Parkinsons Disease

Could Alzheimer's Begin in Your Mid-40s?

…that goes straight to the brain where it helps improve memory, cognition, and learning; relieves depression; and reduces symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. I recommend 1,500–3,000 mg ALC per day. * Broad spectrum tocotrienols help with glutathione metabolism in the brain cells. I recommend 100-200 mg…

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Why You Need Vitamin Supplements

…including pesticides, insecticides, EMFs, and hundreds of other chemicals. These toxins are bringing on a whole new host of mitochondrial diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, diastolic dysfunction, and more. In fact, the key to healthy aging is to mitigate the damage to our mitochondria…

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The 14 Most Dangerous Toxins to the Heart

…minimize or avoid exposure. To Detoxify Your Body, Avoid These Toxins 1. Insecticides and pesticides. They are a major contributor to Parkinson’s disease. 2. Pharmaceutical drugs. They deplete the body of nutrients and energy. For example, statins deplete coenzyme Q10 and diuretics deplete precious potassium…

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Why You Crave Dark Chocolate

If you feel like you're craving dark chocolate and find that it lifts your mood, you're not imaging it. British researchers have demonstrated that chocolate contains mind-altering chemicals that can actually stimulate your central nervous system and "make you feel young and in love." What Are the…

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