Unless you have been living under a rock, you probably are aware that people who eat their fruits and vegetables are much healthier than those that do not. One of the prime reasons for this is they contain large amounts of flavonoids, which prevent illness and boosts health. In this article, we will talk about Chrysin, which is a potent flavonoid that has many fitness and health benefits.
Where it is found in nature?
Flavonoids are natural health-boosting compounds that are present in plants that are edible. Chrysin meanwhile, is found mostly in things like honey, mint, propolis, and certain flowers. It is then made from those plants and put into some of the most healthy supplement stacks to boost the entire formula.
How it works to prevent lipid peroxidation?
The secret to how Chrysin works is because it limits lipid peroxidation, which is a type of fat molecule dysfunction. By limiting this, it prevents damage to cells, proteins, and cellular imbalances. One of the biggest problems we see in people with bone problems is calcium leeching, and it cannot be reversed by simply consuming more calcium, because of mitochondria is damaged. Chrysin will protect the mitochondria and prevent cell death, allowing you to better absorb minerals.
How it works to Reduce Inflammation?
Inflammation is a major problem in today's modern lifestyle of too much processed foods and sugar, too much stress, and in some people even too much exercise. Chrysin interacts with COX-2, acting to competitively inhibit cytokines (small proteins that affect cells) from binding inside too. This will reduce inflammation and prostaglandin (lipid compounds that promote more inflammation).
There are several health benefits I want to share with you that Chrysin helps with.
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We already discussed how Chrysin reduces inflammation which ties into reducing cancer. More specifically, it has been found to suppress tumor growth because it activates Notch1 signaling. It will also reduce the cell activity of NF-KB, which is a molecule that affects immunity, cell survival and division, and inflammation.
These findings were reviewed and showed that it helps fight many types of cancer including thyroid, prostate, liver, lung, breast, and more. Some cancer doctors have recommended their patients use Chyrsin along with their chemotherapy drugs to boost apoptosis and reduce tumor cell growth.
There is evidence that Chrysin prevents microglia (glia cells in the nervous system) from releasing harmful cytokines and nitric oxide. This keeps your good cells healthy and can block brain degenerate diseases including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Sleep health and anxiety
GABA, which is gamma-Aminobutyric acid, is one of the most important neurotransmitters our bodies produce. When you consume caffeine it becomes suppressed, and also when you age it starts to drop. GABA is our relaxation neurotransmitter, and you need it to fall asleep and prevent being nervous or anxious all the time. Chrysin has positive effects on GABA, and also stacks well with it, piggybacking on each other's benefits.
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Fertility and Testosterone
We have a crisis in America with a lack of sperm, and birth rates continue to drop even with a supposedly strong economy. People are just not able to have kids anymore and a big reason is poor sperm motility, concentration, and lower testosterone.
Chrysin was found in studies to act on the STAR gene, which will boost testosterone levels. Testosterone levels are needed to boost muscle gains and strength. It also protects the testicles from inflammation, allowing them to function at a higher level without interference. Finally, a study showed it boosts fertility by reducing what is called 'abnormal sperm rate' in males.
The building block of all steroids, testosterone is a naturally-produced hormone in the body. It is secreted by the testes and is responsible for the balanced growth and maintenance of primary and secondary sexual characteristics in males - deepening of the voice, broadness of shoulders and narrowing of the pelvis, rapid hair growth (especially on the face, legs and pubis), and the production of semen for sexual reproduction. Read More..
Another crisis in America is the diabetic rates which are now approaching 30%. Pretty soon 1 out of every 3 people will have this disease! There are many factors contributing to this like poor diet, frequent eating, too much food, and too much bad food. Even if you try and clean up your diet it still could be too late based on oxidative damage to your organs, so you need to do more. Chrysin is a great option because it will normalize insulin and glucose levels.
Insulin is a peptide hormone produced by beta cells in the pancreas. It regulates the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats; in addition, it stores fat to be used for energy later. When you eat, your blood sugar increases, which causes insulin to be released.
Type 1 diabetics depend on insulin because their bodies no longer produce it. Type 2 diabetics may also require insulin if they are unable to control blood glucose levels. Read More..
Our 3 main organs everyone talks about are kidneys, heart, and liver. Chrysin protects all 3.
- Kidneys: Chrysin protects the DNA from damage and speeds up repair. It also increases the filtration process of plasma, protein, and reduces inflammation.
- Heart: Heart disease is another epidemic. 100 years ago it virtually did not exist, today it is everywhere. Chrysin helps boost our heart cells and it also reduces inflammation which prevents swelling in arteries and cell damage.
- Liver: When you drink alcohol or take oral drugs including steroids, it will strain your liver. Studies showed that Chrysin increases antioxidant activity and reduces damage to cells.
Two very good human studies were done which showed zero side effects from Chrysin.
When used alone, run 300-400mgs per day. In a stack, you can run 100mgs a day for good results.
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How to stack
Chrysin works best when you stack with other super supplements, vitamins, minerals, and healthy compounds. We really recommend buying an all in 1 product that has it all, instead of buying all of this separately. Our favorite is called M1-MK which has 100 mg of Chrysin 98%, along with two dozen additional ingredients. You can purchase M1-MK at bannednutrition.com and you can learn more about all the products it contains by checking out evolutionary.org and elitefitness.com.
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