Autism and N-Acetyl Cysteine

Research has shown us that there are a few factors that contribute to Autism. Toxins, oxidative stress and a deficiency in key antioxidants all lead to neuro-developmental problems, brain damage and potentially Autism. Glutathione and Autism One of the most crucial components in our body’s fight against oxidative damage and the accumulation of toxins is […]

Aluminium In Vaccines – A Cause Of Autism?

Whilst investigating the possible causes of autism in a 6 year old girl I came across this independent empirical study published at http://www.mdpi.com/1099-4300/14/11/2227 The abstract reads: Abstract: Autism is a condition characterized by impaired cognitive and social skills, associated with compromised immune function. The incidence is alarmingly on the rise, and environmental factors are increasingly […]

Conventional medicine finally admits MS caused by vitamin D deficiency

by M.K. Tyler (NaturalNews) Is it true that those who suffer from Multiple sclerosis (MS) just need a little sun? Researchers at the University of Oxford seem to think so. In 2006, a study by the Journal of the American Medical Association suggested higher levels of vitamin D might decrease overall risk of developing MS. […]

Lung Airway Cells Activate Vitamin D And Increase Immune Response

    ScienceDaily (Nov. 4, 2008) — Vitamin D is essential to good health but needs to be activated to function properly in the human body. Until recently, this activation was thought to happen primarily in the kidneys, but a new University of Iowa study finds that the activation step can also occur in lung […]

Adequate Vitamin D Could Save Thousands of Lives, Say Researchers

  Thousands of cases of cancer could be averted if people in colder climates increased their blood levels of vitamin D, according to authors of a paper in the August 2007 journal Nutrition Reviews. Numerous epidemiological and ecological studies have shown increased cancer rates in higher latitudes around the world, especially colon, breast, and prostate […]

New Guidelines Double Amount Of Recommended Vitamin D For Young

   The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is doubling the amount of vitamin D it recommends for infants, children and adolescents. The new clinical report, “Prevention of Rickets and Vitamin D Deficiency in Infants, Children, and Adolescents,” recommends all children receive 400 IU a day of vitamin D, beginning in the first few days of […]

Mother’s Diet Can Affect Genes And Offspring’s Risk Of Allergic Asthma

ScienceDaily (Sep. 19, 2008) — A pregnant mouse’s diet can induce epigenetic changes that increase the risk her offspring will develop allergic asthma, according to researchers at National Jewish Health and Duke University Medical Center. Pregnant mice that consumed diets high in supplements containing methyl-donors, such as folic acid, had offspring with more severe allergic […]

Acupuncture Reduces Side Effects Of Breast Cancer Treatment

  ScienceDaily (Sep. 23, 2008) — Acupuncture is as effective and longer-lasting in managing the common debilitating side effects of hot flashes, night sweats, and excessive sweating (vasomotor symptoms) associated with breast cancer treatment and has no treatment side effects compared to conventional drug therapy, according to a first-of-its-kind study presented September 24, 2008, at […]

Cancer caused by carbohydrates, sugars …

by Mike Adams   (NaturalNews) A new study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Mile Markers, and Prevention is presenting evidence of the link between the consumption of refined carbohydrates and cancer. This case-controlled study looked at the dietary habits of over 1,800 women in Mexico, and found that those who got 57% or more […]

Vitamin D Research

Vitamin D Analysis Shows Reduced Overall Mortality   Authors of a recent journal article in the Archives of Internal Medicine found a significant reduction in all-cause mortality in people who supplemented with vitamin D. The meta-analysis studied 18 randomized, controlled studies involving over 57,000 individuals over a mean of 5.7 years. With an average daily […]