Siam Natural 100% organic Performance Protein
Rice Bran Germ Super-food blend
Riceberry Bran Germ black/purple 25%
Sang Yod Bran Germ red 25%
Jasmine-Basmati Bran Germ brown 30%
GABA Bran Germ brown 20%
Rice is consumed by over half the world’s population, the majority of which is in Asia.
Although white rice is more common, there are many special rice cultivars that contain pigments, such as black, purple, and red, in their bran, pelea, and lemma, and other inside parts, such as pericarp tegmen and the aleurone layer, protein stored as granules in the cells of plant seeds.
The bran part of these pigmented rice cultivars contains acetylated procyanidin , anthocyanins, and other phenolics that have significant free radical scavenging activity [2,3] apart from natural antioxidants, such as tocopherols, tocotrienols , oryzanols , phytosterols , and phenolic compounds . It is believed that consumption of pigmented rice improves human health because of the rice’s antiallergic, antimutagenic, and anticarcinogenic effects [8,9]. Therefore, pigmented rice is becoming a valuable source for food supplements and nutraceuticals. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu7031672
Anti-Tumor & Immune Enhancing Activities of Rice Bran Gramisterol on Acute Myelogenous Leukemia.https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0146869 Keywords: rice bran; anti-cancer; gramisterol; lupeol
The outstanding multitude of health benefits embodied in the Riceberry bran germ four blended superfood render this product a novel specialty among our health & fitness icons in the new line of Siam Natural Organics holistic health preventative smoothie blends.
The Performance Protein contains 6,000 mg per sachet blend with a total of six ounces net in the one month pouch, also available in 500 mg capsules and one ounce pouches.
Structures of Phytosterols and Triterpenoids with Potential Anti-Cancer Activity in Bran of Black Non-Glutinous Rice
Mali Nin Surin rice (Black Jasmine) is high in phenolic and anthocyanin which are anti-oxidants with anti-aging benefit and help slow down the growth of cancer cells. These anti-oxidants also help expand blood vessels, lower the risk of heart attack as well as the risk of stroke.
Source of Carbs
Riceberry is a super healthy source of carbohydrates. Compared to white rice and brown rice, black/purple rice offers better micronutrient content. It does not contain cholesterol, saturated fats and contains just 1 gram of sugar.
Rich in Antioxidants
Black rice is a superb source of antioxidants. After comparing with twelve different rice varieties, studies show black/purple rice to have six times higher antioxidant content than white rice or brown rice.
Inflammation is a bodily response against foreign bacteria and viruses. It’s healthy, but sometimes it gets out of control and that’s not a good thing. Eating black rice can counter this kind of inflammation.
Helps Manage Weight
Another excellent benefit of Riceberry is helping you reach or manage your weight, ensuring you are in the healthy scale. Studies show people eating black rice enjoy greater reduction in weight. Riceberry has been the most popular brown rice known for health promoting properties. Attracting people to consume more brown rice is the most significant steps in solving food-related chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, high blood cholesterol, obesity and cancers.
GABA: Gamma-aminobutyric acid (Gaba) is a non-protein amino acid that is widely distributed in nature. Especially, Gaba is present in high concentrations in different brain regions . Besides, it was also found in various foods such as green tea, soybean, germinated brown rice, kimchi, cabbage pickles, yogurt, etc.
Moreover, Gaba was also reported as a protective agent of liver, kidney, and intestine against toxin-induced damages . In this contribution, the pharmaceutical properties of Gaba on non-neuronal peripheral tissues and organs were mainly focused to emphasize its beneficial role in prevention and treatment of various diseases.
Dai-Hung Ngo 1 and Thanh Sang Vo 2,* 1 Faculty of Natural Sciences, Thu Dau Mot University, Thu Dau Mot City 820000, Vietnam 2 NTT Hi-Tech Institute, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Ho Chi Minh City 700000, Vietnam
Performance Protein Rice Bran Germ is also available in daily sachets and (1) oz packets
Read more about three superb basic nutritional blends each containing 5 herbal compounds, 6000 mg per sachet in our super-natural holistic smoothie blends available on our Siam Natural Organics 2020 Go4-Fitness Organic Specials. http://www.siamnatural.com/S-N-health_fitness_club1.htm
Moringa oleifera leaf powder
LycoFak Momordica Cochinchinensis
Márá Momordica charantia (bitter melon)
Mangosteen pericarp Garcinia Mangostana
Makham pom Emblica myrobalan (Amla)
Haritaki Terminalia chebula
Kapao dang Red Holy Basil
Jiaogulan Gynostemma pentaphyllum
Sea Collagen Hydrolysate
Matcha tea, Camillia sinensis
Spirulina, a blue-green algae Arthrospira
Kaffir lime Citrus hystrix
Mamao Luang Antidesma bunius (wild bluesberry)
Ma-Kham-Waan Tamarind indica
Additionally there is a new Ladies Specialty Health-Fitness (5) five herbal blend and a Men’s Specialty Health-Fitness (5) five herbal blend plus five additional specialty holistic blends that address myriad of adverse conditions and diseases.
