Gold-G Sea Cucumber Jelly
Origin - Malaysia
The sea cucumber is an of the Holothuroidea, with an elongated body and leathery skin, which is found on the sea floor worldwide. It is so named because of its -like shape. Like all echinoderms, sea cucumbers have an just below the skin, but this can actually be absent in some species.BENEFITS
Lately, many scientists have regarded Gold G as a nutrient cocktail. For sometime now, with many research findings on the health benefits of Gold G, more consumers are beginning to take it as a food supplement / nutritional supplement. With a new focus on healthy eating, Gol G can also be seen as a functional food.
No matter which way we look at it, Gold G is important for the maintenance of good health. It is natural, coming from clean and unpolluted seabed rich in nutrients.
Supplementary food is essential to ensure that our intake of nutrients is adequate. Gold G can be considered a functional food due to a variety of nutrients and minerals it contained. Among the components of Gold G:
Sulphated mucopolysaccharides (mainly chondroitin sulphate). Chondroitin sulphate, which contains glucosaminoglycans (GAGs) has beneficial effects in the treatment of osteoarthritis, intestinal tract lining and is an important component of the basement membrane below the skin.
Glucosamine sulphate is also good for wound healing.
Chondroitin sulphate is a major constituent of cartilage, which provides structure, holds water and nutrients and allows other molecules to move through the cartilage - an important property, because there is no blood supplies to cartilage.
A study in University of Queensland on sea cucumber showed that it functioned as an anti- inflammatory and helped rebuild arthritic joints. Another study by Dr. Mitchell Kurk, Medical Director of the Biomedical Revitalization Center of Lawrence, New York, showed a 70% improvement in symptoms of arthritic patients with the use of sea cucumber.
Protein, vitamins A & C, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, sodium and carbohydrates.
Saponins (trite pine glycosides), which is similar in structure to Ganoderma, ginseng and other famous tonic herbs. Saponins have anti-cancer properties.
Contains fatty acids similar to fish oil that nourish the brain and heart, such as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) unique to fish.
Lectins, a form of sugar with anti-cancer activity from Holothuria spp. It also has herapeutic effects on HIV.
Researches on sea cucumber state that it contains cell growth factors that stimulate new cell regeneration and is efficient in treating wounds. It is also effective in treating internal bleeding such as gastric and peptic ulcer.