Oyster extract has been in the health news a lot recently. People have been discussing its uses and benefits, but it is still unclear as to whether it is actually a viable treatment for certain conditions. We are going to take a look at some of the more general issues that people raise regarding this product, and see if we can reach some conclusions here.
First of all, let’s have a look at some of the reactions that have been reported by users of Oyster Extract. One of the most common reactions is one of nausea and vomiting. This is certainly a rather uncomfortable feeling and can easily render any supplement or food temporarily unappealing. It is also worth pointing out that this is not an isolated case, and that many users have reported such things before taking oyster extract. It is not, in fact, a particularly novel compound.
A few other reactions have been mentioned, including mild abdominal pain and general discomfort in the upper body. However, these reactions are less common than the ones associated with the gastrointestinal system. So, what is it about oyster extract that causes these reactions? Some researchers believe that the reaction is caused by one of its ingredients – chlorogenic acid. Other researchers think that the reaction may be related to one of the oyster’s natural defense systems, called the mucus coating that protects the oysters’ bodies oyster plus.
There are a few things we can learn from these reactions. Firstly, it seems clear that some people might find some relief by using Oyster Extract. But is this enough? Does it really have a role to play in modern medicine today, or is there more to this story?
Looking at Oyster Extract from a physiological perspective, there are a couple of things to take into account. Firstly, it is well known that the immune system is extremely important in both preventing disease and healing. In addition, living a healthy lifestyle is always good for your physical well-being. And the mucus coating that protects the body is certainly beneficial in keeping our internal systems running smoothly. If there is something wrong with the immune system, how can you expect the body to function normally?
As far as our ability to heal itself goes, this research is limited. There has yet to be any evidence that Oyster Extract is used in the treatment of cancer. However, there have been links to it being used in the prevention of cancer, against diabetes and in the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. All of these claims have been researched by different research teams around the world. The results, so far, have been consistent.
As far as toxicity is concerned, there is still some doubt left. There has been research in Europe, where small amounts of Oyster Extract were used without apparent adverse effects. The small amounts of Oyster Extract were found to contain high levels of cholesterol, which is the ingredient that makes up the heart of the problem. These results seem to point to a potential problem with the liver or kidneys when Oyster is used. It has not been proven, though, that the Oyster would cause problems with these organs in people who already suffer from these conditions.
So what is the message for today? The message is clear: if you are looking for something to help your general health, or if you want to take some kind of proactive steps to protect your health, Oyster and other Oyster based products are a good place to start. Go for natural supplements. Look for research into their safety and use them wisely. At the very least, try them out for a few weeks to determine whether they are right for you.