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Interview with Dr. Hank Liers, Part 1: Nutritional supplements and cellular energy

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The Super berry is sweetened with tagatose, as well as xylitol, fructooligosaccharides, and a little stevia. In the Super Greens, we have mannitol, xylitol, fructooligosaccharides, and a little stevia. These are' the basic differences. Mike: That is the only ingredient I would ever be concerned about. I do not like the sugar alcohols. Dr. Liers: Why is that? Mike: Gastrointestinal effects. Dr. Liers: There are different levels for gastrointestinal effects. There is an adaptation process to xylitol typically.

Super Healthy Gift Ideas for the Holiday Season

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Goji berries, by the way, are considered the "longevity berry" in Chinese medicine. 1,000 Kilos of Soap Nuts Natural Laundry Detergent Just Arrived! I have great news just in time for the Christmas season: We've just received another 1,000 kilograms of soap nuts (as in, literally just this morning). This is the 100% natural laundry detergent that grows on trees.

Safe Trip to Eden: Ten Steps to Save Planet Earth from the Global Warming Meltdown

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I drove down Highway 33, past berry Petroleum, Conoco, ExxonMobil, and a host of independents' signs. I took Shale Road down toward the coastal foothills. I was surrounded. You do not know what an oilfield is until you have visited the Midway-Sunset field, and you are driving down Shale Road, and the oil pumps become ever more numerous. I turned off the radio, which was now nothing but static. Grating pumping sounds surrounded my brain like a thousand buzzing wasps. It was what I imagine it would be like being in the midst of a herd of thousands of wildebeests.

PDR for Herbal Medicines, Fourth Edition

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Tatum JH, berry RE, (1977) Phytochemistry 16, 109. Bittersweet Nightshade Solanum dulcamara description Medicinal Parts: The medicinal part is the stem of the plant. Flower and Fruit: The violet flowers are arranged in 10 to 20 blossomed, hanging, long-peduncled, paniclelike forms. The calyx is fused, 5-tipped and does not drop. The corolla has a very short tube and 5 long tips, which become revolute when mature. At the base of each tip, there are 2 green spots surrounded by white. There are 5 stamens with golden yellow anthers, which lean toward each other, and 1 superior ovary.

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease

Steven V. Joyal
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Greater power appears to reside in the whole berry, not just in the coffee seed, or bean, which is what remains after the outer layers of the berries are separated out and the beans are roasted. Coffee berries contain polyphenols that have been shown to support healthy blood glucose, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels, and to reduce free-radical damage, among other benefits that are especially important for people with insulin resistance and/or diabetes. Many of these benefits are significantly reduced once the berries are harvested, processed, and roasted to make the cup of coffee you enjoy.

Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease

Ann M. Coulston and Carol J. Boushey
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Instead, since recent studies have indicated that they have been shown to have considerable efficacy in reducing the deleterious effects of neuronal aging, this chapter will focus more on the antioxidant/anti-inflammatory potential of green tea catechins, curcumin, and berry fruits. A. Green Tea Catechins Catechins are derived from a number of sources, including green tea, red wine, and dark chocolate (see [186]). The most extensively studied have been those from green tea. (?

The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why

Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S.
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In that case, you really have a choice; I decided to include the whole berry on the list since space was limited and the juice isn't as well known. Although the mantra "eat more fruits and vegetables" has been repeated so often it's become a cliche, it's worth pointing out that fruits and vegetables as categories are quite distinct from a blood sugar point of view. If you put a gun to my head and made me choose one of the two categories, it would be no contest: Vegetables are the clear winner.

Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief

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Parts Used: berry, flower, leaf Hawthorn is a trophorestorative for the heart and circulatory system. It is frequently used for people with angina pain, mild congestive heart failure, and many other cardiovascular conditions as well as to treat or prevent atherosclerosis. Few people are aware that hawthorn also is an excellent nervine. In Chinese medicine, the heart stores the shen. Disturbed shen symptoms include anxiety, insomnia, bad dreams, palpitations, and irritability.

