Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Problem Drinking Wheatgrass?

Don't worry, there is an alternative.

But, let me ask you -

Did you know that your heart may be one of the strongest muscles in the body but it can be one of the most fragile? Bad foods, stress and lack of exercise will break it down for sure!

Skywheat Wheatgrass Plus combines wheatgrass with 5 powerful legumes: barley grass, black beans, soy beans, wheat and natto. Fiber in black beans and wheat helps block cholesterol absorption. Soy protein, isoflavones and lunasin in soy beans help lessen bad cholesterol in the blood. Magnesium in wheatgrass relaxes constricted blood vessels and help in lowering blood pressure. The B vitamins in barley strengthen the blood vessels and the muscles that safeguard the heart. It also has the powerful enzyme, NATTOKINASE, which helps prevent and dissolve blood clots without the danger of bleeding.

If you are one who has:
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Poor blood circulation due to blood clots
  • History of any heart disease 
Then this can help. It's a natural food with no artificial ingredients or preservatives and 100% organic! It has no side effects and is recommended even for children.

Let me know if you want to try it ...

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Inspiring Christian Songs

Dear Readers,

Today I would like to share with you these songs that have inspired me recently:

All For You! Songs by Cocoy Claravall

May God be praised through music!

Friday, November 23, 2012

Stay Young Again, with YTE

Today I wanted to start a series of discussions on Young Tissue Extract, otherwise known as YTE. This is starting to create some noise here in Manila, and it's worth looking into.

YTE is derived from fertilized hen eggs that are incubated just until they reach the preembryonic stage. As the eggs approach this stage, biological substances are activated that exhibit favorable metabolic properties. The biological substances derived from the eggs are from protein fractions extracted at a precise point in development when key nutrients reach their peak concentration.

According to its proponents, YTE contains a natural combination of nutrients, including amino acids, glycopeptides, and oligopeptides, which form after fertilization. Once an egg is fertilized, a tremendous amount of activity takes place, including cellular growth, which is supported by the development of a high concentration of nutrients.

But the question is, can you not get these from nutritious foods today? What about the risk of salmonella. Also, not all eggs are the same. And cholesterol? You bet, that can be an issue. But according to the "experts" of YTE, in the pre-embryonic stage, 90% of cholesterol is consumed by the egg itself, so it shouldn't be a problem - well at least in theory.

Supplements based on YTE is said to slow down the aging process.

What do you think?