super oxide dismutase

    Inflammation Modulation Phloxicin (Boswellia-Histadine Formula)

    L-Histidine Histidine is an essential amino acid involved in a wide range of metabolic processes. (10) L-Histidine is an important amino acid usually found to be deficient in those suffering from arthritis. Proper intake of L-histidine may prove beneficial in reducing inflammation associated with joint disease or injury. Used for growth and repair of tissues, L-Histidine helps to protect nerve cells and aids in the production of blood cells. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) The applicable parts of ginger are the rhizome and root. Ginger contains active constituents known as gingerol, gingerdione, and shogaol. These constituents seem to have a variety of pharmacological properties including antipyretic, analgesic, antitussive, anti-inflammatory, sedative, antibiotic, weak antifungal, and other properties. (11,12) Ginger is sometimes used for inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Some researchers speculate that certain constituents of ginger might inhibit cyclooxygenase (COX) and lipoxygenase pathways. (13) It also seems to inhibit the synthesis of prostaglandin-E2 (PGE2) and thromboxane B2 (TXB2), which mediate inflammation. (14) Japanese knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) Japanese knotweed, is a member of the buckwheat family (Polygonaceae). It is also known as P. japonicum, Reynoutria japonica, Pleuropteris zuccarinii, and Polygonum zuccarinii, as well as false bamboo (15). A native of eastern Asia, this species grows in waste areas throughout the northeastern United States and into southern Canada. Extracts from P. cuspidatum appear to have antipyretic and analgesic activities, as studied in intact mice and rats (16). Roots of P. cuspidatum contain compounds called stilbenes, which are aromatic hydrocarbons having the general formula C14-H12. One stilbene called resveratrol has several physiological activities. First, resveratrol exhibits cancer chemopreventive activity by acting as an antioxidant, antimutagen, and anti-inflammatory agent. (17) Second, resveratrol inhibits lipoxygenase products (18), which are enzymes found in leukocytes, the heart, brain, lung, and spleen (19). Thus in summary Japanese knotwood appears to demonstrate analgesic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activity.

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  • These products cover several disease categories

    Inflammation Modulation Pro Berry 3 Liquid

    The syrup is pleasant tasting and a hit with children. Add a teaspoon to water, tea or juice during cold and flu season, and at any time the rest of the year for a potent and delicious healthy-aging, antioxidant tonic.

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  • Antioxidants and Anthocyanins in a pill

    Inflammation Modulation Pro Berry Caps

    Polyamines and cancer Since polyamines make cells grow, it should seem logical that cells that grow a lot require more polyamines than ones that do not. This is certainly the case with cancer cells, which are voracious consumers of polyamines, and in fact, the strategy of ‘polyamine deprivation’ shows great promise as a new horizon in cancer treatment, especially cancers which are in themselves hormonally sensitive, such as prostate and breast cancer. Many new anti-cancer drugs are being prepared which block the ability of cancer cells to benefit from polyamines. By and large, these drugs work by inhibiting the enzyme that synthesizes polyamines, ornithine decarboxlase (ODC). One in particular, alphadifluoromethylornithine (DFMO), shows promise in prostate cancer. In addition to inhibition by pigmented anthrocyanidins (such as those found in Proberry) polyamine inhibition via the blocking of ornithine decarboxlase is thought to be the basic mechanism behind the anticancer effects of green tea polyphenols.

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  • Quercetin is a highly recognized and helpful antioxidant, Bromelain is a natural protein enzyme

    Inflammation Modulation Quercetin Plus With Bromelain

    Actions and Indications Allergies, asthma, and hives: Quercetin may inhibit histamine release from basophils (a type of white blood cell) and mast cells (large cells in connective tissue). Cancer: Quercetin may be beneficial in the treatment of skin cancer, and may have anti-tumor effects in other cancers, such as ovarian cancer. Canker sores: Quercetin may reduce the frequency of mouth sores and produce mild symptomatic relief. Diabetes mellitus: Quercetin may help prevent cataracts, retinal disorders, nerve diseases, and other complications of diabetes. Flavonoids, including quercetin, also promote insulin secretion, increase vitamin C levels, protect blood vessels, prevent easy bruising, and support the immune system—all of which are beneficial to individuals with diabetes. Heart disease: Individuals with very low intakes of flavonoids are at higher risk for heart disease. Infection: Quercetin may control the spread of certain viruses within the body. Rheumatoid arthritis: Quercetin may help reduce tissue destruction. Dosage An oral dose of 300-600 mg two times per day is typically used in clinical practice.

