Aip-health News 15. June
IN THIS ISSUE:
- New pain relief product Pain-Pro
- PEA-based, contains Palmitoylethanolamide
- Vitamin D can reduce risk from cancer
In this update we introduce new Pain-Pro product and newly discovered benefits
of vitamin D in reducing the risk of colon cancer.
NEW PRODUCT - PAIN PRO
This new all-natural pain relief product is PEA based, which is a fatty acid that's made by the body.
Pain-Pro PEA based capsules provide relief from various pains and
PEA's main functions include:
- cell protection
- anti-inflammatory action, and
- pain relief effects
PEA protects cells and tissue against damage caused by lack of oxygen, from any mechanical damage, and against
effects of inflammation.
PEA stands for Palmitoylethanolamide. It can enhance the effects of regular pain relief medications and protect
the nerves against the effects of chemotherapy, thus having anti-tumour effects.
More than 500 clinical studies have shown that PEA is effective against:
- chronic pain
- neuropathic pain
- inflammation, and
- acute infections such as cold and flu
There are no known side effects with PEA use, which is suitable for children and the elderly. It is also a
helpful painkiller for animals.
You can read more about Pain-Pro PEA and purchase the capsules here:
VITAMIN D REDUCES CANCER RISK
Can vitamin D reduce risk of colon cancer?
A recent Harvard study has indicated that higher dosages of vitamin D could significantly reduce risk of colon
cancer, especially for women.
The study was conducted in the USA, Europe and Asia, according to Daily Mail. Scientists involved studied cases
of 5700 people who already have colon cancer and 7100 who are regularly tested for this type of cancer.
|Vitamin D is produced by the body only when exposed
to the sunlight. So, even if your vitamin D intake from your daily nutrition is good, the real
value comes from being exposed to the sun. Best source of vitamin D can be found in seafoo, such as
sardines, salmon, tuna and other fish. Lacking those, your best bet is to take vitamin D
supplements, such as vitamin D3 caps.
By comparing the data collected from these two groups, the researchers have come up with the following
Those with lesser vitamin D intake had 31 percent more chance to end up
with a malignant tumour within five years.
Healthy and strong bones, which is usually connected with a good vitamin D
intake, reduce chances of getting cancer by 22 percent.
It seems that vitamin D provides a resistance to tumour cells in stomach,
thus blocking cancer cells from advancing. This seems to provide greater benefits to women who take higher
dosages of vitamin D.
Vitamin D is generally known to be created by the body during its exposure to sunlight. Some of the best vitamin
D sources cane be found in fish, such as salmon, sardines and tuna. Vitamin D is also available in milk, orange
juice, egg yolks, beef liver and margarine.
For higher dosages, take vitamin D supplements. You can find high-dosage vitamin D3 capsules in our store:
It's available in bottles of 100 capsules, each with 5000iu, currently available
at only $3.99 per bottle.