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acids, commonly found in plants and marine life, offer consumers several health
benefits such as lowering the risk of heart attacks, improving cognitive function
and lowering the risk of excessive clotting just to name a few. Dietary fats
were once thought of as unhealthy and to be avoided. Modern research has showed
are more nuanced, and some fats, such as the omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs) docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and alpha linolenic acid (ALA) are beneficial to human health by reducing inflammation and increasing heart and brain health. Fats can also help boost flavor and mouthfeel of functional foods and beverages.
Rice Bran Oil has been proved to be the only edible vegetable oil with the fatty acid profile that is closest to the recommendations made by organizations like the WHO and the American Heart Association.A further noteworthy recommendation is that the intake of polyunsaturated fat should be accompanied by vitamin E, vitamin C or carotene consumption to help prevent lipid peroxidation.
Vitamin E Foods rich in vitamin E such as wheat germ oil, dried wheat germ, dried apricots, hazelnuts, almonds, parsley leaves, avocado, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, spinach and bell pepper.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with several forms, but alpha-tocopherol is the only one used by the human body.
Its main role is to act as an antioxidant, scavenging loose electrons—so-called “free radicals”—that can damage cells.  It also enhances immune function and prevents clots from forming in heart arteries. Antioxidant vitamins, including vitamin E, came to public attention in the 1980s when scientists began to understand that free radical damage was involved in the early stages of artery-clogging atherosclerosis, and might also contribute to cancer, vision loss, and a host of other chronic conditions. Vitamin E has the ability to protect cells from free radical damage as well as stop the production of free radical cells entirely. However, conflicting study results have dimmed some of the promise of using high dose vitamin E to prevent chronic diseases. Read aboutThai Momordica cochinchinensis super-fruit aka: Fak Khaao
|Formulators of cosmetic products have long known that unsaturated oils provide a silky emolliency which quickly penatrates deep into the skin leaving a non-greasy after feel. Rice Bran oil elegantly demonstrates this attribute. Unsaturated fatty acids are very important for the respiration of cells. Current research suggests that a lack of unsaturated fatty acids may increase the risk of chronic diseases. Essential fatty acids such as Linoleic and Linolenic acids are precursors of prostagladins, which are essential substances in the body as they are vital internal regulators for the body. Other important compounds found in Rice Bran are campesterol, sitosterol, stigmasterol, and oryzanol, which are necessary for blood circulation to maintain optimum health. As with all organic grains store in a cool dark place in a sealed container or refrigerate to extend freshness and prevent rice weevil, (sitophilus oryzae). Siam Natural organic products are not fumigated or sprayed with pesticides or chemical compounds, rather heat treated @120° for seven days.|
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Rice Bran Oil soft-gels come from premium grade Jasmine rice from north Thailand. Thai's have been using the brown outer layer of the rice kernel, known as the rice bran for generations. Pure cold pressed organic Jasmine Rice Bran Oil is light green in color - This is the same oil used in the vitamin nutriment grade 550 mg hard-gel capsules. It is the best of the best and makes a world of difference compared to those other oils that have been heat and/or chemical processed. They may be OK for cooking but none are of super high nutriment grade.
Thai organic Jasmine Rice bran oil is loaded in rich nutriments, makes an effective exfoliant, and contains natural phytic acid, a B-complex* vitamin that can help improve blood circulation, treat Candidiasis, a type of yeast infection that results from vitamin B deficiency & stimulate cell turnover when used topically. Omega-3 and Omega-6, also help with eczema and psoriasis conditions.
The American Heart Association now recommends use of oils having an equal proportion of saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. The world Health Organisation (WHO) recommends ratio of saturated/monounsaturated/ polyunsaturated fatty acids as 1:1.5:1 and linoleic acid (omega 6)/alpha linolenic acid (omega 3) ratio of 5-10 in the diet.
