Herbalzym

At last, ’sleeping beauty’ in the skin is successfully awakened by Recellzym™

July 8, 2016, Featured in Anti-aging and beauty inside, 0 Comments

The cells of our bodies are in constant flux. The outer layers of our skin are replaced every few weeks. The epidermis is made of several distinct cell layers. These tissues undergo continual rejuvenation through homeostasis, and, in addition, they must be primed to undergo wound repair in response to injury. Stem cells in the epidermis have a crucial role in maintaining tissue homeostasis by providing new cells to replace those that are constantly lost during tissue turnover or following injury. Stem  cells are the ‘master cells’ of the body, with the remarkable capacity to become many different cell types. In healthy  individuals, skin integrity is maintained by epidermal stem cells which self-renew and generate daughter cells that undergo terminal  differentiation. These stem cells lose the ability to regenerate as we age and allow the skin to become wrinkled and lose its …

Groundbreaking new topical treatment for Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)

June 4, 2016, Featured in Immunotherapy, 0 Comments

There are different types of eczema. The most common type is atopic dermatitis (AD). AD is a chronic, pruritic, inflammatory skin condition that is associated with immune dysregulation and epidermal barrier dysfunction. The most obvious symptoms of AD are intense itching, along with red, dry skin that is sometimes scaly. The severity can range from mild to severe. It usually starts in early childhood. Most cases first develop in children under the age of 5 years. It is unusual to develop AD for the first time after the age of 20. At the moment, about 1 in 5 schoolchildren have some degree of AD. However, statistics show that it is becoming more common year on year in developed countries. There is no cure but treatment can usually control or ease …

At last, a cure for baldness! Hairzym, a new topical hair loss product, works on stem cells

April 4, 2016, Featured in Bald Hair Growth Solutions, 0 Comments

Hair loss is mostly out of your control because baldness comes down to your genes. The experts say that 50 per cent of men have lost a significant amount of hair by the age of 50. Aging women have a similar problem. Their hair gets thin, although it’s not clear that this is necessarily caused by sex hormones. Losing hair is part of a normal cycle of growth and replacement. Hair follicles, the organs that create hair, go through the growth and resting cycle in a non synchronized fashion. But sometimes things go wrong. Hair follicles may become smaller due to the influence of androgenic hormones, and they may develop alopecia when they are destroyed by autoimmunity diseases …

The amazing healing powers of Flaxzym

September 14, 2015, Featured in Cancer and Natural Medicines, 0 Comments

Flax is a blue flowering crop grown on the Prairies of Canada for its oil-rich seeds. There are two types of flax seed, yellow (or golden) and brown, and their nutritional profiles are very similar and both contain the same number of short-chain omega-3 fatty acids. While brown flax seed is edible for humans, it is more typically used in animal feeds because of its tougher texture. Golden flax seed is widely considered to be the best variety for human consumption. Canadian golden flax seed is grown primarily in the clean prairie provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Alberta. Canadian golden flax seed is some of the finest worldwide. …

Modulation of β-catenin signaling by natural agents induces apoptotic cell death in many common cancers, including colon cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer. Part 2

November 5, 2013, Featured in Cancer and Natural Medicines, 0 Comments

FoxM1 (forkhead box protein M1) protein is a member of the Fox (forkhead box) family of transcription factors with known roles in regulating cell cycle progression. FOXM1 is a master regulator of cancer cell growth and is overexpressed in a majority of cancers, while its expression usually low in normal cells. Elevated FoxM1 expression is found in cancers of the liver, prostate, brain, breast, lung, colon, pancreas, skin, cervix, ovary, mouth, blood and nervous system. In addition, FoxM1 may drive tumor invasion, angiogenesis, and metastasis. For these reasons, FoxM1 is an attractive target for anticancer drugs such as doxorubicin, epirubicin and cisplatin.

FoxM1 is a downstream component of Wnt signaling and is critical for β-catenin transcriptional function in tumor cells. Wnt3a increases the level and nuclear translocation of FoxM1, which binds …

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