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Odu Oyeku-meji and Owonrin so'gbe

Atanpako ku re lese, Gbogbo ara o jo rin pe Bi aba pe oku ni popo, Alaaye ni ng dahun Adifa fun jewesun - ( Jesu - kristi ) ti nse okanbi Eledumare agotun olomo ateni ola legelege f'ori sagbeji nigba ti o nbe nigbatemu omo araye ebo won ni ko se. Ero po , ero ofa, Eni gbe bo nbe ko to ju ohun ebo, Ero po, ero o fa Absence of toes make body move worstly when death is called at way of a distance It's living being that will response to the call Prognosticated Ifa for jewesun the son of Almighty - ( Jesus Christ ) who place his mighties in mightiest in wealthies path when he was amidst of enemies and he was told to make sacrifice, In order to overcome the plot that was going to be hatched by human beings against him.

And Another Verse In Odu Owonrin SogbeOwonrin So Ogbe So, Adifa fun Orunmila Baba nlo te Jewesun ni fa Ebo won ni ko se, Nje Jewesun se rere Jewesun Omo ope.

Owonrin So, Ogbe So, The alias of Diviners cast Ifa for Orunmila when he wanted to pass jewesun into Ifa, he was advice to make sacrifice. Jewesun art wisely Jesesun the son of Ope" Ifa"

many people did not believes that Jesus has something with Ifa, we can check hebrew 6 verse 20, you will see how they make Jesus as a Lord" Olori Abore" with the consent of Mel-chis-e-dec . and you can get into Hebrew 7 to find out who Mel-chis-e-dec is? Rememeber Ifa has been on earth before the birth of Jesus and Mel-chis-e-dec was referring as Orunmila "Ifa"

Health Benefits of Red Palm Oil Copyright 2013 by Virgo Publishing. http://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/ By: Bryan See Posted on: 03/04/2013

Red Palm Oil, the staple oil in the Africa and Asia continents, naturally contains unique phytonutrients that are proven to be beneficial to human health. The oil palm (Elaeis guineensis), from which red palm oil is derived contains the phytonutrients tocotrienols (vitamin E), mixed carotenoids, phytosterols, squalene and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Of these, the tocotrienols and carotenoids in particular, are proven to confer health benefits such as potent cardioprotection, neuroprotection and skin nutrition; as mentioned by Dr. Mehmet Oz in his recent TV program, where he called it his most miraculous find in 2013 to address the aging process. Scientific evidence (more than 700 published papers) have shown tocotrienols together with the phytonutrients from red palm oil contribute to these health benefits. The two main phytonutrients concentrated from red palm oil and available as commercial extracts in the market are tocotrienols and carotenes complex. Both full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex and carotenoids complex , are GRAS (generally recognized as safe) according to Title 21 Code of Federal Regulation for use in foods and drinks, with a No Objection Letter" from FDA. In addition, these products are not genetically modified and are vegetarian, kosher and halal certified. Tocotrienols are members of the vitamin E family. In the body, vitamin E acts as an antioxidant that protects lipid from peroxidation and help quench free radicals. However, there is a difference in antioxidant potency between tocotrienol and its sibling tocopherol. Tocotrienol has been shown to be 40 to 60 times more potent than tocopherol as an antioxidant. Similar to the tocopherols, tocotrienols consist 1 of 4 members: alpha, beta, gamma, and delta isomers. Structurally, both tocotrienol and tocopherol possess a chromanol head attached to a carbon side chain. Tocotrienol has three double bonds in its side chain, but tocopherol has a saturated tail. Many studies have suggested that this polyunsaturation in tocotrienols contributes to more potent effects than tocopherols. Learn more about the sustainability of red palm oil in this INSIDER article. Research shows tocotrienols are beneficial to consumers who want to maintain healthy brain (neuroprotection), blood lipid levels, arterial compliance (by reducing arterial stiffness), liver health, skin nutrition and immune protection. The deep orange red color of red palm oil is contributed by natural pigments called carotenoids. There are more than 600 different carotenoids known to exist in nature. Carotenoids have long been used as natural food colorants in food and drinks, as well as cosmetics. Red palm oil is a natural plant source of carotenes in terms of retinol (vitamin A) equivalents, providing 7,000 retinol equivalents (RE) per 100 grams. This is about 17 times as much beta-carotene as carrots, in terms of retinol equivalents. Some carotenoids, such as beta-carotene and alpha-carotene, act as precursor of vitamin A. Lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin are carotenoids that do not have vitamin A activity, but possess other health-promoting biological properties. The primary forms of carotenoids in red palm oil are beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, gamma-carotene and lycopene. Palm oil contains the highest alpha-carotene level among all the plant

