Which Seanol Benefits Can Help You?
This article is a continuation of our series on the super antioxidant Seanol. For the intro, check out Seanol – Have More Energy for the One’s You Love.
Seanol Benefits – Like a Super Antioxidant
Okay, so now we know is a super antioxidant that fights free radicals based on the ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) score, Seanol really shows its strength. This ORAC scale actually puts a number on antioxidant capacity. Since Seanol is fat soluble, it has a much longer life in the body than plant-based antioxidants. It can last 12 hours instead of the 30 minutes of plant-based antioxidants. What this really translates to is Seanol hangs around in the body for a full 24 times longer to do its free-radical scavenging work.
Some research has been done on its ability to reduce the pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis within 30 minutes. It is reported to help regenerate cartilage and even help prevent arthritis in middle aged women.
When it comes to the heart, Seanol has been shown to lower LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels. It may also increase the good type (HDL) cholesterol levels. It is said to improve blood circulation and maintain flexible blood vessels.
A study was performed where researchers gave Seanol to 39 adults with the average age of 55. The study lasted for 6 weeks and the results were interesting. At the end their good HDL cholesterol rose from 46.5 to 50.7 percent. This is uncommon for a supplement to perform so well.
It seems to me that these benefits alone make Seanol an obvious choice for those with cholesterol or arthritis, but studies have shown that it can also increase energy levels by 71%. During an 8-week study, Seanol reduced the time it took participants to fall asleep by 47 minutes. It increased the amount of nighttime sleep by 1.6 hours and improved the sleep quality by 80%.
My personal favorite is that it may reduce allergy symptoms without the unwanted side effects of an antihistamine.
Seanol is also said to have benefits for the brain. It is reported to improve short-term memory (now what was I talking about?) and improve mental focus and acuity. It does this by boosting alpha brains waves and it inhibits beta-amyloid brain plaque from forming. “Your memory is dependent on the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh). In lab tests, Seanol increased rodent ACh by 140% in brain regions responsible for learning and memory. And it did this after just 7 days of treatment! ”
Seanol is a supplement and is available without prescription. Hopefully, you learned more here about the Seanol benefits.
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