Posts tagged ‘Antioxidant’

I started using A-Beta-CarE from Forever Living Products to help my poor skin condition.  Since then I have discovered that it has so many benefits including helping me to manage the symptoms of PCOS.  It is a perfect supplement to drinking Aloe.

//gallery.foreverliving.com/gallery/FLP/image/products/054_large_ver2.jpgKey Benefits

  • Helps with skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis and acne
  • Can reduce menopausal hot flushes
  • Powerful antioxidant 
  • Promotes healthy skin, hair, eyes and heart
  • Can help manage the symptoms of Crohns, Lupus, ME, MS and gout
  • Contains selenium which has been medically linked to promoting men’s health/fertility

Beta Carotene

Vitamin A is a powerful nutrient for skin and eyesight, however in large doses it can be toxic.  A-Beta-CarE delivers vitamin A in the form of Beta Carotene which the small intestine can convert in to Vitamin A as it is needed, taking away the possibility of overdose.

Beta Carotene is a highly effective antioxidant, which helps fight free-radical damage and therefore improves general skin health and combatting skin aging.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an essential nutrient for good skin health.  It is also known to encourage effective regulation of body temperature and is therefore useful to menopausal women.

It has many other benefits such as acting as an anti-clotting agent for the blood and assisting sufferers of osteo-arthritis.

Selenium

Selenium is a trace mineral found in brazil nuts amongst other things.  It too is a powerful antioxidant and therefore a promoter of great skin and hair.  It has also been linked to fighting ovarian cancer.

Research has shown that selenium is important in maintaining men’s health.  In particular a deficiency has been linked to prostate cancer and low sperm counts.

And…

wait for it girls, there’s more good news!  A-Beta-CarE can help to combat cellulite 🙂


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According to the expert nutritionist, Patrick Holford, vitamin C helps knock out viruses, both by inhibiting the virus itself, and by strengthening the body’s own immune response.

High doses of Vitamin C, have been proven to be non-toxic for both adults and children over many years.

The same cannot be said for this new generation of antiviral drugs.  One of the most alarming and rarely mentioned side-effects of Tamiflu (Swine Flu vaccine)  is bizarre psychiatric problems found in children treated with the drug, prompting the US FDA to recommend new warnings concerning these possible dangerous psychiatric side-effects.

Absorbent-C-596x1000-HIIt might be useful to have a supply of vitamin C at hand if a flu epidemic does break out. There is no harm in having 100 grams a day short-term, stopping once all symptoms are gone if you choose, after all vitamin C provides many benefits.

The trick with any infection is not to get it in the first place by keeping your immune system strong.  Patrick Holford takes vitamin C daily, as well as supplementing zinc and selenium on a daily basis. 

 

So consider a daily ‘swine flu’ preventative by drinking one of our Aloe Vera Gel Drinks (for excellent nutrition, detoxing, building your immunity, increasing energy levels, etc) plus taking supplements Absorbent C (for vitamin C), A-Beta-CarE for extra Selenium and a very powerful antioxidant, and Nature Min (for zinc and selenium).

Also, cut down on sugar as this restricts the performance of white blood cells, get plenty of sleep and avoid stress if possible.

If you need a quick immunity boost because you are surrounded by germ-ridden folk or you can feel the first stages of a cold, try Echinacea, I swear by it! (not suitable if you are pregnant)  Also, if you need an energy boost because fighting germs is tiring, you may want to consider a superfood such as bee pollen.


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Did you know that Vitamin C is

– a powerful antioxidant

– involved in research into the prevention of heart disease and cancer

– amazing for skin as it increases the formulation of intercellular collagen

– necessary for the maintenance of healthy connective tissue

– water soluble and is secreted from the body.  Humans are unable to make their own and therefore need to find ways of consuming vitamin C to maintain adequate levels

– Science reports that one cigarette destroys 25mg of vitamin C and stress is known to heavily deplete the body of this essential vitamin.

– Deficiency can result in bleeding from small capillaries under the skin and gums and wounds heal more slowly.

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The information contained in this blog illustrates my opinions and experiences,it does not constitute medical advice and I do not accept responsibility for actions taken or refrained from as a result of reading this blog.

If you found this post interesting/useful please share it with your social network and/or bookmark it.  Also, your comments are always valued and will help me to write new posts that are relevant to readers of this blog.

For more tips on leading a healthier lifestyle through adequate nutrition, weight management and skin care visit our facebook pages.