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  1. MedNat
    01-30-2012 05:44 AM
    Hi, You mentioned that you had the MS paper written by Corthals published in the QRoB. Would you please send a copy to me? Thank you. [ mxpklup1 at yahoo.com ]
  2. corehealth
    05-15-2011 03:45 PM
    I'm very gratefull to your knowledge. I wanted to share latest research on increasing glutathione I found.

    The Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Crossover Clinical Study.
    That only in 60 days this science was able to Increase Intracellular Glutathione
    levels by 262% this was the only one that I found that does this.

    It Increased DHEA (one of 10 atging markers) by 46%
    Increased IGF-1 (one of 10 aging markers) by 41%
    Decreased Tumor Necrosis Factor (cellular inflammation) by 37%

    Have you heard of this before?
  3. Saint2K
    04-20-2011 05:29 PM
    Hi Ted,

    Sorry to trouble you, but I was hoping you could answer a question.

    I live in the UK like yourself, and have been taking 5000iu Vitamin D3 now for almost a year.

    I have never been tested, and I'm not sure my GP will test me for Vitamin D without good reason.

    Can you recommend any genuine, safe and reliable home tests or retailers where I can provide a sample for testing?

    I can see from previous posts that you mentioned Grassroots, however they appear to require $60 every six months for the test kit, which is a little more than I can afford.

    Thanks in advance.



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Posted 06-09-2011 at 02:02 AM by Ted_Hutchinson Comments 0
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Study finds negativity tied to physical pain

For placebo effects in medicine, seeing is believing.
The gold standard for determining the efficacy of biomedical therapies is the detection of a significant difference between the therapeutic effects of an active pharmacological agent or procedure and a matched inert placebo in a randomized controlled trial.
Detecting this difference has become a challenge for medicine, especially for outcomes that are based

Posted 05-09-2011 at 02:56 AM by Ted_Hutchinson Comments 1
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I though it may be an idea to copy a series of posts from another forum to this site as it may be relevant to readers here.
Controlling Urinary Tract Infections.
I mentioned on another thread how I no longer get UTI infections although I have to self catheterise every time I need to pee.
I don't have to explain to people how tiring, stressful and debilitating having repeat UTI's can be. For those who aren't aware if you continually insert a foreign body into a part of your...

Posted 02-24-2011 at 01:58 PM by Ted_Hutchinson Comments 2
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Nutrition and Alzheimer's disease: The detrimental role of a high carbohydrate diet
Alzheimer's disease is a devastating disease whose recent increase in incidence rates has broad implications
for rising health care costs.
Huge amounts of research money are currently being invested in seeking the
underlying cause, with corresponding progress in understanding the disease progression.
In this paper, we highlight how an excess of dietary carbohydrates, particularly
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