March 10, 2022

EcoNugenics® Wins the 2004 Nutrition Business Journal Product Merit Award for PectaSol® Modified Citrus Pectin

Good news in the nutraceutical industry. EcoNugenics received the 2004 Nutrition Business Journal Product Merit Award for PectaSol® MCP. Studies have demonstrated its impact on inhibiting cancer metastasis and reducing tumor growth. It has been particularly effective in the treatment of prostate cancer. PectaSol® is more readily absorbed into the bloodstream than other pectin due to its structure and molecular weight.

Santa Rosa, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2022 -- EcoNugenics,® a premium dietary supplement and nutraceutical company, announced today that they have received the 2004 Nutrition Business Journal Product Merit Award for PectaSol,® Modified Citrus Pectin, a dietary supplement derived from the peel and pulp of citrus fruit. The dietary supplement is recognized for its interaction with cellular adhesion.

“EcoNugenics® is honored to receive this Product Merit Award from The Nutrition Business Journal,” said Isaac Eliaz, MD, a leader in the field of Integrative Medicine. “The strategic information about PectaSol® is that studies have demonstrated its effect on inhibiting cancer metastasis and reducing tumor growth. In prostate cancer, PectaSol® has been clinically shown to considerably slow the prostate specific antigen, PSA doubling time.”

The molecular weight and proper structure of the citrus pectin used in PectaSol® have been modified through several proprietary laboratory processes, making PectaSol® more readily absorbed into the bloodstream than regular pectin. PectaSol’s unique component, galactyosyl, has an affinity for binding to certain cells of the prostate, breast, colon, lymphatic system, skin, brain and larynx. For more information and to view clinical research on PectaSol® visit www.econugenics.com

EcoNugenics® was founded in 1995 with a commitment to offering premium dietary supplements and nutraceuticals based on the best of modern science integrated with the ancient wisdom of traditional and complementary therapies. EcoNugenics® is committed to five basic principles, which include innovation in product formulation, thorough scientific research, ongoing clinical validation, customer education/empowerment and superior quality control.

For more information contact Connie St. John at 415-454-2243

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March 05, 2022

Aloe Vera, for Beauty and Health – What Grandma Didn't Know

Many remedies that our grandparents used were based more on superstition rather than fact, but grandma’s ancient Aloe Vera remedy had powerful healing attributes that even she didn’t realize.

(PRWEB) March 5, 2022 -- Mail-order specialty plants grower and publisher, Arthur Comer was surprised at what was revealed during a recent search for unique plants to add to his company’s product line. Comer is the owner and general manager of Midlothian, Virginia based ALCJR Enterprises.

Comer was familiar with the Aloe Vera plant and its applications for promoting healing on external cuts, burns and abrasion. He could remember that his grandmother always kept an Aloe Vera plant in the house as a natural treatment for those ailments, and he recalled the soothing feeling it provided when applied to the skin. What Comer didn’t know was that years of research by the medical profession indicates that the medicinal benefits of Aloe Vera is far more reaching than for only treating external ailments, it is known to help a variety of internal disorders, especially digestive tract conditions. Its natural healing and detoxifying powers has brought relief to those who suffer with such digestive tract irritations as ulcers, colitis and a condition commonly known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Dr. Jeremiah Herlihy, Ph.D., a University of San Antonio researcher, was surprise at the results observed in a 1997 study to evaluate the negative effects of daily drinking aloe gel. The animals used in the study that received daily intakes of aloe showed a remarkable reduction in heart disease, leukemia and kidney disease. Dr. Herlihy commented, “We found no indication of harm done to the rats even at high level.” In fact, the aloe-drinking animals actually lived 25 percent longer than those in the control group (IASC Conference, Texas, 1997).

Ancient records dating back thousands of years document the use of Aloe Vera as a beauty enhancer by Egyptian Queens Cleopatra and Nefertiti. Alexander the Great used the plant to treat soldiers wounded in battle, in fact, he was supposedly persuaded in 333 BC by his mentor, Aristotle, to capture the Island of Socotra in the Indian Ocean for its famed aloe supplies. It’s easy to see why Aloe Vera is referred to as “The Medicine Plant.” It is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory, analgesic and age retardant agent, as well as a stimulant to the immune system. Studies have confirmed that Aloe Vera is able to speed up cell growth and has the natural ability to moisturize by carrying added emollients up to seven layers deep into the skin. It also accelerates healing and minimizes scarring that results from wounds.

