What is C24/7 Natura-Ceuticals and COMPLETE?
What is C24/7 Natura-Ceuticals and COMPLETE Phyto-Energizer?
is the “UPGRADED” Version of COMPLETE PHYTO-ENERGIZER
PLUS the Addition of RESTORLYF.
C24/7 Natura-Ceuticals is the world’s first whole food energizer and dietary supplement that is packed with nutritionally dense food concentrate, complete with a vast number of anti-oxidants (including the most potent natural based anti-aging compounds) and approximately 22,000 phytonutrients (which are plant-derived chemical compounds under scientific research for their potential health-promoting properties). Plus the product was designed to let its active ingredients to work in ’synergy’ to produce the maximum result for your body. So you pack a lot of stuff in just one capsule, BIG DEAL! Other food supplement also have those! True, they have multiple Vitamins and Minerals, the even claim to have anti-oxidants and detoxifiers, but C24-Seven Natura-Ceuticals offers you more than that! Each Capsule Contains:
- 29 Vitamins & Minerals (Vitamin A, C, D, E, K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, etc.)
- 12 Whole Fruit Juice Blend (Cranberry, Blueberry, Strawberry, Blackberry, Bilberry, Cherry, Plum, Apricot, Papaya, Orange, Grape, Pineapple)
- 12 Whole Vegetables Juice Blend (Parsley, Kale, Spinach, Wheat Grass, Brussels, Asparagus, Garlic, Brocolli, Cauliflower, Beet, Carrot, Cabbage)
- 14 Green Foods / Spirulina Blend (Spirulina, Alfalfa, Barley grass, Wheat grass, Lemon grass, Dandelion, Melissa, Nettle, Blessed Thistle, Plantain, Cilantro, Blue and Green Algae, Chlorella)
- 12 Organic Mushrooms (Cordyceps, Reishi, Shitake, Hiratake, Maitake, yambushitake, Himematsutake, Kawaratake, Chaga, Zhu Ling, Agarikon, Mesima)
- 18 Amino Acids
- 12 Specialty Nutrients
- 12 Digestive Enzymes
- 10 Essential Fatty Acids
- 5 Anti-Aging / Anti-Oxidant Enhancer
- 4 Longevity Polyphenols / Mega-Resveratrol Blend
Fruit Blends? Vegetable Blends? Don’t I get more nutrients by eating the real deal? Sure, if you want to eat 5 of those every fruit a day you could, or if you can eat several hundred grams of every vegetable listed above. And remember not all the nutrients contained inside the meat of the fruit, according to a number of scientific research some of the most beneficial nutrient found in the fruit were locked inside the its skin or peelings (sa tagalog yung balat nito) and its roots. Plus all the vegetables and fruits listed above were carefully selected for their health benefits, such as Pineapple which contains a proteolytic enzyme bromelain, which digests food by breaking down protein, and is a good source of manganese , as well as containing significant amounts of Vitamin C and Vitamin B1, while its roots when either eaten or applied topically as an anti-inflammatory and as a proteolytic agent. It is traditionally used as an antihelminthic agent in the Philippines, plus its roots decoction is used to treat diarrhea. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pineapple) Grape phytochemicals such as resveratrol, a polyphenol antioxidant, have been positively linked to inhibiting cancer, heart disease, degenerative nerve disease, viral infections and mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease. Protection of the genome through antioxidant actions may be a general function of resveratrol. In laboratory studies, resveratrol bears a significant transcriptional overlap with the beneficial effects of calorie restriction in heart, skeletal muscle and brain. Both dietary interventions inhibit gene expression associated with heart and skeletal muscle aging, and prevent age-related heart failure. Resveratrol is the subject of several human clinical trials, among which the most advanced is a one year dietary regimen in a Phase III study of elderly patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Synthesized by many plants, resveratrol apparently serves antifungal and other defensive properties. Dietary resveratrol has been shown to modulate the metabolism of lipids and to inhibit oxidation of low-density lipoproteins and aggregation of platelets. Resveratrol is found in wide amounts among grape varieties, primarily in their skins and seeds which, in muscadine grapes, have about one hundred times higher concentration than pulp. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grape) Apricots. Due to their high fiber to volume ratio, dried apricots are sometimes used to relieve constipation or induce diarrhea. Effects can be felt after eating as few as three. Research shows that of any food, apricots possess the highest levels and widest variety of carotenoids. Carotenoids are antioxidants that help prevent heart disease, reduce “bad cholesterol” levels, and protect against cancer. In traditional Chinese medicine, apricots are considered helpful in regenerating body fluids, detoxifying, and quenching thirst. