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Strokes and Glyconutrients

Glyconutrients have shown promising benefits in lowering cholesterol and reducing free-radical damage that contribute towards strokes. Glyconutrients can lower and stabilize blood pressure

significantly towards prevention of strokes.

Glyconutrients have immunomodulating effects i.e. they help to destroy viruses and bacteria that contribute to heart disease and strokes.

A stroke is a blockage of blood flow to the brain. There are two types of strokes:

1. Artery blockage causes 9 out of 10 of this type of stroke. Ischemic strokes result from thickening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) as well as blood clot formation in the arteries.

2. Hemorrhagic strokes occur from a ruptured vessel in the brain caused by high blood pressure or an aneurysm.

Mini strokes, which often go by unnoticed, may also occur. These may be responsible for subtle reductions in mental function. The nature of a stroke depends on where the stroke occurred and how much of the brain was involved.

Strokes are the third most common cause of death in the west. In the U.K. strokes are responsible for approximately 130 000 disability cases every year. Strokes can occur at any age. The potential for strokes may exist undetected in many of us for years. Even young children were found to have cholesterol deposited arteries but for men and women after the age of 55 the risk is high.

80% of strokes can be prevented, so even though you may have a genetic predisposition to strokes, becoming well informed and taking good care of yourself may prevent disability and or death.


  • Check your blood pressure regularly.
  • Don't smoke and reduce alcohol consumption.
  • Check you blood sugar levels. If you are a diabetic your chances of having a stroke increase. (see diabetes and glyconutrients)
  • Check your cholesterol levels. Too much bad cholesterol can clog your arteries preventing your brain from getting the blood it needs.
  • Check your triglyceride levels. Triglycerides are fats formed in your blood.
  • Maintain your weight.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Eat more fruit, vegetables and whole-grain food. If you cannot obtain organic veggies and fruit, supplement with good quality glyco nutreints. Leave out the junk food and saturated fats. People consuming three to four fruits and vegetables a day lowered their risk of strokes by 22%.

Doctors recommend anticoagulants such as warfarin (rat poison) and anitplatlet agents such as aspirin to thin the blood and lower blood pressure. These have side effects and may be interactive with other medications.

Glyconutrients can do exactly the same, but without the negative side effects. Cordyceps and Reishi contain Adenosine, a nucleotide that is a structural unit of our DNA. Adenosine has blood thinning benefits and can reduce blood clot formation.

Aloe and pectin glyconutrients also have blood thinning properties.

Please note that you can NOT BE ON Warfarin and glyconutrients unless monitored by your GP.
The beta-glucans in mushrooms like shitake will lower your cholesterol and reduce your triglyceride levels.

It is worth looking into glycomics when it comes to chronic disease and the radical medications recommended.
Rehabilitation does not reverse the effects of a stroke. Its goals are to build your strength, capability, and confidence so you can continue your daily activities despite the effects of your stroke. However, research has shown some significance regarding bone marrow stem cells and glyconutrients.

A quote from MIT Technology Review February 2003 issue says:
"Glycomics, the study and application of these vital sugars to be one of the Ten Emerging Technologies That WILL Change the World".

Stem Cells
Stem cells are produced in the bone marrow and travel throughout the body repairing damaged tissues. Doctors at an institute for Medical Research were perplexed by the numerous reports from around the world of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and stroke sufferers making remarkable recoveries. Diabetics were producing insulin again and transplant recipients no longer needed anti-rejection drugs. All were taking glyconutrients.

"When they measure the before and after stem cell counts in the blood, virtually none are detected prior to taking glyconutrients. Within a week of consuming glyconutrients, trillions of stem cells can be found!"
No other product, natural or artificial has ever been clinically proven to stimulate production of stem cells!
Why wait years for a possible breakthrough in "harvested" stem cells from embryos when glyconutrients work much better and are available today?"

"Life is change, and I adapt easily to the new. I accept life - past, present and future."
Louise Hay

1. Dr E Mondoa "Sugars that Heal"
2. Dr W Serfontein "New Nutrition"

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