Our Siam Natural Organics Thai herbal apothecary offers over forty fresh organic holistic herbal compounds now available in single (1) oz pouches.
Traditional Herbal Apothecary one ounce packets http://www.siamnatural.com/performance_nutritional_herbs_teas.html
While American consumers continue to become ill and suffering from our tainted food supply, environmental pollution and dangerous pharmaceutical drugs, the US government continues to drag their feet in following through with legislation that could alleviate many of these health related problems by supporting and permitting natural health supplements into our markets & educational system.
The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994
The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 – Public Law 103-417 – 103rd Congress supersedes and/or amends the original legislation set forth in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938. Unfortunately, the following recommendations embodied in the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 were never acted on by the US Congress and it’s now been over 26 years since the legislation was outlined yet our elected politicians obviously don’t care enough about our health and well-being to follow through on this legislation.
Read the following outline from the 103rd Congress circa 1994;
To amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to establish standards with respect to dietary supplements, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
§1. Short Title; Reference; Table Of Contents. (a) Short Title. – This Act may be cited as the “Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994”.
§2. Findings. US 103rd Congress Public Law 103-417 finds that;
(1) Improving the health status of United States citizens ranks at the top of the national priorities of the Federal Government;
(2) The importance of nutrition and the benefits of dietary supplements to health promotion and disease prevention have been documented increasingly in scientific studies;
(3) (A) There is a link between the ingestion of certain nutrients or dietary supplements and the prevention of chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis; and,
(B) Clinical research has shown that several chronic diseases can be prevented simply with a healthful diet, such as a diet that is low in fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium, with a high proportion of plant-based foods;
(4) Healthful diets may mitigate the need for expensive medical procedures, such as coronary bypass surgery or angioplasty;
(5) Preventive health measures, including education, good nutrition, and appropriate use of safe nutritional supplements will limit the incidence of chronic diseases, and reduce long-term health care expenditures;
Structures of Phytosterols and Triterpenoids with Potential Anti-Cancer Activity in Bran of Black Non-Glutinous Rice
(6) (A) Promotion of good health and healthy lifestyles improves and extends lives while reducing health care expenditures; and
(B) Reduction in health care expenditures is of paramount importance to the future of the country and the economic well-being of the country;
(7) There is a growing need for emphasis on the dissemination of information linking nutrition and long-term good health;
(8) Consumers should be empowered to make choices about preventive health care programs based on data from scientific studies of health benefits related to particular dietary supplements;
(9) National surveys have revealed that almost 50 percent of the 260,000,000 Americans regularly consume dietary supplements of vitamins, minerals, or herbs as a means of improving their nutrition;
(10) Studies indicate that consumers are placing increased reliance on the use of nontraditional health care providers to avoid the excessive costs of traditional medical services and to obtain more holistic consideration of their needs;
(11) The United States will spend over $1,000,000,000,000 on health care in 1994, which is about 12 percent of the Gross National Product of the United States, and this amount and percentage will continue to increase unless significant efforts are undertaken to reverse the increase;
(12) (A) The nutritional supplement industry is an integral part of the economy of the United States;
(B) The industry consistently projects a positive trade balance; and (C) the estimated 600 dietary supplement manufacturers in the United States produce approximately 4,000 products, with total annual sales of such products alone reaching at least $4,000,000,000;
(13) Although the Federal Government should take swift action against products that are unsafe or adulterated (such as those being sold illegally on Amazon.com, eBay & Etsy web portals), the Federal Government should not take any actions to impose unreasonable regulatory barriers limiting or slowing the flow of the safe products and accurate information to consumers;
(14) Dietary supplements are safe within a broad range of intake, and safety problems with the supplements are relatively rare; and
(15) (A) Legislative action that protects the right of access of consumers to safe dietary supplements is necessary in order to promote wellness; and
(B) A rational Federal framework must be established to supersede the current ad hoc, patchwork regulatory policy on dietary supplements.
