Health News (Week 40 – 2012)
By Robert Redfern
Curcumin Cured my Cancer….
claimed Allan Taylor in the UK newspapers last week. When doctors told Allan Taylor he had incurable cancer, he decided he wasn’t just going to give up and die. Instead the 78-year-old grandfather determinedly searched the internet for help.
And when he found what he was looking for, he began an intensive alternative supplement and diet plan to try to cure his cancer. He came up with a natural health plan that included CurcuminX40000 Now, four months later, retired oil rig engineer Allan has had the “all-clear” from doctors!
This story is nothing new to me as I hear it time after time through the many grateful emails I receive on a daily basis!
Like with Allen Taylor, Curcumin is undisputedly helping to change the lives of many people.
What if you haven’t already heard about this amazing nutrient?
Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid of the popular Indian spice turmeric (yellow spice found in curry) and has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine, for its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties.
If you search MEDLINE (PubMed) on the internet there are over 1,800 studies already listed for Curcumin and many of them show: Cancer (cell growth), Skin Cancer (conditions of the skin), Arthritis, Alzheimer’s Disease, Digestive System Disorders, Lung Disease, Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi, Parasites, Heart Disease and Liver Damage. As you can imagine there are far too many to mention!
When people contact me they often say that they are baffled as to why they haven’t heard of Curcumin before, particularly because of the wide range of health benefits it provides.
The reality is that when something as good as this comes up against Big Pharma, it can be hard to find (despite the 1,800 studies!).
To help you understand more I have finally found the time to write an eBook that details the whole background on this special nutrient.
From my eBook you will:
- Get a good understanding about Curcumin and its historical use
- Discover the role that Curcumin can play when battling disease
- Identify whether Curcumin can help you
- See references to some of the studies and research
MY E-BOOK IS AVAILABLE TO ALL MY READERS, SIMPLY CLICK THE LINK BELOW
Curcumin: The Spice With The Golden Gifts
If you have any further questions at this stage then click ‘Contact Me’ at the top.
You can send me a direct question from there and I will answer in the strictest of confidence.
f you decide that Curcumin is right for you, like many others you may ask: ‘Which Curcumin Is Best?’
When taken as a supplement VERY LITTLE Curcumin is absorbed and in studies 25 capsules were needed to get benefits. Therefore it’s best to go for a product that offers the best absorption! CurcuminX4000 contains MERIVA and uses new technology to increase absorption. A published study shows that this is up to x23 better than ordinary Curcumin whilst an unpublished study claims it could be x45 better! (Contact me if you want to see the study).
Where to Buy?
Should be available from any Good Health Store or Practitioner.
Make sure you ask for CurcuminX4000 and not any other curcumin supplement.
If you prefer to buy online use Good Health Naturally … Click Here
Robert, can you tell me the the difference between international units &sup units .CHeers Warwick Guyan
SPU (serratiopeptidase units) measures the activity or potency of the Serrapeptase enzyme based on a specific scientific test. Therefore, SPU is considered the ‘active units’ of Serrapeptase.
Many companies, however, use IU, or international units, when describing the activity of their Serrapeptase enzyme supplements. IUs are a completely different measurement than SPU. An IU is defined as the quantity of a biological substance (usually a vitamin or hormone) that produces a specific biological effect that has been agreed upon as an international standard.
For Serrapeptase, it isn’t the quantity (usually measured in milligrams or mg) that counts; rather, it is the amount of fibrin or other proteins that Serrapeptase can break down or digest that determines its potency.
Therefore, IU is considered the acceptable industry wide unit of measurement for serrapeptase.
At Good Health Naturally they sell the Serraenzyme in both 80,000iu and 250,000iu capsules, so you can measure the level of activity you will get from each product.
Your Good Health Coaching Team