After building one of the most successful MLM businesses in the world, Tom Mower started over and created an entirely new company. Using years of business experience and the financial rewards of his previous success, Tom decided to build an even more spectacular enterprise, SISEL International. This was to be no ordinary MLM company. Tom needed an outlet to blend his knowledge of cutting-edge science with traditional wisdom.
What ancient food was so spectacular that it inspired the launch of SISEL International; a plant so compelling that it caught the attention of Tom Mower? Tom was so intrigued by this product that he was willing to spend whatever it took to bring it to public awareness. This remarkable remedy, that had such a profound influence on Tom, was the extraordinary sea vegetable, limu moui.
Limu Moui is a power-packed sea vegetable that has been eaten for thousands of years in Tonga, Japan, and other coastal areas. Because the nutritive value is great, these remarkable plants were used to regenerate and increase well-being. In many cases, science is supporting some of the traditional uses of limu moui.
Research on this remarkable sea plant directed Tom to two places in the world – Okinawa, Japan and Tonga. Those who regularly include this food in their diets enjoy sustained levels of health. 1 In this era of increased health concerns, often related to poor nutrition, it makes sense to turn to the bounty of the sea.
In Okinawa, Japan, limu is called mozuku. There, seaweed is harvested from their own coastal waters. However, to supply Japan’s huge demand, Tongan limu is also valued. The Japanese people understand the extraordinary therapeutic value of Tongan seaweed. They know that limu moui grows abundantly in Tonga’s perfect climate and in some of the most pristine waters in the world.
Investigation shows that limu moui contains significant concentrations of the active component, fucoidan. Fucoidan is a complex polysaccharide (sugar) and is the subject of over 700 scientific studies listed in the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed database. 2 These and other studies reveal the amazing regenerative properties of fucoidan that affect nearly every system of the body. Fucoidan research is catching worldwide attention. Articles on fucoidan’s miraculous benefits are appearing in authoritative medical journals.
Science sees promise for fucoidan as a powerful support to the immune system. 3 Fucoidan also enhances normal cell growth and division. 4 Reports indicate that fucoidan supports normal liver 5 and circulatory function. 6 Seaweed experts believe that having a daily dose of seaweed sustains healthy body functions. 7 People who eat fucoidan-rich limu moui on a regular basis report sustained energy* and feel support to the digestive system and as an aid to help support normal, pancreatic function. Many also report smooth, soft skin*. Some even believe that limu imparts beauty to those who eat it, which in turn creates a happier existence.
But limu moui is not the end of the story. To make an exceptional plant even more powerful, Tom created a patent-pending process designed to intensify SISEL limu moui. The results are remarkable. SISEL’s product is unlike any other seaweed beverage in the industry. This unique intensification procedure differentiates this amazing sea beverage called FuCoyDon TM. You will love SISEL’s FuCoyDon – a tasty power-pack of supportive nutrients found only in the sea. This powerful drink provides the regenerative benefits of an amazing, traditional food that is combined with cutting-edge technology. This flagship product, in time, will become a common name in every healthy household. Enjoy the beverage that launched the most successful company in the MLM industry. FuCoyDon – the tasty answer to your vital, daily dose of seaweed.
1 Bradley J. Wilcox, M.D., D. Craig Willcox, Ph.D., and Makoto Suzuki, M.D., The Okinawa Diet Plan Get Leaner, Live Longer, and never Feel Hungry, Clarkson Potter/Publishers, New York, 2004. Jacket cover.
2 Entrez-PubMed National Library of Medicine’s search service provides access to over 10 million citations www.pubmed.com
3 Hirayasu H, et al., “Sulfated polysaccharides derived from dietary seaweeds increase the esterase activity of a lymphocyte tryptase, granzyme A,” JNutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo). 2005 Dec:51(6):475-7.
4 Giraux J., et al., “Modulation of human endothelial cell proliferation and migration by fucoidan and heparin,” Eur JCell Biol. 1998Dec;77(4):352-9.
5 Van oosten M, et al., “Scavenger receptor-like receptors for the binding of lipopolysaccharide and lipoteichoic acid to liver endothelial and Kupffer cells, J Endotoxin Res. 2001;7(5):381-4
6 Thorlacius H, et al., “The polysaccharide fucoidan inhibits microvascular thrombus formation from P-and L-selection in vivo”, E Jour Clin Invest. 2000 Sept:30(9):804-10.
7 Ryan Drum, “Medical Uses of Seaweeds,” http://ryandrum.com/seaweeds.htm
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