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Nutraceuticals are natural bioactive compounds with medicinal properties that are used to promote health and prevent disease. They are sometimes referred to as phytochemicals or functional foods.

Nutraceuticals have shown to be beneficial adjuncts to the treatment of cancer, chronic degenerative diseases and immune disorders by supporting the complex mechanisms of the body’s immune system.

  • The Fishy Benefit of omega-3s
    Probably the best known of the nutraceuticals, the omega-3 fatty acids, are also the most intensively studied. Like all fatty acids, the building blocks of fats and oils, omega-3s are linear molecules with a carboxylic acid “head” at one end trailing a “tail” of linked carbon atoms. Those links can be made with either single (saturated) or double (unsaturated) chemical bonds. “Omega-3” simply refers to a double bond in the third position from the end of the carbon tail. Starting with alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, an essential nutrient common in many nuts and vegetable oils), our bodies can synthesize all the omega-3 fatty acids they need to build cell membranes and carry out a host of cellular functions.
  • Co-Enzyme CO-Q10, has become known as powerful anti-oxidant. It has shown a strong anti-tumor effect in a breast cancer trial in Copenhagen, Denmark. Principal investigator Karl Folkers reports regression of liver and lung tumors in a current German trial.
    Recent studies conducted at the University of Miami's Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine suggest, according to research director Niven R. Narain, that CO-Q10 restores apoptotic potential (programmed cell death) to cancer cells without harming the healthy cells.
    In 2005, the National Cancer Institute in Washington (NCI) analyzed reports on CO-Q10 that appeared in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. The reports reveal that CO-Q10 has been shown to lengthen the survival of patients with breast, prostate, pancreatic, lung, and colorectal cancer


Melatonin is a neurohormone secreted at night by the pineal gland in the brain. It is important in the regulation of many hormones in the body. Among its key roles, melatonin controls the body's circadian rhythm, an internal 24-hour time-keeping system that plays an important role in our sleeping pattern. Darkness stimulates the release of melatonin and light suppresses its activity. Normal melatonin cycles are disrupted when we are exposed to excessive light in the evening or too little light during the daytime.

Laboratory experiments have found that low levels of melatonin stimulate the growth of certain types of breast cancer cells and adding melatonin to these cells inhibits their growth. Laboratory and clinical evidence has shown that melatonin may enhance the effects of some chemotherapy drugs and reduce their toxic side effects. It improves quality of life and in synergy with anti-cancer treatments it increases the chance of survival of cancer patients. Melatonin prescribed according to individual needs, is an important complementary component of a comprehensive cancer treatment program.

The health-conferring benefits of walnuts have been widely studied, but new research has shown that they are a source of the antioxidant hormone melatonin. It indicates that consumption of walnuts can boost blood levels of melatonin and antioxidants in rats. Autohemotherapy: The ability of the living body to combat infection is itself truly magical. Autohemotherapy may uniquely help the body perform this magic, by facilitating the identification of infective organisms in the bloodstream, and enabling the launching of a counterattack.

Autohemotherapy, referring here to the immediate intramuscular or subcutaneous reinjection of one's own blood, appears to comprise a compelling therapy option in the absence of others, one that may also merit replacing other (experimental and often risky) attempts at therapy currently in vogue. Since the introduction of this method by Ravaut in 1913

The procedure may also boost the person's vitality. It is mostly used to bolster immunity; to treat bronchitis, allergies, fungal infections, rheumatic ailments, skin inflammations and eczema; to aid in smoking cessation; and to hasten recovery after a long illness.

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