Japans Ministry of Health and Welfare suggests fatty acid ratio of saturated/monounsaturated/polyunsaturated fatty acids as 1:1.5:1 and 4:1 ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids. Rice Bran composition 18 45 37 ( SFA - Saturated fatty acid, MUFA - Monounsaturared fatty acid, PUFA - Polyunsaturated fatty acid)
Vitamin E is found in the
oily or fatty areas of plants, which it needs and uses as a protectant.
Palm oil (50% tocopherols : 50% tocotrienols), and,
Annatto (essentially tocopherol-free or contains only tocotrienols 100%).
A mix of both tocopherol forms of vitamin E (especially high gamma and alpha) and tocotrienols are beneficial to the human body. It is highly recommended to take a regimen of pure mixed tocopherols in the morning with your meal. All vitamin E isomers are lipid soluble supplements and are best taken with a meal, preferably dinner. Absorption is poor when these supplements are taken on an empty stomach.
A natural form of vitamin E called a-tocotrienol
can trigger production of a protein in the brain that clears toxins from nerve
cells, preventing those cells from dying after a stroke, new research shows.This
process is one of three mechanisms identified so far that this form of vitamin
E uses to protect brain cells after a stroke, meaning that this natural substance
might be more potent than drugs targeting single mechanisms for preventing stroke
damage, according to Ohio State University scientists who have studied the nutrient
for more than a decade. "Essentially what we are showing with mechanistic
explanation is that (alpha) tocotrienol protects
Source: Ohio State University, July 6th 2011
These researchers previously reported that the tocotrienol form of vitamin E protects the brain after a stroke by blocking an enzyme from releasing toxic fatty acids and inhibiting activity of a gene that can lead to neuron death. Vitamin E occurs naturally in eight different forms, and all of this work is focused on the tocotrienol form, also known as TCT. The commonly known form of vitamin E belongs to a variety called tocopherols. TCT is not abundant in the American diet but is available as a nutritional supplement. It is a common component of a typical Southeast Asian diet.
Molecular distillation occurs at lower temperatures and reduces the problem of thermal decomposition. High vacuum also eliminates oxidation that might occur in the presence of air.[*16] For the utility and quality it is desired for the absolute tocotrienol concentration to be highest, tocopherol to be the lowest, and the process used to be solvent-free.
Vitamin E, be it tocopherols or tocotrienols are extremely sensitive to heat,
so cold pressing of the fresh rice bran (hull) retains the highest form of
the natural nutriments.
More recently, rice bran has been discovered to contain the highest known concentration of tocotrienols, a form of vitamin E that could stop the spread of cancer cells, adding to previous studies and drawing attention to this least studied form of vitamin E.
The highly fibrous organic rice bran oryza sativa contains 20 percent organic oil and a higher percentage of protein than other grain varieties. Of the 7 percent proteins in rice, 0.14 is a globulin, 0.04 an albumin, and the remainder, a protein (oryzagenin) similar to the glutenin of wheat.
Decoction and poultices of rice bran are emollient. Rice germ oil, usually called rice bran oil, has many healthful attributes.
It has a good fatty-acid composition, but there are also some nonfat components in the rice bran oil receiving new attention.
The phytochemicals of note include 'tocopherols' and 'tocotrienols' (vitamin E and its relatives), and certain triterpene alcohols, most notably a compound named gamma oryzanol.
Gamma oryzanol is a mixture of substances derived from rice bran oil, including sterols and ferulic acid. It has been approved in Japan for several conditions, including menopausal symptoms, mild anxiety, stomach upset, and high cholesterol.
In the U.S., it is widely used as a sports supplement as well as for reducing cholesterol. Rice bran oil is the principal source of gamma oryzanol, but it is also found in lesser amounts in the bran of wheat and other grains, as well as various fruits, vegetables, and herbs. However, to get enough gamma oryzanol to reach typical therapeutic dosages, it was previously recommended that you take B12 supplements. A typical dosage of gamma oryzanol is 500 mg daily. (massgeneral.org/)
Jasmine Rice bran oil is cold pressed & cold filtered from
fresh premium grade organic Jasmine rice hull from Thailand.
