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[Latin Name] Glycine max(L.) Mere [Specification] 90%; 95% [Appearance] White powder [Melting point] 134-142℃ [Particle size] 80Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤2.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum [What is Phytosterol?] Phytosterols are compounds found in plants that resemble cholesterol. The National Institutes of Heath rep...
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[Latin Name] Glycine max(L.) Mere
[Specification] 90%; 95%
[Appearance] White powder
[Melting point] 134-142℃
[Particle size] 80Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤2.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[Net weight] 25kgs/drum
[What is Phytosterol?]
Phytosterols are compounds found in plants that resemble cholesterol. The National Institutes of Heath report that there are over 200 different phytosterols, and the highest concentrations of phytosterols are found naturally in vegetable oils, beans and nuts. Their benefits are so recognized that foods are being fortified with phytosterols. At the supermarket, you may see orange juice or margarine advertising phytosterol contents. After reviewing the health benefits, you may want to add phytosterol-rich foods to your diet.
The most well-known, and scientifically proven, benefit of phytosterols is their ability to help lower cholesterol. A phytosterol is a plant compound that is similar to cholesterol. A study in the 2002 issue of “Annual Review of Nutrition” explains that phytosterols actually compete for absorption with cholesterol in the digestive tract. While they prevent the absorption of regular dietary cholesterol, they themselves are not easily absorbed, which leads to a total lower cholesterol level. The cholesterol-lowering benefit does not end with a good number on your blood work report. Having lower cholesterol leads to other benefits, such as a reduced risk for heart disease, stroke and heart attacks.
Cancer Protection Benefits
Phytosterols have also been found to help protect against the development of cancer. The July 2009 issue of the” European Journal of Clinical Nutrition” offers encouraging news in the fight against cancer. Researchers at the University of Manitoba in Canada report that there is evidence that phytosterols help prevent ovarian, breast, stomach and lung cancer. Phytosterols do this by preventing the production of cancer cells, stopping the growth and spread of cells that are already in existence and actually encouraging the death of cancer cells. Their high anti-oxidant levels are believed to be one way phytosterols help fight cancer. An anti-oxidant is a compound that fights free radical damage, which is negative effects on the body produced by cells that are unhealthy.
Skin Protection Benefits
A lesser known benefit of phytosterols involves skin care. One of the contributing factors in the aging of the skin is the breakdown and loss of collagen — the main component in connective skin tissue — and sun exposure is a major contributor to the problem. As the body ages, it is not able to produce collagen as it once did. The German medical journal “Der Hautarzt” reports a study in which various topical preparations were tested on skin for 10 days. The topical treatment that showed anti-aging benefits to the skin was the one that contained phytosterols and other natural fats. It is reported that phytosterols not only stopped the slow-down of collagen production that can be caused by the sun, it actually encouraged new collagen production.
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Most companies who retail Chlorella will admit it’s from China if they are pushed to answer. The question is where in China and which producer do they purchase it from. Most often they either don’t know because they bought it from a broker or they are embarrassed to say they know nothing about the producer.
Do not consume any Chlorella or Spirulina without seeing the COA. When you want to purchase Chlorella, first ask for the COA, Certificate of Analysis. It tells you everything about the product including its origin and quality. We offer one with every batch we purchase from Taiwan Chlorella. There are Pheophorbides , heavy metals and bacteria levels that need to be measured by law for Chlorella. The producer does have it but many of them don’t want to offer it because it may reveal something embarrassing about their product. We are the only company that openly offers a COA of our products. They are posted on our website.
Chlorella and Spirulina from Taiwan is good quality, but some of it is quite expensive. Some of the best Chlorella in the world comes from Taiwan, but not all of it is good quality. I have blogged about the producers of Cryptomondales and the misrepresentation of their algae product which they claim is a cross between species, which is a flat-out lie. While it is a good product, we need to be wary of a company that is capable of lying about how their product is produced and what it actually is.
Fermented Chlorella is Chlorella grown in tanks. It comes primarily from Korea, although it is being to cultivated in tanks in other countries as well. It is inexpensive but it never sees the light of day. Natural sunlight is critical for growing Chlorella since it helps produce the chlorophyll in Chlorella. The taste of this Chlorella is unlike Chlorella that is grown outside in sunlight under natural conditions. See my BLOG here comparing fermented vs. Sunlight grown Chlorella.
Japanese Chlorella is generally good quality, but there are questions about radiation contamination from Fukushima.
Spirulina from Hawaii. Quite expensive although the aluminum levels in Hawaiian Spirulina is quite high. I cannot explain where the aluminum is coming from in their brand and neither can they. Be careful of Spirulina that is called “Hawaiian” because only 51% actually needs to be grown in Hawaii
Spirulina from Ecuador. Sometimes called Inca Spirulina. Good quality with lows metals grown in tubes. Quite expensive.
Spirulina from India. Some of the only Certified Organic Spirulina on the market. – Very high quality but the taste is pungent. I visited the plant in India and it one of the best I have ever seen. It’s a top notch facility.
California Spirulina is grown in the eastern part of California in the desert. Good quality, low metals, but it’s a little on the expensive side.
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Greek Mountain tea (pronounced “Tsy-Too-VooNoo” in Greek, accent on the “voo”) is unique in the world of herbal infusions. It is made from the dried flowers, leaves and stems of the native Sideritis plant which grows throughout the mountainous regions of Greece at very high elevations – typically over 3,000 feet. This rather unassuming plant, with its tiny pale yellow flowers, light green buds and silvery leaves is known for its high levels of antioxidants and contains large amounts of essential oils and a broad range of other phyto-nutrients including saponins, flavonoids, polyphenols, terpenoids, diterpenoids, triterpenoids, alkaloids, sterols, caffeic acid, quercetin, etc. And within these classes of phyto-nutrients exist a broad range of compounds. For example, flavanoids are a type or class of phyo-nutrient and within that class the Sideritis plant contains twenty-four known compounds incuding hyplaetin, luteolin, isoscutelarin, etc.
Greek Mountain Tea is also known as Shepherd’s Tea, because Greek shepherds would use the herb to make tea while tending their flocks high in the mountains.