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•In Fact Many Of The VEGAN FRIENDLY B12 EXTRACT Don't Come From MEAT DERIVED SOURCES...But They Actually Come From Moringa (Or Spirulina, but Moringa Actually Is MANY TIMES BETTER THAN WHEATGRASS & SPIRULINA COMBINED!) !!! Who Knew?
•Folic Acid/Iron (Ferrous Sulfate)/Moringa Oleifera Leaves/Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)
Especially When You Get Closer To AAA+ Quality Grades Like I Grow At Tropical Missouri And Belize- No Chemicals- And Even Freeze Drying The Moringa Is A Very Important Key Element OR CONSUMING THE MORINGA FRESH- RAW ORGANIC. Wildcrafted Is Even Better...Read More To See Details.
∆ The B Vitamins present in Moringa , specifically folic acid (Vitamin B9), Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12 are all responsible for helping the body remove homocysteine from the blood. High levels of homocysteine can cause artery damage. Meat is a good source of B vitamins, which is why vegetarians have an increased risk of dangerous homocysteine levels. It is especially important that they supplement these important vitamins for cardiac health.
•Vitamin B3 in Moringa , known more commonly as niacin, may also reduce cholesterol in high concentrations, although further testing is needed to prove this conclusively. As far as other heart vitamins are concerned, Vitamin E and Vitamin C in Moringa work in conjunction with each other to prevent heart disease and other ailments through their antioxidant abilities.
•Apart from vitamins for cardiac health, Moringa’s antioxidants are substances that remove toxic byproducts of chemical reactions in the body. That's why you hear so much about antioxidants - they are responsible for clearing out highly reactive chemicals that circulate in the body, making sure they don't cause cell and tissue damage. It is this damage that is believed to cause heart disease, cancer and premature aging.
•Other vitamins for cardiac health include folic acid and other B vitamins reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke, according to a detailed analysis of more than three dozen scientific studies.
•These nutrients work by quenching homocysteine, an amino acid in the blood that attacks blood vessel walls and promotes cardiovascular disease.
Homocysteine (pronounced ho´-mo-sis´-teen) has emerged after 25 years of research as the "new cholesterol," and researchers estimate that it is a major risk factor in 10 to 40 percent of heart attacks and strokes in the United States. Under normal circumstances, this amino acid is a short-lived byproduct of methionine metabolism, but a diet short on B vitamins prevents its breakdown.
The latest study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, analyzed 38 previous studies on homocysteine, folic acid, and cardiovascular diseases. Researcher Shirley A. A. Beresford, PhD, of the University of Washington, confirmed that high blood levels of homocysteine were clearly associated with cardiovascular diseases and that folic acid lowered levels of the amino acid. Other studies have reported that vitamins for cardiac health also include B6, B12, and choline also lower homocysteine levels.
•High blood levels of homocysteine, also known as hyperhomocysteinemia, pose a risk of cardiovascular disease independent of other risk factors, such as cholesterol, triglyceride, smoking, and so forth. Beresford estimated that up to 50,000 coronary heart disease deaths could be prevented by increasing folic acid intake-by eating more fruit and vegetables, fortifying foods with the vitamin, or taking supplements.
•B12 (Cobalamin): B12 comes in various forms, but the methyl form is the one best used by the body, especially the central nervous system. Cyanocobalamin is the one most often found in nutritional supplements but then has to be converted by the liver. The conversion produces a significantly lesser amount. Therefore, it is best to use the methyl form. A Houston study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that deficiencies in both B12 and folate, ones particularly common in the elderly, were likely associated with age-related auditory dysfunction. Deficiencies of these two B vitamins could affect both the nervous and vascular systems associated with hearing. A deficiency has also been associated with chronic tinnitus and noise-induced hearing loss. This led researchers to recommend that serum levels of vitamin B12 be evaluated in persons with tinnitus, noise-induced hearing loss, or age-related hearing loss. A deficiency of B12 may also inhibit myelination (outer covering) of the neurons in the cochlear nerve.
Wheatgrass is famous for its high Chlorophyll, Moringa have four times more chlorophyll than Wheatgrass, more nutrients, anti oxidant and it is much healthier than Spirulina.
Q:Does Moringa have Anti-Aging properties?
A:Forty six antioxidants have been found in Moringa. The high content of antioxidants makes Moringa one of the best products to reduce the damaging effects caused by free radicals.
~Eric Geoffrey Plott~