is a FULL SPECTRUM light. Its spectrum resembles sunlight: 380 nanometer
purple all the way to 840 nanometer infrared.
new microwaved world drowns us in a sea of non-native EMFs, we need
to mitigate this EMF pollution using sunlight and full-spectrum
FULL SPECTRUM light can be worn on the radial artery on the wrist
(compare to $750 Quantlet), it can also be used as an intranasal
light therapy device (Compare to $399 Vielight). The nasal cavity
is rich in blood vessels.
light delivered to the tissues is absorbed by the MITOCHONDRIA.
We need FULL SPECTRUM LIGHT during the winter, either from the SUN
or from full
Flaxseed and health
seeds and oil of the flax plant contain substances which promote good
health. Flaxseed and flaxseed oil are rich in alpha-linolenic acid
(ALA), an essential fatty acid that appears to be beneficial for heart
disease. ALA belongs to a group of substances called omega-3
requires the right ratio of Omega 3 fatty acids to Omega 6 fatty acids
in the diet. The ideal ratio is around 1:2. The average american diet
is more around 1:20 to 1:50, with way too much Omega 6 and not enough
Omega 3. The ratio present in Flaxseed
oil is about 4:1. So flaxseed oil is a good source of Omega 3. You should
consume every day small portions of flaxseed or flaxseed oil. However
if flaxseed oil is used in the diet for long time, without other oils,
it may cause Omega 6 LA deficiency symptoms. So
the best bet is to blend flaxseed oil with other oils that contain more
Omega 6, in order to get the right balance, such as
sunflower oil, evening primrose oil.
oil is good for the heart because it is the richest source of alpha-linolenic
acid. Flaxseed itself (ground or whole) also contains lignans, which may
have antioxidant actions and may help protect against certain cancers,
though not everyone agrees on this issue.
of including some flaxseed in your diet
and flaxseed oil may help to:
Lower cholesterol, protect against heart
disease and control high blood pressure. Several studies indicate
that flaxseed oil, as well as ground flaxseeds, can lower cholesterol,
thereby significantly reducing the risk of heart
disease. Flaxseed oil may also have a protective effect against
angina (chest pain) and high blood pressure. In addition, a 5-year
study done recently at Boston's Simmons College found that flaxseed
oil may be useful in preventing a 2nd heart attack. It may also
help prevent elevated blood pressure by inhibiting inflammatory
reactions that cause poor circulation and artery-hardening
Counter inflammation associated with lupus and gout. Omega-3
fatty acids appear to limit the inflammatory reaction associated
with these conditions. In cases of lupus, flaxseed oil not only
reduces inflammation in the joints, kidneys and skin, but also lowers
cholesterol levels that may be elevated by the disease. Taking flaxseed
oil for gout may lessen the often sudden and severe joint
pain or swelling that is a symptom of this condition.
Control constipation, hemorrhoids,
diverticular disorders. Because they are high in soluble fiber,
ground flaxseeds can help ease the passage of stools
and thus relieve constipation, hemorrhoids and diverticular disease.
risk. The lignans in flaxseed appear to play a role in protecting
against breast, colon, prostate, and perhaps skin cancer. In one
study(1), prostate cancer patients who added about 3 heaping tablespoons
of ground flaxseed daily to their diet, had more slowly-dividing
tumor cells and a greater rate of tumor cell death than men who
did not follow such a diet, after about 5 weeks.
researchers found no significant difference in levels of prostate
specific antigen (PSA), a protein in the blood which indicates prostate
cancer progression, between the 2 groups - although men in the early
stages of the disease experienced a trend toward lower levels.
is the most common cancer among American men, excluding skin cancers.
The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 198,000 new
cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed in the U.S. each year. While
the cancer will be diagnosed in about 1 in 6 men, about 1 in 30
will die of the disease.
oil with cottage cheese?
Budwig is known and highly respected around the world, as Germany's premier
biochemist. Over the years she has published a number of books including
Oil as a True Aid Against Arthritis, Heart Infarction, Cancer, and other
mid 1950's, Dr. Budwig began her extensive research on the benefits of
flaxseed because of its rich essential fatty acid content known as "linoleic
and linolenic". Dr. Budwig assisted many seriously ill, even those
who were given up for terminal by orthodox medical doctors, helping them
to regain their health through a simple regimen of flaxseed oil blended
with cottage cheese.
supplemented her patients' diets with 2 tablespoons of flaxseed oil combined
with 1/4 cup of cottage cheese. Dr. Budwig found that a yellowish green
substance in their blood was replaced with a healthy red pigment, hemoglobin.
She also found that the tumors receded and disappeared, anemia was alleviated,
and vital energy was regained.
Dr. Johanna Budwig's Blend:
in your blender:
cup organic cottage cheese
2-5 Tbsp. of flaxseed oil
1-3 Tbsp. of freshly ground up flaxseed (electric coffee grinder
($15) works fine)
enough water to make it soft
(red hot chilly pepper)
cheese? Flaxseed oil is made more effective when 2 tablespoons of the
oil are added to 1/4 cup of cottage cheese. The essential fats bind to
the proteins in the cottage cheese making them more easily absorbed by
information on this dynamic duo, you may want to check out the book “Fats
That Heal - Fats That Kill” by Udo Erasmus.
flaxseed or flaxseed oil?
flaxseed oil is the easiest form to use, although it must be kept refrigerated.
It is available either in liquid form, or in capsules.
prefer to use ground flaxseeds, just add 1 or 2 tablespoons of to an 8-ounce
glass of water and mix. Flaxseeds have a pleasant, nutty flavor and taste
good sprinkled on salads, cooked vegetables, or cereals.
the seeds (or buy ground flaxseed) because whole seeds simply pass through
the body. Grinding the seeds just before using them best preserves flavor
and nutrition, but pre-ground seeds are more convenient. Keep them refrigerated.
There are no nutritional differences between brown and yellow seeds.
absorption, take flaxseed oil with food. It is easily mixed into juices
and other drinks, and its nutty, buttery flavor complements cottage cheese,
yogurt and many other foods. You can also use it instead of olive oil
in a salad dressing. Don't cook with it, however, as this will deplete
the oil's nutrient content.
In my opinion
the best price on the internet for high quality flaxseed oil is here.
I also like Puritan Pride's special "Buy
1 Get 2 FREE" promotions on flaxseed oil.
oil in an opaque plastic bottle. This will prevent light from spoiling
it. Also check
the expiration date on the label, as the oil spoils quickly. Keep it refrigerated
for freshness. Should the oil develop a powerful odor, discard it.
(1) Urology July 2001;58
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