Coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinone) is an effective therapy for Parkinson's Disease MCT (medium chain triglycerides) from Coconut oil helps prevent decline Medical marijuana is also helpful You may wish to try the "Hypotoxic Diet" which has proven amazing results for many sufferers. A Ketogenic Diet may also prove to be helpful.
This is the most common cause of pain and stiffness afflicting hips, knees, lower back, hands, neck and toes due to aging joints, injury and obesity as the joint cartilage between bones breaks down and is lost. It is important to exercise regularly, consume plenty of fruits & veggies and healthy fats from nuts, avocados, healthy oils, whole grains or lean organic meat. Make sure to increase your intake of Omega 3's which is plentiful in fish and plant sources. Here is a list of natural products that may be helpful to ease your discomfort: Avocado Soybean Unsaponifiables Boron, Calcium & Magnesium Boswellia Root Extract (Indian Frankincense) Bromelain Curcumin (from Turmeric) is anti-inflammatory Devil's Claw Eggshell Membrance (NEM) Fish Oil is anti-inflammatory Ginger is anti-inflammatory [...]
This is a loss of bone mass which increases the risk of fractures. Risk Factors: high alcohol consumption consumption of phosphoric acid found in colas and carbonated soft drinks estrogen deficiency due to menopause is a major contributor smoking lack of exercise lack of calcium or Vit. D high salt intake causes calcium loss high caffeine (more than 3 - 4 cups per day) causes calcium loss Androgen Deprivation Therapy (used to treat prostate cancer) use of Glucocorticoid medication (a steroid used to reduce inflammation) Malabsorption Syndromes (from celiac disease or cystic fibrosis) Chronic Inflammatory Disease Low body weight or extreme weight loss Prevention Strategies: calcium and strontium are required for bone health but must be taken separately as they use the same pathways for [...]
This includes abdominal obesity, cardiovascular disease and high-fasting blood sugar that increases risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Weight loss is critical to prevent this condition from evolving into even more dangerous health issues. Changing your diet as per the recommendations in this website will accomplish this. Some helpful supplements to aid with weight reduction include: combine Garcinia Cambogia, Camellina Sinensis, Coffea Arabica & Lagerstromia Speciosa to support weight loss before energy-restricted meals 600mg of elemental calcium & 125 IU of Vit. D3 while on an energy-restricted diet helps with fat loss the amino acid L-Carnitine helps reduce fasting-induced fatigue, hunger and metabolic abnormalities when following a corrective diet supplement with prebiotics and probiotics take 150 mg/day of Pycnogenol (maritime pine bark extract)
Liver functions: Converts nutrients into substances the body can use; stores them and supplies them to cells when needed Converts toxins into harmless substances or releases them from the body Breaks down fats and produces energy Plays a role in blood clotting produces bile to breakdown fats and keeps blood sugar levels constant NAFLD: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has no signs, symptoms or complications but causes inflammation and scarring of the liver. Fatty liver is when fat makes up 5% of the liver the most serious form is called NASH: non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and can progress to cirrhosis, liver failure and death: the only cure is a liver transplant 85% of people who are obese or have Type 2 Diabetes may have NAFLD and also high [...]
Kidneys filter our blood many times a day, removing waste and toxins while keeping proteins and cells. They balance electrolyte and water levels, regulate blood pressure, stimulate production of red blood cells and help convert Vit. D to its active form. Kidney failure This occurs when there is an inability to continue filtering blood until waste begins to build up, causing illness Infections These are usually due to a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) that is untreated; it then moves to the bladder and then to the kidneys symptoms include fever, chills, pain or aching in the back, side or groin area, change in urine colour, pain, burning & urgency when urinating: SEE A DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY! Stones These are formed when metabolic waste products crystallize; 80% [...]
IBD "IBD" includes Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis (UC) where the digestive tract is chronically inflammed. Symptoms include frequent diarrhea, pain, fatigue, nausea and weight loss due to malnutrition. AVOID: bad fats, corn, lactose, omega 6 fatty acids, wheat and refined sugar to starve the bad bacteria the modern diet contains an overabundance of the polyunsaturated fat Omega 6 which induces inflammation COLITIS: This affects only the large intestine causing frequent & bloody diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain and bowel urgency take 100ml Aloe per day consume monounsaturated fats from sources like olive oil CROHN'S: This affects sections of the small and large intestine causing abdominal pain, weight loss, diarrhea, nausea & vomiting take a Vit. D supplement Consume the following to help boost good [...]
Possible causes include low iron, Thyroid (hypothyroidism), female and male sex hormones, stress hormones and low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) Suggestions that may be helpful: consume meals with a high protein to carb ratio drink lots of water and get enough sleep try Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) or Rhodiola Rosea which help with chronic fatigue and stress try a Ginseng supplement
If you are having difficulty conceiving, here are some recommendations: Men: adopt a Meditarranean diet: fish, chicken, fruit, veggies, legumes & whole grains increase Omega 3 consumption: 1/2 cup of raw walnuts per day for 12 weeks is effective due to the high content of Omega 3 alpha-linolenic acid avoid trans-fats take CoQ10 daily for at least 3 months take L-Carnatine: 1g 3 x day for a min. of 3 months Chemicals ...in our everyday products may also be a cause of infertility, as exposed in the documentary "The Human Experiment".
This is a condition where the musculo-skeletal system becomes hypersensitive. The risk factors for developing this ailment are considered 50% genetic and 50% environmental. According to Dr. Jean Signalet, a French Clinician & Professor who conducted many tests over long periods of time with his patients, an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine may be a contributing factor and therefore, diet can lead to improvement and even remission when followed indefinitely. Recommended dietary rules: No dairy whatsoever (you'll need to be diligent in checking lists of ingredients as milk seems to be in almost everything) Casein makes up 87% of cow's milk protein so avoid products containing Casein No Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats or Corn (Rice, Buckwheat & Sesame are OK) Avoid cooking anything [...]