Wednesday, January 27, 2010

About Zuf Globus Laboratories Ltd.

In the 1970s, Dr Alexander began researching the medicinal properties of honey and beeive products; particularly the ability to control the type of honey the bee will produce. In 1990, Dr Alexander emigrated to Israel and began a program of advanced studies in microbiology.

In 1992, based on his expertise and his research on "Apitherapy" in the former Soviet Union, Dr. Alexander submitted a research proposal to the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Industry Trade & Labor to develop medicinal honeys whose uniqueness lies in the ability of the developers to direct and control the medicinal properties of honey produced by bees.

Following the approval of the research proposal, Zuf Globus Laboratories Ltd. was established and in 1993 began its research at the framework of the Incubator for Technological Innovation in Kiryat Shmona. Dr. Alexander succeeded in producing natural medicinal honeys through the feeding of bees. Some of these honeys have antibiotic properties for treatment of different illnesses and some have various medicinal properties, all in accordance with the the theories of Dr. Alexander and pursuant to the types of feed he prepared for the bees.

At the same time, Dr. Alexander developed several accompanying cosmetic products, which are based on medicinal honeys having a broad range of antibiotic properties, to which Dr. Alexander added various natural ingredients, in accordance with the purpose of the respective product. Dr. Alexander chose to base the types of products he developed on the successful results of clinical studies that were conducted in recent decades and whose effectiveness has been unequivocally proven in modern scientific research.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Apple a Day Keeps the Doc Away

Sunday January 3,2010
By Lucy Johnston

Casualty star Rebekah Gibbs, 36, was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2008, just 10 weeks after giving birth to her daughter Gigi.

She is now clear of the disease, but what amazed her doctors was that her chemotherapy treatment did not weaken her immune system.

Rebekah believes this was because she took regular doses of a special honey shown in a recent trial to increase the white blood cell count of people undergoing cancer treatment.

Using the medicinal property of food like Life Mel is a rapidly emerging science. Scientists across the globe are beginning to report on trials demonstrating what nutritionists have long suspected, that certain compounds in foods act as medicines.

Later this month herbal medicine guru Dale Pinnock will launch a new practice, The Natural Solutions Clinic, which embraces this new phenomenon of Medicinal Cookery.

Pinnock, who has spent years studying the therapeutic properties of food, believes he can “offer the most pleasurable drug delivery system imaginable” to patients with diseases such as arthritis, chronic fatigue, immune problems, allergies, high cholesterol and hypertension. He also has dishes to overcome short-term ailments such as hangovers, flu, colds and bacterial infections.

His work is being increasingly backed by research. One study, to be published in the journal Breast Cancer Research, showed turmeric and black pepper could help prevent and even treat breast cancer.

The study, carried out at the University of Michigan, is the first to demonstrate how these natural spice compounds could prevent cancer. The research shows curcumin and piperine may help arrest the renewal of cancer stem cells.

Pinnock, who currently runs a busy practice in rural Cambridgeshire, distinguishes his work from that of nutritionists and food gurus before him. “This is not about vitamins or a healthy diet. It is about creating dishes around the non-nutritional but medicinally active chemicals in foods to help treat disease.

“My work aims to fuse traditional natural health care with science. It is about trying to bridge the gap between science and natural health care which is the only way to work in the modern health care system.”

Rebekah Gibbs, who was declared free of cancer last month, is convinced the medicinal compounds in honey helped pull her through her devastating ordeal.

Life Mel is made by bees fed on a unique diet that includes special immune boosting herbs such as Siberian ginseng, Echinacea and uncaria tomentosa and scientists think eating it could boost a person’s immunity.

Rebekah said: “I am not a medical expert, but I believe the honey worked for me.” Ellie Chappell’s three-year-old daughter Ella appeared to enjoy similar effects while undergoing eight months of chemotherapy for her kidney cancer.

“It was awful but I honestly believe the honey stopped her from being really sick on the drug and her doctors were amazed that her blood count remained fantastic. I swear by it,” said 33-year-old Ellie, of Morpeth, Northumberland.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Israeli Honey Helps Cancer Patients Cope with Side Effects

(ARA) - For those following ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” this season, you’ve watched strong minded housewife Lynette battle cancer and struggle with the side effects of chemotherapy. Approximately 1.4 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year and over half of them can relate to Lynette’s battle with chemotherapy, including New York resident Zisel Goldberg.

Goldberg, age 50, suffers from colon cancer, and when she first started chemotherapy she thought the side effects, including constant fatigue, were unbearable. Goldberg’s friend told her about a new honey that helps with side effects - and then everything changed.

“I felt stronger and my blood cell counts improved by two points,” says Goldberg. “The difference was remarkable; I’ve even been able to go back to work.”

What Goldberg took and what many experts are starting to recommend is LifeMel Honey. Developed by Zuf Globus Laboratories founder Dr. Alexander Goroshit, LifeMel Honey was recently touted in the prestigious Journal of Medical Oncology as “…a very inexpensive, safe and effective method of preventing chemotherapy-induced pancytopenia.” It is the only honey available that has had a clinical study done to determine effectiveness in decreasing side effects, including anemia, of patients involved in chemotherapy.

LifeMel Honey is harvested from bees fed on a special food mixture that enables them to make a unique form of honey with all the beneficial properties of the therapeutic herbs and natural ingredients the bees were fed. LifeMel Honey is specially produced in a controlled environment which guarantees a pollution-free pollination process. Other than collecting the honey from the hive and packing it, the honey is not artificially treated in any way and no ingredients are added after extraction of honey from the hive.

For optimal results, experts recommend people take LifeMel Honey twice daily -- a teaspoon once in the morning on an empty stomach and a teaspoon again in the evening.

The honey is exclusively available in the United States at

While it won’t cure or prevent cancer, LifeMel Honey can minimize side effects and make the fight much easier, and that spells welcome relief for Goldberg and others like her.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The New Diet of the Year: LifeMel Honey

This year, some are turning to some special bees for a diet to make them feel better.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 8, 2008 -- From the Atkins Diet, to the South Beach Diet, to the Zone Diet most people know of someone who has tried one kind of diet or another. Some have had success and others have not. Some do it to look better and others do it to feel better.

This year some are turning to some special bees for a diet to make them feel better. These bees are fed a special nectar derived from therapeutic herbs including Siberian Ginseng, Echinacea and Uncaria Tomentosa, combined with a selection of natural ingredients including iron, protein and vitamins. In return they are producing honey that has, according to a clinical trial, reduced the side effects of chemotherapy treatment suffered by some cancer patients, thus significantly improving their quality of life.

The honey is called LifeMel Honey and some cancer patients can benefit from these diet specific bees and the honey they produce. Dr. Geffen, before trying this honey, was suffering from acute myelocytic leukemia and his white blood cell counts had dropped to dangerously low levels. "I deteriorated physically and was virtually bed-ridden", says Greffen.

Within 10 days after he began taking Life Mel, one teaspoon twice a day, his white blood cell count began climbing. Within months, his counts were normal and he was playing golf. "My blood-work started improving and has continued to do so to this day", remarks Geffen.

So by the dictionary definition of diet: "a particular selection of food to improve a person's physical condition or to prevent or treat a disease", this bee diet lives up to its potential for some chemotherapy patients looking to feel better.

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