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Turmeric benefits for multiple sclerosis

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Turmeric benefits for multiple sclerosis is something that you should know. Turmeric as an antioxidant can be important for people with multiple sclerosis. That is why we stress on the use of turmeric benefits for multiple sclerosis as supplement in Dr Klenner’s therapy for multiple sclerosis. We suggest you to read the following article on the Turmeric benefits concerning in several health conditions. (Taken from the Medical Center of the Universitiy of Maryland)

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Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has been used for 4,000 years to treat a variety More >

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Pharmaceutical Drugs are 62,000 Times More Likely to Kill You than Supplements

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Facts taken By Dr. Mercola

According to the Council for Responsible Nutrition, 69 percent of American adults take supplements. But are supplements dangerous? The UK-based, international campaign group, the Alliance for Natural Health International (ANH-Intl) recently revealed data1 showing that compared to supplements, an individual is:

  • Around 900 times more likely to die from food poisoning
  • Nearly 300,000 times more likely to die from a preventable medical injury during a UK hospital stay, which is comparable to the individual risk of dying

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A “Unique” Additive free Vitamin E

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After our last newsletter concerning additive free vitamins we are ready to suggest you an excellent Vitamin E with mixed tocopheryls called “Unique E”. 100% additive free of course.
This all-natural, pure mixed-tocopherol concentrate consists of a proprietary mixture of the four tocopherols (alpha, beta, gamma, and delta) as obtained from plant-source oils.  It is totally devoid of fillers, allergens, colorants, additives, soy protein, wheat or gluten.  This concentrated formula provides all the benefits of the complete spectrum of the four tocopherols typically found in food.  Each capsule

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Children Increasingly Poisoned By Prescription Medication

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A new study from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center highlights a rise in the number of young children, over half a million each year, admitted to hospitals or seen in emergency departments because of unintentional toxic doses of prescription medication.

The increase in such exposures is so high that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has established the PROTECT Initiative, with the goal of preventing unintended medication overdoses in children.

Dr. Randall Bond and colleagues involved in the study gathered information for 544,133 children 5 years of age and younger who had visited the emergency department (ED) More >

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New Research on “Phlebology” magazine round MS and CCSVI

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The translation is automatic with the use of Google translate. The original text was in Italian.

Multiple sclerosis, yet confirmed the anomalies of jugular venous

It ‘was published in the September 8 issue of the prestigious journal Phlebology a new study by a team of vascular surgeons at the University of Belgrade (Serbia), entitled “Morphological and hemodynamic abnormalities in the jugular veins of patients with multiple sclerosis.”

Recently, in addition to the well-known autoimmune theory has emerged a new theory that explains the etiology of additional multiple sclerosis, based on multiple areas of stenosis and different levels of obstruction

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