New Chapter Zyflamend

We often think of the body’s inflammation response as something we can feel—like in our joints and muscles where there are large numbers of sensitive nerve endings. But we can also have an inflammation response we can’t feel where sensitive nerves aren’t concentrated. Whether we’re aware of it or not, the body’s inflammation response can affect every organ and cell in the body.

Zyflamend represents a scientific breakthrough based on extensive research on how phytochemicals present in herbs and spices can safely and effectively promote a healthy inflammation response for overall health and wellness. The herbs are carefully extracted to deliver the full spectrum of their naturally occurring constituents. This multitude of compounds works together to help your body support a healthy inflammation response.

Tailored Zyflamend for Tailored Support: Zyflamend Heart
Zyflamend Heart delivers the patented Zyflamend formula and adds the power of one of Nature’s true superfoods—whole fish oil from Wild Alaskan Salmon. Our extra-virgin 100% Wild Salmon oil contains the beneficial Omega fatty acids (good fats) that are the main reason experts recommend eating fish regularly. Omega fatty acids improve the Omega-3 Index, a studied heart health marker, and help retain healthy triglyceride levels.

In addition to Zyflamend Heart, there are Zyflamend formulations specifically for men.

Zyflamend Prostate

Prostate health is a concern for every man as the years go by. Fortunately, Nature has provided us with an array of key foods and herbs that, when sufficiently concentrated and intelligently blended, can provide support for prostate health.* You can find these select ingredients in Zyflamend Prostate, the unique herbal formula with a combined approach to prostate health: helping to support normal urine flow, supporting a healthy antioxidant response, and supporting overall prostate health.

Supports Whole-Body Health
How are you supporting your healthy inflammation response? Perhaps just as important as a daily multivitamin, Zyflamend is the patented herbal protocol to help your whole body’s natural inflammation process stay balanced. Whole-food antioxidants, including Ginger, Turmeric, Green Tea, and Rosemary, help quench free radicals and support healthy aging.

 

References

New Chapter (n.d.). New Chapter Catalog Retrieved from http://www.newchapter.com/catalog

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What’s New? Nature’s Lab

Nature’s Lab aims to be the top quality supplements for the needs of Americans wishing to enhance their pursuit of a happy, healthy, and active lifestyle. The goal of Nature’s Lab is to be the model of a great business, the continuing source of products for those wishing to lead a healthy life, and a window of opportunity for those looking for more information about health and nutrition.

Core Values of Nature’s Labs:

-Saving lives, reducing and reversing disease, supplementing active lifestyles – supplying customers with only the best products to ensure quality lives balanced with nutrition, exercise, and rejuvenation.

-Science-based information system to educate consumers to make the best choices for overall wellness – a thorough forum and discussion panel supplied by experts in the field to support well-balanced, active, and useful information to every consumer.

References
Nature’s Lab (n.d.). Retrieved from http://natureslab.com/about_us.html

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CoQ10 May Soothe Fibromyalgia Symptoms

 

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CoQ10 may relieve symptoms like pain, fatigue, and anxiety in people with fibromyalgia, reports a study in Nutrition.

 Tired, sore, and depressed
Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by unexplained, chronic, widespread muscle pain and multiple associated tender points, profound fatigue, sleep disturbances, and depression. Headaches, sensitivity to light or odors, anxiety, jaw tenderness, difficulty concentrating, abdominal pain and bloating, and muscle pain after exercise may also occur.

Most pharmacological treatments for fibromyalgia come with undesirable side effects. For example, the drug duloxetine (Cymbalta) is an antidepressant that’s prescribed to help relieve pain and improve mood in people with fibromyalgia. Possible side effects include blurred vision, weakness, sexual problems, seizures, and liver failure.

CoQ10 = cell food
CoQ10 is intricately involved with energy production in every cell of the body. When levels are low, cells don’t have the energy they need to function optimally. CoQ10 also acts as a powerful antioxidant, offsetting damage caused by free radicals.

Some drugs used to lower cholesterol levels, like HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins), interfere with CQ10 production in the body and can lead to muscle pain and worsen heart disease. Supplementing with CoQ10 may help reverse these symptoms.

