Sharing Grapeseed Oil Extract With the World: Bernardo Chua

Most people enjoy eating grapes, whether they are the green, red, or purple ones. Many people enjoy drinking wine to relax after a long day at work or with a meal.

Everyone knows just how healthy eating grapes are. However, the seeds of the grapes and the oil extracted from them have many health benefits. Bernardo Chua believes in the health benefits of grapeseed oil and is sharing them with the world

Grapeseed oil extract contains many power compounds that the body uses to fight diseases and infections. It contains resveratrol, flavonoids, Linoleic Acid and Vitamin E., each of which is beneficial to the human body.

Procyanidolic Oligomers (PCO) are powerful antioxidants. They are even stronger antioxidants than vitamins C and E. PCO’s work within the body by containing free radicals, which are atoms or molecules with extra electrons. Free radicals can damage cell metabolism and can lead to cancer and other health problems. Read more: Bernardo Chua: Founder And CEO Of Organo Gold

The oil contains Vitamin E which aids in the production of white blood cells which fight infections within the body. Grapeseed oil extract has been used in fighting breast cancer by suppressing the enzyme, aromatase, which can cause the formation of cancer cells.

Also, it is used in treating liver disease not caused by alcohol and is used to treat neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s. Grapeseed oil extract is beneficial in maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. It lowers heart rate and blood pressure. Also, applying grapeseed oil extract on wounds speeds healing.

The Street reveals that one of the primary manufacturers of grapeseed oil extract is Organo Gold, founded by Bernardo Chua in 2008. It has grown rapidly with branches throughout the world.

Bernardo Chua grew up in the Philippines and joined Gano Excel and helped expand that company into Canada and the United States. He then moved to California and became president of Gano Excel U.S.A.

Eventually, Chua formed Organo Gold with the intent of creating a line of bioactive coffee products that include herbal supplements that would improve the drinker’s health. His vision now includes grapeseed oil extract and sharing its health benefits throughout the world.

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Orange Coast College

A former Orange Coast College professor donated a hefty $1-million for the construction of a new planetarium. The planetarium will include a Foucault pendulum, which is a device that showcases the rotation of the Earth. College Administrators are excited to say that they will be hosting the only Foucault pendulum in all of Orange County.

 

Retired professor Mary McChesney, 91-years old, is more than happy for making this planetarium possible. She said that it is open to all OCC students, as well as the community for scientific learning. McChesney gifted the money in high-respect for the memory of her deceased lover, Adelyn Bonin. Bonin was an instructor at the college as well, teaching German.

 

McChesney was a professor of English and Spanish at OCC for 33 years and was a regular benefactor for many years. As a way of showing an enormous amount of appreciation for the school, she donated a million bucks. The planetarium is expected to be open by the fall of 2018.

 

Orange Coast College was founded back in 1947. Classes began in the fall of 1948 and gives students the ability to study for art and science associate degrees. These associate degrees are expected to be completed within 2 years of study. This community college is oftentimes used as a stepping stone to university admissions, and provides certificates upon the successful completion of certain classes. OCC admits roughly 24,000 students and is the third largest community college in Orange County.

 

OCC is popular amongst locals and includes clubs and sport teams, as well as an organized Associated Student Body. Local housing is expensive and the college currently does not provide on-campus living. This is made up by the amount of successful students from OCC transferring to prominent universities such as the University of California and California State University.

 

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