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22 Ingredients For Better Health

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Marine Phytoplankton, MPP
MPP is at the very bottom of life's pyramid on Earth, since it is the most efficient way to store solar energy. MPP gave rise to our topsoil and our atmosphere, thereby preparing the ground for higher forms of life. Even petroleum is mostly fossilized MPP. Now, it is easy to understand why there is no plant more nutri­tious than MPP. Only mother's milk tops MPP in nutritional value. As such, MPP contains practically all the micronutrients necessary to sustain us, restore cel­lular health and minimize the risks of disease. In other words, the TOILing cell membrane is corrected by anti-inflammatory micronutrients and antioxidants, which fuel our detoxification, and metabolic path­ways to sustain our energy-making metabolism. 
                                  
MODERN TECHNOLOGY
Aquaculture is fulfilling Cousteau's prediction that "the future of life is in the oceans." The new techniques of growing marine life in sea farms are silencing critics that this vital industry would produce toxic seafood, while damaging the environment. These assertions have been proven wrong by MPP growers in Van­couver Island, an area that the National Geographic Magazine has highlighted as one of the richest food-growing areas in the world. This trend-setting sea farm has made the most nutritionally dense food on Earth, MPP, available to people. Whales, as well as marine life on the whole, have depended on algae in general and MPP in particular to survive. Now, you, too, may enjoy MPP for your better health. 
                             
Benefits:
• Immune system enhancement
• May inhibit growth of cancer cells 
                           
Omega Oils
Our cell membranes are mostly composed of phospholipids, or fats.  The function and composition of cell membranes throughout our bodies are criti­cal for our well-being. Since most people consume too many toxic fats and not enough healthy fats, like the Omega oils (also known as Essential Fatty Acids) found in plankton, the stage is set for significant dysfunction. 
                              
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Helps prevent cardiovascular disease
• May help resolve neurological & psychiatric issues 
                                
Frankincense
The Magi took Frankincense oil to the baby Jesus. Back then, Frankincense was of greater value than gold. This is still the case if you wish to have a safe and natural anti-inflammatory product without the myriad side effects of prescription drugs. By decreas­ing inflammation, you are working to improve the ravage of diseases, especially those associated with over-wrought immune systems and TOILing cell membranes. 
                                        
Benefits:
• Immune system enhancement
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant 
                                       
Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is the darling herb in Australia, where it is well known for its salutary effects in many kinds of mucosal problems. Aloe is high in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory micronutrients, and it also has digestive enzyme activity. These are some of the rea­sons why aloe is very effective against infections and wounds in particular.
                                            
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Antibacterial
• Helps wounds heal more quickly
• Resolves mucosal issues in cells lining the intestines, stomach, & sinus 
                                
Cranberry
Cranberries are high in vitamin C and polyphenols, which have been shown to reduce cell mem­brane inflammation in many conditions, famously in urinary tract infections. When the cells lining our urinary tract, particularly the bladder, are toxic and inflamed, the cell membranes become sticky. This is why the ever-present bacteria are now more likely to adhere to these cells, causing colonization. Soon, the bladder goes into spasms, and a diagnosis of UTI is made. 
                            
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Useful in the prevention & relief of urinary tract infections 
                                 
Grape
Grapes are high in flavonoids, proanthocyanins, and resveratrol, which help reduce toxicity and inflamma­tion in cell membranes. A study showed that resvera­trol markedly reduced insulin resistance, which resulted in improving metabolism and thus reducing weight, as well as decreasing the risk of diabetes and heart disease. 
                               
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Helps reduce insulin resistance to decrease the risk of heart disease, obesity, and diabetes 
                       
Noni
Morinda citriifolia is loaded with nutrients, such as sterols, polysaccharides, minerals, omega oils, pectins, amino acids, resins, and antioxidants. As such, an entire indus­try promotes its numerous health benefits. Noni is best documented to have significant anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. 
                                
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Analgesic
• May help reduce damage to cell DNA 
                                     
Trace Minerals
Enzymatic reactions must have trace minerals as co-factors to metabolize the energy we consume from foods. This is why maximizing your intake with the 72 trace minerals found in a quality marine phytoplankton blend can reduce inflammation and oxidation in TOILing cells. 
                                
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant 
                                      
Ginger
Ginger is the safest of all herbs, and the most studied, which is why it is so often recommended for pregnan­cy-associated digestive problems, like nausea and vomit­ing. Of course, it is widely used by many other people with indigestion issues. 
                                 
Benefits:
• Helps resolve indigestion problems 
                                 
Nutmeg
Nutmeg is high in antioxidants associated with healing of indigestion problems by restoring cell membrane integ­rity so that our stomach acid will not further irritate the cells lining the esophagus and stomach. 
                         
