Kaiser Farms Health Benefits
Would you like to improve the quality of your life? Would you be interested in doing one simple thing that might add years to your life? Would you like to give your body extra protection from the risk of disease and the symptoms of aging?
Scientists say the biological potential of the human cell is 120 years. The question we need to answer is: Why are we not living to that potential? The raw materials the body needs to manufacture healthy cells are oxygen, water, and fuel from the foods we eat. Because of chemical poisoning, depletion, being overworked and tired our earth can no longer provide us with the nutrient rich foods we need. When the soil is deficient in trace elements our food and water is also deficient. Add to this, poor dietary choices, unhealthy habits and stress, we now have a nation of nutritionally bankrupt people.
Could we live to be 120? The answer according to scientists is YES!!! In order to live up to our biological potential we must first deal with eliminating toxic invaders that destroy our health. We are constantly bombarded with cellular-damaging substances called free radicals, generated by our environment from air, water pollutants, and other substances. Sunlight, radiation, drugs, pesticides, chemicals, solvents, fried foods, alcohol and tobacco smoke are just a few examples of free-radicals generating substances.
Our body produces antioxidant enzymes to protect our cells from oxidative damage. When antioxidant reserves are depleted and excess of free-radical production can cause peroxidative damage to cell membranes and liberate inflammatory mediators, which can suppress the immune system and lead to life-threatening disease. Today free radical damage has been linked to more than fifty medical conditions including various forms of cancer, cataracts, heart disease, arthritis and premature aging.
Our bodies try to protect us from free radical damage by producing antioxidant enzymes that neutralize them. However they are not capable of handling this function without trace mineral co-factors and antioxidants provided from our diets. Antioxidants are protective molecules also referred to as free radical scavengers. Superoxide dismutase, commonly called SOD is an example of an antioxidant enzyme the body produces. SOD is the primary antioxidant enzyme found in every cell of our body. Antioxidants destroy free radicals by feeding them electrons that change their chemical structure and render them harmless.
KAISER FARMS WISCONSIN GINSENG (KFWG)
Kaiser Farms Wisconsin Ginseng has long been recognized for promoting a feeling of overall well being and for its natural energizing properties. Now in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin, Madison’s Department of Kinesiology, Nutritional Science and Institute on Aging, Kaiser Farms ongoing research program is examining the super antioxidant effects of KFWG. Preliminary findings are confirming that KFWG has a strong ability to “scavenge” free radicals before they can cause damage to our cells. Even more exciting further research is showing that KFWG is also promoting the bodies own intrinsic antioxidant system to be more productive, studies reveal that Kaiser Farms Wisconsin Ginseng significantly increased production of antioxidant enzymes superoxide dismutase (SOD), glutathione peroxidase (GPX) and catalase (CAT). Cells have the unique ability to produce their own natural defense against free radicals. Kaiser Farms Ginseng not only neutralizes free radicals, but unlike any other product, also has the unique ability to stimulate the bodies own intrinsic antioxidant system to produce more antioxidant enzymes to combat oxidative stress on its own. Further more targeted research reveals that using KFWG significantly lowered the oxidation rate or cell damage in the heart, liver, and muscle tissue. NOW THAT’S EXCITING!!!!
There are 15.7million Americans with diabetes, 90 to 95% have the type two variety. Millions more are unaware they have elevated blood sugar levels, which puts them at risk for developing diabetes.
The difference between the two types of diabetes are: Type one is an autoimmune disease in which the body does not produce insulin. People with type one must take daily insulin injections to stay alive. Type two diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which the body is unable to make enough insulin or to use it properly.
Known as a “silent killer” diabetes can cause blindness, kidney disease, heart disease, stroke and nerve damage.