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apricots) Parsley. Tea may be used as an enema. Chinese and German herbologists recommend parsley tea to help control high blood pressure, and the Cherokees used it as a tonic to strengthen the bladder. It is also often used as an emmenagogue. Parsley also appears to increase diuresis by inhibiting the Na+/K+-ATPase pump in the kidney, thereby enhancing sodium and water excretion while increasing potassium reabsorption. It is also valued as an aquaretic. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsley ) Spinach contains 6.43 mg of iron, whereas one 6 oz. (170 gram) ground hamburger patty contains at most 4.42 mg. Thus spinach does contain a relatively high level of iron, compared to other vegetable and meat sources. It has a large nutritional value, especially when fresh, steamed, or quickly boiled. It is a rich source of vitamin A (and lutein), vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, magnesium, and several vital antioxidants. Recently, opioid peptides called rubiscolins have also been found in spinach. It is a source of folic acid (Vitamin B9), and this vitamin was first purified from spinach. To benefit from the folate in spinach, it is better to steam it than to boil it. Boiling spinach for four minutes can halve the level of folate. Spinach is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A, manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin B2, calcium, potassium, and vitamin B6. It is a very good source of dietary fiber, copper, protein, phosphorous, zinc and vitamin E. In addition, it is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and selenium. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinach ) Spinach is extraordinarily high in vitamin C and rich in riboflavin, one cup of cooked spinach also contains a very high level of vitamin A, folate, magnesium, potassium, as well as vitamins E, B6, and thiamin. Like other leafy greens, spinach has a high water content meaning, that when it is cooked, it shrinks considerably. One pound of leaves can be reduced to about one cup of the cooked product. Since the iron in spinach is in soluble form, the water left from cooking will contain that element, as well as other water-soluble nutrients that should be used instead of thrown away. Despite its unusable iron and calcium content, it is still rich in other important minerals, proteins, and vitamins; and, of all the vegetable juices, spinach juice is said to be the most potent for the prevention of cancer cell formation. Research has shown that those who eat spinach daily are less likely to develop lung cancer. (source: http://www.innvista.com/health/foods/vegetables/spinach.htm ) Cabbage is an excellent source of Vitamin C. It also contains significant amounts of glutamine, an amino acid, which has anti-inflammatory properties. It is a source of indol-3-carbinol, or I3C, a compound used as an adjuvent therapy for recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, a disease of the head and neck caused by human papillomavirus (usually types 6 and 11) that causes growths in the airway that can lead to death. In European folk medicine, cabbage leaves are used to treat acute inflammation. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabbage ) And this is just one fruit, we are talking about 12 fruits and 12 vegetables here. Okay, I know I need fruits and veggies on my system, but Grass? Flowers? And ALGAE? Based on the most recent scientific researches, these green foods and Spirulina blends contains anti-oxidants, protein, and amino acids. Spirulina alone contains an unusually high amount of protein, between 55% and 77% by dry weight, depending upon the source. It is a complete protein, containing all essential amino acids, though with reduced amounts of methionine, cysteine, and lysine when compared to the proteins of meat, eggs, and milk. It is, however, superior to typical plant protein, such as that from legumes, it also rich in essential fatty acids such as gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and also provides alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), linoleic acid (LA), stearidonic acid (SDA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and arachidonic acid. It is also a rich source of potassium, and also contains calcium, chromium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, sodium, and zinc. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spirulina) Studies and researches shows that Spirulina helps produce anti-bodies such as Cystoskine and other cells that improve immunity and help ward off infection and chronic illnesses such as cancer. (source: http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/spirulina-000327.htm ) Lemon Grass has a pleasant lemony fragrance and has antimicrobial, analgesic, antipyretic, antioxidant and anti-fungal properties. Its uses includes treating problems with the digestive system, and for relieving muscle spasm, pains and cramps and helps remove lactic acid and increase circulation. It has a positive effect on nervous conditions and provides gentle boos when exhausted. (source: http://www.ageless.co.za/herb-lemon-grass.htm ) Dandelion contains luteolin, an antioxidant, and has demonstrated antioxidant properties without cytotoxicity. