Rare Undersea Discovery Could Extend Your Life by 10, 20 or 30 Years
Scientists are claiming that they have now isolated unusual ingredients in a rare seaweed discovered by fishermen off the coast of Korea that offer incredible health benefits—including the ability to restore blood pressure to normal levels.
Dr. Haengwoo Lee, a renowned biochemist living near Seattle, Washington conducted a massive 15 year, multimillion dollar clinical study on these two ingredients. The first is Seanol, an extremely rare seaweed extract from Ecklonia Cava that’s proven to be 100 times more powerful than any land-based antioxidant. That’s because it stays working in your body for 12 hours, compared to land-based antioxidants that work for 30 minutes.
“Its secret is its make-up of special polyphenol antioxidants that are a whopping 40% lipid (fat) soluble,” Dr. Lee explains. “Unlike nearly all land-based antioxidants that are water soluble, Seanol’s protective compounds can get into things like the fatty tissues of your brain and penetrate all three layers of your cells, including the outside, the oil-based cell membranes, and your DNA.”
Indeed, Seanol is so powerful, it’s the only FDA-approved Ecklonia Cava marine-algae extract in existence.
The second ingredient is Calamarine, a deep-sea omega-3 discovery that delivers 85% more DHA omega-3s to your heart, brain, joints, and eyes. It’s known to combat everything from fatigue and poor memory, to vision problems, joint pain, mood swings and depression.
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asongofopposites said: if anything do it for the satisfaction of overcoming the anxieties?
I shouldbut I also know if I commit I will let it hang over my head every moment of the day until we go. I really should, I’m sure I would be much better off by doing that but I honestly don’t know if it’s in the cards. I don’t know if I want to go through that. Btw like I said in a previous post I am very aware that this is a not a real issue and I am so lucky to even have this problem of deciding on flying to Europe w/my family.
I am about to apply for a writing job at irrational games that I have absolutely no chance at getting
Just because I have nothing to lose lol. Actually I do. After applying I will spend hours fantasizing about what it would be like if they for w/e reason accepted me and get disappointed when they smartly hire someone else.
I’ve been doing some thinking
And I don’t think I can travel to europe if my family wants to go. I just can’t. I got anxious last night just thinking about being in a foreign country and don’t even get me started on a 7-8 hour flight. It’s too much. I really don’t think I can do that.
"Shyness has a strange element of narcissism, a belief that how we look, how we perform, is truly important to other people. "
THE SUDDEN URGE TO PLAY POKEMON HITS YOU LIKE A BAG OF BRICKS WHEN YOURE LEAST EXPECTING IT
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The proposal, which the Raleigh News & Observer reports was unanimously approved by the state’s Senate Commerce Committee on Thursday, would apply to all car manufacturers, but the intended target is clear. It’s aimed at Tesla, the only U.S. automaker whose business model relies on selling cars directly to consumers, rather than through a network of third-party dealerships.
The bill is being pushed by the North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association, a trade group representing the state’s franchised dealerships. Its sponsor is state Sen. Tom Apodaca, a Republican from Henderson, who has said the goal is to prevent unfair competition between manufacturers and dealers. What makes it “unfair competition” as opposed to plain-old “competition”—something Republicans are typically inclined to favor—is not entirely clear. After all, North Carolina doesn’t seem to have a problem with Apple selling its computers online or via its own Apple Stores.
Some businesses are better than others. When these better businesses threaten existing businesses or interest groups who have given money to politicians they call it unfair competition.