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The Willner Window Product Reference Catalog, Autumn, 2013
since 1911
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the nutritional supplement professionals
ly or indirectly related to oxidative (free-radical) damage. While vita-
mins and minerals (vitamin C, vitamin E and selenium, for example)
are antioxidants, it is now recognized that phytoantioxidants, rich in
a broad spectrum of flavonoids, polyphenols, anthocyanidins, etc are
the most powerful.
Phyto-Tech? Antiox Phyto Blend contains the following: Acai
Berry 4:1, Mangosteen Extract, Goji Berry Extract, Pomegranate
40%, Glycerin Vegetable, Water Pure Deionized, Raspberry Flavor
Natural.
References: Acai Berry (Euterpe oleraceae) is the fruit of a palm
tree native to South America. The pulp and skin of acai are rich in
anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, and other fatty acids. Studies have
shown that acai has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and apoptic (pro-
grammed cell death). effects A study published in the Journal of
Agricultural and Food Chemistry, showed extracts of Acai berries trig-
gered apostisis in up to 86 percent of leukemia cells tested.
Mangosteen (Garcinia magostana) is a plant native to Southeast
Asia. Studies reveal that xanthones from the fruit hulls of mangos-
teen have antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, and anti?inflammato-
ry properties. In one study mangosteen’s xanthones significantly
inhibited the growth of leukemia cells. One xanthone in particular,
alpha?mangostin, showed complete inhibition of leukemia cells
through the induction of apoptosis (programmed cell death). Other
studies indicate xanthones from mangosteen inhibit the activities of
COX?1 and COX?2 enzymes, prevent oxidative damage of LDL cho-
lesterol, have cytotoxic effects on liver cancer cells, and are antipro-
liferative, antioxidative, and apoptic against breast cancer cells.
Goji Berry (Lycium barbarum) polysaccharides exhibit anti-tumor,
immune enhancing and liver-protective properties. Studies suggest
that Goji polysacharides have positive effects when used with con-
ventional cancer treatments. A 1994 study done in China on
patients with a variety of cancers revealed that patients who were
given Goji Berry polysaccharides along with their conventional can-
cer treatment had a 40.9 percent response rate to the treatment,
while patients who received conventional treatment without the Goji
Berry supplement had only a 16.1 percent response rate.
Additionally the Goji Berry supplemented patients experienced
longer remissions and had a significant increase in natural killer cell
activity. Goji berries contain high levels of Zeaxanthin, a carotenoid
necessary for healthy vision that is present in high amounts in the
macula of the human eye. The Zeaxanthin in Goji berries is a natu-
rally esterifed zeaxanthin which has been proven to cause a higher
increase in plasma levels than the non-esterified form contained in
many supplements. Researchers have concluded that Goji is one of
the best antioxidants to promote healthy aging.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) contains thousands of phytochem-
icals including anthocyananins, ellagic acid derivatives, catechins and
procyandins, flavonols, fatty acids and sterols. Human studies show
that pomegranate polyphenols and their metabolites offer protection
against various diseases. Pomegranate increases nitric oxide produc-
tion in the endothelial cells of the vascular system protecting against
cardiovascular disease. Studies show consumption of the juice bene-
fits patients with carotid artery stenosis, those with hypertension, and
those with coronary heart disease. Pomegranate has been heavily
studied in the treatment of prostate cancer. In one study when men
with aggressive prostate cancer were given pomegranate juice daily
after treatment by surgery or radiation, there was over a four-fold
prolonged delay in prostate specific antigen (PSA) doubling time,
and the rate of PSA rise was reduced by 50% over the course of just
one year. Numerous other studies demonstrate pomegranate inhibits
inflammation, slows cartilage loss in arthritis, improves sperm health,
and increases the overall antioxidant capacity of the blood.
1 fl oz - Prod Code: 57551
Antiox Phyto Complex
Antiox Phyto Complex
Some of the most powerful, broad-spectrum antioxidants are
those found in plants. This supplement contains a blend of
several of the most potent plant-derived phyto-antioxidants
available, in a liquid filled, professional strength veggi cap.
