Tag: antioxidants

Tea party

A cup of warm tea after a long day at work sounds like a comforting way to unwind, and for many, it is a daily ritual. In certain countries, this ritual involves a specific preparation process that could be considered an art. Drinking tea comes with many benefits, but also a number of questions. Read More

Power of Spice: Cinnamon

Cinnamon bark from trees grown in Sri Lanka, however, is considered the true cinnamon, and is labeled as Ceylon cinnamon. Read More

Chocolate and cacao

Chocolate consumption should be evaluated based on your current state of health, but also on what you are actually calling chocolate. Read More

Herbal Teas

Technically, herbal teas are called tisanes. There are possibly hundreds of different herbal combinations you can try to experience a large number of benefits, allowing you to address your specific health issues by choosing the right herb or herbal blend. Read More

Antioxidants: Antidote for Free Radicals

Antioxidants: Supplemnt Essential Fatty Acids, Sulfur, and Ellagic acid to help with soft tissue aches, and with tumors of every sort. Read More

Alpha Lipoic and Hydroxy Acids

Alpha Lipoic Acid is called the Universal Antioxidant because of its dual solubility. ALA is called the Metabolic Antioxidant because it plays a vital role in the energy production of the cells. Read More

Can We Eat To Starve Cancer?

40,000 physicians have been educated on new treatments, ranging from cancer care to wound care Read More

Podcast 191 about New Products at Life Enthusiast

Zeolite and MegaHydrate are being added to products offered at Life Enthusiast Read More

Podcast 088 about Ellagic Acid Antioxidant in Raspberries

Ellagic Acid comes to us from ellagitannins contained in seeds.  Some seeds have it in abundance, like kiwis, blueberries, strawberries but especially in raspberry seeds. Your body has the ability to dissolve cancerous and pre-cancerous cells within a few days, and to replace them with young and healthy cells. However, you must feed & activate the responsible cellular mechanism, with the exact nutrient, in the potency it requires. Read More