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Why You Should Eat Moringa

In general, America is unfamiliar with the Moringa plant. While some ancient practices have long since utilized Moringa for medicinal remedies, we have remained ignorant to its potential. Packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and medicinal properties, it seems that it would not be an overstatement to say that incorporating Moringa into your diet might just save your life!

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Fish Factor: Alaska sea cucumber may have medicinal benefits

Sea cucumber meat and skins have long been considered a delicacy in Asian cuisines; they also are hailed for having healing properties that soothe sore joints and arthritis. Most recently the soft, tubular bottom dwellers are being added to the list of foods acclaimed to kill cancer cells. Dried sea cucumber or extract is anti-viral; anti-bacterial, and an anti-inflammatory, said Ty Bollinger, author of Cancer: Step Outside the Box. 

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Sea Cucumber Found to Kill 95% of Cancer Cells, Shrink Tumors

Sea cucumber has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years, but they are relatively obscure in the U.S. This may be soon changing, however, as evidence mounts that sea cucumber extracts can kill cancer cells while stimulating the immune system. As reported by Ethan Evers, author of "The Eden Prescription," previous research on sea cucumber has demonstrated its ability to kill lung, breast, prostate, skin, colon, pancreatic, and liver cancer cells. These extracts have also proven effective in killing leukemia and gioblastoma cells. Looks like we can add yet another food to the list of anti-cancer foods.

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The Benefits of Sea Cucumber

Easing Joint Pain Sea cucumber is used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a number of health problems, including fatigue, impotence and joint pain. Improving Gum Disease Though the study was preliminary, a toothpaste made with sea cucumber extract was shown to improve healing in patients who had undergone treatment for gum disease. High Protein Although sea cucumbers may be an unusual food, they can provide a valuable protein boost for those who need it.

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