The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why

Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S.
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Here's an interesting fact: Eggplant is considered a fruit, but botanically it's actually a berry. Go figure. It's related to the potato and tomato and is a member of the nightshade family. Like all nightshades, eggplant contains a substance called solanine. In theory, if solanine is not destroyed in the intestine, it could be toxic. This is generally not an issue, but one horticulturalist, Dr. Norman Childers, has hypothesized that some people with osteoarthritis may not be able to destroy solanine in the gut, leading to solanine absorption and aggravating osteoarthritis.

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease

Steven V. Joyal
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Impressed, she then added chromium, coffee berry extract, and benfotiamine to her daily regimen, and her blood sugar levels improved so much over the next few months that her doctor told her she could stop taking metformin. She continues to be drug-free, is taking all four supplements, and her blood glucose levels remain good: 90 mg/dL average for fasting levels and 114 mg/dL average after meals. At first, Brad was skeptical about his wife's "experimenting" with herbal supplements.

The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why

Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S.
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Though it makes up only about 3 percent of the whole wheat berry, nutritionally it's the motherlode. It's rich in vitamin E, zinc, iron, fiber, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, thiamin, folate, vitamin B6, manganese, and selenium. A 'At cup of wheat germ contain 104 calories, more than 6 g of protein, a little more than 2 g of healthy fat, and almost 4 g of fiber. The oil in wheat germ is also a source of a compound called octacosanol.

Survival of the Sickest: A Medical Maverick Discovers Why We Need Disease

Dr. Sharon Moalem
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Halle berry, Mikhail Gorbachev, and George Lucas all have diabetes. It's one of the most common chronic diseases in the world, and it's getting more common every day. Diabetes is all about the body's relationship to sugar, specifically the blood sugar known as glucose. Glucose is produced when the body breaks down carbohydrates in the food we eat. It's essential to survival—it provides fuel for the brain; it's required to manufacture proteins; it's what we use to make energy when we need it.

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease

Steven V. Joyal
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Although ginseng roots are traditionally the part of the plant used in remedies, a 2002 study at the University of Chicago found that an extract of the ginseng berry could be useful in treating diabetes and obesity. When the researchers administered ginseng to an experimental test group with diabetes, the group's blood glucose levels, sensitivity to insulin, cholesterol levels, and weight improved, and appetite decreased. The study's investigators concluded that the chemical makeup of the berries differs from that of the root, yet the berries were very effective in treating diabetes.

Prescription for Natural Cures: A Self-Care Guide for Treating Health Problems with Natural Remedies Including Diet and Nutrition, Nutritional Supplements, Bodywork, and More

James F. Balch, M.D. and Mark Stengler, N.D.
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Red Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) Medicinal Use: Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, sore throat, pregnancy support Parts Used: Leaf and berry Form Used: Tincture, tea, food Potential Side Effects: None known Comments: Historically, it has been used by herbalists and naturopathic doctors as a uterine tonic before or during pregnancy.

Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief

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The green, unripe berry is crushed and used as a poultice for external use; it has antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is used to prevent infection in skin wounds and to treat skin diseases, including psoriasis, ringworm, and scabies. It also is used for saddle sores and girth gall in horses. Asian Ginseng In animal studies, Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) has been shown to prevent high blood sugar levels and neurological damage caused by lack of oxygen to the brain. It also has been shown to enhance exercise performance, learning, and memory.

The Healing Power of Rainforest Herbs: A Guide to Understanding and Using Herbal Medicinals

Leslie Taylor, ND
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It also produces a showy fruit; the edible juicy berry turns from green to yellow, to red, and finally, black when ripe. In Mexico, the ripe berry is turned into wine. The plant is indigenous to most all of South America, the West Indies, Mexico, and even southern Florida. Due to its beauty and adaptability from hot and dry climates to hot and humid climates, it has been gaining in popularity over the last few years as a landscape plant in parts of the lower United States, including Texas, Florida, and California.

