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Olive Leaf / Oleuropein

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 Posted 4/30/2012 11:15:34 AM
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This message is directed toward LEF Advisory board or similar knowledge.

I asked this question to LEF back in November of 2011 and it has still gone unanswered.  Please answer the following. I am speficially referring to posts:

http://ask.lef.org/FindPost4323.aspx

http://ask.lef.org/FindPost4335.aspx

In addtion, I I found THIS POST indicating that oleuropein exibits proteasome stimilatory activity. Knowing this, what is your positon regarding the ingestion of oleuropein and someone with cancer?

Thank you.

-Tom


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According to Dr Michael Smith:

Thisseems to be an enzymatic pathway in response to a specific stressor. In anormal environment, oleuropein will not cross-link proteins.

 

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Dr. Smith,

Thank you. Can you please answer my second question:

In addition, I read here that oleuropein exhibits proteasome stimulatory activity. Knowing this, what is the recommendation regarding the ingestion of oleuropein and someone with cancer?

Thank you.


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