Who would benefit from this supplement? Anyone needing
antioxidant protection as well as those looking for enhanced immu-
nity, those with cardiovascular problems, stress, and concerns about
environmental pollution. It is also an essential component of any
“anti-aging” supplement regimen.
Phyto-Tech? Antiox Phyto Complex contains the following: Acai
Berry Concentrate, Mangosteen Extract, Goji Berry, Pomegranate,
Green Tea Extract, Grape Skin Extract, Grape Seed Extract. Each 250
mg capsule contains the equivalent of 2,900 mg of raw herb.
Description: Phyto-Tech Antiox Phyto Complex is a blend of pow-
erful plant-derived (phyto) antioxidants. Most health problems are
either directly or indirectly related to oxidative (free-radical) damage.
While vitamins and minerals (vitamin C, vitamin E and selenium, for
example) are antioxidants, it is now recognized that phytoantioxi-
dants, rich in a broad spectrum of flavonoids, polyphenols, antho-
cyanidins, etc are the most powerful.
Indications: Who might benefit from this herbal supplement?
Those who desire protection against everyday toxins--dietary, envi-
ronmental and chemical. Those with current health problems, those
under high amounts of stress, smokers or those exposed to second-
hand smoke, and anyone who lives Phyto-Tech? Antiox Phyto
Complex is a blend of powerful plant-derived (phyto) antioxidants.
Most health problems are either directly or indirectly related to
oxidative (free-radical) damage. While vitamins and minerals (vita-
min C, vitamin E and selenium, for example) are antioxidants, it is
now recognized that phytoantioxidants, rich in a broad spectrum of
flavonoids, polyphenols, anthocyanidins, etc are the most
powerful.or is exposed to a toxic lifestyle. Those who are at risk to
the various degenerative diseases associated with aging, including
cancer, cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s
disease, immune dysfunction, cataracts, and macular degeneration.
Those who want to live a longer, healthier life.
Ingredients: Acai Berry 4:1, Mangosteen Extract, Goji Berry
Extract, Pomegranate 40%, Green Tea Extract, Grape Skin Extract,
Grape Seed Extract, Olive Oil EV Cold Press, Cellulose Mod
Vegetable, Beeswax, Tocopherols Mixed, Chlorophyll
Cautions: Pregnancy, Nursing
Dosage: Take one liquid filled veggie capsule once or twice a day.
References: Acai Berry (Euterpe oleraceae) is the fruit of a palm
tree native to South America. The pulp and skin of acai are rich in
anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, and other fatty acids. Studies have
shown that acai has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and apoptic (pro-
grammed cell death). effects A study published in the Journal of
Agricultural and Food Chemistry, showed extracts of Acai berries trig-
gered apostisis in up to 86 percent of leukemia cells tested.
Mangosteen (Garcinia magostana) is a plant native to Southeast
Asia. Studies reveal that xanthones from the fruit hulls of mangos-
teen have antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, and anti?inflammato-
ry properties. In one study mangosteen’s xanthones significantly
inhibited the growth of leukemia cells. One xanthone in particular,
alpha?mangostin, showed complete inhibition of leukemia cells
through the induction of apoptosis (programmed cell death). Other
studies indicate xanthones from mangosteen inhibit the activities of
COX?1 and COX?2 enzymes, prevent oxidative damage of LDL cho-
lesterol, have cytotoxic effects on liver cancer cells, and are antipro-
liferative, antioxidative, and apoptic against breast cancer cells.
Goji Berry (Lycium barbarum) polysaccharides exhibit anti-tumor,
immune enhancing and liver-protective properties. Studies suggest
that Goji polysacharides have positive effects when used with con-
ventional cancer treatments. A 1994 study done in China on
patients with a variety of cancers revealed that patients who were
given Goji Berry polysaccharides along with their conventional can-
cer treatment had a 40.9 percent response rate to the treatment,
while patients who received conventional treatment without the Goji
Berry supplement had only a 16.1 percent response rate.