Since CoQ10 deficiency mimics some of the symptoms of fibromyalgia, researchers from the University of Seville, Spain, supplemented the diets of four women with fibromyalgia (ages 43 to 66) with 300 mg per day of CoQ10 for nine months to see what effect it had on their symptoms.

The women reported on their levels of fatigue, pain, sleep problems, anxiety, and the degree to which the condition impacted their daily lives. Investigators also assessed the number of classic tender points that the women had.

By the end of the study, all of the symptoms—including fatigue, pain, sleep problems, anxiety, tender points, and the degree to which fibromyalgia affected the women’s lives—improved significantly in all four women.

“According to our data, oral CoQ10 treatment could be a new therapeutic approach in fibromyalgia,” said lead study author, Mario Cordero. “More controlled clinical trials and investigations are required to clarify the precise mechanism(s) by which CoQ10 may contribute in pathological and therapeutic processes of fibromyalgia.” In other words, although they don’t know exactly how CoQ10 works, it appears to be a promising new fibromyalgia treatment.

Other natural fibro help
If you’re living with fibromyalgia, give these tips a try:

  • Exercise, but not too hard. Studies show that low intensity exercise might be just the thing to help relieve fibromyalgia symptoms. Try a gentle walk, swimming, tai chi, or yoga.
  • Go vegan. A diet that excludes all animal products may be helpful for some people with fibromyalgia.
  • Give magnesium a try. Many people are deficient in this important nutrient that can help ease muscle pain and cramps.
  • Get to the spa. A type of bath therapy (balneotherapy) seems to be particularly effective in treating fibromyalgia symptoms.

(Nutrition 2013; doi.org/10.1016/j.nut.2013.05.005)

Kimberly Beauchamp, ND, received her doctoral degree from Bastyr University, the nation’s premier academic institution for science-based natural medicine. She co-founded South County Naturopaths in Wakefield, RI, where she practiced whole family care with an emphasis on nutritional counseling, herbal medicine, detoxification, and food allergy identification and treatment. Her blog, Eat Happy, helps take the drama out of healthy eating with real food recipes and nutrition news that you can use. Dr. Beauchamp is a regular contributor toHealthnotes Newswire.
References
Maureen Williams, ND. (2013). CoQ10 May Soothe Fibromyalgia Symptoms. Retrieved from http://www.now-university.com/Library/HealthConcerns/PainInflammation/099612.htm

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Minor Pain Relief

Herbal, Safe, Effective

Planetary Herbals is pleased to introduce Minor Pain Relief – a safe, effective herbal formula that soothes minor pain due to everyday activity, inhibits the inflammatory COX-2 enzyme, and strengthens tissues with antioxidants.

Willow Bark: Traditional Minor Pain Reliever

Minor Pain Relief features an age-old herbal remedy, willow bark, that has been used for centuries for natural minor pain relief. Modern clinical studies confirm that willow bark, which is neither habit-forming nor irritating to the stomach, remains as effective as ever for the relief of minor pain.

Hops and Ginger: COX-2 Inhibition

Minor Pain Relief also contains powerful COX-2 inhibitors from hops, the perennial flowering vine used worldwide in beer-making, as well as from ginger root. Humulex™ is a hops extract that is standardized for the alpha acids humulone, cohumulone and isohumulone, all of which have proved effective at inhibiting COX-2. COX-2 is associated with minor pain and inflammation from daily activities or overexertion. Ginger root lessens everyday minor pain and the cellular irritation that accompanies it by decreasing the production of prostaglandins generated by COX-2.

Corydalis: Beneficial Alkaloids

Another featured herb in the formula is corydalis, a member of the poppy family, which has been used successfully for over 2,000 years within the system of traditional Chinese herbalism to inhibit minor, everyday pain. Scientific tests have identified and named 20 active minor pain-killing alkaloids in corydalis.

Minor Pain Relief is the newest member of the Planetary Herbals line of herbs and botanical formulas. These products integrate the best of worldwide herbal traditions with modern clinical and pharmacological research.