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/dandelion) Dandelion is not only official but is used in many patent medicines. It is used as a bitter tonic in atonic dyspepsia, and as a mild laxative in habitual constipation. When the stomach is irritated and where active treatment would be injurious, the decoction or extract of Dandelion administered three or four times a day, will often prove a valuable remedy. It has a good effect in increasing the appetite and promoting digestion. Dandelion combined with other active remedies has been used in cases of dropsy and for induration of the liver, and also on the Continent for phthisis and some cutaneous diseases. A decoction of 2 OZ. of the herb or root in 1 quart of water, boiled down to a pint, is taken in doses of one wineglassful every three hours for scurvy, scrofula, eczema and all eruptions on the surface of the body. (source: http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/d/dandel08.html ) Chlorella. Clinical studies demonstrate healing effects of chlorella, including dioxin detoxification in humans and animals, healing from radiation exposure in animals and the ability to reduce high blood pressure, lower serum cholesterol levels, accelerate wound healing, and enhance immune functions in humans. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/chlorella ) Alfalfa has been used as an herbal medicine for over 1,500 years. Alfalfa is high in protein, calcium, plus other minerals, vitamin A, vitamins in the B group, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K. Traditional Uses: In early Chinese medicines, physicians used young alfalfa leaves to treat disorders related to the digestive tract and the kidneys. In Hindu societies, ayurvedic physicians used the leaves for treating poor digestion. They made a cooling poultice from the seeds for boils. At the time, alfalfa was also believed to be helpful towards people suffering from arthritis and water retention. Modern Use: It is majorly used in homeopathic medicines worldwide. Today, alfalfa is suggested for treating anemia, diabetes, to extend appetite and contribute towards weight gain, as a diuretic for increased urination, for indigestion and bladder disorders, alfalfa can also be used as an estrogen replacement in order to increase breast milk and to mitigate premenstrual syndrome, a dietary supplement, and to lower blood cholestrol levels. Nettle is one of the nine plants invoked in the pagan Anglo-Saxon Nine Herbs Charm, recorded in the 10th century. Nettle is believed to be a galactagogue and a clinical trial has shown that the juice is diuretic in patients with congestive heart failure. Urtication, or flogging with nettles, is the process of deliberately applying stinging nettles to the skin in order to provoke inflammation. An agent thus used is known as a rubefacient (i.e. something that causes redness). This is done as a folk remedy for rheumatism, as it provides temporary relief from pain. Extracts can be used to treat arthritis, anemia, hay fever, kidney problems, and pain. Nettle is used in hair shampoos to control dandruff, and is said to make hair more glossy, which is why some farmers include a handful of nettles with cattle feed. It is also thought nettles can ease eczema. Nettle root extracts have been extensively studied in human clinical trials as a treatment for symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). These extracts have been shown to help relieve symptoms compared to placebo both by themselves and when combined with other herbal medicines. Because it contains 3,4-divanillyltetrahydrofuran, certain extracts of the nettle are used by bodybuilders in an effort to increase free testosterone by occupying sex-hormone binding globulin. Fresh nettle, specifically Urtica dioica, is used in folk remedies to stop all types of bleeding, due to its high Vitamin K content. Meanwhile, in dry U. dioica, the Vitamin K is practically non-existent, and so is used as a blood thinner. And these are just few of the 14 blends stated above Okay, you got me there, now why do you need to have mushroom in that concoction? Most people take mushrooms for granted, and only few people even cared to know its medicinal properties. Take Shitake Mushroom for instance, Extracts from shiitake mushrooms (such as ichtyol) have also been researched for many other immunological benefits, ranging from anti-viral properties to possible treatments for severe allergies, as well as arthritis. Lenthionine, a key flavour compound of shiitake, also inhibits platelet aggregation, so it is a promising treatment for thrombosis. Shiitake are also one of a few known natural sources of vegan and kosher vitamin D. Reishi Mushroom may possess some anti-tumor, immunomodulatory