Archive for the ‘green tea’ Category

Christian Wilde an Author/Researcher Focuses on Tumeric/Disease Research

Sunday, March 17th, 2019

My guest this week was Christian Wilde an author/researcher who has appeared as a favorite guest on hundreds of radio shows and has been a medical ‘go to’ commentator over 106 times on George Noory’s number 1 international radio show airing to millions of nightly listeners in the US and Canada, Armed Forces Radio, Sirius and computers worldwide. as 95 other nationally syndicated radio shows.

He has authored two landmark books, Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke and Miracle Stem Cell heart Repair. He also authors the Christian Wilde Stem Cell and Turmeric Research Report covering more than 87 catastrophic diseases.

The author’s work has been supported by the Directors of stem cell research, cardiovascular disease and regenerative medicine at 11 major universities, including Columbia, University of Utah, Minnesota and UCSD. He has been a voice for adult stem cell research, documenting the progress since 2002.

Before his endeavors into the medical arena, Christian was an independent song writer and record producer for Warner Bros. Columbia, Capitol/EMI, United Artists and MCA/UNI records. His current 14 song CD as a singer/songwriter is Journey On Hold.

He recently received the “Excellence in New Health Product Innovation” Award in Cambridge, Maryland at the Emord & Associates 10th year Gala as well as an award “For Inventing Novel and Effective Products that Enhance Health and Life.”

More information on his website  https://www.myheartbook.com/pages/christians-bio    

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Alternative Cancer Treatments/Arcadia Clinic/Dr Henning Saupe

Sunday, August 12th, 2018

My guest, Saturday,Dr  Henning Saupe was born in 1964 in Germany and qualified from Ulm University (Germany) as M.D. in 1994 and received a doctorate in medicine „Dr.med.” in 1995.

In 2005 he opened Swedens first complementary cancer clinic „Arkadiakliniken” with hyperthermia as a new treatment option.

in 2006 Arcadia clinic moved to Germany, where it has expanded into a residential clinic that incorporates all the classic treatments, used in complementary cancer medicine, such as Insulin potentiation therapy, local and whole body hyperthermia, botanical cytostatic drugs in infusions, magnetic therapy, oxygen and ozone therapies, anti cancer diet, detox and orthomolecular medicine, meditation, yoga and psycho-oncology.

His focus for the last 25 years was on holistic, naturopathic and complementary therapies for the ones who suffer from cancer.

Dr. Saupe gives lectures in many European countries, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, UK and Germany and will be  a speaker at Annie Appleseed Cancer Conference in West-Palm Beach, February 28th 2018.

More information is available at:  https://www.arcadia-praxisklinik.de/en/about-us/the-arcadia-team.html

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Green Tea may Improve Memory Impairment, and Reduce Brain Insulin Resistance, and Obesity.

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Green tea components may alleviate high-fat and high-fructose (HFFD)-induced insulin resistance and cognitive impairment.according to a new study published in The FASEB Journal. Previous studies identified the potential of EGCG (epigallocatechin-3-gallate) to treat a variety of human diseases but none recognized the impact on insulin resistance According to researchers “Green tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water, and is grown in at least 30 countries.” “The ancient habit of drinking green tea may be a more acceptable alternative to medicine when it comes to combating obesity, insulin resistance, and memory impairment.”

Three month old male mice  C57BL/6J were divided into 3 groups based upon diet:1) a control group fed with a standard diet: 2) a group fed with a  high fat and high fructose diet (HFFD) and 3) a group fed with an HFFD and 2 grams of EGCG per liter of drinking water.  Mice were monitored for 16 weeks and researchers found that those fed with HFFD had a higher final body weight than the HFFD+EGCG micIn performing a Morris water maze test, the mice in the HFFTD took longer to find the platform than the mice in the control group. The HFFD+EGCG group had a significantly lower  escape latency and escape distance than the HFFD group on each test day. When the hiden platform was removed to perform a probe trial, HFFD treated mice spent less time in the target quadrant compared to the control group, with fewer platfrorm crossings. The HFFD+EGCG group exhibited a significant increase in the average time spent in the target quadrant and had greater numbers of platform crossings, showing that EGCG could improve HFFD-induced memory impairment. .

Can Green Tea Reduce the Rate of Some G.I. Cancers in Women?

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

New research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition concluded that women who drink green tea may lower their risk of developing some digestive system cancers such as stomach/esophagus and colorectal cancers. Researchers surveyed approximately 75,000 middle-aged and older Chinese women enrolled in the Shanghai Women’s Health Study and determined whether or not they drank tea, and if so, the type and amount of tea consumption. Most reported they drank green tea. Women who drank alcohol or smoked were eliminated to minimize the influence of these factors.

Researchers found that regular green tea consumption , defined as tea consumption at least three times a week for more than 6 months, was associated with a 17 % reduction in the risk of all digestive cancers combined. A further increase in tea drinking also lead to an increased reduction in digestive system cancers. For example, those who drank about 2 or 3 cups per day (at least 150 grams of tea per month) had a 21% reduced risk of digestive system cancers and this was strongest for stomach esophageal and colorectal cancers. In addition, the researchers said “For all digestive system cancers combined, the risk was reduced by 27 percent among women who had been drinking tea regularly for at least 20 years. For colorectal cancer, risk was reduced by 29 percent among the long-term tea drinkers. These results suggest long-term cumulative exposure may be particularly important.”  Researchers found that regular tea drinkers were younger, had higher educational levels, exercised more, and consumed more fruit and vegetables and tried to adjust for these factors.

Can Green Tea Inhibit Prostate Cancer Tumor Growth?

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

A new study presented at the 11th annual AACR International conferences on Frontiers in Cancer prevention Research concluded that men with prostate cancer who consumed green tea prior to undergoing surgery (prostatetectomy) had reductions in markers of inflammation. The researcher said ” This research offers new insights into the mechanisms by which green tea consumption may reduce the risk of prostate cancer by opposing processes such as inflammation, which are associated with prostate cancer growth.”

Sixty seven men with prostate cancer scheduled for prostatect0my were randomly assigned to a group either receiving 6 cups of green tea or water daily for 3 to 8 weeks depending upon their scheduled surgery. Researchers collected blood and urine samples before and after the green tea or water consumption and collected prostate tissue following the pathology exam.

Data showed the prostate specific antigen (PSA) concentrations were significantly lower at the end of the study compared with baseline levels in men consuming green tea . In addition, prostate tissue PSA protein expression was lower in en assigned to green tea consumption+ compared to men drinking water (control group,) at the end of the study. In addition, the immunostaining analysis showed that the nuclear factor kappa B, a marker of inflammation, was significantly lower in the men assigned to consume green tea compared to those in the water drinking group. Further research is planned.

Drinking Green Tea May Protect from Alzheimers and Cancer

Friday, January 14th, 2011

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A new study published in Phytomedicine concludes that regular drinking of green tea may protect the brain from developing Alzheimers and play a role in protecting the body against cancer. Using technology that simulates human digestion, researchers were able to evaluate the effect of digested green tea on the body and showed the protective properties of green tea previously shown in studies were still present following digestion. They found that green tea digested by enzymes in the gut produces a chemical that is more effective against the development of Alzheimers than the undigested form. They also found that the digested chemicals had anti-cancer properties and significantly slowed down the growth of cancer cells used in the study.

More information is available at:
http://www.entrynews.com/article/47740.html