Antiaging Food Facts - G
Garlic helps to protect the body against cancer and
heart disease. A 1994 Iowa study showed that women who
ate a clove of garlic at least once a week were 50 percent
less likely to develop colon cancer. Another study suggested
that garlic was more effective at reducing cholesterol
levels and assisted blood thinning than aspirin - both
helping to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Seaweed gelatin from red algae [agar and carageenan]
has strong medicinal properties:
Anti-oxidant - anti-cancer . anti-tumour . anti-wrinkle
Pain Relief - and anti-inflammatory - good
for headaches and GI pain.
Immune Strength - increases immune function
and production of red blood count, helping protect against
anemia and leukemia.
Cell Production - Increases stem cell production
and cell growth; increasing the proliferation of cells.
Celluar Repair - repairs tissue and organ
damage; especially recommended for brain damage and
spinal cord damage.
Overall, Seaweed gelatin can help reverse any disease,
and can avoid the need for stem cell transplants.
Foods that contain agar and carageenan include: Ice-cream,
chocolate milk, evaporated milk, meal replacements,
canned meat and fish and some brands of yogourt. Dried
agar is available at Asian Food stores.
Caution - Do not use agar when you
have a cold or the flu. It increases the growth of microbes,
making you feel sicker. Treat first, then take. When
you have sprains or old injuries, use agar after the
evening meal, and avoid strenuous activity for 3-4 months.
Ginger is known to boost the digestive and circulatory
systems, and help to alleviate rheumatic aches and pains.
Grapes, in particular red grapes are a valued antiaging
food for their antioxidating properties. Red grapes
are high in flavonoids (a type of antioxidant). In particular,
resveratrol found in grape skins and seeds helps prevent
cancer by limiting tumor growth. Many enjoy the fortune
of red grapes as an antiaging superfood by indulging
in red wine - to receive the benefits of red wine, drink
regularly and in moderation (1-2 glasses maximum per
Green tea has been consumed in Asia for more than 5,000
years - recognized for its health giving properties.
Green tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinesis
plant, and contain high levels of antioxidants.
that help remove damaging free radicals.
Many studies [within inconclusive results] claim that
green tea is helpful in preventing: Arthritis, Asthma,
Cancer, Dental cavities, Diabetes, Heart Attacks, High
Cholesterol, Memory loss, Menopause related problems
Weight gain. With such a diverse list, green tea is
potentially one of the greatest antiaging foods available.
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