sources. There are four main commercial sources of carotenoids, namely synthetic beta-carotene, algaes betacarotene, fermentative beta-carotene and palm carotenoids. Synthetic beta-carotene is an artificial colorant containing only a single form of isomer (all trans beta-carotene). Likewise, algaes and fermentative beta-carotenes predominantly contain a single isomer (more than 96 percent as betacarotene), which are not true mixed carotenoids complex. In comparison, palm carotenoids complex is a fruit/food-based natural carotenoid. Natural palm carotenoids complex is extracted from palm fruits via a mild extraction process, which ensures maximum natural preservation of carotenoids. Apart from beta-carotene, palm carotenoids complex contains the highest level of alpha-carotene compared to carotenoids from other sources. It also contains appreciable amount of gamma-carotene and lycopene. Commercial Sources of Carotenoids

Fermentative Palm Carotenoid Complex Algae betacarotene beta-carotene

Synthetic beta-carotene

Crude palm oil Source (Elaeis guinnensis)

Algae (D. salina)

Fungus (B. trispora) Petroleum

33% alpha-carotene > 96% 65% beta-carotene 2% other carotenoids (mixed carotenoid complex) 100% beta-carotene beta-carotene (predominantly a (predominantly a single betasingle beta-carotene beta-carotene (single carotene source) source) beta-carotene source) > 98%

Composition

Highest level of alphacarotene Alpha-carotene (33 to 35%) Negligible level of alpha-carotene Negligible level of alpha-carotene No alpha-carotene

Cis and trans isomers

Cis and trans

Cis and trans

~ 100% trans

100% trans

Neuroprotection Neuroprotection A series of NIH-funded research that spanned longer than a decade showed tocotrienols (as Tocomin SupraBio, from Carotech Inc.) support brain health by triggering and increasing blood circulation 2 through collateral arteries to the area of the brain that suffered ischemic stroke. In addition, oral supplementation with Tocomin SupraBio in human subjects showed tocotrienols are well absorbed and

distributed to organs and tissues, such as the brain, liver, heart muscle, adipose tissue, blood and skin; 3 reaching levels that more than enough to confer neuroprotection. Based on these encouraging and significant results, a clinical trial named NUTRITION," which is the acronym for Natural Tocotrienol Against Ischemic Stroke Event," has been commissioned and is now been carried out at the Ohio State University Medical Center. NUTRITION will evaluate the effects of orally supplemented natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex (as Tocomin SupraBio) on platelet function and blood lipid profile including high-density lipoprotein (HDL), low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and total cholesterol. Dyslipidemia and hypercoagulable are established risk factors of stroke. This study aims to clarify the potential of full-spectrum palm tocotrienol complex to mitigate these important stroke risks. Cardioprotection Peer review journals have documented palm tocotrienol complexs promising hypocholesterolemic 4,5 properties. A recent double blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial shows that subjects with high blood cholesterol who received Tocomin SupraBio demonstrated significant reduction in total and LDL cholesterol levels within four month of supplementation. Continuous significant reduction was seen on the fifth and sixth month. In contrast, subjects in the placebo group had negligible changes in their total and LDL cholesterol levels 6 compared to baseline. High blood pressure or hypertension is one of the major risk factors of cardiovascular diseases and strokes. In a human clinical trial, patients supplemented with palm tocotrienol complex for two months 7 resulted in significant reduction in aortic systolic blood pressure. Decreased arterial compliance or increased arterial stiffness is a predictor of cardiovascular events in both normal and diseased human subjects. A randomized controlled clinical trial demonstrated that oral 8 supplementation of Tocomin SupraBio for two months reduced arterial stiffness in healthy adults. In a prospective, cross-sectional, population-based study involving a randomly selected population sample of 392 men and women aged 45-65 (The BRUNECK study), the relationship between atherosclerosis (carotid and femoral artery) risk and plasma alpha- and beta-carotene level (mixed carotenoids) was evaluated.9 This study provided evidence that atherosclerosis risk was inversely related to plasma alpha- and beta-carotene levels, indicating a protective role of high levels of carotenes against atherogenesis. Skin Nutrition Vitamin E, synthetic or natural, is widely used in the cosmetic/personal care industry. The main reason for the use of vitamin E was for its antioxidant properties in the protection of skin against the onslaught of free radicals or oxidative stress caused by ch