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  • The secret to surviving a heart attack? Eating plenty of salmon, pecans and vegetable oils ‘lowers chances of dying’
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    Oily fish like mackerel, salmon and sardines have high levels of omega-3

    Some nuts, seeds and oils contain high levels of plant-based equivalent

    Study looked at research based on more than 45,000 patients globally

    Eating a diet rich in oily fish, nuts and seeds cut the chances of dying from a heart attack by up to 10 per cent, researchers have found.

    Fish such as salmon and mackerel contain high levels of omega-3 acids while walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts and vegetable oils are full of the plant-based equivalent.

    Researchers from around the world joined together to form the Fatty acids and Outcomes Research Consortium (FORCE).

    They pooled findings from a number of large studies measuring blood or tissue levels of omega-3 in relation to heart disease over time.

    Eating a diet rich in oily fish like salmon and mackerel can aid your chances of recovery if you have a heart attack, according to a number of studies

    Using 19 studies from 16 countries and including 45,637 participants, they found plant-based and seafood-based omega-3s were associated with about a 10 per cent lower risk of fatal heart attacks.

    Of these, 7,973 people developed a first heart attack over time, including 2,781 deaths and 7,157 heart attacks which were not fatal.

    In contrast, the fatty acids biomarkers were generally not associated with a risk of non-fatal heart attacks, suggesting a more specific mechanism for benefits of omega-3s related to death.

    Study leader Soctor Liana Del Gobbo, a post-doctoral research fellow at Stanford University School of Medicine, said their findings represented the most comprehensive picture of how omega-3s may influence heart disease.

    ‘Across these diverse studies, findings were also consistent by age, sex, race, presence or absence of diabetes, and use of aspirin or cholesterol-lowering medications,’ he said.

    Senior author Professor Dariush Mozaffarian, dean of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, Boston, said: ‘At a time when some but not other trials of fish oil supplementation have shown benefits, there is uncertainty about cardiovascular effects of omega-3s.

    ‘Our results lend support to the importance of fish and omega-3 consumption as part of a healthy diet.’

    Fish is the major food source of omega-3 fatty acids, including eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosapentaenoic acid (DPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

    Pecans, hazelnuts, walnuts and vegetable oils contain high levels of plant-based omega-3 which studies have linked to reducing someone’s chances of dying from a cardiac episode

    Experts say fatty fish – such as salmon, trout, anchovies, sardines, and herring – contain the highest amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, although all fish contain some levels.

    In addition to omega-3 fatty acids, fish also provides specific proteins, vitamin D, selenium, and other minerals and elements.

    Profesor Mozaffarian added: ‘Most prior studies of dietary fats have relied on self-reported estimates of intake.

    ‘This new global consortium provides an unprecedented opportunity to understand how blood biomarkers of many different fats and fatty acids relate to diverse health outcomes, and many additional investigations are in progress.’

    The new study, published in the journal Internal Medicine, suggests that blood levels of seafood and plant-based omega-3 fatty acids are ‘moderately associated’ with a lower risk of dying from heart attacks.

    Victoria Taylor, senior dietician at the British Heart Foundation, said eating oily fish is recommended as part of a balanced diet to help protect heart health.

    ‘This study reinforces those recommendations and suggests there may also be a heart health benefit to omega-3 fats that come from vegetarian sources, such as flaxseed, rapeseed and soya oils, but more research would be needed to confirm these findings,’ she said.

    ‘Although eating a portion of oily fish a week has been recommended as part of a healthy balanced diet for some time, we know that there is still a way to go before people are meeting these recommendations.

    ‘At the moment we just eat around a third of a portion a week on average.’

    Source: Daily Mail

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  • Turmeric Heals Spinal Cord Injuries Better Than Drugs/Surgery, Review Suggests
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    Spinal cord injury can have devastating, and often irreversible effects. Conventional treatment relies on steroid drugs and surgery with lackluster results. What if an extract of turmeric works better and is safer?

    A promising new study published in Neurology Research International titled, “The Potential of Curcumin In Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury,” suggests that the ancient Indian spice turmeric, and its primary polyphenol curcumin, may provide victims of spinal cord injury (SCI) a safer and more effective approach than conventional treatment which relies primarily on surgery and corticosteroids, a class of anti-inflammatory drugs notorious for adverse health effects.

    Curcumin has been validated in hundreds of studies to have immense value in treating a wide range of inflammatory-based diseases. You can use the GreenMedInfo curcumin research portal to view the primary literature on the topic, where you will find over 200 studies demonstrating curcumin’s potent anti-inflammatory properties.

    Despite this wealth of already published research demonstrating curcumin’s powerful anti-inflammatory properties, the new study was the first to systematically review all the available data on curcumin’s effect’s on spinal cord injury, enabling a clearer picture of its value in relationship to standard therapies. The study quickly points out curcumin’s potential superiority vis-à-vis corticosteroids:

    Because all studies that compare the two show superior results for curcumin over corticosteroids, it could be true that curcumin better acts at the inflammatory source of SCI-mediated neurological injury, although this question remains unanswered in patients.”

    Why has curcumin been excluded from clinical research on spinal cord injury, and many other potential disease applications, thus far?

    The primary reason is that it is not patentable, and like all other natural substances of medicinal value, the massive capital inputs required to fund clinical trial research required for drug approval will simply not flow into something that has no potential return on investment. You can read more on the topic in two previous articles I wrote on the topic:

    Why The Law Forbids The Medicinal Use of Natural

    Why Is Turmeric Still Not FDA Approved?