and immunotherapeutic activities, supported by some studies on polysaccharides, terpenes, and other bioactive compounds isolated from fruiting bodies and mycelia of this fungus. However, the efficacy of these compounds in the treatment of cancer has not yet been shown in clinical trials. It is understood as adaptogenic, anti-allergenic and anti-hypertensive due to the presence of triterpenes. Apart from these properties, Reishi has been found to be anti-inflammatory, antiviral, anti-parasitic, anti-fungal, antidiabetic, anti-hypotensive, and protective of the liver. It has also been found to inhibit platelet aggregation, and to lower blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar. Because of these properties, Reishi has been regarded as blood pressure stabilizer, antioxidant, analgesic, a kidney and nerve tonic. It has been used in bronchitis prevention and in cardiovascular treatment, and in the treatment of high triglycerides, high blood pressure, hepatitis, allergies, chemotherapy support, HIV support, and even for fatigue and altitude sickness. Chaga Mushroom. In 1998 there was a study in Poland that demonstrated Chaga’s inhibiting effects on tumor growth. Noda et. al found that betulin seems to work highly selectively on tumor cells because the interior pH of tumor tissues is generally lower than that of normal tissues, and betulinic acid is only active at those lower levels. Fulda et al. found in 1997 that once inside the cells, betulinic acid induces apoptosis (programmed cell death) in the tumors. In 2005 there was a study done at Department of Medical Nutrition in South Korea. The Chaga Mushroom was evaluated for their potential for protecting against oxidative damage to DNA in human lymphocytes. The study found that the polyphenolic extract protected these cells against hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress. Another study that year found the endo-polysaccharide of Chaga produced indirect anti-cancer effects via immuno-stimulation. The mycelial endo-polysaccharide of I. obliquus was identified as a candidate for use as an immune response modifier and indicate that the anti-cancer effect of endo-polysaccharide is not directly tumorcidal but rather is immuno-stimulating. It has also been demonstrated as anti-inflammatory. Saitoh Akiko published on the antimutagenic effects of Chaga in 1996, and Mizuno et al. published on the anti tumor and hypoglycemic activities of the polysaccharides from the sclerotia and mycelia of Chaga. And that is 3 of the 12 mushrooms. So what do I really get out of this? More than you what you had bargained for, and that includes o Lowers cholesterol level o Protects against heart disease and complications o Helps prevent cancer of any origin o Controls high –blood pressure o Controls blood sugar o Prevents degenerative diseases like arthritis & rheumatism o Enhances, nourishes, strengthens and balances the immune system o Rejuvenates the skin o Promotes healthy blood circulation and cell regeneration o Detoxifies the body o Enhances sexual vitality You mean all these in just one capsule? All of these in one capsule! And probably more! As it is proven as an effective food supplement for people afflicted with: Bronchial asthma • Acute & chronic diarrhea • Cancer & tumor formation • Atrophic dermatitis • Anemia • Rheumatoid arthritis • Atrophic vaginitis • Beriberi • Bronchitis • Liver cirrhosis • Colitis • Bone fracture • Burns • Conjunctivitis • Dyspepsia • Cyst • Endometriosis • Cervical ulcer • Gastro-esophageal reflux disease • Colitis • Colon prolapsed and bowel pockets • Constipation • Deafness of old age • Diabetes mellitus • Ecopora • Diabetes-insulin dependent (Type I) • Skin ulcer • Enteritis-swelling of intestines • Epilepsy • Goiter • Halitosis • Conjunctivitis • Macular degeneration • Osteoporosis • Patients with debilitating diseases • Cholelithiasis – gallstones • Glaucoma • Gingivitis • Gout • Hypertension • Osteoarthritis • Pancreatitis • Pharyngitis • Benign prostatic hypertrophy • Cataract • Immunodeficiency • Scurvy • Parasitism • Kidney disease • Nephrolithiasis • Laryngitis • Myoma • Hepatitis • Tendonitis • Paralysis • Mental tiredness • Muscle and nerve pain • Muscular dystrophy • Thrombosis • Neuralgia • Sinusitis • Toxins in the body • Ulcerative colitis • Respiratory infection • Piles-external swelling • Piles after operation • Urethritis • Prolapse of stomach • Psoriasis • Vertigo • Rheumatic heart fever • Pre-menopausal syndrome • Systemic lupus erythromatosus • Shortness of breath in children • Vaginitis • Skin rash • Spinal diseases • Neuro-muscular disorder • Hyperlipidemia • Hypercholesterolemia • Stroke edema • Thyroid problem • Tinnitus • Tonsillitis • Brain tumor • Toxic blood and acidosis • Low sperm count • Trichomonas vaginalis • Rectal tumor • Underweight and malnutrition • Heart diseases and complications • Varicose veins • Allergic rhinitis • Weakness of lower leg • Migraine • Dysmenorrhea • Amenorrhea • Insomnia