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It is a new millennium therefore it is reasonable to expect new frontiers to be discovered in the field of nutrition. To create new terminology is a natural second step. We have a term created by the US Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine called Nutraceuticals - which describes non-toxic dietary supplements made from natural ingredients, passing board standards, while creating a high state of wellness through improved nutrition. Nutraceutical means a natural food substance nutrient that can work towards a (pharmacological) healing effect within the human body.

One such frontier is the polysaccharides. This is a string of sugars, which do not give you energy like glucose, does not effect blood sugar levels in a negative manner but may actually be a support to keeping them balanced while also supporting the various blood sugar mechanisms in the body. They are good multi-taskers because they also enable a better more effective communication between the cells in our body and the cells in our immune systems. Therefore it is essential to seek out a product which contains all polysaccharides, made from vegetable sources and are standardized polysaccharides.

Natural polysaccharides are beneficial for joints and some say it helps to fight cancer. Polysaccharides come in a string of sugars: mannose, glucose, galactose, xylose, N-acetylglucosamine, N-acetylgalactosamine, fucose and N-acetylneuraminic acid.

1. Mannose. Is the primary of the sugars. It is found in the Acemann of the aloe Vera plant but unfortunately many aloe products possess a small amount of the Acemann.

2. Glucose can be found in organic grape juice or kelp.

3. Galactose can be found in the fenugreek mushroom, grape juice and in the pectin fiber of apples.

4. Xylose can be found in psyllium seeds and kelp.

5. N-acetylglucosamine can be found in Shiitake Mushrooms.

6. N-acetyl-galactosamine can be found in Japanese red algae called Dumontiaceae.

7. Fucose can be found in kelp seaweed or beer yeast.

8. N-acetylneuraminic acid a.k.a. sialic acid can be found in whey protein isolate or concentrate or 100% organic eggs which come from range fed chickens.

As the pollution and soil deficiencies increase it is becoming more and more our responsibility to make sure we discover what if any nutrients we need to find. So as the trace element imbalances decrease and the antibiotic and pesticide elements increase we must move more towards organic farmed products as well as dietary supplements. It is good to invest in your wellness and providing yourself with adequate natural polysaccharides made me one of the first avenues you research and explore for you and your loved ones.

It's recommended that those with diabetes or a hyperthyroid or allergy to mushrooms or fungi should consult your physician before taking these supplements.
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