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Herbal Inflammation Management for Whole Body Health

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By New Chapter • • July 8, 2011

Herbal Inflammation Management for Whole Body Health

Many people think that only joints are affected by inflammation. The truth is the body’s natural inflammatory response affects everyone and every major organ system, and plays a crucial role in the aging process. 

Given the link between a healthy inflammation response and whole body health - a source of extensive and ongoing research - a supplement strategy geared to promoting a healthy inflammation response is as fundamental as a daily multivitamin.*

Hence the benefits of the highly-researched bioactive herbal extracts in Zyflamend®.

Multiple Synergistic Components,
Whole Body Benefits

Health experts agree that a daily multivitamin containing the full spectrum of required vitamins and minerals provides an important “insurance policy” against nutrient deficiencies and the metabolic imbalances associated with them.

And extensive research conducted within the last two decades has indicated that phytochemicals present in herbs and spices can safely and effectively promote a healthy inflammation response.*

So combining an herbal protocol with a multivitamin offers the optimal broad-spectrum approach to nutritional and natural inflammation support.*

Research at leading medical institutions, including human clinical trials, has demonstrated this unique herbal formulation’s ability to promote a safe, natural and healthy response to inflammation.*

Zyflamend contains combinations of herbs used traditionally to promote a healthy inflammation response.*

These 10 herbs - most of which have been part of human diets for thousands of years – contain hundreds of bioactive constituents and are uniquely extracted to deliver the full spectrum of naturally occurring inflammation support. They are:

Holy Basil:
(Ocimum sanctum) Contains ursolic acid, which significantly enhances detoxification and helps support the inflammation response.*

Unique curcumin phytonutrient complex, naturally works synergistically with green tea, significantly multiplying the healthy response to inflammation supported by green tea polyphenols.*

Supercritical extract offers numerous anti-aging constituents.*

Green Tea:
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences report green tea polyphenols contains 51 phytonutrients that support a healthy inflammatory response.*

Dual extracts offer highly concentrated, full spectrum detoxification.*

Hu Zhang:
(Polygonum cuspidatum) Richest known resveratrol source, shown scientifically to support a healthy inflammation response.*

Chinese Goldthread and Barberry:
Unique berberine phytonutrient complex, naturally supports the inflammation response system.*

Source of large number of compounds (31) that promote a healthy inflammatory response, according to USDA database.*

Unique baicalin phytonutrient complex, naturally supports healthy inflammatory responses.*

Zyflamend for Healthy Aging

“It has been said that the day that one stops fighting inflammation is the day that you start accelerating the aging process.”

Aging is not the simple result of the passage of time. According to a provocative new view, it is actually something our own bodies create, a side effect of the essential inflammatory system.

While there is no “cure” for the natural process of aging, the conscious and active control of low-level “silent” inflammation is now believed to have the potential to slow down the natural aging process.

Because inflammation is a multi-faceted human process, it is important that we respond to it through a combination of daily “down-regulating” actions… utilizing aspects of our daily diet, regular exercise, and natural bioactives shown to contain inflammation sensitive properties.

Zyflamend for Joint Health

Modulation of the inflammatory process is an important and useful strategy for maintaining healthy joint function.*

A healthy inflammatory response may also contribute to a control of adverse bone changes that can cause discomfort and compromise the integrity of the joint.

When the inflammatory response is out of balance, joint health may be complicated, in most cases, with bone and soft tissue breakdown of the joint.

Glucosamine is used by the body to form and repair cartilage that cushions and protects the body’s joints. A comprehensive approach to joint health demands the presence of building blocks for new cartilage (glucosamine) plus a healthy inflammation response.*

Zyflamend for Heart Health

Recent research suggests that the key factor in predicting heart health is gauging the amount of inflammation in the arteries. C-reactive protein is a blood marker used to assess inflammation and heart health.

Early data from a human clinical trial conducted at Columbia University suggests that daily supplementation with Zyflamend promotes healthy levels of C-reactive protein.

In data presented at the 2008 meeting for the Society for Integrative Oncology, researchers reported the following analysis of data from a Zyflamend human clinical trial: “A statistically significant reduction in serum C-reactive protein was…observed after 18 months.”

Maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system is strongly linked to a healthy inflammation response – Zyflamend is the first choice for promoting heart health.*

Part of a Comprehensive Bone Health Protocol

Emerging evidence suggests that inflammation exerts a significant effect on bone metabolism by stimulating production of RANKL (Receptor Activator for Nuclear Factor Kappa-B Ligand), a molecule which activates osteoclasts, the cells responsible for the breakdown of bone.

An ideal bone health protocol would pair the necessary building blocks for bone remodeling – bioavailable whole-food calcium, magnesium, trace minerals, vitamins D3 and K2 (MK-7) – with a formula that promotes a healthy and natural inflammation response.*

Accordingly, Zyflamend, the herbal multi, coupled with Bone Strength Take Care®, a whole food source of these key bone building nutrients, provides a comprehensive approach to total bone health. 

Zyflamend: Extensively Researched, Compelling Results

In summary, New Chapter's unique patented herbal formula, Zyflamend, represents a scientific breakthrough in the maintenance of a healthy inflammation response.* Recent research studies suggest that daily Zyflamend supplementation may be an effective strategy to modulate inflammation and promote healthy joint and prostate function, normal cell growth, and healthy heart function.*

And Zyflamend continues to be the subject of ongoing research at preeminent research centers in the United States.


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any condition, illness, or disease. It is very important that you make no change in your healthcare plan or health support regimen without researching and discussing it in collaboration with your professional healthcare team.

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