Food Synergy: Unleash Hundreds of Powerful Healing Food Combinations to Fight Disease and Live Well

Elaine Magee
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And to me, summer hasn't really begun until I've gone to the farmers' market in my town and made a batch of triple berry jam (using less sugar, of course). I hold the jar up and announce, "The first jam of summer!" not unlike when the conductor shouts, "The first gift of Christmas!" in The Polar Express. Just in case you are timid about buying and storing berries, here are four basic tips. þAvoid buying bruised or oozing berries. Turn the clear baskets over to check the berries on the bottom. þLook for firm, plump, full-colored berries.

Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, Revised Second Edition

Michael T. Murray, N.D., Joseph E. Pizzorno, N.D.
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The fruit is a blue-black berry that differs from an American blueberry in that its meat is also blueblack. Bilberry leaf tea has a long history of folk use in the treatment of diabetes. This use is supported by research which has shown that oral administration reduces blood sugar levels in normal and diabetic dogs, even when glucose is injected intravenously at the same time.107,108 Although this research is interesting, it is thought that the berries or extracts of the berries offer even greater benefit. Bilberry flavonoids (anthocyanosides) provide numerous benefits in diabetics.

The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why

Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S.
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Im cn Tomatoes Botanically speaking, tomatoes are a fruit; technically, they're a berry, and legally, they're a vegetable. No, I'm not making this up. In an 1893 ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court, the tomato became legally classified as a vegetable because it's Tomato-Eating Men Have Fewer Prostate Cancers Cooked tomatoes, especially those cooked with oil, are a rich source of the carotenoid lycopene. There is promising research showing that lycopene is associated with significant reduction in prostate cancer.

PDR for Herbal Medicines, Fourth Edition

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The fruit is an oblong, scarlet, and many-seeded berry. Leaves, Stem, and Root: The plant is a subshrub from 30 to 150 cm in height with a creeping, branched rhizome. The stem is twining or creeping, woody below, angular and usually glabrous. The leaves are petiolate, the upper and lower ones are usually cordate and acute. The middle leaves are usually pinnatesect with one pair of lateral segments and a large terminal segment. Habitat: The plant is common in Europe, northern Africa, eastern and western Asia, and North America.
The fruit is a pea-sized black, occasionally green or yellow, berry. Leaves, Stem and Root: Solanum nigrum is an annual plant 10 to 50 cm in height. The stem is erect, leafy and angular with outward-inclined branches. The leaves are fleshy, petiolate, rhomboid or ovate. They narrow to a cuneate base, which is crenate-dentate and glabrous or sparsely pubescent. Characteristics: The plant has a musklike odor when wilting and is poisonous. Habitat: The plant is found worldwide.
The fruit is a 15 to 20 mm long berry, which is 2 to 3.5 mm across, sturdy, clavate, initially fleshy, glabrous, and red. It turns brown-white anddries out when ripe. The seeds are black, rough, 1 to 1.5 mm long and 1 mm wide. Leaves, Stem, and Root: The plant is a succulent, spineless, globular or top-shaped, bluish-green cactus with up to 13 distinct vertical ribs. It grows to 20 cm. From one rhizome side shoots are produced to create a cactus formation of 1.5 m across. The roots are tuberous and 8 to 11 cm long.

The Hero with a Thousand Faces Joseph Campbell

Joseph Campbell
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When he comes to weakness—whether he come to weakness through old age or through disease—this person frees himself from these limbs just as a mango, or a fig, or a berry releases itself from its bond; and he hastens again, according to the en- 1 Bhagavad Gita, 10:20. trance and place of origin, back to life. As noblemen, policemen, chariot-drivers, village-heads wait with food, drink, and lodgings for a king who is coming, and cry: 'Here he comes! Here he comes!' so indeed do all things wait for him who has this knowledge and cry: 'Here is the Imperishable coming!

Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease

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Elder, J. P., berry, C. C, Rupp, J. W., Atkins, C. J., Buono, M. J., and Nelson, J. A. (1991). BEACHES: An observational system for assessing children's eating and physical activity behaviors and associated events. J. Appl. Behav. Anal. 24, 141-151. 143. Klesges, R. C, Eck, L. H., Hanson, C. L., Haddock, C. K., and Klesges, L. M. (1990). Effects of obesity, social interactions, and physical environment on physical activity in preschoolers. Health Psychol. 9, 435^149. 144. Sallis, J. F., Alcaraz, J. E., McKenzie, T. L., Hovell, M. F?Kolody, B., and Nader, P. R. (1992).
Diabetes Care 17, 242-246. 90. berry, E. M. (1997). Dietary fatty acids in the management of diabetes mellitus. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 66, 991S-997S. 91. Garg, A., Bonanome, A., Grundy, S. M., Zhang, A. J., and Unger, R. H. (1988). Comparison of high-carbohydrate diet with high monounsaturated-fat diet in patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. N. Engl. J. Med. 391, 829-834. 92. Coulston, A. M., Hollenbeck, C. B., Swislocki, A. L. M., and Reaven, G. M. (1989). Persistence of hypertriglyceridemic effect of low-fat high-carbohydrate diets in NIDDM patients. Diabetes Care 12, 94-101.
M., and berry, T. D. (1997). Dietary fats and colon cancer: Assessment of risk associated with specific fatty acids. Int. J. Cancer 73, 670-677. 12. Howe, G. R., Aronson, K. J., Benito, E., et al. (1997). The relationship between dietary fat intake and risk of colorectal cancer: Evidence from the combined analysis of 13 case-control studies. Cancer Causes Control 8, 215-228. 13. Le Marchand, L., Wilkens, L. R., Hankin, J. H., Kolonel, L. N., and Lyu, L. C. (1997).

Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief

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This wonderful energizing juice combines fresh schisandra berry juice with water and sugar. In Russia, schisandra berries are cooked and mixed with hardy kiwi berries to make a filling for confections. Schisandra Five-Flavor Tea 1 tablespoon dried whole schisandra berries 3-4 sticks licorice, cut into small pieces 3-inch piece of fresh ginger, coarsely chopped 6 cups water Honey to taste Eleuthero also can be added to this tea Combine the herbs in a saucepan with 6 cups of water. Cover and bring to a boil over high heat.

Natural Health Solutions

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Healing foods for high cholesterol ***** fenugreek ***** thyme ***** garlic ***** matsutake ***** wheat grass ***** hawthorn berry ***** dandelion ***** reishi mushroom Healing herbs for high cholesterol ***** evening primrose oil ***** cod liver oil ***** guar gum ***** kelp ***** psyllium ***** spirulina ***** chlorella Products to consider for high cholesterol: •* Fresh blueberries or Blueberry Extract, Policosanol, Kyolic Reserve, an aged garlic extract, Super EPA / DHA with Sesame Lignans and Olive Fruit Extract (www. LEF.org) <*" GCW Antioxidant Defense System PURPLE (www.

Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief

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The red berry ripens in the autumn and is used as a food and medicine. The young leaf is edible and can be cooked in soups as a bitter green. According to the ancient text Shi Shu, written by Lu Ji, eating the fruit and leaf "makes one feel happy and vigorous." The root bark is known as di gu pi and is used to lower fevers and treat arthritis. The seedling of the herb is called gou qi ye, and it is used to make soup. An old saying was to not eat this herb "when traveling thousands of miles away from home." This was because it was a powerful tonic and enhanced sexual desire.
The green, unripe berry is crushed and used as a poultice for ringworm as well as for saddle sores on horses. The Masai use the leaf juice to treat conjunctivitis (pink eye). Modern Uses Most adaptogens are stimulating; ashwagandha is a bit unusual in that it is a calming adaptogen. It enhances endocrine function, especially helping to re-regulate the thyroid, testes, and adrenal glands. Few herbs have a direct effect on thyroid function, but in animal and human studies, ashwagandha root was found to stimulate the thyroid, making it useful for hypothyroidism.

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