Anti-inflammatory Properites of New Zealand Green-lipped Mussel…proven!

September 2nd, 2007

by Warren Matthews of Xtend-Life

Green-lipped mussel is sometimes promoted as being the most potent natural anti-inflammatory nutrient available. I am not sure if this is really the case so we don’t claim it to be so in those products in which we use it, but there is certainly no doubt that it works well for the majority of people.

A new study from researchers at Australia’s RMIT University have found that the anti-inflammatory properties of the commercially extracted green-lipped mussel to be sufficiently potent to enable them to be a viable alternative to the conventional NSAIDs and Fish Oil treatment in the relief of the symptoms of Arthritis. We have combined both in our GLM-Omega 3-Plus so our customers can get the both of best worlds!

The novel forms of Omega 3 essential Fatty Acids found within the green-lipped mussel is thought to originate from the algae and other micro organisms unique to New Zealand waters

If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

Avoid pills with useful tips to cure insomnia

September 2nd, 2007

Grabbing a sleeping pill and gulping it down seems to be the easiest way to get sleep for those who suffer from Insomnia. Admittedly it is the quickest way for insomniacs to fall asleep. But it is definitely not the best way to get sleep. This habit brings addiction, side effects and dependency along and these can be extremely difficult to deal with later.

Medication should actually be the last resort for treating Insomnia. Before you start popping in the pill, it is imperative that you try and establish the underlying reason behind it. Stress, anxiety, bipolar disorders and other mental conditions are the most common conditions that produce symptoms of Insomnia.

Even when it is a case of Treating Depression and the accompanying symptom of Insomnia the first choice should be to Treating Depression naturally. Choosing Natural Remedies for depression rather antidepressants is a wise choice since antidepressants have side effects that include sleeping disorders.

There are various things that you can try to get better sleep.

If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

Bad Behavior has blocked 998 access attempts in the last 7 days.