Oxy-Q's unique complex is a combination of the bioflavonoids Curcumin and Quercetin, powerful natural antioxidants with documented anti-inflammatory effects. This unique, clinically tested blend of Curcumin, found in turmeric, and Quercetin, found in onions and green tea can only be found in Oxy-Q.*
My brother-in-law died of colon cancer three years ago. My wife became extremely worried and wanted me to take all necessary precautions. A few small polyps were detected from my colonoscopy about a year and a half ago. My doctor recommended taking Oxy-Q as a preventive measure, along with changing my diet. Last month, I went in for another colonoscopy and I was happy to hear that no polyps were found.
Thank you Oxy-Q! James R.
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In a pilot clinical trial, Oxy-Q was tested on five patients, three men and two women ranging in age from 22 to 54, with a genetic form of precancerous lesions in the bowel (familial adenomatous polyposis or FAP) over a period of six months. The average number of colon polyps reduced was 60.4 percent and average size diminished by 50.9 percent. Both the size and the number of polyps were reduced significantly. The existence of colon polyps may notably increase the possibility of acquiring colon cancer1.*
In another randomized, placebo controlled trial, Oxy-Q demonstrated improved renal function in a group of recent kidney transplant patients2. Other studies suggest that a diet high in bioflavonoids can be linked to "implications for protection against coronary heart disease"3 and a "reduction of the increased capacity for signal transduction in human cancer cells."4,5. For the only all natural evidence-based nutraceutical for reducing and eliminating colon polyps and promoting overall colon health with scientifically proven additional benefits, look no further than Oxy-Q.*
1. Cruz-Correa M, Shoskes DA, Sanchez P, Zhao R, Hylind LM, Wexner SD, Giardiello FM: Combination Treatment With Curcumin and Quercetin of Adenomas in Familial Adenomatous Polyposis. Department of Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Weston, Florida USA; Department of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland USA
2. Shoskes DA.: Effect of bioflavonoids quercetin and curcumin on ischemic renal injury: a new class of renoprotective agents.
3. Knekt P., Jarvinen R., Reunanen A., Maatela J. : Flavonoid intake and coronary mortality in Finland: a cohort study. Bmj, 312: 478, 1996. 2. Pace-Asciak C. R., Hahn S., Diamandis E. P., Soleas G., Goldberg D. M.: The red wine phenolics trans-resveratrol and quercetin block human platelet aggregation and eicosanoid synthesis: implications for protection against coronary heart disease. Clin Chim Acta, 235: 207, 1995.
4. Singhal R. L., Yeh Y. A., Praja N., Olah E., Sledge G. W., Jr., Weber G. : Quercetin down-regulates signal transduction in human breast carcinoma cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 208: 425, 1995, 2. Lee S. C., Kuan C. Y., Yang C. C., Yang S. D. Bioflavonoids commonly and potently induce tyrosine dephosphorylation/inactivation of oncogenic proline-directed protein kinase FA in human prostate carcinoma cells. Anticancer Res, 18: 1117, 1998.
Ref: http://www.Medicalnewstoday.com; Article Date: 09 Aug 2006 - 0:00
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