Seanol Super Food
The super-antioxidant from the sea that can undo years
of damage to your heart, brain, joints and nerves
This astonishing healing discovery is up to 100 times more potent than blueberries, pomegranates, and even green tea catechins.
By Robert J. Rowen, MD
What if I told you that one simple nutrient can improve your cholesterol, boost circulation, enhance memory and mental sharpness, and even help you sleep better?
You’d probably be skeptical. I certainly was…
But then I saw the research from Dr. Haengwoo Lee, a Korean biochemist now living near Seattle, Washington, and my jaw nearly dropped to the floor.
Dr. Lee has made a startling discovery that few people, even many alternative health doctors, know about. He and his team have found an antioxidant that’s up to 100 times stronger than the familiar antioxidants vitamins C and E, antioxidant-rich fruits like blueberries, pomegranates and even green tea catechins.
I’ll tell you what it is in a moment. But first, let’s take a look at what this amazing “super-antioxidant” can do for your health. For starters, it can…Revive damaged arteries and improve blood flow in just 6 weeks
As you may know, your body has special cells called endothelium that line the insides of your arteries and veins. Endothelium generate a chemical called nitric oxide (NO), which keeps your artery walls open, relaxed and healthy.
In a clinical study, researchers looked at patients with damaged artery walls. This artery damage was restricting blood flow and causing heart troubles. But after taking this nutrient for just 6 weeks, their arterial health markedly improved. Blood flow increased by more than 50% — confirming this nutrient’s ability to support healthier circulation.
If it can improve blood flow so dramatically in people with damaged arteries, imagine what it can do for you. And that’s not all…Improve cholesterol and support your cardiovascular health.
You probably know that many heart problems are not due to cholesterol alone, as the statin peddlers want us to believe. Damage to your heart and artery walls is often determined by how your body handles cholesterol.
In other words, you don’t want the “bad” LDL cholesterol in your arteries to oxidize. Oxidizing means reacting with oxygen, such as when iron “rusts.” When LDL oxidizes, it can damage the endothelial lining of your arteries.
But this super-antioxidant inhibits the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. Just imagine the healthy effect that can have on your heart and circulatory system.
In fact, in one study, researchers gave this nutrient to 39 adults (average age 55) for six weeks. Patients’ average cholesterol level dropped. Their hard-to-raise “good” HDL rose from 46.5 to 50.7 (highly significant). It’s very unusual for a natural supplement to raise HDL like this.
What’s more, their triglycerides fell from 215 to 195. And the atherogenic index (a key measurement of atherosclerosis) dropped a whopping 12.5%. All this with no lifestyle changes!
This little-known antioxidant is an extract of compounds found in red and brown sea algae called Ecklonia Cava. Ecklonia Cava grows at a depth of 100 feet off the coast of Korea and Japan. Researchers have named this brown seaweed extract Seanol.
Seanol has a unique molecular structure that gives it a big advantage over any antioxidant found on earth. You see, the power of an antioxidant depends on its structure, which is made up of rings.
Antioxidants use these rings to capture rogue electrons and neutralize free-radicals. The more rings an antioxidant has, the better it works.
For instance, resveratrol from grapes has 2 rings. Most land-based antioxidants (called polyphenols) have 3 interconnected rings. Green tea catechins have 4. But the ring structure of all these polyphenols pales in comparison to Seanol.
Seanol has 8 interconnected rings. That makes Seanol a veritable electron-trapping, free-radical killing machine! It’s like getting 10 servings of fruits and vegetables in a single nutrient.
You may have also heard that scientists measure antioxidant power with something called the ORAC scale. It’s short for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. The more free radicals a substance traps, the higher the ORAC score.
Nutritionists recommend that we consume around 5000 ORAC units per day to significantly reduce free radical damage. One serving (half a cup) of most fruits or vegetables gives you roughly 500 ORAC units — one-tenth your daily minimum.
But Seanol has an ORAC score of more than 8,300. That’s like getting your entire day’s worth of antioxidant protection in a single nutrient!
Seanol has another big advantage over what you might be taking now.
Virtually all land-based antioxidants (polyphenols) are water-soluble. Water-soluble antioxidants have a hard time penetrating your blood-brain barrier, to protect your brain cells.
But Seanol is 40% fat-soluble. That means it has a greater ability to cross the blood-brain barrier and protect the cells of your brain. In fact, it can more easily penetrate the membranes of all your cells, to give them the antioxidant protection they need.
Being fat-soluble also means that Seanol has a much longer active life in your body. Up to 12 full hours. While most water-soluble, plant-based polyphenols like blueberries and pomegranates are expelled through your urine in just 30 minutes. This means Seanol may be working inside your body up to 24 times longer.
All these advantages give Seanol up to 100 times more free-radical scavenging power than ordinary land-based polyphenols. Far more than even the popular green tea catechins.
I’ve already mentioned how Seanol can cross the blood-brain barrier, because it is 40% fat-soluble, unlike other antioxidants. Now let’s see how well it works inside your brain.
Your memory is dependent on the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh). In lab tests, Seanol increased rodent ACh by 140% in brain regions responsible for learning and memory. And it did this after just 7 days of treatment! There’s more…
Your carotid arteries feed your brain. One group of researchers found that Seanol increases the velocity of blood flow in this important artery from an average of 36.68 cm/sec. to 40.09 cm/sec. The placebo group showed no improvement at all.
A good night’s sleep is essential for weight loss, immune support, and your overall health. Here’s where Seanol shines again.
When researchers gave Seanol to 36 participants in an 8-week study, the results were startling. Seanol cut the time it took for participants to fall asleep by 47 minutes. It increased total nighttime sleep by 1.6 hours. It improved soundness of sleep by 80%. It even boosted their energy level by 71%. Patients given the placebo showed no improvement.
You can get Seanol as this formula at Emerson Ecologics
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