November 2, 2016

Zyflamend – The Supplement Even Doctors are Talking About

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by Helen Cain

If you have an inflammatory disease, you’re not alone. Lots of people are living with inflammatory problems like arthritis, muscle stiffness, chronic fatigue, recurrent headaches, recurrent low grade fevers and chills. Allergic conditions like asthma, eczema and contact dermatitis are sensitivities caused by an over-active inflammatory response. As more is learnt about how the immune system works, it has been realized that many of the health challenges faced in modern society, like cancer and heart disease, result from excess chronic inflammation.

Medicine That Gets to the Root Cause

It is so common to live with one or more of these conditions that it is seen as the new ‘normal’. Treatments from your doctor are suppressive and based on moderating symptoms rather than addressing the root cause so while you may feel better taking painkillers or steroids, they haven’t actually done anything to heal you.
Alternative medicine represents an increasingly popular choice for people who want complete healing.

What is Zyflamend?

Zyflamend is the herbal supplement to take to encourage a healthy inflammation response. A healthy response is one that is acute (short term) as a reaction to pathogens or injury, rather than chronic (long-term) and directed against the self.

The Healthful Herbal Blend

Zyflamend, The herbal medicine contains:

  • Turmeric, a herb commonly used as a spice in curries that has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It contains curcumin, an active ingredient that can prevent swelling. For this reason, its a popular remedy among people with arthritis.
  • It also contains Rosemary, a flowering plant that is antioxident, anti-inflammatory and can kill tumors too.
  • Green tea, a source of natural folate and boasted by the American Medical Association to reduce deaths from cardiovascular disease.
  • Ginger, a root that settles the stomach and supports gastrointestinal health. Ginger is famous for easing nausea when you feel sick.
  • Hu Zhang – a Chinese medicine that contains resveratol, the component in red wine that has been publicized as part of a mediterranean diet credited with increasing longevity.
  • Oregano – a herb that is used to treat respiratory disorders, skin problems and menstrual cramping. It’s a rich source of omega 3 which can help boost brain power and it contains vitamin K to assist in blood clotting.

Unlike many other supplements, Zyflamend has caused such a stir because of its amazing healing abilities that even doctors are talking about it and medical journals have published studies attesting to its benefits. Here are a few of the studies you can find in reputable scientific journals showing the interest that Zyflamend has received as a potential anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer treatment. It has oncologists excited due as it appears to shrink cancer cells and calm the inflammatory response.

Zyflamend Inhibits Prostate and Pancreatic Cancer Cells

A 2011 study in the journal Nutrition and Cancer, found that the herbal blend could inhibit prostate cancer cells and prevent them from growing.
A 2012 study in the International Journal of Cancer also found it had anti-tumor effects on pancreatic cancer and suppressed their growth.

Zyflamend Reduces Inflammation, Fights Obesity

Inflammation can contribute to the development of obesity. Women who are overweight or obese are at greater risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer. In tests, Zyflamend reduced inflammation in breast tissue, according to Cancer Prevention Research. It is hoped that it can be used as an aid to prevent breast cancer and obesity. Using Zyflamend might reduce oxidative stress and subsequent weight gain and may be a better alternative than diets that don’t work and can be harmful.

Zyflamend Could Reduce the Risk of Metabolic Disease

In a study of cancer patients with impaired glucose tolerance, Zyflamend inhibited insulin-like growth factor-1 stimulated cell growth and together with metformin, helped to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. This is extremely important as the amount of people with diabetes has reached epidemic proportions. In the 1960’s and 70’s, an overweight person stood out in the crowd, but in 2016, people struggling with weight issues outnumber slim people. There are more overweight people worldwide than there are under-weight. This puts people at risk of a number of health complications, auto-immunity and an aberent inflammation response.

It was once thought that obesity was merely caused by lack of exercise or eating the wrong kinds of foods, but now scientists know that inflammation, drug reactions and mitochrondrial oxidative stress can cause it too.

To begin the fight back against inflammation, why not add Zyflamend to your other healthy lifestyle interventions and see if it could help you get back to the optimal health you are entitled to?

References

Zyflamend suppresses growth and sensitizes human pancreatic tumors to gemcitabine in an orthotopic mouse model through modulation of multiple targets. Int J Cancer. 2012 Aug 1;131(3):E292-303

Dietary polyphenols suppress elevated levels of proinflammatory mediators and aromatase in the mammary gland of obese mice. Cancer Prev Res (Phila). 2013 Sep;6(9):886-97

Zyflamend reduces the expression of androgen receptor in a model of castrate-resistant prostate cancer. Nutr Cancer. 2011 Nov;63(8):1287-96.

Obesity and the role of adipose tissue in inflammation and metabolism, Am J Clin Nutr February 2006, vol. 83 no. 2 461S-465S.

Medical Issues From Anorexia, Bulimia and Other Eating Disorders, Bulimia.com

Maintenance Therapy Containing Metformin and/or Zyflamend for Advanced Prostate Cancer: A Case Series, Case Reports in Oncological Medicine, Volume 2015 (2015), Article ID 471861, 5 pages.

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