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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Righteous Results

Really? Have you any idea how many Righteous supplements, foods and or herbs begin with the letter R? Just to name a Random few:


Red clover – good source of calcium, phosphorous, and protein, anti-cancer, treats whooping cough, bronchitis, sore throats; blood, liver and kidney cleanser, treats skin problems
Resveratrol - listed below
Riboflavin – studies indicate that a daily dose of 40 mg of riboflavin for 3 months have provided considerable relief for migraine sufferers, inhibits cancer risk and heart disease, anti-stroke and antibacterial
Rice - listed below, and try for colored rice, not just long grained white rice.
Rosehips – Rosehips is rich in vitamin C which is very effective in building our immune system to ward off bacterial and viral infections.
Rosemary – anti-cancer, soothes nervous system, head ache relief, anti-depression, digestive aid, assists in blood pressure treatment, aids in treating hair loss, anxiety and improved circulation. 
Rye – whole rye (not that traditionally found in stores) contains more protein, minerals and B vitamins than whole wheat. Whole rye is power packed with two times the protein, three times the phosphorous and calcium, four times the riboflavin, five times the iron and thiamine, six times the niacin and seven times the potassium. You can spot the whole rye by it’s darker color, not that of the counterpart which has been sifted and diluted with wheat flour. 

Red tea

Caffeine free, low in calories, a natural for those diet conscious and loaded with health benefits containing  magnesium necessary for a healthy nervous system. Red tea is often prescribed for nervous tension and used as a relaxing natural sedative. Containing no oxalic acid it can be enjoyed by those who suffer from kidney stones and also contains potassium and copper minerals to assist in metabolic functions to help with weight loss. It also aids in iron absorption for those who suffer from iron deficiency. 
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Red Yeast Rice

According to The Food Pharmacy there are "possible therapeutic benefits" in eating rice:
  • Aiding in maintaining sugar levels for non-diabetics
  • Clearing up psoriasis
  • Fighting diarrhea (mothers have long relied on rice to help infants in diarrhea distress)
  • Lowering blood pressure/cholesterol
  • Preventing kidney stones
  • Preventing cancer

Resveratrol

Used in treatment for blood sugar, cancer prevention, colds, flu, heart protection, longevity, rheumatoid arthritis and memory assistance. Resveratrol can be found in grapes and red wines.  

This post is not written with the intention of replacing your family physician's advice but as information to discuss with your health care provider to assist in providing you with better health. Linked to ABC Wednesday.

Thank you for your visit. Take care, stay health and God bless!






sources:

Gary Null's Ultimate Anti-Aging Program by Gary Null, PhD


The Doctor's Book of Food Remedies by Selene Yeager and the Editors of Prevention

The Food Pharmacy by Jean Carper


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7 comments:

Luna Miranda May 15, 2013 at 3:49 AM  

a very interesting post. i prefer natural supplements and it's good to know some of them. i eat rice everyday--i'm working on reducing my rice intake to lose some lbs.:p

R is for...

Roger Owen Green May 15, 2013 at 5:53 AM  

I didn't know Rexall was still out there, bought a Beatles LP there in 1966.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Judy SheldonWalker May 15, 2013 at 9:55 AM  

Roger, Our Dollar General sells Rexall supplements. It is associated with a pharmacy.

Wanda May 15, 2013 at 3:23 PM  

Wow, that's quite a list. I did make some rye bread for St.Patricks Day. The store was out!!

Thanks for so much good info.

betchai May 16, 2013 at 4:39 PM  

thanks for this info, i love red rice, and purple rice. and it's great to know or be reminded about all the other R's

mindlovemisery May 20, 2013 at 8:00 AM  

This is fantastically informative =)

Chubskulit Rose May 21, 2013 at 12:10 AM  

I thought Resveratrol is a made up term formulated by doctors hehehe.


My apologies for the late visit.
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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