Deep in our nature as humans we’re programmed to eat foods that are healing for our bodies, though sometimes we don’t listen to this inner wisdom. When we really tap in and listen, healthy eating can become second nature – it’s truly conscious eating… Read More
By Papillex • July 2, 2014
Green tea has been shown to influence a variety of mechanisms which are favorable towards preventing and/or treating HPV related lesions. Green tea’s healing ability comes from the plants catechins, a group of powerful anti-oxidants that include epicatechin and epigallocatechin gallate just to name a few. Here’s the most recent… Read More
By Papillex • March 13, 2013
Acrylamide is yet another reason to avoid fried and processed foods since certain food preparation methods lead to the formation of chemicals that pose a potential health concern. It was first detected in certain foods in April 2002 by the Swedish National Food Authority. Acrylamide is a chemical that naturally… Read More
By Papillex • May 16, 2012
Do you know how to read the label and what you should be looking for? Grocery shopping can be frustrating: between navigating the grocery isles and the constant influx of new products invading grocery shelves, making the healthiest food choices is a daunting task. With some products boasting “20% less… Read More
By Papillex • March 27, 2012
For many, mealtimes are no longer rituals that invite you to slow down and enjoy food and the company of loved ones, but rather a reflection of our fast-paced multitasking society: meals are rushed and unfocused. The focus has shifted to quick fixes and takeout, and this shift has a… Read More
By Papillex • March 8, 2012
Vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin”, is a fat-soluble vitamin that can be produced in the skin with sufficient sunlight exposure. It is best known for its crucial role in bone health. Without it, the body would not be able to absorb calcium from the intestines. Without adequate… Read More
By Papillex • February 28, 2012
Lycopene belongs to a group of naturally occurring compounds called carotenoids. Carotenoids are fat-soluble pigments that give yellow, red, and orange coloring to birds, fish, fruits, vegetables, flowers, and crustaceans (i.e shrimp, crabs, etc.). In humans, lycopene is found in the liver, adrenal glands, lungs, prostate, colon, and skin at… Read More
By Papillex • February 19, 2012
Astragalus membranaceus, commonly known as milk-vetch in the North America, is a perennial plant native to Northern and Eastern China, and Korea. Its dried root has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine to tonify Qi (or “vital force”), and for a variety of conditions. This plant is also… Read More
By Papillex • February 7, 2012
What is Sulforaphane? It has long been recognized that a diet high in fruits and vegetables is the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. Increased consumption of cruciferous vegetables in particular (i.e. broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, bok choy, etc.) is associated with a decreased risk of developing a variety of diseases,… Read More
By Papillex • January 29, 2012
Increasing your daily intake of fruits and vegetables is a theme that will continue to be repeated ad nauseum. It is, however, the simplest way to improve your overall health, so I encourage everyone to challenge themselves to eat 7-10 servings of fruits and veggies every day. Here are a… Read More
By Papillex • November 12, 2011
Green Tea Extract is just one of the many great ingredients in Papillex™. Green Tea is high in polyphenols (catechins, anthocyanins, phenolic acids), has an excellent safety profile, and is associated with many health benefits ranging from cardioprotective to anti-carcinogenic properties. A study of 51 patients showed a reduction of… Read More
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