Ulcers

Peptic ulcers occur in the intestine, most frequently the upper part including the duodenum and the stomach. Gastric juices are produced in high quantities in both locations, and stress, drugs and poor dietary habits will force the body to produce even more gastric...

How Nutrition Can Help Tourette Syndrome

Tourette syndrome – This rare disorder of movement was named for the French neurologist Gilles de la Tourette, who first described this disorder in 1885. A tic disorder characterized by the presence of chronic vocal and motor tics, it is likely based on...

Tinea Versicolor

Tinea Versicolor, also called pityriasis versicol, dermatomyosis furfuraea or fungi de Mare. It is a very common fungal skin infection that shows up as skin discolorations of the back, arms, chest and neck. It is a most common skin disease of the subtropical and...

How to Eliminate Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea affects the way a person breathes while sleeping. The breathing pauses typically occur between 10 and 20 seconds and may happen up to 100 times during the night. Types of Sleep apnea 1. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common type Soft tissue in the...

Shingles

Shingles are a painful, blistering skin rash due to the Herpes-Zoster virus, the virus that causes chickenpox. The first symptom is usually one-sided pain, tingling, or burning. The pain and burning may be severe and is usually present before any rash appears. The...

How to Prevent Osteoporosis with Nutrition

Osteoporosis – “Coming away from my recent visit with you, I felt very assured about the regimen you advised and it made me recall that, during the fifteen years since meeting you, I’ve gone from eating mostly powdery, zero-nutrient things, to...

Nutrition Plan for Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is a relatively rare autoimmune disorder (the body attacks its own organs as if they were foreign). As an autoimmune disease, sarcoidosis (sarcoid) is similar to R.A. and lupus in how it behaves and how it is treated. Despite a century of research there is...

Rhabdomylosis

The skeletal muscle is called” rhabdymo” in Greek. In rhabdomylosis the skeletal muscles breaks down rapidly. The process of destruction leads to the release of breakdown byproducts of damaged muscle cells into the bloodstream. The protein myoglobin, which is one of...

How Nutrition Can Help Raynaud’s disease

Raynaud’s disease is a condition in which the arteries of the hands and sometimes the feet are reactive and become spastic when cold. As a result, the toes and fingers are deprived of adequate amounts of oxygenated blood and become whitish or bluish. Gangrene or...

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is characterized by destruction of the protective sheath — called the myelin sheath — around nerves in the brain and the spinal cord. As a result, the transmission of nerve impulses to other nerves, muscles, and vital organs is...

How to Eliminate Mononucleosis with Nutrition

Mononucleosis is a viral infection causing swollen lymph glands (especially in the neck), sore throat and fever, sore throat. It is often associated with Epstein Barr virus (herpes virus related to the agents that cause  chicken pox and cold sores) but can also be...

How to Eliminate Migraines for Good

Classic migraine: Preceded by an aura, can consist of disturbances of vision, speech health-issues, weakness and sensory disturbances and particularly heightened sensitivity to noise. An aura may also consist of brilliant stars, sparks, flashes or simple geometric...

Menopause

As women reach their late 30s to early 40s, the reproductive tract begins to show signs of aging. Estrogen begins to fluctuate between low and high levels of production, lasting through the menopause transition and continuing for one to seven years. This stage is...