Dr. Jeff and Holistic Actions Academy

Introducing Dr. Jeff Feinman, Certified Homeopath and Integrative Veterinarian Fucopia would like to share information with our viewers about Dr. Jeff Feinman’s HomeVet community.  Dr. Jeff has a wealth of information on his site HomeVet regarding holistic and homeopathic care of our pets! Dr. Jeff and Holistic Actions! supports Fucopia’s efforts to introduce pet parents to the Read More


Fucoidan Adds Quality of Life in Advanced Cancer Patients

First human study on advanced cancer patients shows fucoidan increases quality of life! The study [1] involved giving fucoidan to advanced cancer patients.  Quality of life scores were established at the beginning of treatment. The inflammatory processes in the body caused by cancer were also measured when the study started. There was a significant reduction in all of the Read More


Fucoidan reduces the toxicities of chemotherapy, Enhances the Anti-Cancer Activity of Chemotherapeutic Agents

Fucopia is not only safe to take during cancer treatments, fucoidans help reduce the toxicity of chemotherapy agents while enhancing activity. In a study investigating whether fucoidan reduces the toxicity of chemotherapeutic drugs in cancer patients, it was found that fucoidan significantly suppressed general fatigue experienced by patients. All of the patients in the study completed six Read More


Fucoidan Eliminates Deadly Parasites

Perhaps you have never heard of Visceral leishmaniasis (VL). But over 12 million people (and uncounted dogs and cats) are affected by a fatal infection caused by this parasite. Until now, the treatment for this parasite consisted of toxic drugs, which caused more damage to the body, on people already weakened with the infection. In a Read More


Study Finds Fucus vesiculosus Seaweed Effectively Treats Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Animals

New research from the University of Tasmania Faculty of Health has shown that oral intake of fucoidan sourced from the Fucus vesiculosus species of seaweed significantly reduced symptoms of inflammatory bowel (IBS) in animal models. The study was conducted using mice suffering from colitis, which is a disease that causes the inner lining of the Read More