So, that’s it friends – while politicians fight among themselves over power & control of the government purse strings, we the taxpayers end up as it is right now – people are sick, suffering and dying daily in ever increasing numbers.
We strongly encourage each of you to take a moment to write to your congressional representative(s) and senator(s) to remind them that we want and need affordable alternative medical care solutions now! Ask them to act on the 15 provisions outlined in the “Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994” (above).
Our health care system has a fundamental flaw: More money is made when people are sick rather than healthy. Pharmaceutical companies profit when they sell more drugs and doctors make more money when they see more patients. We all see the ads on TV with a myriad of warnings about potential deadly side effects. Read more about this;
Thai Traditional Medicine History
Although Thailand’s holistic health modality called TTM (Thai Traditional Medicine) has been around as early as the third century BC, Indian Brahmins and Buddhist monks traveled to Thailand introducing new religious beliefs and brought with them a holistic approach to healing; Ayurveda, which is based on maintaining a balanced flow of energy through meridians in the body and includes massage and herbal remedies.
Historical evidence shows that Thai people began to use herbal medicine for the treatment of various symptoms and diseases and health promotion since the Sukhothai period (1238-1377). TTM knowledge was gradually developed, systematized, revised, recorded, and passed on from generation to generation throughout the country’s history, from Sukothai to Ayutthaya (1350-1767), Thonburi (1767-1782), and the early Rattanakosin period (1782-1916), as a means of health care for the Thai people.
Unfortunately, the influence of Western medicine, which was introduced into Thailand by missionaries and western physicians since the reign of King Rama III (1787-1851), gradually increased and eventually led to the abandonment of the systematic teaching of TTM in the medical school in 1916. This sparked the decline in TTM acceptance, especially among people in the urban areas, and the status of TTM practitioners in the country’s health care system for over 60 years.
In 1913 a law was enacted to abolish Thai Traditional Medicine and prohibit traditional doctors from treating patients, followed by other punitive laws, which made Thai Traditional Medicine almost extinct. Traditional medicine textbooks were lost, burned in fire or stolen to be sold to other countries. So, for nearly 99 years, Thai traditional doctors had been forbidden from treating patients given there was a legal provision to punish those who resisted.
The revival of TTM began around 1978 after the proclamation of the Alma-Ata Declaration when the World Health Organization (WHO) urged its member countries to include traditional medicine and medicinal plants in their primary health care (PHC) program.
In 2012, the first Thai traditional hospital opened in Sakon Nakhon Province, to be followed by nine other pilot hospitals in nine provinces with the aim to re-set national standards in providing treatments, research and training in Thai Traditional Medicine.
This is a dream project to revive traditional wisdom to serve as an alternative option for the people and the survival for the country.
Today, Thai traditional medicine and alternative medicine have been promoted in 10,851 hospitals throughout the Thailand Ministry of Public Health system especially for health promotion, disease prevention, basic rehabilitation and treatment of chronic patients, the elderly and the disabled and the use of 71 herbs in National List of Essential Medicines to replace and reduce the use of Western medicine saving the country more than 5 billion baht per year. We offer over forty of these Thai traditional herbal compounds.
Siam Natural Organics Traditional Herbal Apothecary one ounce packets http://www.siamnatural.com/performance_nutritional_herbs_teas.html
The most recent recommendation in 2011 was to set up the “The Institute of Thai Traditional Medicine” run by a committee with representation from the government and private sectors, and the “Herb Production Central Plant” to raise the standard of small-scale herb producers to compete with China and India, the world’s top two herb producers.
These support measures are steps in the right direction to revive Thai traditional medicine which has long been shunned and removed from daily life. Another step now being considered is a ‘new dawn’ to further enhance status of traditional medicine for wide public recognition with the establishment of the Traditional Thai Medicine (TTM) Hospitals.
According to the “Protection and Promotion of Thai Traditional Medicine Knowledge Act B.E. 2542” (1999), Thai traditional medicine is defined by law as “the medical processes dealing with the examination, diagnosis, therapy, treatment, or prevention of diseases, or promotion and rehabilitation of the health of humans or animals, midwifery, Thai massage, as well as the preparation, production of Thai traditional medicines and the making of devices and instruments for medical purposes. All of these are based on the knowledge or textbooks that were passed on and developed from generation to generation”.