Original Limu

January 31, 2007

Lottery Update

Filed under: Blogging, Cancer, Fucoidan, General, Health, health drinks, heart attack, Heart Disease, Limu, Original Limu — Original Limu @ 12:30 pm

I have decided to extend the lottery by two weeks (ending 02/16/2007), and reduce the number of required entries to 25.  Hopefully we will get there.  Good luck!!

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January 7, 2007

Lottery for a Free Bottle of Original Limu

Since we are in the beginning of a brand new year, I think it will be fun to start the year off with an Original Limu contest…or should I say lottery.  The prize will be one unopened bottle of Original Limu delivered to your doorstep absolutley free.  So, if you have always wanted to try the product but have been a little skepticle, here is your chance.

To enter this lottery you do not have to buy a ticket, all you have to do is submit a comment to this post explaining what you plan to do this year to live a more healthy life.  The lottery will run until Wednesday, January 31st at midnight, at which time I will select a winner at random from the submitted comments.  The winner will be announced on this blog, and also notified via email.  The only requirement that must be met in order for the lottery to take place is that I must receive 100 submissions before February 1st.

So what do you have to loose?  Take a few moments to share what you plan to do to become more healthy, and you will be entered for a chance to win.  Good Luck!!

Building A Strong Immune System to Prevent Heart Disease

Filed under: AIDS, Blogging, Cancer, Fucoidan, Health, health drinks, heart attack, Heart Disease, Limu, Original Limu — Original Limu @ 2:26 pm

heart.jpgStudy of fucoidan’s anti-viral and anti-bacterial activity could also mean it has therapeutic value for preventing heart disease by bolstering immunity.  If, as some research suggests, C-reactive protein (CRP) is elevated from viral or bacterial activity, prevention of such an invasion could enhance our ability to lower our cardiovascular disease risk. 

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are assessing whether there is a possible connection between Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria known to cause stomach ulcers.  The bacterial infection is thought to be a precursor to gastric cancer and heart disease.  The study, which will look at H. pylori and the incidence of heart disease in African-Americans, should have implications for the population at large.

Scientists have found that fucoidan inhibits the adhesion of H. pylori in the gut, again, giving it a potential role in cardiovascular-disease prevention.  In studies, fucoidan’s anti-viral activity was shown to be effective against herpes simplex and HIV.

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