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Gut Brain Connection


Research confirms gut-brain connection in autism STORY AT-A-GLANCE It’s widely known that autistic children often suffer from gastrointestinal (GI) problems, with those experiencing the worst GI problems often having the most severe cases of autism Recent research confirms and further strengthens the theory that the gut plays an important role in the development of [...]

Gut Brain Connection2019-07-23T00:02:40+00:00

Lyme and toxoplasmosis


Why Chronic Depression Can Be Aggravated By a Hidden Toxoplasmosis Infection For people diagnosed with Lyme disease that feel stuck in a dark pit of hopelessness and depression by Greg Lee Imagine you are part of a rescue team that is working to rescue miners that are trapped in a mine collapse. You are [...]

Lyme and toxoplasmosis2019-06-11T21:37:42+00:00

Lyme and Mycoplasma infection


How Enzymes for Dissolving Lyme Disease Biofilms Can Increase Pain and Herbs That Can Relieve It  For people with recurring chronic pain, fatigue, or infection due to a mycoplasma infection by Greg Lee / Two Frogs Healing Center   Imagine you are walking in a lush garden with flowers and vegetables and then you [...]

Lyme and Mycoplasma infection2019-06-11T21:29:29+00:00

Kefir and Insulin


Fermented milk, Kefram-Kefir enhances glucose uptake into insulin-responsive muscle cells. Teruya K, et al. Cytotechnology. 2002. Show full citation Abstract Diminution of insulin-responses in the target organ is the primary cause of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM).It is thought to be correlated to the excessive production of reactive oxygen species (ROS). In this article, [...]

Kefir and Insulin2019-06-10T18:40:35+00:00

Vitamin D needed by women to maintain cognitive health


December 3, 2012. The October, 2012 issue of the Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciencespublished the outcome of a study conducted by Yelena Slinin, MD, MS, of Minneapolis' Veterans Administration Medical Center which uncovered a protective effect for higher vitamin D levels against the development of cognitive decline in women. The study included 6,257 [...]

Vitamin D needed by women to maintain cognitive health2019-06-07T05:07:11+00:00

Curcumin could delay the development of cirrhosis


A report published on March 24, 2010 in the journal Gut reveals that curcumin, a compound that occurs in the spice turmeric, could help delay liver damage that causes cirrhosis. "Chronic cholangiopathies [diseases of the liver’s bile ducts] such as primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) and primary biliary cirrhosis are characterised by progressive inflammation and subsequent development of [...]

Curcumin could delay the development of cirrhosis2019-06-07T04:55:47+00:00

Blackcurrant compound could help asthmatics


Epigallocatechin found in blackcurrants could reduce the inflammation that is involved in allergic asthma, according to an article published online on March 12, 2010 in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. In allergic asthma, long term inflammation occurs in response to allergen exposure in the lungs. Epidemiologic studies have associated increased fruit consumption with a [...]

Blackcurrant compound could help asthmatics2019-06-07T05:04:27+00:00

Blood Pressure and Insulin


For example, doctors generally recommend anti-hypertensive medications to lower blood pressure, and statins to improve cholesterol. These medications help by treating the symptoms, but they don’t address the high fasting insulin levels that caused the underlying problems in the first place. A better approach would be to correct insulin resistance to keep fasting insulin in the normal range. Only [...]

Blood Pressure and Insulin2019-06-10T18:34:53+00:00



Kefir By Tomas Linnaeus Kefir remains a popular fermented milk beverage, despite the increasingly competitive beverage market. Many people drink kefir for its alleged health benefits, according to a 2007 report in the “Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series.” The bacteria in kefir produce lactic acid by fermenting lactose. Kefir contains many kinds of enzymes that [...]