Last Updated on November 18, 2017 by Katie Sisel Distributor
Tom Mower, the owner of the most successful businesses in the world of MLM, decided to start over and create a new company. Using years of experience and the financial rewards of his previous successful business, Tom Mower decided to build SISEL International, an even more spectacular enterprise. This new company wasn’t planned to be ordinary, but A blend of his cutting-edge science with traditional knowledge.
What spectacular ancient food was an inspiration for the founding of SISEL International; a plant so exceptional that it caught the attention of Tom Mower? Tom was so impressed by this product that he decided to be persistent to bring it to public awareness. This impressive remedy, that was so compelling, was limu moui, the astonishing sea vegetable,.
Limu Moui is a powerful sea vegetable that the Japanese have been consummated 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. Traditional uses of limu moui are constantly supported by science.
Investigation on this outstanding sea plant brought Tom to Okinawa, Japan and Tonga. People who consume this food regularly were extremely healthy. 1 Today health concerns are frequent, due to poor nutrition, and it’s reasonable to turn to the bounty of the sea.
Limu is called mozuku in Okinawa, Japan. They harvest this vegetable from their coastal sea waters. Tongan limu is also used because of the great market for it. The Japanese find that Tongan limu has enormous medical value. Tonga’s climate and some of the most pure waters in the world are perfect for the growth of limu moui.
Research prooves that limu moui contains fucoidan, a complex polysaccharide (sugar), in large concentrations. There are over 700 scientific researches on fucoidan listed in the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed database. 2 They describe the astonishing regenerative properties of fucoidan. It affects almost entire body. The fact on Fucoidan caught attention across the world. Important medical journals published articles on fantastic benefits of fucoidan.
Fucoidan can be used to strengthen the immune system. 3 It helps normal cell growth and division. 4 Fucoidan enhances normal liver 5 and circulatory functions. 6 Healthy body can be obtained by consuming seaweed on a regular basis. 7 People who are on a fucoidan-rich limu moui diet experience burst of energy* and benefit to the digestive system and normal, pancreatic function. Fucoidan also makes the skin feel smooth, soft and delicate * and, therefore, makes a person look more beautiful and feel happier.
But that’s not all. Tom Mower designed a patent-pending process which intensified SISEL limu moui, and made this seaweed have more powerful effects. The results are amazing. SISEL’s product is a unique seaweed product on the market. This tasty beverage is called FuCoyDon TM. You will love SISEL’s FuCoyDon — rich in supportive sea nutrients. This powerful beverage beautifully combines regenerative benefits of traditional food and cutting-edge technology. This amazing drink will become a common name in every healthy home. Enjoy it! SISEL’s FuCoyDon launched the most successful MLM. FuCoyDon — your tasty daily dose of liquid 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
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.