References
 Planetary Herbals (n.d.). Minor Pain Relief. Retrieved from http://www.planetaryherbals.com/articles/6798/

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There’s More than One Way to Feel Better With Pain Management Methods

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Pain management is something that most people at one point in their lives will have to deal with. After all, pain is a common human condition – not a lot of people can say they’ve never encountered a physically painful situation at any time in their lives. For some people, however, they have to live their lives with pain, as the sources of their condition are constant and have been dealt in various ways, to no avail. This is especially true as people age, and women in their senior years are more prone to pain. With a lot of conditions and illnesses that cause pain seemingly impossible to solve already, it is hoped that at least, the pain that patients live is handled, so that they would not have to suffer badly and continue to live more normal lives.

Strategies for pain management include medications that relieve pain, occupational and/or physical therapy and alternative or complementary therapy. Let’s look through them one by one.
Pain-relieving medications have been one of the oldest pain management techniques used throughout mankind’s history, since the establishment of medicine and pharmacy. As of the moment, the most common medicines used to management pain, some of which most of us have already used at one point in our lives include

  • Paracetamol
  • Aspirin
  • NSAIDs (short for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen which aim to reduce inflammation of body parts that lead to pain
  • Codeine, morphine and other opioid drugs that in most countries, can only be administered by medical professionals
  • Anesthetics

For proper pain management using medicines, a patient has to be given the right medication that would be related to the kind of pain felt. For the right medicine to be administered, the patient should give his or her doctor the right information, especially in terms of where the pain is felt, the intensity of the pain, avoidance of any activity that would worsen the pain, and the impact that the experienced pain has on the patient’s lifestyle, including appetite and sleep. Other medicines already being taken by the patient should also be considered so that the doctor can choose the safest and most effective medical pain management option.

Occupational and physical therapy as pain management methods include both physical and psychological methods. For some patients, increased physical activity like stretching, walking, and doing aerobic and strength-building exercises can aid in pain management as it reduces pain, depending its cause. Some pain suffers can employ the services of a physical therapist or a chiropractor to increase bone and muscular strength, including arthritic and osteo-arthritic patients and those who have suffered from a sport-related injury or some sort of accident.

A branch of pain management also relates to a patient’s attitude and the way he or she copes emotionally with chronic pain. Counseling aids a lot in making a patient strengthen his or her resolve to not be defeated by the pain present in his or her life.

Complementary and alternative pain management strategies include acupuncture, stress management, and alternative (herbal, natural) medicine, among others, which have been attested by a lot of patients to help a lot on alleviating the pain they feel.

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Introducing to New Chapter: A Herbal Supplement Best Seller

Addressing the Inflammation Response the Same Old Way?

For a new chapter in healthy inflammation response, discover Zyflamend.

A Natural Process

The body’s inflammation response is a natural process—part of your body doing its job. There’s an inflammation response we can feel, like in the neck, back, or joints after exercise. Did you know there’s also a “silent” inflammation response happening inside the body? We may not be able to feel it, but this response can affect every organ and cell. That’s why maintaining a healthy inflammation response is important for whole-body health.

Science and Tradition

At New Chapter, we are dedicated to scientific validation for our products. Zyflamend’s ten-herb formula is based on extensive research that discovered how botanical compounds can safely and effectively support optimal health and wellness.* Hundreds of whole, active herbal compounds work together to help your body’s healthy inflammation process.* We’re also guided by time-tested herbal tradition. People around the world have used the herbs in Zyflamend for culinary and therapeutic purposes for thousands of years. Turmeric, Ginger, and Holy Basil are common in Asian and Indian wellness regimes. Green Tea is cultivated and consumed across that same area, and revered for its remarkable properties. Rosemary and Oregano are culinary treasures of the Mediterranean. Zyflamend is also rich in resveratrol, the heart-healthy compound in red wine – part of the healthy Mediterranean diet. Chinese Skullcap, Chinese Goldthread, Hu Zhang, and Barberry are time-honored tonic herbs in the Chinese herbal tradition.

NEW Targeted Zyflamend

New Chapter understands that people may have different needs for a specific healthy inflammation response. That’s why we’ve created targeted Zyflamend for supporting critical areas of health.

References
New Chapter, Inc. (n.d.). The New Chapter Difference. Retrieved from http://www.newchapter.com/zyflamend#the_new_chapter_difference

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