biofilms might protect bacteria from attacks by antibiotics.If you have a resistant infection, you should
add nattokinase, NAC, and/or lactoferrin to disrupt such biofilms so they can
be killed by antibiotics.
published last year claimed that vitamin D was not as important as previously
thought.Do not believe it, just because
it might be the “latest” study.Other
studies published last year confirmed that Vitamin D is a powerful treatment
for autoimmune problems, such as Lupus, MS, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis,
and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.5000-10,000
iu a day might be required for desirable effects.Blood tests are needed to monitor results.
fatigue syndrome produces profound fatigue.A recent report showed that CFS patients had dramatically lower levels
of CoQ 10.The lower the levels, the
more fatigue and the less cognitive function was present.I suggest that 200 mg a day would be an
appropriate starting dose.
See Maes and associates in Neuroendocrinology, 2009.
recommendations for fibromyalgia treatment are a step in the wrong
direction.We can do a lot better in the
field of alternative medicine.The first
guideline is giving the patient non-drug information and begin an exercise
program with or without physical therapy.Then three subgroups are identified:those with anxiety and depression are treated with psychological
therapies, those primarily with pain are given medications, and those with
severe disability are treated with a comprehensive rehab program.Every day, patients come to us having failed
with this expensive and inadequate approach.We utilize such therapies as B12 injections, low-dose naltrexone, food
allergy desensitization, trigger point injections, correcting yeast imbalance,
biofeedback, acupuncture, herbal preparations, and intravenous vitamin C, with
more effective and less expensive results.
responsible for 29% of all cancers—lung, throat, stomach, liver, colon,
pancreas, and kidney cancers.Smoking is
the biggest risk factor for heart disease.Chronic Lung Disease is directly related to smoking in most cases.40 million people in the U.S. continue to
smoke, putting themselves at risk as well as loved ones from second-hand smoke.Our present strategy of gradually increasing
the taxes on tobacco and limiting the places where smoking is allowed is not
working.Cigarettes are dangerous, and
they should be outlawed.