Diverticulitis research

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Diverticulosis: A Self-Help Plan
by Shirlet Trickett,

Digestive Wellness: Strengthen the Immune System and Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion, Fifth Edition
by Lipski, Elizabeth

“Over the past decade, however, there has been an emerging proposal that perhaps the process was more inflammatory than infectious, as well as an appropriate emphasis on antibiotic restraint due to resistance issues”
” The Danish national guidelines suggested …

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Stinging Nettle, hair loss, inflammation reducer

Also an alternative antibiotic. Fascinating.

 

Stinging nettle, in all its various different forms can be a powerful way to fight hair loss and enable hair growth. However, using this powerful plant is just a very small step in the right direction. To truly be able to regrow your hair and keep it for the rest of your life, you will need to fix the underlying causes.

Nettle can be a powerful and …

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Breathing technique

During the process of breathing, oxygen is drawn into the lungs and excess carbon dioxide is exhaled. The respiratory center located in the brain continuously monitors blood pH, carbon dioxide, and to a lesser extent oxygen. When the level of carbon dioxide in the blood increases above programmed levels, the respiratory center transmits impulses that tell the respiratory muscles to breathe in order to remove the excess gas. When we breathe too much over a …

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IBS & Leaky gut

-stress
-coffee (if you’re Celiac/NCGS. irritates the gut. 10% of coffee is a protein that cross-reacts with gluten antibodies – which means your body thinks coffee is gluten!)
-conventional dairy

+sunlight (vit d required for epithelial barrier to prevent stuff getting through.. also, some bacteria area able to interfere with VDR to lower vit-d levels.1,25(OH)2D acts as an immune system modulator, preventing excessive expression of inflammatory cytokines and increasing the ‘oxidative burst’ potential of macrophages …

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kombucha & cancer

Cite source

Another study, by M. Deghrigue et al. (2013), found that while black tea kombucha was effective aganst one of two types of human lung cancer cells, green tea kombucha was more effective against both in Vitro. While the researchers weren’t sure by what mechanism the anti-cancer properties were achieved, attributing it potentially to polyphenols and other antioxidants, others have speculated that it could be due to metabolites (e.g., alcohol, organic acids, vitamins, amino …

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B12 / bone health

Interesting excerpts:

While these new studies were treated as ground-breaking, previous research had already established a powerful connection between B12 deficiency and osteoporosis. It’s well documented that people with untreated pernicious anemia are at high risk for osteoporosis and resulting fractures, which is not surprising because vitamin B12 is crucial to the function of osteoblasts (bone-forming cells). In one case study, a patient with Severe osteoporosis exhibited a “dramatic response” to treatment with B12 and …

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Vaccines

Interesting book review from WAPF: https://www.westonaprice.org/book-reviews/vaccination-not-immunization/

Excerpts:
Another popular source of information, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), owns over fifty vaccine patents.

When you get chickenpox, for example, you are immune to natural chickenpox for life and pose no danger to anybody. Ironically, vaccinated people carrying the new diseases are the danger. They have permanent immunity to nothing and may infect people who are immune to the natural disease but not the …

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