“My research of the medicinal benefits of Aloe Vera has lead me to conclude that it is the one health and beauty product that should be found in all homes,” said Comer. He added, “Many remedies that our grandparents used were based more on superstition rather than fact, but grandma’s ancient Aloe Vera remedy had powerful healing attributes that even she didn’t realize.”

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February 28, 2022

Nena Jukes Appointed Main Course Tutor at the Central London College of Reflexology ( CLCR )

Nena Jukes DPodM MAR has been elevated to the position of Main Course Tutor at the Central London College of Reflexology ( CLCR )

(PRWEB) February 28, 2022 -- It has been confirmed that Nena Jukes DPodM MAR has been elevated to the position of Main Course Tutor at the Central London College of Reflexology ( CLCR ) This follows comprehensive appraisal by the Association of Reflexologists (UK) and takes immediate effect. Nena is a trained Podiatrist in Suffolk and graduated in 1985 from the London School of Podiatric Medicine.

Nena worked as a Clinical Tutor at Sussex School of Podiatry from 1986-1989 and then completed her Reflexology Training at CLCR in 1996 whilst working as a Podiatrist within the NHS and private sector. Nena now has a Private Reflexology Clinic and also runs Reflexology Courses in Eye (A Village in Suffolk), and also lectures Physicians and Surgeons on wound management in diabetes.

About Central London College of Reflexology (CLCR):
London College of Reflexology ( CLCR )is one of the longest established Reflexology Schools in the United Kingdom , with a Solid International Base.

LCR was established in early 1989 to effectively train and mentor Independent Practitioners of Reflexology to the Highest Professional Standards. Our Core Curriculum currently meets (and possibly exceeds) the Foundation Requirements set out by the House of Lords Report (2000) on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), and the Reflexology Forum.

This will ensure that all CLCR Graduates will be appropriately qualified to take full advantage of New Career Opportunities which are swiftly becoming available to Reflexologists all over the globe ,as the World moves towards a more Integrated Approach to Healthcare Delivery. We have consistently gained a highly unique reputation for providing one of the World's most Comprehensive, Ethical, Professional, Informative and Cost-Effective Reflexology Courses available.

Our 'Tailored' Government-Approved (ABC) Diploma Courses in Reflexology are held over nine months and on graduation LCR Practitioners in Reflexology will be eligible to join the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), becoming entitled to use the letters MAR after their names.

Additionally,Central London College of Reflexology( CLCR ) is currently the only Accredited Training Institution by the Faculty of Refloxology (FoR) ; an International Caucus of Seasoned Consultants in Advanced Reflexology. In most European Countries and International States which reciprocally recognise British Qualifications, most CLCR graduates should not have difficulty integrating seamlessly into their own Local Healthcare Systems.

CLCR Graduates will also (subject to satisfactory conditions) be ethically listed on an International Referral Database, which is continuously updated and made freely available globally to the Medical Profession , Qualified Healthcare Practitioners and other members of the public who may wish to seek the services of Qualified Reflexologists.

CLCR has formidably and flawlessly laid the Selfless Foundations for many other Independent Reflexology Schools to freely model and emulate.

CLCR is fully committed to finding gainful employment for Successful Graduates in various organizations like Health Clubs, Hotels, Holiday Resorts, Health Farms, Spas, Hospitals, Hospices, Clinics, Elderly Care Homes, Day Centres, Private Health Establishments, Beauty Parlours and many other Institutions.

CLCR is conveniently situated in the heart of Covent Garden in London’s West End and located close to Charing Cross, Leicester Square and Covent Garden Underground Tube Stations.

Understanding Reflexology:
The healing art of Reflexology has been practiced for many thousands of years. One of the earliest recordings of this therapy is a painting within the tomb of the physician in ancient Egypt dated 2300BC and illustrated Reflexology treatments being performed on the feet and hands. When Native Americans practiced a form of Reflexology they believed that energy is exchanged from the earth through the feet and considered how important it is that there are no blockages in the feet to stop this flow of energy.

