A new study has shown that the juice of bitter melon, a commonly eaten vegetable in Asia and Africa, markedly suppresses the growth of pancreatic tumors in mice by disrupting the cancer cells’ metabolism of glucose, and literally starving them of the sugar they need to survive.
Bitter melon – Numerous health effects already known
Bitter melon (Momordica charantia) is widely cultivated and eaten across Southeast Asia, Africa, China, Japan, Oceania and even in the Caribbean. It is especially popular among Continue reading →
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A hallmark of our modern times is the fact that too many of us now eat processed, chemicalized, ersatz food. So it’s no wonder metabolic and digestive problems are on the rise, as are food allergies and obesity. There are real dangers in consuming the standard American diet. It’s time to get back to real food.
For millennia prior to the Industrial Revolution, most humans lived an agrarian lifestyle and people raised the food they and their families ate. Fast forward to 2012, and other than kitchen or summer gardens, most people don’t grow their own food nor do they put up food for the winter. But growing your own is something that can significantly improve your meals and your health. Continue reading →
Mercury contamination has long been a problem in California as mercury pollution from historic mining operations (left over from the Gold Rush) has leached into water supplies and entered the food chain. Now, researchers have also found that mercury travels over from Asia and is present in rainfall that falls along the coast.
According to scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC), this environmental exposure to mercury, especially if individuals consume fish containing mercury, may represent more of an environmental hazard than the mercury fillings in teeth.
“People are talking about things like removing dental fillings before cremating bodies (to prevent pollution), but our analyses indicate that this may be a trivial source of mercury compared to the inputs from industrial emissions in Asia,” says Russell Flegal, professor and chair of environmental toxicology at UCSC.
Since olden times MUMIO has been known to enhance regenerative processes in different organs and tissues and was used as an anti-inflammatory and antitoxic agent, as well as for general health improvement.
The word MUMIO (sometimes spelled “MUMIO”) comes from the Greek word “mumia”, meaning a preserved body. It is a natural substance found mainly in high virgin mountains (2,000 – 5,000 meters) of Asian parts of Russia and neighboring areas (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan) as a resinous deposit in rock crevices.
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