FLAVONOIDS

FLAVONOIDS – THE KEY TO REVERSE AGING

The USDA goes on to state that isoflavones may reduce the risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, and several types of cancer, and certain flavonoids in blueberries may actually reverse nerve cell aging and a wide array of compounds in fruits and vegetables may protect cell components against oxidative damage as well as vitamins C or E.

Yes, you read correctly. Flavonoids reverse cell aging. Keep in mind that all these wonderful benefits stated are isolated to only what they currently understand, or choose to disclose concerning these majestic bio-active living constituents.

Upon reading this, an intelligent person may surmise that these are just a few minor points that make the difference between disease, suffering, and pre-mature death, verses a long and healthy life. Throughout this book I will periodically prompt you to ask yourself a question such as: Why has this information been kept on the sidelines?

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Quote: “Plant foods contain biologically active components beyond those defined as essential nutrients, such as thousands of anti-oxidant phytochemicals that impart health benefits beyond the basic nutrition for an intended population.”

This is a very interesting statement for a government branch to publish because it indicates to the reader that the government has allowed to exist, or intended for the population, for whatever reason, a sub-essential (or incomplete) list of nutrient standards defined as the “essential nutrients

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