The American Cancer Society estimates that 1 in 3 Americans will suffer some type of cancer at any time in their lives, The statistics are alarming .
Can you imagine that 1 in 2 men or 1 in 3 women at some point in their lives will contract some form of cancer regardless of age, race or health? This is why we made this great 100% Natural formulation, Oncontrol, to help you prevent and to help you be healthier in the best natural way.
Made in the USA with the best natural ingredients some of our active components are:
Key Benefits of Oncontrol:
-Blocks and may reduce the voltage of the cancer cell to the point it falls apart
-Build and stimulate the immune system
-May help to Inhibit the growth of cancer cells
-Provides all of the amino acids required by the human body
-Anti-bacterial, Anti-viral & Antibiotic
Why you should take Chromium Picolinate and what benefits will this mineral provide to your health:
First of all Chromium picolinate is a combination of Chromium (essential mineral for our body needs) with Picolinac acid.
Here is a list of some of the benefits for your health:
Chromium helps metabolize carbohydrates. It monitors blood sugar levels, and helps stabilize blood sugar. It can also prevent hypertension or high blood pressure. Although trials are still being conducted, chromium compounds are considered helpful in preventing memory loss and in treating Alzheimer’s disease.
There are several other chromium benefits too. Regular intake of chromium as a health supplement reduces the risk of heart disease. It raises heart rate while also having the ability to ward off infections and protect cells from damage. Additionally, it reduces hunger, which aids in weight loss.
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Source: Study, published in the June 2008 issue of "Obesity" of the University of Wyoming, issue of "Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics."
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Around age 40, your prostate starts to troubleshoot. Androgens, male hormones produced in the testicles, cause the gland to grow. This growth isn’t always a cancer diagnosis, though: Sometimes, your prostate cells swell and it just pushes on your urethra—the tube that carries the urine out of your body from the bladder.
Symptoms of Prostate Cancer:
-Difficulty having an erection
-Blood in the urine or semen
-Frequent pain in the lower back, hips or upper thighs
-Any problem relating to urination
Prostate Cancer Facts:
-As far as cancers go, it’s the second highest killer for men as well: It is estimated that in 2010, 217,730 men will be diagnosed with the disease and 32,050 men will die of it.
-The bad news: Prostate cancer is common.
-The good news: It’s also preventable.
-If you catch prostate cancer early enough—a.k.a., before the cancer cells spread past your prostate—your chance of surviving the next 5 years is 100 percent.
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An interesting read about pre-diabetes...
If you are middle age, inactive, and overweight you may have prediabetes, meaning your blood glucose (sugar) levels are higher than normal. Since they haven’t yet reached the levels required for an official diabetes diagnosis and a need for insulin (the hormone required for the metabolism of foods and the regulation of blood sugar levels)—there’s still time to reverse your course down a dangerous and potentially deadly road to poor health.
All About Prediabetes
Prediabetes is a common condition: According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in 2010, an estimated one out of three adults (and one out of two of those 65 and older) had prediabetes. Worse, most people with prediabetes are not even aware they have it. Without intervention, many of these people will go on to develop type 2 diabetes.
Functional physician Mark Hyman, MD, has his own name for this condition: diabesity, which he says describes the continuum from optimal blood sugar balance to full-blown diabetes. In his book, The Blood Sugar Solution, Hyman writes: "Nearly all people who are overweight (over 70 percent of adult Americans) already have prediabetes and have significant risks of disease and death." Even if an individual has normal blood sugar, he or she may still have diabesity. Hyman calls diabesity the single biggest global health epidemic of our time.
Signs and Symptoms
One of the most common symptoms of prediabetes is darkened areas of the skin (acanthosis nigricans). These usually appear on the neck, armpits, elbows, knees, or knuckles. Other potential symptoms include increased thirst, frequent urination, fatigue, and blurred vision. Unfortunately, says diabetes expert Amber Taylor, MD, most individuals with prediabetes don’t have symptoms and don’t know they should be tested.
Testing for the Condition
There are a few tests for prediabetes and diabetes:
The A1C Test measures the average glucose (sugar) in your blood stream over the previous two to three months. A score of 5.7 to 6.4 percent can be categorized as prediabetes.
The Fasting Blood (or Plasma) Glucose Test measures blood sugar after at least eight hours of fasting; 100 to 125 mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter of blood) indicates prediabetes.
The Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) checks your blood sugar levels before and after you drink a specially formulated (and very sweet) drink. It measures how well your body processes sugar. Results of 140 to 199 ml/dl indicate your blood sugar is elevated.
Good News for People With Prediabetes
On the bright side, prediabetes responds very well to lifestyle changes, even if you have other diabetes risk factors, such as family history. Taylor says simple adjustments such as improving your diet and adding exercise to your day can make an enormous difference. Look at it as an opportunity to improve your health and help prevent a future diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.
Taylor suggests eating foods low in saturated and trans fats (aka partially hydrogenated oils) and calories, and high in fiber, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains. Lean protein sources and foods rich in mono and polyunsaturated fats should be emphasized. Minimize alcohol consumption and exercise regularly; just a few pounds less on the scale can make a positive difference.
Osteoporosis and low bone mass put an estimated 52 million Americans at risk for broken bones. That means nearly 60 percent of adults age 50 and older are at risk of breaking a bone and should be concerned about bone health. For women, the incidence of osteoporosis is greater than that of heart attack, stroke and breast cancer combined.
“While there is no cure for osteoporosis, it is avoidable for many of those at risk,” said Amy Porter, executive director and CEO, National Osteoporosis Foundation. “That’s why we’re continuing the Break Free from Osteoporosis initiative to raise awareness for the critical role diet and exercise play in building and maintaining strong bones for life. Following the five simple steps below will go a long way toward protecting against osteoporosis and broken bones.”
5 Steps to Break Free from Osteoporosis
1. Get to know your risk factors: Many factors play a role in your risk for osteoporosis, including age, gender, lifestyle, medical history, family history and whether you take any medication or have medical conditions that can lead to bone loss.
2. Get active: Doing regular weight-bearing and muscle-strengthening exercise is one of the best ways to protect against osteoporosis and broken bones.
3. Eat Your Way to Healthy Bones: Calcium, vitamin D, lean protein, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats are the key to eating for healthy bones.
4. Ask your healthcare provider when you should get a bone density test: The painless, 10-minute test will help predict your risk of breaking a bone.
5. Don’t smoke and don’t drink too much alcohol: No more than two drinks a day is best for bone health.
Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to become weak and more likely to break. Since you can’t feel your bones getting weaker, many people don’t realize they have osteoporosis until they break a bone. One in two women and up to one in four men over age 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis in their lifetime. While the statistics are grim, there is a lot you can do to protect your bones throughout your life.
To learn more about the Break Free from Osteoporosis campaign and how to build and maintain strong bones for life, please visit www.nof.org.
About the National Osteoporosis Foundation
Established in 1984, the National Osteoporosis Foundation is the nation’s leading health organization dedicated to preventing osteoporosis and broken bones, promoting strong bones for life and reducing human suffering through programs of awareness, education, advocacy and research. For more information on the National Osteoporosis Foundation, visit www.nof.org
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.