Astaxanthin and Diabetes
Astaxanthin is a potent antioxidant that has been used extensively in Japan and other countries for eye fatigue, skin conditions, and muscle endurance, and it is gaining more of a following these days in the United States as well. We recently came across a remarkable animal study involving the antioxidant and diabetes. Scientists started treatment of Astaxanthin in this study on the subjects at 6 weeks of age. The effects of the antioxidant were evaluated at 10, 14, and 18 weeks. In this study, Astaxanthin displayed very positive healing results, according to the scientists!
Turns out Mom had more of a point than she knew when she told you to eat your veggies.
A new study in the journal Stroke has found that diets rich in antioxidants from fruits, vegetables and whole grains appear to lower a woman’s odds for a stroke, even if she has a prior history of heart disease. Read more
I was a guest on the Dresser After Dark Radio Show Monday night.
The topic was trying to stay healthy when you have to make more trips through the drive thru than you might like.
The segment was about 10 mintues long, so I’ve got 2 options for checking it out, and links to some free downloads below: Read more