People take apoaequorin to prevent the decline in memory and thinking skills that occurs normally with age and to improve memory, but there is no good scientific evidence to support its use for these or other conditions.https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-1486/apoaequorin
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We spoke about the results, which will be published and constitute an unprecedented 97.2 percent type 2 diabetes remission rate. Meaning that based on current data, anyone suffering from type 2 diabetes has a near 100 percent probability of entering full clinical remission within 20 weeks if they follow the NFI diet.
Diabetes runs in my family. My father had diabetes and my youngest brother also has the disease. I do a lot of reading and research to better understand what I personally need to do to never develop diabetes. The NFI diet sounds amazing. This is just another powerful piece of evidence that supports adopting a mostly plant based diet.
If you’re as excited about this news as I am please share these articles and links. Your diabetic family and friends will thank you.
And if you’re wondering my last fasting blood sugar was <100mg/dl and my A1C last measured in 2015 was 5.8%.
This NYT article should be read by anyone considering the use of CBD for anything.
Here’s a list of what CBD can be used for from a local news rack publication.
Relief, the Natural Way
- Drug withdrawals
- Heart health
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Neurodegenerative disorders
- Quitting smoking
- Quality of life
There are no quick-fix solutions, as obesity is not an external problem. It is an internal metabolic issue.
Dr. Rita Nawar Tobias
Interesting article on a weight care clinic in Dubai. This article is worth five minutes of your time.
Furthermore, data presented in early November at the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases meeting found that liver failure caused by herbal supplements, especially those used in bodybuilding, increased almost three-fold from 2004 through 2012.
via Herbal supplements may be natural, but that doesn’t mean they’re safe.
According to the 2007 National Health Interview Survey, high blood cholesterol is one of the top 10 conditions prompting use of complementary health practices among adults. This issue provides information on “what the science says” about the effectiveness and safety of several dietary supplements reportedly used by people with high cholesterol, including red yeast rice, flaxseed and flaxseed oil, and garlic.
High Cholesterol and Complementary Health Practices | NCCAM.
I’ll take a statin please.
Homeopathy: An Introduction | NCCAM.
A good overview in case you encounter medical records that include homeopathic remedies in your work.
Some red yeast rice products contain substantial amounts of monacolin K, which is chemically identical to the active ingredient in the cholesterol-lowering drug lovastatin. These products may lower blood cholesterol levels and can cause the same types of side effects and drug interactions as lovastatin.
Other red yeast rice products contain little or no monacolin K. It is not known whether these products have any effect on blood cholesterol levels.
Some red yeast rice products contain a contaminant called citrinin, which can cause kidney failure. In a 2011 analysis of red yeast rice products sold as dietary supplements, 4 of 11 products were found to contain this contaminant.
via Red Yeast Rice: An Introduction | NCCAM.
Personally, I’m sticking with a statin.