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It seems that nearly ares Every week new FAD, the Health diet or a vast mouthful of the Product to Our Attention The. Maybe we have become disillusioned by the proliferation of articles, claims being made. Do we label everything as fake and how can we sort the wood from the vines? You will get that later Hopefully my information will blend the scientific with the natural aspects in a product that covers both areas. Almost every week a new pandemic health products and diets are our eyes and come here where it seems we are such advertising or hype phrases to getting tired beorinji do not know. will we have to fake it all for granted how can we identify the authenticity? jigetjiman my information is revealed at the end of this article for a mix of non-scientific aspects and anthropogenic side products. Much of the Started withscience in Nature.Would you be surprised if your doctor prescribed 12 grams of dried grape seed three times daily? Would it be more understandable if he said 100mg Oligomeric Proanthocyanidin Complex three times daily, or sound more like medicine? Was it nature’s grand ironic design that the symbol of affluent 1-lifestyles, 2-grapes and 3-wine, had the antidote to decadence at its very heart, in the discarded pip?   Most of science is natural from the start was. If your doctor is 12 grams of dry It will be surprised if the prescription to take three times a grapeseed a day? if he 100 milligrams up of maerik professional and youth, not Dean, can you understand the complex plane told me to take three times a day?and it’s about it Would you think? rich lifestyle, grapes and wine, such as symbols that primordial in in decadence for combating the drug as if it’s nature did ironic design work      will? Sixty years ago a scientist won a Nobel prize for work on vitamin C, substance used by Capt. Cook 200 years ago to stop scurvy. Cook knew that fresh fruit was important to diet but it took while for his anecdotal evidence to be accepted. Now we hear of a substance science tells us is an antioxidant 20 times more powerful than vitamin C and 50 times more powerful an antioxidant than vitamin E. Dr Clark Hansen ND, claims it is the most significant discovered this century! We will also see that 400 years ago this antioxidant was used by the North American Indians but the actual properties were only identified by the scientific community 40 years ago. 60 years ago, the vitamin C of truth balhyeonaem a Nobel Prize is a scientist for granted was. vitamin C is inde one component stop scurvy and not something else will the Cook natural captain used 200 years ago.Cook knew that it is important to have fresh fruit body accepted to have of his anecdotal evidence-old will take time it was spent. we are now hearing about the ingredients that science tell me. It, and a whopping 20 times river in antioxidant capacity than vitamin C, will Jane is 50 times stronger antioxidant than vitamin E. Dr. Clark Hansen said, this is what is called the found great in this century. 400 years ago, we have antioxidant will see that which was used by North American Indians. However, its effectiveness has revealed being 40 years ago, scientists jump off and OK. Now this the Natural antioxidant used extensively for years in France where it is registered as a medication, and becoming popular in other western countries, is gaining popularity here. now this natural antioxidant drugs to the provisions of that block ranseo in many years widespread use has been another Western Empire, as well as becoming a hot topic in the United States.      is this the Information Important Important? To decide we have to understand what an antioxidant (against oxidation) is. Rust is an iron oxide (oxidation). Hardening / drying of paint is a process of oxidation. Eventually aged paint becomes chalky with oxidation. Brown on the cut piece of an apple is “oxidised apple”. Citrus juice is an antioxidant, rub some lemon juice on cut apple and it slows down the oxidation (browning). Magic? This information will be important? To see a decision we do not understand what antioxidants before stopping the oxidation is not. It is an oxidized rust. The process of oxidation is also discolored paint or solidified. Finally the old paint is Manda been altered by oxidation can be said also apples in the oxidation state will have a place bagging apples band brown color. citrus juice is an antioxidant. Therefore, behold rub lemon juice on the apple embellish its sword to oxidation because you will see the brown color is delayed. that magic? Ageing (collagen deterioration) is ares Bodily form of oxidation. Free radicals found widely in our environment, water, air, food, smoke, smog, sunlight, chemicals, detergents, etc. are the nasty unstable oxygen molecules which are responsible for attacking (oxidising) our bodies. As they are unstable they are looking to attack and in our bodies they attack and destroy cell membranes, collagen and other connective tissue disrupt physiological processes and create mutations in the DNA cells. Free radicals are blamed for many problems from ageing spots (oxidised fat in the skin) to cancer. Aging (collagen degeneration) is a body of oxidation of a form will we the surrounding environment in the common witness to water, air, food, smoke, smog, sun, like chemicals, cleaning agents are lurking two free radicals. free radicals can grow attack our body (oxidation), the main culprit for ever unstable oxygen minutes. they target to attack, because the chemical structure unstable look. and in our body, free radicals are and destruction to attack our cell membranes, collagen and other connective tissue, and to disturb the napkin four and leads to degeneration of the DNA within cells. culprit of adult from the aging of the skin ranging from cancer as free radicals are being pointed out. Nutritionist Dr Jeffrey Bland and a chemist shop Ph.D. claims the destructive effect of free radicals are responsible for more-than 60 diseases including Allergies Arthritis, Attention Deficit Disorder, Cataracts, Cold fingers and toes from circulatory 1-problems, 2-Diabetes, 3-Edemas, 4-Hardening or 5-Narrowing of the Arteries and High Blood Pressure (Oxidation of Cholesterol causing plaque in vessel walls) , Heart Disease, Inflammation, Kidney and Liver disorders, Parkinson’s Disease Prostate Enlargement Rheumatism Stroke ulcers Varicose Veins and wrinkles. Oxidation is very important in chain to break down waste minerals, dead plants and dead animals and for regeneration. Antioxidants stop it starting before we actually die. Now back to where this antioxidant all started for us. . . . Nutritionist and chemist Dr. Jeffrey Blend destructive scope of free radical allergies, arthritis, attention deficiency, cataracts, blood circulation, diabetes, eczema, atherosclerosis, hypertension, heart disease, inflammation, kidney and liver dysfunction, Parkinson’s disease, prostatic hypertrophy, and released, causes the 60 kinds of diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, stroke, ulcers, venous insufficiency and wrinkles break the oxide mineral in the natural cycle, the decay of animals and dead plants to bring a return to nature in an important step is, but we actually die before oxidation to be more stops to be good will. antioxidants why you need it. the antioxidant of buzzword to say      let. in the 1530s French explorer Jacques Cartier was leading an expedition up Saint Lawrence River in North America. When the crew were trapped in the ice they were limited to eating rationed biscuits and salted meat and it was not long before scurvy (a lack of vitamin C) became rife. However, native Indians introduced them to a tea made from the bark and needles of the pine tree. 1530’s block ranseo explorers of small and Caicos Car tier North America, the across the St. Lawrence River to explore the Captain was. Dinghy ice stranded have been outside without conditions, dry meat marinated in the biscuits and salt as food. soon the scurvy due to vitamin C deficiency was coming. But take a favorable North American Indian assistance they drank brewed tea with pine bark and pine needles. they recovered and the story was recorded but the healing event, how and why, did not progress scientifically until 400 years later when Professor Jacques Masquelier of the University of Bordeaux France read about it and formed the conclusion that the tree contained Vitamin C. later he isolated and identified substance as proanthocyanidins and called his product Pycnogenol. His method of extraction from the pine tree was patented in the early 1951 and further research showed the substance present in many plants such as, lemon tree bark peanuts hazel nuts cranberries blue berries cherries citrus peel, purple, red and white grape skins and seed purple grape seeds being most concentrated source. they recovered that story was written, but why recovery doeeotji 400 years after bloom ranseo of kaek mas Kelly’ve professor that record the reading of the tree, the vitamin C is implied Conclusion is that be found to stand as a scientific building that was. after he Businesses and youth, not Dean were confirmed separation, a substance called, put name him a product pikeunojenol he has developed extract formulations extracted from pine early 1951 the patent was filed that matter, many plants, such as lemon tree, bark, nuts, hazel nuts, cranberries, Blu-berry, cherry, citrus peel, red grape, white grape peel and red grapes seeds to show the underlying and more research that the showed. this substance, a bioflavonoid, is now usually referred to as OPCs (Oligomeric Proanthocyanidin complexes) or less frequently PCO (Proanthocyanidolic oligomers).   bioflavonoids which the component is currently OPCs (up Merrick professionals and youth, not Dean complex) that bulryeojigo it . , or sometimes abbreviated to PCO.      Bioflavonoids, of The which there are approximately 4000, are some of the Most Important Important The Biological and interesting compounds. As shown they are present in wide variety of edible plants, fruit and vegetables with a typical Western diet providing about 1g of them per day. They were originally identified as the flavin ( yellowish colouring) in plants. Remember carrots and seeing in dark or doctors suggesting drinking a glass of wine daily for health? Natural world has about 4000 species of bioflavonoids exists and there they are the most important and interesting biological compounds that are part would already mentioned as such, they are Westerners fruits that provide about 1 gram a day eating and are widely distributed in vegetables and edible plants had been initially considered a pigment tinged the color of the plant for carrots and health in order to have a visible sight even in darkness, every one cup of wine to drink, as recommended by doctors to remember View      wish. in the early 1980s bioflavonoids were reviewed for a wide range of biological activities focusing on their potential therapeutic use as anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic, antiviral, anticancer and immunostimulant drugs. 2,3    in the early 1980s, bioflavonoids are anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-virus, which exerts a range of biological activity as anti-cancer and immune stimulant can be a potential treatment scientists checked.      Breast Cancer      Dr Jacques Masquelier, Points out breast cancer is caused for a large part by the destruction of our DNA by free radicals. By protecting our DNA with OPCs we are also protecting ourselves indirectly against this risk.   Breast cancer: Dr. Jack Mars Kelly freezing breast cancer the most part in free radical in by DNA destruction in righteousness he pointed to. DNA peak rosé play supplement to take protective you can, if we have our own indirectly a risk to the protection semil      it. Note: Readers interested in more detailed and / or scientific information please send a stamped self addressed A4 envelope to Max Costello, c / o PO Box 18, Abbots Langley, Herts WD5 OSY. (add) more information and scientific papers on interesting feel readers if under a written that address the author to the letter to send is. References (reference books and papers) Harborne JB: Plant Falvonoids in Biology LL Medicine and, New York, 1988 pp17-27. Havsten B .: Biochem. Pharmacol. 32 1141 (1983) Middleton E. 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