Vitamin E-complex works as a complexion moisterizing agent, fades wrinkles, removes spots, and heals blemishes.
Gamma Oryzanols 26094 ppm
Natural Vitamin E Tocopherol 64.4 ppm
alpha tocotrienol 236 ppm gamma tocotrienol 349 ppm total: tocotrienol TRF 549 ppm
Siam Natural pure cold pressed rice bran oil is an excellent herbal skin & health care supplement with its high content of;
Natural Gamma Oryzanol, Tocopherol, & Tocotrianol TRF
Omega 6 Omega 3 ideally balanced 4:1
View comparison chart - Rice bran oil has a healthy fatty acid profile according to Roberta Larson, author of "The American Dietetic Association,
Complete Food & Nutrition Guide," rice bran oil contains four times the amount of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids than other vegetable oils.
Omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids prevent the premature aging of skin and hair. Nozzle-sprayer included for external use
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Internal use: For menopausal symptoms, mild anxiety, weight loss, upset stomach, and high cholesterol. 1-2 (550 ) mg capsules per dayExternal:Our cold pressed Jasmine Rice Bran Germ Oil is a superb emollient deep penetrating skin nutriment.
Jasmine Rice Bran Germ Oil for
A mix of vitamin E, Omega-6, Omega-3, B complex & essential fatty acids with Siam Natural Fak Khao (Gac Fruit) powder with Vitamin C, vitamin E, and ProVitamin A [beta carotene] help reduce candida inflammation and and keep your immune system strong. Candidiasis is an infection caused by a yeast-like fungus called Candida albicans. It can infect the mouth, vagina, skin, stomach, and urinary tract.
About 75% of women will get a vaginal yeast infection during their lifetime.
Other vitamin E studies reveal a positive twist from Breaking News on Supplements & Nutrition in Europe
"Tocotrienols may stop the spread of cancer cells"
By Stephen Daniells (http://www.nutraingredients.com/news/ng.asp?id=66451)
[03/16/2006] - Tocotrienols, a form of vitamin E, could stop the spread of cancer cells, adding to previous studies and drawing attention to this least studied form of the vitamin. There are eight forms of vitamin E: four tocopherols (alpha, beta, gamma, delta) and four tocotrienols (alpha, beta, gamma, delta). Alpha-tocopherol (alpha-Toc) is the main source found in supplements and in the European diet, while gamma-tocopherol (gamma-Toc) is the most common form in the American diet. Tocotrienols are only minor components in plants, although several sources with relatively high levels include palm oil, cereal grains and rice bran. While the majority of research on vitamin E has focused on alpha-Toc (tocopherols) , studies into tocotrienols account for less than one per cent of all research into the vitamin.
In an in vitro study, published in Biochemical
and Biophysical Research Communications (Vol. 339, pp. 949-955), Japanese researchers
studied the effects of all eight forms of vitamin E on the inhibition of mammalian DNA polymerase, the enzyme that assists DNA replication. "The four tocopherols did not influence the activities of mammalian polymerases at all. On the other hand, the alpha- and delta-tocotrienols inhibited polymerase lambda activity," reported lead author Yoshiyuki Mizushina from the Kobe-Gakuin University.
The researchers reported that the inhibition of
the polymerase enzyme was dose-dependent, with a dose of 18.4 micromoles needed
achieve 50 per cent inhibition. The spread of cancer cells (cell proliferation) was also considered by the research team. Again, the alpha- and delta-tocotrienols inhibited the spread of cells, while the tocopherols had no effect.
The significance of these results, taken together,
is the indication that angiogenesis (the growth of new blood vessels) is inhibited
form of vitamin E. Also by stopping cell proliferation, the spread of the cancer to other parts of the body is hindered, a process called
metastasis. "These results led us to hypothesise that the inhibition of tumour growth by vitamin E in part by its polymerase lambda
inhibitory activity and antioangiogenic activity," said Mizushina. "Since angiogenesis is essential for tumour growth, its strong inhibition by
tocotrienols but not tocopherols could very well provide us with a safe dietary means to prevent a cancer from becoming metastatic" , said Leong.
