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Pomega pHive CLA

Pomega pHive CLA

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Young pHorever™ Pomega pHive (five) CLA
by pH Miracle®

90 capsules

Description: The pomegranate Seed Oil used in Poemga pHive is cold pressed using an extraction process that provides 100% extra virgin, pure pomegranate seed oil with a very high concentration of Punicic oil.

Each capsule contains 1000mg pomegranate seed oil, a healthy Omega-5 conjugated fatty acid. This is equivalent to the pomegranate seed oil from four and a half whole pomegranates.

It takes about 500 lbs of fresh pomegranates to produce 1 lb of pomegranate seed oil.

Pomegranate seed oil is one of the only plant sources of conjugated fatty acids (CLA).

Punicic oil is a compound closely related to conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) found in pomegranate oil. Punicic oil in pomegranate seed oil, has been called a "super CLA", whose effect is even more potent than ordinary CLA, generally found in animal meats.

Did you also know that Pomegranate Seed Oil is an excellent skin moisturizer?

Without moisture, our body's fine lines and wrinkles are more abundant and pronounced, our skin looks tight and our complexion lacks luster.

Pomegranate Seed Oil possesses natural estrogenic properties that can help revitalize your skin, smooth fine wrinkles, and help you look and feel more youthful.

Pomegranate Seed Oil Capsules contain pure seed oil that when applied topically imparts a youthful, radiant glow.

Pomegranate Seed Oil offers major anti-aging benefits, protects against free radicals and damaging environmental effects, and most importantly, leaves your skin feeling baby bottom soft. Skin stays healthy, toned, hydrated and radiates a youthful glow.

Young pHorever CLA Pomegranate seed oil, rich in antioxidants, is also a natural anti-inflammatory that can help provide quick relief from minor skin irritations.

Pomegranates and the CLA oil from pomegranate seed oil has received considerable attention of late, for their potential medicinal properties.

On the heels of the discovery by Israeli researchers that pomegranate oil has antioxidant properties, another Israeli team has found that the fruit could have important implications for breast cancer treatment and estrogen replacement therapy.

The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology research team presented two studies at an international conference last June indicating that pomegranate seed oil triggers apoptosis -- a self-destruct mechanism in breast cancerous cells.

Furthermore, pomegranate oil can be toxic to most estrogen-dependent breast cancerous cells, while leaving normal breast cells largely unaffected.

Estrogen is a hormone often prescribed to protect postmenopausal women against heart disease and osteoporosis.

In the first study, laboratory-grown breast cancerous cells were treated for three days with pomegranate seed oil. The researchers observed apoptosis in 37 to 56 percent of the cancerous cells, depending upon the dose of oil applied.

In the second study, both normal and cancerous breast cells were exposed to pomegranate juice and pomegranate peel extracts, which contain polyphenols (powerful antioxidants).

The vast majority of the normal cells remained unaffected by the two pomegranate derivatives.

But more than 75 percent of the estrogen-dependent cancerous cells, and approximately half of the non-estrogen dependent cancerous cells were transformed by exposure to these same pomegranate products.

"Pomegranates are unique in that the hormonal combinations inherent in the fruit seem to be helpful both for the prevention and treatment of breast cancer," explains Dr. Ephraim Lansky, who headed the studies. "Pomegranates seem to replace needed estrogen often prescribed to protect postmenopausal women against heart disease and osteoporosis, while selectively destroying estrogen-dependent cancer cells."

Dr. Martin Goldman, a New York-based board certified internist and life medicine specialist, notes, "This is apparently a safe substance that could be helpful to many people, especially women at high-risk for developing breast cancer."

Dr. Lajos Pusztai, an assistant professor who studies breast cancer at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, says Dr. Lansky's study "provides a potential new avenue to develop anti-cancerous drugs from a natural compound."

Technion researchers have tested other health benefits of the pomegranate. In 1999, they were among the first to publish research showing the antioxidant potency of pomegranates.

A later Technion study found that the daily consumption of pomegranate oil dramatically lowered oxidation of LDL cholesterol, leading to the elimination of plaques in coronary arteries.

Take 1 capsule 3 times a day. (One bottle should last 30 days.)



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