For any drug, benefit versus risk should always be considered. Can the same result be achieved more safely?
Landmark article that points out that it is not gluten or gliaden that is responsible for coeliac disease, but ATIs (alpha-amylase/trypsin inhibitors). These are “pest resistant molecules, found within the gluten complex, that have increased in quantity in our grains as a result of selective breeding to increase insect resistance.’
“A large amount of evidence suggests that this hormone may have protective effects on the cardiovascular (CV) system”
“An important part of recovery involves nutritional supplementation with appropriate vitamins, minerals and immune enhancement.”
These results lead to the hypothesis that CoQ10 have a potential therapeutic effect in FM, and indicate new potential molecular targets for the therapy of this disease.
“These results suggest that female reproductive function is inhibited by sodium fluoride and that exposure to sodium fluoride causes ovarian and uterine structural damage. Sodium fluoride may thus significantly reduce the fertility of female rats.”
These days it’s not a question of “how did I get a parasite” but how on earth do I stop getting one?”
Our results are consistent with findings from laboratory studies and provide longitudinal human data, suggesting that people with high mercury exposure in young adulthood may have elevated risk of diabetes later in life.
Mycoplasma is an atypical bacteria that typically starts with a chest infection.
“Preventing mildew means controlling moisture, killing the fungus and its spores”
Dr Emerson was recently interviewed on ‘Know the Cause’, the most popular health television programme in the US.
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