Benefits:
• Helps resolve indigestion problems 
                                          
Rosemary
It has been reported to help with indigestion, menstrual issues, gout, cough, headaches, appetite, and, high blood pressure, but the best documented effect is on alopecia. Its health-promoting effects may be traced to the es­sential oils arid antioxidants it contains. 
                                   
Benefits:
• Antioxidant
• Anti-inflammatory
• Helps resolve hair loss
• Can help with indigestion and appetite 
                                
Astaxanthine
This is one of the most potent antioxidants tested to date. Likely, we will see more marketing for xanthine supplements in the future. One of the most important uses of xanthines is decreasing inflammation and oxidation, thus improving immune system function and metabolism. This is why fucoxanthines have been shown to reduce insulin resistance, serum lipids, improve liver function, and weight issues. 
                             
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Helps reduce insulin resistance to decrease risk of diabetes, heart disease, and obesity
• Helps improve liver function
• Boosts immune system function 
                                         
Selenium (Ionic Sea Mineral Blend)
Supplementation with selenium may help reduce the risk of cancer, thyroid problems, aneurisms, infections, heart disease, and cardiomyopathy. 
                          
Benefits:
• Promotes cardiovascular health
• May reduce the risk of cancer
• Increases thyroid function 
                                   
Oranges, Sweet Limes, & Citric Acid
Citrus fruits are well known for their high vitamin C content, a lack of which has been implicated in health issues ranging from scurvy to cholesterol problems, hypertension, strokes, and heart disease. They are also high in lutein, associated with eye, heart, and prostate health; folic acid, a lack of which is associated with birth defects; and calcium. The content of calcium in these fruits is as high as, if not higher than the content of calcium in milk. Citrus products have also been shown to help with allergies and asthma. 
                             
Benefits:
• Antioxidant
• Helps prevent scurvy
• Enhances cardiovascular function
• Can improve respiratory conditions
• Helps lower the risk of osteoporosis 
                                             
Rose
From ancient times, rose has been associated with sexuality, and thus appears to affect cells involved with the reproduc­tive organs. As such, it helps not only with libido, but with menstrual problems and mood. Rose is also widely used in the cosmetic industry for skin preparations, and fragrances, likely because it contains micronutrients like vitamins A, B, C, D, and E, tannins, zinc, fructose, and malic acid. 
                                      
Benefits:
• Helps improve mood
• Resolves issues involving the reproductive organs
• Can help alleviate skin problems 
                                    
Magnesium (Ionic Sea Mineral Blend)
Magnesium is involved in over 500 enzymatic reac­tions of the body, to help it absorb and process vita­mins, minerals, and hormones. Proper magnesium in­take can reduce insulin resistance arid other metabolic problems. The lack of magnesium is rampant in our society, due to poor diets, food processing, environ­mental toxicity, soil depletion, and prescription drugs. It has been said that supplementing magnesium would bring a "higher return on investment and a higher re­duction of disease and pain, in a shorter time, than any miracle drug or high-tech development." 
                                
Benefits:
• Improves metabolic function• Increases nutrient absorption 
                                    
Chloride (Ionic Sea Mineral Blend)
There is overwhelming evidence on the functions of chlo­ride in all health issues, particularly in electric function of the nervous system, through cell communication issues. Depletion of this molecule is common in active people, those taking medications, and those with gastrointestinal and renal function problems. 
                                    
Benefits:
• Improves nervous system communication 
                                  
Boron (Ionic Sea Mineral Blend)
This mineral is best known for its functions on bone and muscle health. .Also, it is helpful by enhancing tes­tosterone, cognitive, skin, and optic functions. It has also been shown to help with osteoarthritis.
                                     
Benefits:
  Enhances bone, brain, and muscle health
  Provides testosterone support
  Helps improve skin and eye health 
                             
Blueberry
Blueberries are high in vitamins, minerals, polyphenols, and anthocyanins, which are potent antioxidant, anti-inflam­matory micronutrients. As such, they are helpful for many conditions, particularly urinary tract infections, memory loss, and DNA oxidation and damage. 
                                       
Benefits:
• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Relieves urinary tract infections
• Helps improve memory
• May protect DNA from oxidative damage 
                                    
Polysaccharides
The right sugars are vital for the correct glycolization of proteins involved in cell communication. As such, polysaccharides are indispensable to prevent cell inflammation & oxidation. The high consumption of refined sugars in our society results in displacing these healthy polysaccharides, causing insulin resistance, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. 
                                        
Benefits:
• Help prevent insulin resistance, obesity, diabetes, & heart disease

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