Wednesday, September 28, 2016

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• In one study in 10 healthy men, green tea increased energy expenditure by 4% 

• By mobilizing fatty acids from the fat tissues and making them available for use as energy, caffeine itself has also been shown to improve physical performance. 

• In 2 different studies physical performance was improved by 11-12% on average from caffeine.


• Helps increase energy and mental focus. Green tea contains a small amount of caffeine, which a
2008 study in Nutrition Bulletin found can improve mood, cognitive function and physical
performance. Green tea contains less caffeine than does coffee.

• Provides L-theanine, an amino acid shown to promote a state of calm awareness. Bottom line,
green tea provides the benefits of alertness associated with caffeine without the "jittery"
feeling often experienced as a side effect of coffee.

• Improves various aspects of brain function, including improved mood, vigilance, reaction
time and memory.

Ruxton, C. H. S. "The impact of caffeine on
mood, cognitive function, performance and
hydration: a review of benefits and
risks." Nutrition Bulletin 33, no. 1 (2008): 15-

• L-theanine helps to increase the neurotransmitters, GABA, which has and anti anxiety effect, and increases dopamine and the production of alpha waves in the brain.
• Because of the L-theanine and the smaller dose of caffeine, green tea can give you a much milder and different kind of “ENERGY” than coffee.
• Many people report having more stable energy and being much more productive when they drank green tea, compared to coffee.

Research has found that green tea may help improve brain function in the short
term, and it may also protect your brain in old age.

• Multiple studies show that the catechin compounds in green tea can have various protective effects on neurons in test tubes and animal models.

• Studies show that green tea can improve insulin sensitivity.

• In a study done with Japanese people they found that those who drank the most green tea had a 42% lower risk of developing type II diabetes.
• In 7 different studies with a total of 286,701 individuals, green tea drinkers had an 18% lower risk of becoming diabetic.

• One of the more powerful compounds in green tea is the antioxidant EGCG.
• It is loaded with polyphenols like flavonoids and catechins, which function as powerful antioxidants • Green tea contains the potent antioxidant EGCG, which is high in polyphenols. 

In a statement by Swen Wolfram, PhD, from Basel, Switzerland, he stated the following, “Due to the tremendous interest of the public and the scientific community, the health benefits of green tea were extensively investigated during the past few years. No other traditional beverage has received such widespread scientific attention, and knowledge about its positive effects is exceptional. The various health benefits of regular green tea consumption may finally result in a prolonged life span.”

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Prodigy-5 by Forevergreen and Anti-oxidants

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• Oxidants are free radicals that either our bodies produce or we get from the
• Our bodies create oxidants as a response to stress or poor diet, or we are exposed to oxidants through environmental factors like pollution.
• Oxidative damage is a contributing factor to many diseases, including muscle and tissue degeneration, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and many other health problems.

Dean P. Jones. Redefining oxidative stress. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. 2006 September 20. 8(9-10): 1865-
1879. doi:10.1089/ars.2006.8.1865.

• Free radicals are atoms or groups of atoms with an odd (unpaired) number of electrons.
• They are like bullies that are low in energy and attack healthy cells and steal their energy to satisfy themselves.
• Free radicals cause damage to our blood vessels, which can lead to deposits of bad cholesterol and block arteries.
• Free radicals come in many shapes, sizes, and chemical configurations. What they all share is a voracious appetite for electrons, stealing them from any nearby substances that will yield them.

The human body naturally produces free radicals and the antioxidants to counteract their damaging effects. However, in most cases, free radicals far outnumber the naturally occurring antioxidants. In order to maintain the balance, a continuous supplemental source of external antioxidants are necessary in order to obtain the maximum benefits of antioxidants. 

What are antioxidants and why do we need them?
• Antioxidants are the nutrients’ police force!
• They are free radical scavengers!
• They get rid of the bullies!
• Antioxidants are like a million microscopic special ops on a mission to save your body from the inside out.

The benefits of antioxidants are very important to good health, because if free radicals are left unchallenged, they can cause a wide range of illnesses and chronic diseases.

Where can we find antioxidants?
• Obtained through our foods and produced by are bodies, antioxidants are a powerful defense system.
• Antioxidants can be found in flavonols (found in chocolate), resveratrol (found in wine), Ellagic acid (found in Raspberries and pomegranate), and lycopene (found in tomatoes). Other popular antioxidants include vitamins A (beta-carotene), C, E, and catechins.


• Raspberries and pomegranates contain one of the most powerful antioxidants known, Ellagic acid.
• Ellagic acid is a potent natural antioxidant that can be found in raspberries and pomegranates.
• Ellagic acid has been shown to be an effective antimutagen and anti-carcinogen.

Daniel EM. Quantification and liberation of ellagic acid in dietary sources, and its effects, in combination with 13-sic retinoic acid, on the development of N-nitrosobezylmethylamine-induced esophageal tumors in F344 rats. Diss Abstr Int. 51(10):4787. 1991.

Anthocyanins (red flavonoid pigment found in plants) give pomegranates their red color and offer 
a strong serving of antioxidants. Punicalagins (a type of phenolic compound) specifically support cardiovascular and neurological health.

Studies have shown that antioxidants can play a role in reducing the cell damage of free radicals.

Liu W1, Ma H, Frost L, Yuan T, Dain JA, Seeram 

NP. Pomegranate phenolics inhibit formation of
advanced glycation endproducts by scavenging
reactive carbonyl species.Food Funct. 2014 Sep

Haleem MA, Barton KL, Borges G, Crozier A,
Anderson AS. Increasing antioxidant intake from
fruits and vegetables: practical strategies for the
Scottish population. J Hum Nutr Diet. 2008
Dec;21(6):539-46. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-
277X.2008.00906.x. Epub 2008 Aug 27. 

• Antioxidants are powerful molecules that support healthy aging in more ways than one.
• These potent compounds aid in an overall healthy lifestyle by supporting cellular health.
• Aging isn’t about your chronological age; it is more about the amount of stress in your life and the the function of your cells!

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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

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Single-celled organisms that have been on the earth for billions of years
• Microalgae that contain chlorophyll and require sunlight in order to live and grow
• Can be found in both fresh and salt water

• Phytoplankton consume carbon dioxide and release oxygen
• Phytoplankton are the most fundamental nutrient on the planet
• In a balanced eco system, phytoplankton are the primary food for many sea creatures
• The majority of the world’s oxygen comes from phytoplankton

PHYTOPLANKTON & NUTRITION • Our bodies need micronutrients and trace elements to be healthy and perform optimally • Phytoplankton is a viable source of vitamins and minerals • Even the composition of human plasma is similar to that of sea water containing phytoplankton

• Phytoplankton contain a large array of vitamins, amino acids, minerals and other nutrients
• It is also rich in riboflavin, a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals
• Hundreds of carotenoids and potent phytochemicals found in phytoplankton work together to protect your body
• It is rich in DHA and EPA, essential fatty acids that help to produce nearly every nutrient your body requires

Source: Kay RA. Microalgae as food and supplement. Crit Rev Food Sci
Nutr. 1991;30(6):555-73. Review

Phytoplankton have all the benefits of a whole food nutrient!
Because phytoplankton are microscopic, they go right through the digestive system and help
support and nourish the body.

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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

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