    The question of whether clinical research will eventually materialize on curcumin and SCI is addressed powerfully in the closing comments of the study:

    Lastly, can clinicians shed the “herbal medicine” stigma and be able to acknowledge that ignoring its beneficial effects is largely due to a lack of clinical data and not necessarily a result of inferior clinical efficacy?

    This is a vitally important point: the absence of clinical proof via randomized, double-blind, multi-center, placebo-controlled human clinical trials does not mean that a substance is not clinically efficacious. The problem with “evidence-based” medicine and its proponents is that they assume an epistemological stance in the tradition of Napoleonic law: What is not explicitly allowed is forbidden; what is not explicitly confirmed as true, is assumed false. This is a type of medical monotheism/scientism that effectively closes the door on a practically infinite number of natural therapies that will never have the support of market forces that thrive on propriety formulas, and merely palliative approaches, which through evading resolving root causes produces an infinite growth model of incurability and expanding iatrogenic symptom generation.

    So, how exactly does curcumin provide therapeutic value in spinal cord injury?

    The main reason why curcumin has value in spinal cord injury is due to the fact that over-expressed and/or dysregulated inflammation is the primary driver of damage to damaged tissues. In spinal cord injury there are both primary and secondary inflammatory processes that are believed responsible for the often permanent damage caused by such injuries:

    Two phases of SCI exist; primary injury starts after physical impact causing damage to some axons, and the cascade of inflammatory events that follows causes the loss of large numbers of axons resulting in sensorimotor losses, termed secondary injury

    Clearly, then, curcumin may help to mitigate both the primary and secondary dimensions of inflammation-mediated spinal cord injury by acting as a potent, pleotropic anti-inflammatory. But this may only be the tip of the iceberg. There are other ways identified in this research that curcumin may confer a therapeutic role, such as its ability to stimulate the class of regenerative cells within the body known as stem cells. In fact, not until recently was it known that the spinal cord harbors stem cells capable of regenerating damaged tissue. Moreover, it was only recently demonstrated that turmeric possesses the ability (believed primarily mediated through the fraction known as aromatic tumerone) to stimulate regeneration of damaged neurological tissue via neural stem cells. We reported on this in greater depth recently in the article “How WHOLE Turmeric Can Heal The Whole Brain.” Another exciting finding, also reported recently, found that curcumin stimulates the proliferation of neural progenitor cells that can heal the spinal cord. Essentially, therefore, curcumin may be able to address the root cause of disability caused by spinal cord injury.

    The study also addresses curcumin’s role as an antioxidant and anti-fibrotic agent in mitigating SCI damage and stimulating accelerated healing. In support of this, you can view over 300 studies on curcumin’s antioxidant properties on our database here, and 14 studies on its anti-fibrotic properties here.

    Finally, the study looks at the compelling pre-clinical data showing that curcumin stimulates accelerated functional recovery in animal models of spinal cord industry. This is a very important aspect because even if science is not yet fully capable of understanding the exact mechanisms at play in stimulating spinal cord injury healing, the observation that curcumin does in fact produce functional improvement and/or recovery is the most important and relevant finding.

    Clearly, given the compelling research available showing curcumin has at least comparable if not superior effectiveness versus conventional treatment, it should at least be looked at as an adjunct/complementary therapy.

    Not surprisingly, our research investigation into natural spinal cord therapies conducted over the past 7 years has found over a dozen additional natural substances with potential value. You can view them here: http://www.greenmedinfo.com/disease/spinal-cord-injuries.


    The GreenMedInfo.com Research Dashboard: Spinal Cord Injuries

    Lastly, consider that turmeric extract (curcumin) has been studied (pre-clinically) to be superior to over a dozen conventional drugs. You can read more about this here: Science Confirms Turmeric As Effective As 14 Drugs. Clearly, the finding that curcumin may have therapeutic potential in spinal cord injury beyond that of conventional treatment is not novel given what has already proven about it.

    © June 25, 2016 GreenMedInfo LLC. This work is reproduced and distributed with the permission of GreenMedInfo LLC. Want to learn more from GreenMedInfo? Sign up for the newsletter here http://www.greenmedinfo.com/greenmed/newsletter.

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  • Brexit – What does it mean?
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    To all our European friends and customers please be assured that Herbs and Helpers will continue to work to EU standards regarding our products:

    All KPC Chinese Herbal Products

    Currently all these items meet or exceed current EU standards, we are happy to provide EU certificates with purchases if needed to verify this. Please be assured that no problems are anticipated regarding export, I don’t think the EU can refuse it’s own certificate!?!?!

    All Sinophyto Raw Herbs

    Currently all these items meet or exceed current EU standards, EU certificates are automatically provided with each purchase to verify this. Please be assured that no problems are anticipated regarding export, I don’t think the EU can refuse it’s own certificate!?!?!

    All Organic Pullulan Capsules

    Currently these items meet or exceed current EU standards, EU certificates can be provided with each purchase to verify this if needed. Organic certification is provided via USA and proof is automatically sent with each purchase. Please be assured that no problems are anticipated regarding export, I don’t think the EU can refuse it’s own certificate!?!?!

    Potential Issues

    We are hoping that the UK will continue to benefit from free trade with the EU, however in the case of tariffs being imposed then a review of prices is likely.

    Lorraine Hodgkinson AHG MRCHM

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