AMERICAN GINSENG SHOWING POSITIVE RESULTS
Several clinical trials were carried out by Canadian researcher Vladimir Vuksan, PhD and colleagues at St. Michael’s Hospital at the University of Toronto. Type two patients were given doses of American ginseng, ranging from 3 to 9 grams, at different intervals up to two hours before they consumed 25 grams glucose. After-meal glucose blood levels were notably reduced in all cases. What’s more, the reduction didn’t depend on the amount of herb given-or on the time it was given-prior to the glucose challenge. A minimum of 3 grams ginseng taken anytime within two hours of eating was enough to lower the amount of after-meal sugar in the blood (glycemia) in type two subjects by roughly 20%.
The blood sugar-lowering constituents of American ginseng are not known with certainty. Existing evidence points to the well-known ginsenosides as well as to a complex polysaccharide fraction consisting of three specific compounds known as glycans, which have been named quinquefolans A,B and C. The mechanism by which these reduce blood sugar is still unknown.
The ability to use American ginseng, an herb essentially devoid of side effects, for the control of moderate hyperglycemia and possible diabetes prevention, would be lifesaving news to many.
Diabetes is a serious condition. If you are currently on medication or a lifestyle program to manage your diabetes, do not make changes to your regimen without consulting your
physician. Some people are having very positive results using Kaiser Farms Wisconsin Ginseng, check out the testimonials.
A recent study done on the cancer preventing effects of ginseng, by Korean researchers stated that the regular use of Panax ginseng reduces the risk of cancer by 50%. Different forms of ginseng showed varying degrees of protection in this case control study of 1,987 pairs of humans. In this case control study scientists selected a patient without cancer for each patient diagnosed with cancer, then compared the differences in each pair. Each pair was selected by age (within two years) sex, and date of admission to the same hospital (within three months). All were patients at the Korean Cancer Hospital, which specializes in cancer, and is also a general hospital for non-cancer patients. In addition to determining each patient’s history of ginseng use, the scientists recorded information on sociodemographic characteristics, lifelong occupational history, and smoking and drinking habits. With respect to ginseng use, they asked about the age in which patients first used ginseng, the frequency and duration of use. Results were adjusted for age, sex, marital status, education, smoking and alcohol consumption.
The results: For all forms of cancer and all forms of ginseng, the rate of cancer incidence decreased steadily with duration of ginseng consumption and total lifetime use. Those who had taken ginseng for one year had 36% less cancer incidence than non-users, and those who used ginseng for five years or more had 69% percent less cancer incidence. Similarly, those who had used ginseng less than 50 times had a 45% reduction, while those who used ginseng for over 500 times had 72% less cancer, think about that, those who had used ginseng over 500 times had 72% less cancer.
NOW THINK ABOUT THIS
Three decades into the War on Cancer, the disease still takes the lives of 1 in 4 Americans and is the single biggest killer of adults in their prime. Its time to start winning this War !
Ginseng has been widely used in the treatment of general gynecological problems. Women who experience sever cramps associated with menstruation take ginseng to ease their pains. It has also been believed that ginseng relieves menopausal symptoms. In a clinical experiment, when ginseng was administered to eighty three menopausal patients for eight week, menopausal symptoms in seventy patients were alleviated (S. Ogita) The occurrence of estrogen-like compounds in ginseng was further evidenced: detection by thin layer chromatography of estrone, estradiol, and estrial in lipid soluble fraction of ginseng was reported (M. Anguelkova et al.)
In the REVISED EDITION-AMERICAN GINSENG IN AMERICA, a publication of the American Ginseng Society, Inc. American women report their experiences with American Ginseng. Some women entering the menopause years report rapid and dramatic improvements when they use ginseng for the problems of “change of life”. Here is an example of the comments published in the REVISED EDITION-AMERICAN GINSENG IN AMERICA.
I started taking ginseng midway through my menopause. up to that time, the usual menopausal symptoms were present, such as hot flashes, nervousness, depression, irritability, lassitude and fatigue. After taking American ginseng, these symptoms were greatly reduced. A vaginal smear was taken, and the cytologist’s report indicated no atypical or abnormal cells, and a high estrogen level. The cytologist asked if I was taking estrogen. (No estrogen was being taken)