NCI Well Connect Mid-Week Brief
March 15, 2017
Dear Steve, 

DID YOU KNOW that Pinterest polled the most popular food items on its site on a state-by-state basis? It says a lot about the eating habits of different areas of the country.

NEED-TO-KNOW UPDATES
  • If you have ordered 23andMe genetics kits in the past, they are offering a special rate ($69 from $99) if you want them for friends and family. The special ends March 31st.
  • Next Monday, NCI Well Connect members can access our newest Natural Foods Shopping List update.
  • The natural, non-caloric, chicory root-sweetened Yummi Bears Multivitamin for kids are finally back in stock.
  • We are the first midwest distributor of Zuma Valley Mango Coconut Balls. There's only two ingredients: mango and coconut. We can't sell them over the web yet, but we carry them in our office or you can call/email/add to web ordering instructions.
Have a happy, healthy day. Steve and Bonnie
 
Sumptuous Cruciferous
Bonnie and Steve: Cruciferous vegetables, which make up a class of plants called Brassica, are more than just veggies. Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, cabbage, among many others, are superfoods.

Two incredibly powerful chemicals in cruciferous, sulforaphane and diindoylmethane, have been closely linked to cancer prevention. There is good reason why, as these two studies show. 

Evidence in the January issue of Food and Chemical Toxicology supports sulforaphane as a phytochemical that could inhibit tumor development and could protect normal tissues through making our genes function better and directly affect cancer cell death.

As alluded to in the aforementioned study, sulforaphane exerts cancer preventive effects by activating the most important gene for detoxification, Nrf2. The study, from the January issue of Diabetes, found sulforaphane also does the following:
  • Accelerates adipose (fat) tissue browning.
  • Decreases abundance of bacterial family Desulfobivrionaceae in the gut, which overproduces toxins that can contribute to obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Cruciferous is nature's way of neutralizing the detrimental impact of rogue cell activity through proper detoxification. It is as effective as any cancer preventive that exists.

If you are curious whether or not you must consume cruciferous vegetables, get your genetics analyzed.
 
Dragging This Week? We Know Why.

This article is reserved for NCI Well Connect Members. You can get this article by signing up for NCI Well Connect!
 
Genetics Wellness Screening Just Got Less Expensive!
Bonnie and Steve: It only takes a few simple steps to get individualized genetic nutritional support. Test your genome. We translate the results in a way you can understand. We target your individualized needs with nutritional support that can be easily implemented.

 
NCI Well Connect Member Benefits
One Year Membership Includes:
  1. Weekly eNewsletters (84 issues). We publish our long-form issue on Monday and a mid-week brief on Wednesday. Recent preview issue here.
  2. Self-Help Action Plans. Access to two titles per month from our self-help Action Plan Library. There are currently 43 Action Plan titles to date on all aspects of wellness, including the new Heal Your Headache Action Plan. You can view the full library of titles here.
  3. Natural Foods Shopping List. Updated quarterly, our Natural Foods Shopping List includes only the most meticulously vetted, highest quality food and beverage products that we recommend to our clients. These include gluten-free, corn-free, and kosher pareve items.
  4. 30 Minutes Free Pure Genomics Analysis & Coaching (Consult with Steve; Bonnie's consult would be separate).
The approximate cost for all of this? Less than one dollar a week!
We appreciate your continued patronage and support.

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Have a happy, healthy day,
stateofthebonnie 

Bonnie, Steve, Carolyn, Lilo, Elizabeth, Sharron, and Jeannie
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