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Walnuts are one of the healthiest nuts & are well known for having a high content of omega-3 fatty acids. 1oz. of walnuts daily over a period of 2-3 months can help reduce MetS-related problems. Adding walnuts to your diet decrease the depositing of fat around the mid-section. Prostate & breast cancer has been found to be reduced by fairly large amounts of daily walnut consumption. Adults have been able to significantly increase their blood level of ALA with as few as 4 walnuts per day…


Acai berry has a wide array of phytonutrients. Its range of ANTIOXIDANTS, amino acids & OMEGA FATTY ACIDS can help protect the tissues & cells of the body & make this fruit an ANTI-AGING, immune boosting superfood. It is also rich in B VITAMINS, ELECTROLYTES & TRACE MINERALS that are helpful for reducing inflammation & improving energy. The acai berry’s ability to eliminate free radicals & reduce oxidative stress also assist your body with DISEASE PREVENTION, WEIGHT LOSS, & METABOLIC…


"Cellular metabolism" --- This page examines cellular metabolism, breaking down its components into sugars, amino acids, fatty acids, and metabolic types


Fat burners with 500mg Glucomannan support the body's natural fat burning processes, along with the feeling of fullness, energy levels, thyroid function, carbohydrate, lipid and fatty acid metabolism, stable blood sugar levels and other vital aspects of effective weight loss.

Amaranth grain & leaves contain high amounts of lysine that helps metabolize fatty acids & absorb calcium. Amaranth helps reduce risk of osteoporosis & other calcium deficiencies because it has 2X the calcium as milk. 1 cup has 52% of RDA of protein. Rich in iron & magnesium, it can help keep osteoporosis & anemia at bay. Its Lunasin is believed to have anti-cancer & anti-inflammatory properties. Rutin & nicotiflorin found in amaranth, have a neuroprotective effect on the brain. #dherbs


Metabolism - Metabolism is the process your body uses to get or make energy from the food you eat. Food is made up of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Chemicals in your digestive system break the food parts down into sugars and acids, your body's fuel.


Fatty acid metabolism from Wikipedia - I want to study this more. (To see it, go to the wikipedia line and click on "show" for the "metabolism map" near the bottom.)