I was introduced to this amazing dietary supplement that I believed and had researched about its anti-aging and anti-inflammatory power. I vow to maintain a healthy weight and share this information to others. These group of special foods and supplements are put in one powder. Hopefully, this is the only supplement that I would need now and in the future as I live the remaining half of my life.

In addition to our dietary supplement, we can find food, herbs and plants as our friend in fighting inflammation inside our body that is brought about by aging, and toxins inside and outside our body.

Chlorella is a powerful detoxification aid for heavy metals and other pesticides. Numerous research projects in the U.S. and Europe indicate chlorella can aid the body in breaking down persistent hydrocarbon and metallic toxins such as mercury, cadmium and lead, DDT and PCB while strengthening the immune system response. In Japan, interest in chlorella has focused largely on its detoxifying properties and its ability to remove or neutralize poisonous substances from the body.

Broccoli sprout
Broccoli sprout extract may reduce inflammation and help protect you from ulcers.

Cranberry powder
Cranberry powder reduces your risk of certain chronic diseases. It may also reduce kidney stones and remove unwanted toxins from the body.

Milk thistle extract
Milk thistle’s use in treating liver ailments dates back to the ancient Greeks. This herb has also been used in Chinese medicine for 2,000 years.

Bacopa extract
Bacopa is considered in Ayurvedic (traditional Indian medicine) medicine to possess adaptogenic, tranquilizing and antioxidant properties. It has been used for centuries to improve memory and learning problems, as well as concentration. Ayurveda uses bacopa as a tonic for the heart and nervous system and as a diuretic, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. In clinical studies, people who consumed Bacopa had a much better ability to retain new information. In one study conducted by the University of Wollongong in Australia, researchers looked at 76 adults between the ages of 40 and 65 years old and found that Bacopa decreased the rate that the adults forgot newly learned information.

Ashwagandha has anti-inflammatory, anti-stress, antioxidant, immunomodulatory, hemopoietic and rejuvenating properties. It also appears to be a positive influence on the endocrine, cardiopulmonary and central nervous systems and is an antimicrobial and antioxidant. Ashwagandha is considered an adaptogen, a term used to describe herbs that improve physical energy and athletic ability, increase immunity to colds and infections and increase sexual capacity and fertility.

Green tea extract
Green tea extract has powerful antioxidants called polyphenols (catechins) and flavonols. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the most powerful of these antioxidants. Milligram for milligram, EGCG has 25 to 100 times the antioxidant power of vitamins C and E. A cup of green tea has more antioxidants than a serving of broccoli, spinach, carrots or strawberries. Green tea has been shown to lower “bad” LDL cholesterol and serum triglyceride levels.

Wild blueberry powder
Wild blueberries are rich in phytonutrients – antioxidants such as anthocyanin – and anti-inflammatories. These natural substances found in fruits and vegetables are believed to support the immune system and promote healthy aging.

Turmeric extract
Turmeric extract is an anti-inflammatory agent and an antioxidant. It has been used for 4,000 years to treat a variety of conditions. Turmeric contains curcumin, a powerful antioxidant. In addition, curcumin lowers the levels of two enzymes in the body that cause inflammation. It also stops platelets from clumping together to form blood clots.

Red ginseng
Considered the most effective form of ginseng on the market, red ginseng has health-promoting effects on the human body that range from enhancing the mind to stimulating the libido. Red ginseng may be taken to combat weakness and add extra energy to an athletic performance. Ginsenosides, which are found in red ginseng, are also valued for their ability to boost mental efficiency and relieve mental fatigue. Ginsenosides are believed to work as natural adaptogens in the body, meaning that they allow the body to adapt to stress in a natural manner.

Grape seed extract
It is believed the antioxidants in grape seed extract can improve the health of the cardiovascular and gastric systems, eyes, skin and brain. It can also improve your mental alertness and may help prevent senility.

L-arginine, glycine, lysine, tyrosine, ornithine
These essential amino acids are called essential because they are not produced in our bodies and must be obtained from outside food sources. Amino acids are utilized by every cell in the body for a variety of crucial functions.

Yerba mate
Yerba mate is believed to boost immunity, stimulate focus and clarity, increase physical energy, aid elimination and even fight bad breath.

Researchers determined kudzu may help decrease the frequency, duration and intensity of cluster headaches with minimal side effects and may help manage metabolic syndrome, a condition marked by health problems including excess belly fat, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and insulin resistance.

Fennel is an excellent super-herb that has been used for centuries for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Fennel was held in high esteem among the ancient Greeks, who used it to enhance longevity, strength and courage. Researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center found anethole, a chief constituent of fennel, to block both inflammation and carcinogenesis. Fennel is also used in Ayurveda for its disinfectant and antibacterial properties.

Aloe vera powder
Aloe Vera is one of the most studied plants on the planet. It has been proven to be beneficial in many areas of human health. Aloe Vera cleanses and supports the digestive system, infuses you with energy, supports the immune system and so much more. As Aloe Vera is a cellular regenerator and has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal effects, these properties make aloe vera one of nature’s healthiest products. Being a strong antioxidant, it hunts down free radicals and protects the body.

Aloe polysaccharide concentrate
Aloe concentrate helps to effectively balance and restore proper immune system function. It reduces inflammation, encourages and increases the tissue healing process. Aloe polysaccharides have anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-yeast and anti-parasitic properties. Aloe polysaccharide concentrate protects and supports healthy flora in the digestive tract.

