Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Bird's Nests Health Benefits
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The Scientific Approach

  • Contains haemogglutination inhibiting action against the influenza virus (Howe, 1961; Howe, Lee & Rose, 1960)
  • Partially purified swiftlet nest extracts possess the first known epidemal growth factor (Kong et al., 1987; Ng, Chan & Kong, 1986) which induce cell division, tissue growth, cellular regeneration and cell-mediated immunity.
  • Bird's nests has some semblance of ovortransferrin-like protein. Studies have shown that ovortransferrin is both bacteriostatic and bacteriocidal in nature, which is effective in fighting infection (Ibrahim, Sugimoto & Aoki, 2000)

The Traditional Approach

  • Enhances the rebirth of cells and tissues (epidermal growth factor)
  • Improves the immune system, digestive system and spleen
  • Improves appetite
  • Clears phlegm and builds system resistance against flu, asthma and cough
  • Strengthens lungs and kidneys
  • Boasts blood circulation
  • Promotes youthful smooth complexion and healthier skin tone
 

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