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Could Jobelyn be regarded as the super food of the modern times?

Our research studies on Jobelyn in the last ten years had been concentrated on establishing the medicinal values of the product and several articles have been published to show that:

Its Health benefits include:

  • Multi-facetted anti-inflammatory properties
  • Immune activation
  • Hematopoietic effects
  • Pain reduction
  • Ref: (1) Clinical Efficacy of a West African Sorghum bicolor-Based Traditional Herbal Preparation Jobelyn Shows Increased Hemoglobin and CD4+ T-Lymphocyte Counts in HIV-Positive Patients.

    J Altern Complement Med. Jan 1, 2014; 20(1): 53–56.doi: 10.1089/acm.2013.0125

    (2) West African Sorghum bicolor Leaf Sheaths Have Anti-Inflammatory and Immune-Modulating Properties In Vitro – Published in JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL FOOD J Med Food 00 (0) 2013, 1–9

    With the renewed interest in the effect of Nutrition on health, Health Forever Product Limited had commissioned the GMP Laboratory of California to do a comprehensive Nutritional Facts Analysis of Jobelyn. Jobelyn is packaged from Sorghum bicolor leaf sheaths as nature made it and so it is 100% natural without any additive. The result could be accessed at:


    It showed that Jobelyn is not only rich in food such as Carbohydrates, Protein and Dietary Fibre but also in Vitamins, Elements and Fatty Acids.

    It could be described as a perfect fit for the famous Hippocrates quote “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

    Our discovery about Jobelyn’s nutritional properties is very timely as a recent release about concerns of taking supplements would create a major concern for millions of people who are trying to maintain wellness by consuming dietary supplements. Please see the link below for the publication.


    A large-scale study has shown that over-supplementation could be very bad for our health.

    Could it be possible that too many vitamins and minerals can bring about various forms of cancer? Yes,according to a large-scale study delivered during the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2015.

    The research presented at this conference dates back 20 years, when scientists discovered that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables was shown to keep cancer at bay. Then study experts shifted their focus to over-the-counter supplements, assuming that consuming extra vitamins and minerals would also produce anti-cancer benefits.

    First came the testing on animals and the results were encouraging. Scientists then studied thousands of patients—over 300,000—who were given either dietary supplements or a placebo over a 10-year period.

    And their findings were alarming.

    “We show that not only is supplementing your diet with vitamins that are found in a healthy diet unlikely to decrease your risk of developing cancer, but in some cases, taking more than the recommended daily allowance of these supplements can increase cancer risk,” lead investigatorTim Byers, MD, MPHfrom the University of Colorado Cancer Center tells Yahoo Health. “More specifically, taking more than the recommended daily allowance of folic acid, Vitamin E and beta-carotene were all shown to increase cancer risk.”

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