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Atherosclerosis

Atherosclerosis

Introduction Atherosclerosis in a nutshell is a ‘biological plumbing problem’ in arteries that feed blood to the various organs where ‘crud’ builds up causing blood flow restriction and the arteries harden over time and some cases the artery or vein can become...

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Cognitive Disorders-Alzheimer’s II

Cognitive Disorders-Alzheimer’s II

Introduction In the previous article we discussed several scientific hypothesis that explains the cause of Alzheimer's from the APOE gene allele combination of E3/E4 or E4/E4, and/or the serine protease enzyme encoded by gene HTRA1 that prevents the fragmentation of...

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Cognitive Disorders-Alzheimer’s I

Cognitive Disorders-Alzheimer’s I

Introduction The overall statistics state that the total expenditure to support ALZHEIMERS disease and all other dementias is $259 billion ( Medicare/Medicaid cover $175 billion. While the rest is covered by out-of pocket expenditure (Private insurance etc)).  The...

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Autoimmune Disease XIII Finale PART II Probiotic benefits

Autoimmune Disease XIII Finale PART II Probiotic benefits

Introduction As part II of this 3 part finale in the previous article we dwelled on the dietary foods as defined in the GAPS ( Gut and Psychology Syndrome ) diet and probiotic supplements such as Fermented food and beverages.  To complete the healing picture I want to...

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Autoimmune Disease XI Pernicious Anemia

Autoimmune Disease XI Pernicious Anemia

Introduction On the website of the Pernicious Anaemia Society (PSA) they write: Co-existing Conditions Pernicious Anaemia is an Autoimmune Disease. Autoimmune Diseases are characterised by the body somehow attempting to destroy itself. In the case of Pernicious...

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Autoimmune Disease X Psoriasis, Vitiligo

Autoimmune Disease X Psoriasis, Vitiligo

Introduction Modern science is trying desperately to get their brain around the cause of Autoimmune diseases. Typically, their hypothesis focuses on the open repertoires of B and T cell receptors allowing the recognition of any pathogen, but are purged of most...

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