Original Limu

September 14, 2006

Why Drink Limu Every Day? (Part 3)

Filed under: Blogging, Fucoidan, Health, health drinks, Original Limu — Original Limu @ 8:55 am

Cancer Inhibiting Properties

  1. Breaks Down Dangerous Cells A Japanese study showed fucoidan causes DNA within individual cancer cells to break down by the cell’s own enzymes.
  2. Slows Tumor Growth Laboratory studies show that fucoidan effectively blocks the G1 phase of cell division, discouraging the growth of malignant tumors in tests using human bronchopulmonary carcinoma cells.
  3. Inhibits Malignant Cells Limu’s fucoidan stimulates production of interleukin and interferon compounds, inhibiting malignant cell growth. Its lamarin also has anti-cancer compounds.
  4. No Side Effects Doctors in Japan have found no side effects from fucoidan supplementation in the treatment of colon and lung cancer as well as leukemia.
  5. Inhibits Cancer Cell Growth Limu’s fucoidan helps the immune surveillance system recognize and inhibit cancer cell growth.
  6. Prevents Carcinogenic Transformation Limu compounds can prevent transformation of phospholipids to carcinogenic substances.
  7. Prevents Carcinogenic Bowel Flora Limu’s compounds inhibit the creation of carcinogenic flora in the bowel.
  8. Reduces Cancer Risk The Limu plant has compounds that reduce the risk of certain cancers by reducing plasma cholesterol.

Women, Hormones & Breast Health

  1. Improves Hormone Levels A combination of soy and Limu’s fucoidan impacts hormone levels in postmenopausal women.
  2. Works with Soy Researchers at the University of South Carolina believe their study demonstrates that soy and fucoidan work synergistically, possibly protecting against the formation of malignant breast tumors.
  3. Protects from Steroids Limu reduces the binding of steroids to breast tissue.
  4. Protects Breast Tissue Limu helps protect breast tissue against pollutants and toxins.
  5. Contributes to Breast Health Limu supplies vital trace minerals that protect breast tissue.
  6. Alleviates Bladder Infections
  7. Reduces Yeast Infections
  8. Alleviates Premenstrual Distress Limu is a rich source of vitamins B1, B2, and B12, helping battle symptoms of moodiness.

Diabetes & Hypoglycemia Help

  1. Balances Blood Sugar Limu’s fucoidan can slow the infusion of glucose into the bloodstream, helping keep blood sugar levels stable.
  2. Prevents Insulin Over-Response Fucoidan’s affect on glucose can help prevent excessive insulin responses in diabetics, reducing the chance of hypoglycemia.

Gastrointestinal Issues

  1. Improves GI Function Consistent fucoidan supplementation resulted in improved function of the upper gastrointestinal tract, according to studies conducted in Tokyo.
  2. Prevents Ulcers The Yakult Central Institute for Microbiological Research reported that C-fucoidan prevented the attachment of H.pylori (ulcer causing bacteria) to stomach lining cells.
  3. Relieves Peritonitis Limu’s fucoidan presence may prevent inflammation-causing white cells from migrating to the stomach lining, helping reduce peritonitic inflammation.
  4. Alleviates Constipation Limu’s mucilage helps the body hold moisture which can reduce constipation.
  5. Helps with Colon Diseases See Reason #1 “Improves GI Function”.
  6. Reduces Indigestion See Reason #1 “Improves GI Function”.

Blood Clot & Stroke Improvement

  1. Improves Stroke Damage Limu’s fucoidan has strong anti-inflammatory properties that may help minimize brain damage and memory impairment in stroke sufferers, when taken in repeated doses.
  2. Lowers Stroke Risk There is evidence Limu’s fucoidan discourages the formation of blood clots, lowering the risk of both heart attacks and strokes. The Department of Surgical Sciences in Stockholm concluded that the anti-coagulating properties of fucoidan are more potent than the commonly prescribed Heparin.
  3. Helps Prevent Blood Clots Limu’s fucoidan is an anti-clotting compound.

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