Goji berry extract
Goji berry extract is an ancient fruit growing in the wild in the Himalayan regions of Asia.Goji berries have been used for 6,000 years by herbalists in China, Tibet and India to help protect the liver, improve sexual function and fertility, strengthen the legs, boost immune function, improve circulation and promote longevity. Goji berries have long been revered as a universal tonic for their longevity-enhancing effects. Goji berry may support the health of the eyes, skin and cardiovascular system. The latest scientific research suggests goji berry is a potentially potent antioxidant with immune-enhancing properties.

Acai berry powder
Being rich in antioxidants, acai berry powder helps eliminate several types of toxins from the body and protects cells from being destroyed by free radicals. It keeps you fresh and lively and makes your skin glow. Acai berry powder may help reduce cholesterol and fat in the body and improve the immune system, increase energy and improve blood circulation, digestion and mental health.

Noni juice powder
Noni juice contains a variety of powerful antioxidants that can prevent free radicals from damaging cells. They help various body systems such as the immune, circulatory, digestive, metabolic and nervous system. Antioxidants are also very useful in preventing skin aging and skin damage. For centuries it has also been used for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties and as a digestive aid. It is a great source of vitamin C and some B vitamins and other beneficial minerals, contains all of the essential amino acids and is rich in fiber. It helps lower cholesterol and stabilize triglyceride levels.

Ionic minerals
Ionic minerals should be found in the food we eat, but because of fertilizers and pesticides, we may not get the ionic minerals we need. Here are some of the ionic minerals and their benefits:Zinc helps liver function, boosts the immune system and plays a vital role in synthesizing DNA. Calcium is perhaps the most popular ionic mineral. It helps strengthen bones and teeth to prevent osteoporosis and other conditions. It also aids in blood coagulation to prevent vascular system diseases.

Magnesium aids in strengthening bones, helps the metabolism, helps prevent heart disease and safeguards the immune system.Sodium helps regulate blood pressure for a healthier heart. It also helps transmit nerve impulses and provides the needed acid base balance in the body. Iron is second to calcium in importance to the body. It assists in proper hemoglobin production for adequate oxygen supply to the organs. Iron also helps liver function gives the body needed energy.Phosphorous aids in calcium absorption and helps the heart function at maximum levels.

Fulvic minerals
Fulvic acid minerals are a natural detoxifier, aid in the assimilation of nutrients and oxygen into cells and help remove wastes and toxins from cells. They also help recharge cells’ electrical balance and restore the integrity of cell walls.

Crystalline fructose
Crystalline fructose appears naturally in many fruits, vegetables and honey. It wasn’t until the 1990s that crystalline was added to manufactured foods such as beverages as a flavor enhancer. Adding crystalline fructose gives food better taste and texture. Replacing table sugar with crystalline fructose can reduce 20 to 30 calories from a drink.


Citric acid
Citric acid is an organic acid and a natural component of many fruits and fruit juices. It may inhibit kidney stone formation and break up small stones that are beginning to form.

Ascorbic acid
Ascorbic acid has significant antioxidant properties. Ascorbic acid is used in the prevention and cure of scurvy, treatment of the common cold, boosting the immune system. An article published in the “Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine” in 2005 states that vitamin C also acts as a potent stimulator of the immune system and helps in the formation and function of your white blood cells.

D-alpha tocopherol
D-alpha tocopherol, also known as vitamin E, is particularly important for protecting cell membranes as well as keeping skin, heart and circulation, nerves, muscles and red blood cells healthy. Antioxidants such as vitamin E protect your cells against the effects of dangerous free radicals.

One or more members of the vitamin E family may also reduce cellular aging, inhibit the potentially damaging peroxynitrite radical, inhibit melanoma (skin cancer) cell growth, prevent abnormal blood clotting, synergize with vitamin A to protect the lungs against pollutants, protect the nervous system and retina.

Retinyl palmitate
Clinical results have shown vitamin A palmitate increases skin composition to increase collagen , DNA, skin thickness and elasticity. It is essential to vision health.

Pyridoxal 5 phospate
P-5-P is essential for healthy amino acid metabolism, neurotransmitter balance, and immune function and is responsible for over 60 enzymatic reactions. P-5-P, is the active or coenzyme form of vitamin B-6. P-5-P contains three natural organic compounds — pyridoxal, pyridoxamine and pyridoxine. Your body requires P-5-P for various functions including muscle growth and repair, neurotransmitter functions and energy matabloism. As a coenzyme, P-5-P also participates in many chemical reactions and catalyzes the conversion of many substances in your body.

Thiamin prevents beriberi and polyneuritis (inflammation of several nerves), promotes growth, prevents oxidation and neutralizes free radicals to help prevent premature aging and senility.

Riboflavin is a well-absorbed, water-soluble vitamin with key role in maintaining health. It produces energy by assisting in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Riboflavin helps ensure proper growth and development of reproductive organs and body tissues such as skin, connective tissue, eyes, mucous membranes, nervous system and the defense system. It also ensures healthy skin, nail and hair growth.

Cholecalcipherol, also known as Vitamin D-3, helps maintain the proper balance of calcium and phosphorus to support bone mineralization, thereby promoting strong bones. Vitamin D also helps absorb phosphorous and magnesium and is most effective when cooperating with other vitamins, minerals and hormones to improve bone mineralization. Recent research suggests vitamin D might play an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system and cell formation.

Methylcobalamin can help with sleep problems, vitamin B deficiency disorders and the effects of anemia.


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Connie Dello Buono, health author and health/finance coach. 408-854-1883  Join me as GYV  (to be launced this Sat in San Jose CA, already used by elite athletes in past 5 yrs) ambassador for sports nutrition for all from 8 to 108 yrs of age.  motherhealth@gmail.com