Additionally the Goji Berry supplemented patients experienced
longer remissions and had a significant increase in natural killer cell
activity. Goji berries contain high levels of Zeaxanthin, a carotenoid
necessary for healthy vision that is present in high amounts in the
macula of the human eye. The Zeaxanthin in Goji berries is a natu-
rally esterifed zeaxanthin which has been proven to cause a higher
increase in plasma levels than the non-esterified form contained in
many supplements. Researchers have concluded that Goji is one of
the best antioxidants to promote healthy aging.
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) contains thousands of phytochem-
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Important Notice: The information given here is designed to help you make informed decisions about your health, and the proper use of dietary supplements. It is
not intended as a substitute for medical advice, nor a substitute for any treatment that may have been prescribed by your doctor. If you have a medical problem, you
should seek medical help. Products described herein are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or mitigate disease.
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OQOQO
How a SELECTed Bad Study
Became Big News
by Dr. Michael Murray
Introduction
On July 10, 2013, major media headlines
and news stories claimed "Too Much Fish Oil
Might Boost Prostate Cancer Risk." Wow, that
sure seems fishy given all of the positive
health benefits linked to fish oil intake. In
examining the study, there are numerous
issues that clearly indicate that perhaps the
conclusion is wrong, but really a study's con-
clusion is only as good as the study itself.
Data Used was From the SELECT Study
The pedigree of the study source is impres-
sive. It was published in the Journal of the
National Cancer Institute and was conducted
by researchers from the Fred Hutchinson
Cancer Center in Seattle, WA.1 Yet, the data
they used is from the much maligned
Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention
Trial (SELECT). That is the real problem.
The SELECT study was a very large clinical
study that attempted to determine whether
vitamin E could prevent prostate cancer.
Previous studies had shown 50 IU of vitamin
E was protective against prostate cancer, but
the SELECT study chose to use 400 IU of
synthetic vitamin E (dl-alpha-tocopherol) at a
dosage of 400 IU. Results showed that the
subjects taking vitamin E alone had a 17%
higher risk of prostate cancer compared to
the control group.
In the new analysis, researchers measured
the levels of fats in the blood (plasma phos-
pholipids) and concluded that men with the
highest concentrations of EPA, DPA and
DHA-three fatty acids derived from fish and
fish-oil supplements-had an increased risk of
prostate cancer. Specifically, they reported a
71 percent increased risk of high-grade
prostate cancer; a 44 percent increase in the
risk of low-grade prostate cancer and an
overall 43 percent increase in risk for total
prostate cancer in a subset of patients with
the highest level of these omega-3 fatty acids.
Important considerations of this data are
the following:
- This study is not consistent with other
studies (discussed below)
- The study did NOT include information
or documentation of fish or fish oil intake in
Product Reference Guide: Willner Chemists Phyto-Tech? Herbal Supplements
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Willner Chemists Phyto-Tech? Herbal
Supplements
ESSENTIAL OILS
ESSENTIAL OILS
100% Pure - Sustainably Harvested - Quality Tested - GMP
100% Pure - Sustainably Harvested - Quality Tested - GMP
Certified Facility – Kosher Certified
Certified Facility – Kosher Certified
Cedarwood (Himalayan) ~ 1 fl oz, # 63003
Cinnamon Leaf ~ 1 fl oz, #62679
Clove ~ 1 fl oz, #63004
Eucalyptus ~ 1 fl oz, #62680
Eucalyptus ~ 4 fl oz, #62681
Grapefruit (Pink) ~ 1 fl oz, #62710
Lavender (French) ~ 1 fl oz, #63005
Lavender (French) ~ 4 fl oz, #62787
Lavender (Bulgarian) ~ 1 fl oz, #62815
Lemon ~ 1 fl oz, #63006
Orange (Sweet) ~ 1 fl oz, #62820
Oregano ~ 1 fl oz, #62821
Patchouli ~ 1 fl oz, #62822
Peppermint ~ 1 fl oz, #62884
Peppermint ~ 4 fl oz, #63007
Rosemary ~ 1 fl oz, #63008
Tea Tree (Australian) ~ 1 fl oz, #63009
Tea Tree (Australian) ~ 4 fl oz, #63010
Ylang Ylang ~ 1 fl oz, #63011
To see a current price listing, go to www.emailbliss.com. Using the “By
Manufacturer” pull down menu, (upper left) select “Willner
Essential Oil.”
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