Are you looking for a powerful cancer fighting food? Tiny single cell organisms known as spirulina,were designed by nature 3.6 billion years ago. Spirulina generated the oxygen we have in our atmosphere and created an environment that allowed all higher forms of life to evolve into the rich diversity we find on earth today. Just think what it would mean to capture the energy of this food in your body and free yourself or someone you love from the threat of disease.
Spirulina is in the highest order of superfoods. It contains one of the most remarkable concentrations of nutrients known in any food, or herb. Spirulina is 60 percent highly digestible vegetable protein, and contains a huge concentration of beta carotene, vitamin B-12, trace minerals, and the rare essential fatty acid GLA, missing in people who were not breast fed. Spirulina is rich in polysaccharides, another name for essential sugars sometimes referred to as glyconutrients. It has a balanced spectrum of amino acids, cleansing chlorophyll, and the blue pigment phycocyanin with tremendous antioxidant, anti-cancer, and anti-inflammatory properties. (more…)
People often confuse the bilberry with the blueberry and of course both these delicious fruits have wonderful health benefits, especially their strong antioxident properties. Although bilberries and blueberries are similar in appearance and closely related, the bilberry is proven to have special benefits for eye health. And these eye health benefits are not something recent as – for example – British World War 2 pilots reported improved night vision when flying after eating bilberry jam!
Bilberries possess a high content of anthocyanins, which provide potent antioxidant activity. In addition to antioxidants, bilberries support healthy eye function through their anti-inflammatory, collagen stabilising, vasoprotective, and rhodopsin regenerating properties. So without a doubt, the main benefit of including bilberries in your diet is for your eye health. (more…)
It’s a frightening condition that will slowly rob you of your vision, ultimately leaving you helpless and blind — and because it comes on gradually and painlessly, you could have the earliest stages of this disease right now and not even know it.
It’s age-related macular degeneration, and it’s the leading cause of vision loss and blindness in seniors.
But while the prospect of slowly losing your vision is enough to frighten anyone, I’ve found that a blend of key antioxidants can help slow or even stop the damage of age-related macular degeneration — and new research backs my approach. (more…)
Glaucoma is an eye disease that causes damage to the optic nerve. Generally, the damage is due to increased pressure on the nerve (intraocular pressure). It is the second-most common cause of blindness in the U.S. According to the Glaucoma Research Foundation, there are over 60,000,000 people worldwide who suffer from glaucoma. (more…)
Dear Pat Davies,
I just sent you the Aspartame Resource Guide. Note that there is a URL for aspartame and blindness. It will give you a lot of information, and in Dr. Roberts medical text, Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic, www.sunsentpress.com there is an entire chapter on aspartame and the eyes.
Yes, aspartame triggers retinal detachment and bleeding. In fact, when Dr. Ralph Walton did a study on aspartame some years ago the institution stopped it. The administrator who took part in the study had a retinal detachment and lost vision in one eye. Someone else had conjunctival bleeding. Some said they were being poisoned. So the study was stopped.
I’m so sorry you weren’t warned in time. You should complain to Food Standards there but they won’t do anything, but send them a harsh letter just the same.
All my best,
www.mpwhi.com, www.dorway.com, www.wnho.net
Aspartame Toxicity Center, www.holisticmed.com/aspartame
Cataracts are common occurrences among aging humans and often their pets. They can occur among younger humans also. The symptoms are cloudy vision, extreme glare sensitivity, with a sense of trying to see in heavy fog under certain lighting conditions. This occurs after proteins interlock to form a glaze over the eye lens. (more…)