The prevention of all major degenerative illnesses.
Date: 1/23/2018 1:50:11 PM ( 4 mon ) ... viewed 173 times
"... a type of polyphenol called phlorotannins ... found only in brown sea vegetables ... has been shown to help prevent the cancerous transformation of cells; have a positive effect on glucose homeostatis, which can help prevent the development of diabetes; and, finally, increase the flexibility of the blood vessels, a crucial factor in the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
A significant line of research correlates polyphenol consumption with the prevention of all major degenerative illnesses we face. All of these degenerative changes share the common factor of the progressive deterioration of blood flow. By helping to maintain the strength and flexibility of our blood vessels, polyphenols aid in the prevention of such conditions as arthritis and heart disease."
Fortunately for me I really like sea vegetables and especially the brown varieties! I'll be looking forward to adding more of these in my diet.
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