Amaranth contains up to 10 times more Squalene than shark liver oil!
Amaranth Seed Oil contains Squalene that can revolutionize your health and lifespan. Studies show Squalene works for the following situations:
Lack of Celluar Oxygen
The main cause of tumors (and all disease) is lack of cellular oxygen. The premier benefit of Squalene is its ability to supply oxygen to your cells.
Squalene has distinct anti-carcinogenic effects, specifically on tumors. It's a powerful antioxidant to arrest free radicals that can cause tumors. In a study involving the development of lung tumors (from tar induced toxicity), squalene prevented 58% of all tumor growth.
Squalene is also a powerful angiogenesis inhibitor, which means it can prevent blood vessels from feeding tumors by cutting off the blood and food supply, potentially starving its growth.
Cardiovascular Health and Cholesterol
Lower blood pressure and "bad-cholesterol" levels in as little as 3 weeks.
Cholesterol is absolutely vital to human cell membrane structure. The protective inner layer of a cell is made up of cholesterol and Squalene is actually a precursor to cholesterol. The cell's inner layer protects the cell's inner environment, enhancing the cell's life and providing anti-aging effects. Squalene's ability to enhance cells greatly strengthens your bodies ability to fight off infections and disease.
You simply cannot have a properly functioning cell membrane without healthy cholesterol. Because Squalene increases HDL (good cholesterol), it stimulates excretion of "bad cholesterol" in bile acids, helping lower dangerous "high cholesterol" that can contribute to heart disease - by improving our overall total cholesterol ratio, thus helping reduce the risk of heart disease.
You're only as healthy as your gut. Squalene combats thinning of intestinal lining and can prevent ulcers by increasing mucosal protection in the stomach.
Squalene helps treat conditions resulting form inadequate immune response. Because of its potent immune-boosting effects, it's known to help against colds, flu, chronic infections, breathing difficulties, skin inflammation, joint inflammation and even serious immune dysfunctions. Squalene is also a very strong immuno-stimulant and source of vitamin D (the immunity-vitamin) and our bodies can transform Squalene into sterols, which can also be converted into more Vitamin D.
Squalene prevents oxidative damage in human skin surface. It's also an extremely effective moisturizer. Those that have applied squalene oils to their face and skin have consistently reported it as "the most powerful skin rejuvenator and moisturizer ever used" resulting in softer, more even-toned skin with a more youthful visual appearance.
Healthy Hormones and Sexual Vitality
Hormone Imbalance is linked to a variety of diseases and this extract helps regulate hormones.
Chinese medicine has long correlated sexual vitality with longer life expectancy, therefore sexual dysfunction with earlier death. Taking Squalene regularly improves sexual vitality.
Squalene supports the endocrine/hormone system because it allows hormones to be made with proper materials - cholesterol.
The scrotum (for men) and the womb and ovaries (for women) have very high cellular activity. As a result, nutrients and oxygen are continuously required in sufficient quantities. Squalene provides these.
History of Squalene
The Japanese have been long known for their healthy long lives. They also have among the lowest rates of cancer and coronary heart disease.
Japanese legends talk about fishermen and warriors that were extraordinarily strong and infused with vitality, from dogfish shark liver oil.
In 1906, an unsaturated-hydrocarbon in shark liver oil was actually discovered, and deemed responsible for all the folklore. And in 1916, it was publicly announced by its given name - Squalene.
Although Amaranth is gaining popularity for healing and restoring health, its history of medicinal use goes back a long way...
Discovered in Greece over 6,000 years ago, Amaranth means "everlasting" because its flowers do not wilt.
With its astonishing effects on vitality, the Aztecs coined it the "food of immortality".
The name was also partial to King Artemis, because Amaranth was sacred to him personally. It was considered a symbol of immortality and "god-sent" with special healing powers.