By Dr. Mercola Vitamin D has been shown to improve a number of brain disorders, including dementia and its most severe form, Alzheimer’s disease,1 the latter of which now affects an estimated 5.2 million Americans.2 The latest mortality statistics places Alzheimer’s in the top three killer diseases in the US, right behind heart disease and cancer.3 Vitamin […]
Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Interesting article by John Douillard. Removing the gallbladder by default cuts the Vagus nerve, It sis long suspected many post problems are a result of inflicted nerve damage from laproscopic cholecystectomy causing disability by disability. Vagus nerve stimulation therapy has been recommended by alternative theory providers for may years, which DR’s are not […]
Hidden in the walls of our digestive system is something extraordinary. Scientists have known about it for a while, but new technology is taking the research to the cutting edge. What is being discovered there will revolutionise the way we think about mental and physical health. What happens in our head has a lot to […]
Skip the section on biblical scriptures to the current evidence on drugs Some Post complication suffers have taken medicine and lost their heath and even life.
Heartburn and Acid Blockers by Jeffrey Dach MD by Jeffrey Dach MD A July 2009 study of Acid Blocker Drugs shocked the medical community, reporting the drugs actually caused the symptoms they are supposed to treat. The study recruited asymptomatic healthy volunteers who took Acid Blocker drugs for a few weeks, and then stopped. Upon stopping the Acid Blocker drug, more […]
It’s pretty obvious where your gallbladder disease came from if you are a couch potato and eat fast food regularly. But if you’re vegetarian, eating whole, organic foods, work out 5 times a week, have a non-stressful job, no financial worries and a happy family life then you really may wonder: “Where did these gallbladder […]
Your body contains a separate nervous system that is so complex it has been dubbed the second brain. The enteric nervous system (ENS) is a part of the peripheral nervous system that controls the reflexes of the gastrointestinal system. It comprises an estimated 500 million neurons – about five times as many as in the brain of a rat […]