The results of this study fit in with other claims
for the benefits of tocotrienols, reviewed in an on-line article in Life Sciences
(doi: 10.1016/j.lfs.2005.12.001) by Chandon Sen, Savita Khanna and Sashwati Roy from Ohio State University Medical Center which stated
in nature, eight substances have been found to have vitamin E activity: a-, ß-, g-, and d-tocopherol; and a-, ß-, g-- and d-tocotrienol.
Yet, of all papers on vitamin E listed in PubMed less than 1% relate to tocotrienols. The abundance of a-tocopherol in the human body
and the comparable efficiency of all vitamin E molecules as antioxidants, led biologists to (previously) neglect the non-tocopherol vitamin
E molecules as topics for basic and clinical research. Recent developments warrant a serious reconsideration of this conventional wisdom.
Tocotrienols possess powerful neuroprotective,
anti-cancer and cholesterol lowering properties that are often not exhibited
Current developments in vitamin E research clearly indicate that members of the vitamin E family are not redundant with respect to their
biological functions. a-Tocotrienol and d-tocotrienol have emerged as vitamin E molecules with functions in health and disease that are clearly distinct from that of a-tocopherol.
At nanomolar concentration, a-tocotrienol, not a-tocopherol, prevents neurodegeneration. On a concentration basis, this finding represents the most potent of all biological functions exhibited by any natural vitamin E molecule. An expanding body of evidence support that members of the vitamin E family are functionally unique.
* More and more research points to the B vitamin
folic acid as being equally or perhaps even more important in ensuring proper
DNA replication. It is not surprising that a folic acid deficiency has been
implicated in a wide variety of disorders from Alzheimer's disease to atherosclerosis,
heart attack, stroke, osteoporosis, cervical and colon cancer, depression, dementia,
cleft lip and palate, hearing loss, and of course, neural tube defects.
Folic acid (folinic acid, folacin, pteroylglutamic acid) is essential for the synthesis of adenine and thymine, two of the four nucleic acids that make up our genes, DNA and chromosomes. It is also required for the proper metabolism of the essential amino acid methionine that is found primarily in animal proteins. A folic acid deficiency has been clearly linked to an elevated level of homocysteine, a sulfur-containing amino acid. High homocysteine levels, in turn, have been linked to cardiovascular disease and a host of other undesirable conditions.
It is unfortunately estimated that 88 per cent of all North Americans suffer from a folic acid deficiency. Obviously, the standard diet does not supply what we need. This has led to the fortification of cereals and other foodstuffs to try to ensure a minimum daily intake of 0.4 mg/day. Although beans and green vegetables like spinach and kale are good sources of folic acid, relatively few people eat lots of vegetables and cooking destroys most of the folate anyway. Realizing the poor availability from the diet, many medical researchers now advocate daily supplementation with folic acid. Because folic acid needs the catalysts vitamins B12 and B6 to carry out its functions effectively it is usual to supplement with a combination of the three.Dosage recommendations for folic acid vary between 0.4 mg/day and 10 mg/day or more depending on the severity of the deficiency and the health problem to be overcome. The RDA for adults is now 0.4 mg/day and 0.6 mg/day for pregnant women. Recommendations for vitamin B12 generally range from 0.5 to 1.0 mg/day and for vitamin-B6 from 10 to 250 mg/day. Read more about Folic Acid
A study in the January 2005 issue of the
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition compared the cholesterol-lowering abilities
of rice bran oil
versus rice bran without the oil. The study used a diet in which a third of the fats were from rice bran oil. The control group used other
fats with a similar fatty acid composition. After 10 weeks, the rice bran oil group experienced a 7 percent decrease in LDL cholesterol
(the one you want to lower).
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