Contact us at www.reflexologyschool.co.uk for a prospectus.

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January 28, 2022

CLSR Head Massage Day - Saturday 9th April 2005

Central London School of Reflexology (CLSR), Britains Top Reflexology College, will be holding it's next 'Head Massage Day' on Saturday the 9th of April 2005

(PRWEB) January 5, 2022 -- Central London School of Reflexology (CLSR), Britains Top Reflexology College , will be holding it's next 'Head Massage Day' on Saturday the 9th of April 2005 at it's Covent Garden Premises in London.

Head massage is a very useful skill to have and has many benefits including improved circulation to the Brain , together with soothing stimulation of the nerves in the Head and neck. It is also an exceedingly useful Therapeutic Intervention in those with a history of Migraines and Cluster Headaches ; and can safely be administered (after suitable Training) to one's partner or loved one. The CLSR course also covers ‘Cross Reflexes’ and many other interesting phenomena.

CLSR has a maximum of 16 seats in this class, so please kindly book early as there are only a few places left. The Course Fee is £125 (US$240 or €180)inclusive of Lunch and an Official CLSR Certificate. The next CLSR 'Head Massage Day' takes place on July the 1st 2005. Please kindly visit www.ReflexologySchool.co.uk for more details concerning this and future courses.

About Central London School of Reflexology (CLSR):
Central London School of Reflexology (CLSR) is one of the longest established Reflexology Schools in the United Kingdom , with a Solid International Base.

CLSR was established in early 1989 to effectively train and mentor Independent Practitioners of Reflexology to the Highest Professional Standards. Our Core Curriculum currently meets (and possibly exceeds) the Foundation Requirements set out by the House of Lords Report (2000) on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), and the Reflexology Forum.

This will ensure that all CLSR Graduates will be appropriately qualified to take full advantage of New Career Opportunities which are swiftly becoming available to Reflexologists all over the globe ,as the World moves towards a more Integrated Approach to Healthcare Delivery. We have consistently gained a highly unique reputation for providing one of the World's most Comprehensive, Ethical, Professional, Informative and Cost-Effective Reflexology Courses available.

Our 'Tailored' Government-Approved (ABC) Diploma Courses in Reflexology are held over nine months and on graduation CLSR Practitioners in Reflexology will be eligible to join the Association of Reflexologists (AoR), becoming entitled to use the letters MAR after their names.

Additionally, Central London School of Reflexology is currently the only Accredited Training Institution by the Faculty of Refloxology (FoR) ; an International Caucus of Seasoned Consultants in Advanced Reflexology. In most European Countries and International States which reciprocally recognise British Qualifications, most CLSR graduates should not have difficulty integrating seamlessly into their own Local Healthcare Systems.

CLSR Graduates will also (subject to satisfactory conditions) be ethically listed on an International Referral Database, which is continuously updated and made freely available globally to the Medical Profession , Qualified Healthcare Practitioners and other members of the public who may wish to seek the services of Qualified Reflexologists.

CLSR has formidably and flawlessly laid the Selfless Foundations for many other Independent Reflexology Schools to freely model and emulate.

CLSR is fully committed to finding gainful employment for Successful Graduates in various organizations like Health Clubs, Hotels, Holiday Resorts, Health Farms, Spas, Hospitals, Hospices, Clinics, Elderly Care Homes, Day Centres, Private Health Establishments, Beauty Parlours and many other Institutions.

CLSR is conveniently situated in the heart of Covent Garden in London’s West End and located close to Charing Cross, Leicester Square and Covent Garden Underground Tube Stations.

Understanding Reflexology:
The healing art of Reflexology has been practiced for many thousands of years. One of the earliest recordings of this therapy is a painting within the tomb of the physician in ancient Egypt dated 2300BC and illustrated Reflexology treatments being performed on the feet and hands. When Native Americans practiced a form of Reflexology they believed that energy is exchanged from the earth through the feet and considered how important it is that there are no blockages in the feet to stop this flow of energy.

Contact us at www.reflexologyschool.co.uk for a prospectus.

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