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  • Curcumin Quercetin complex

    Inflammation Modulation Scienca (Curcumin-Quercetin-Complex)

    Quercetin is a very strong antioxidant, capsable of reducing LDL oxidation. It possesses sirtuin-like deacetylase action. The silent information regulator 2 (Sir2) family of proteins (sirtuins or SIRTs), which belong to class III histone/protein deacetylases, have been implicated in calorie restriction, aging, and inflammation. Like Curcumin, quercetin is an inhibitor of polyamine synthesis. (15) Quercetin inhibits COMT (Catechol-O-MethylTransferase) enzyme thereby reducing epinephrine breakdown. This can lead to increased levels of epinephrine, potentially enhancing fat oxidation and energy expenditure -- "thermogenesis." Quercetin inhibits heat shock proteins and can promote apoptosis in cancer cells and other cells. Quercetin is an inhibitor of aldose reductase. (17)

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    • kristi said:

      Regular analgesics and therapies, are so toxic to the body. First, we can take precautions by “healthy” eating (eating what will give energy to our cells without inflammation) as we transition through middle age. If, then something surprises us, (which it shouldn’t if you work to feel better, and then listen to your body) targeted, specific, acting inflammation modulators will work without harming us, so we don’t “overdose” by taking too many things at once.

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    • kristi said:

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  4. Japanese Man said:

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    • kristi said:

      I would love to learn Japanese, just conversational though. It has been my wish since I am half Japanese. My mother just passed in 2010,(she was 93) and she was full Japanese, and had pretty good class training, and could speak pretty well. This is how I help…. I would like you to go to the blog for mens health, or one of the Blood Type Diet pages, and click on a link… I have an article for Japanese/Asian people who have or are close to getting diagnosed with type II diabetes. I would like to help the Asian communities, prevent inflammation of course, and diabetes. Help me spread the word. Thank you

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    • kristi said:

      Hi, Issac, Thank you for finding the inflammation modulation page. Did you notice that the items are bromelain (pineapple) quercetin (garlic and onions), and curcumin. (tumeric). Finding recipes, and how to include these foods in your diet every day will help keep you healthy, and not have to buy pills. Just think. Eat more healthy natural foods, save money…

  7. Inez Ravelo said:

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    • kristi said:

      Dear Calabretta, I am so happy you find it user friendly. The reasons for inflammation, is in part, because we may stick to our favorite foods. To branch out is essential. The herbal support on this page has enzymes for digestion and colon health. It has a lot of quercetin in their ingredients. Quercetin is found in apples, onions, and garlic. Cooking with onions and garlic will help you feel better by giving your cells the energy needed, examples:

      Quercetin Plus with Bromelain a pineapple enzyme for protein breakdown.
      Scienca Quercetin with Curcumin. Curcumin/ Tumeric is the number one anti-cancer spice.

      The fucose sugars in Fucus Plus, bladderwrack can beneficially impact immune system health by stimulating immuno-reactions of the humoral and cellular types, and by enhancing the phagocytosis (or consumption of invaders) by your macrophages. These same complex fucose sugars also offer several advantages that counter the blood type O tendency to inflammation. Essentially they block the recruitment or inhibit an overly aggressive inflammatory immune response at sites of inflammation.

      Of Course the Phyto Dis very important, helping to prevent cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and has been shown to decrease colon cancer, and multiple sclerosis, and even arthritis, and a host of other diseases.

      Last of all the Proberry Liquid and the Proberry Caps, have the antioxidants to promote cellular health, and more efficient cell function and support with purple fruits.

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  9. Pinay said:

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    • kristi said:

      Dear Cappa, hope you like onions, garlic, shallots, and apples. Otherwise there are supplements, because quercetins are very necessary for the body to fight inflammation and disease.

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