- Created on Tuesday, 24 November 2009 14:47
Healing Multiple Sclerosis
A Survey of Nutritional Literature
Multiple sclerosis has nutritional causes and nutritional cures.
by Eric Armstrong
This article outlines information on multiple sclerosis (MS) that surfaced while doing literature research on nutrition and health. Many references are given. Check them out. Study them.
There are two reasons. The first reason is to assure yourself that what is written here makes sense -- or disprove it, if some of the information turns out to be wrong.
- Created on Thursday, 26 November 2009 16:39
Healthy Liver / Gallbladder & Cholesterol Crystals
Many nutritionists believe diet is the most important factor as gallstones rarely develop in populations that eat a
more traditional, unrefined diet. To understand how gallstones form, it is necessary to understand how the biliary tract functions.
To learn about liver cleanses and gall bladder flushing -
- Created on Thursday, 26 November 2009 16:02
Vitamins and Minerals - Are you Wasting Money? Are they actually Dangerous?
Why is the number of people purchasing vitamins and minerals increasing daily? Is it because they feel that they are not getting adequate nutrition from the food they eat? If there are so many of these people using supplements why are degenerative diseases such as cancer, arthritis, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia etc. still on the rise?
It appears that we are not getting adequate nutrition from our food and even the vitamins and minerals that we faithfully buy and down daily don't appear to help. What is wrong???? Why are people wasting money on something that doesn't appear to work? Are people really getting the benefit from what they are buying?
Is it possible that taking supplements can cause us harm?
- Created on Friday, 20 November 2009 15:05
Osteoporosis? Watch what you eat.
First thing is an acid called Oxalic acid. This is a naturally-occurring substance found in some foods that binds with important nutrients, making them inaccessible to the body. Oxalic acid may combine with calcium, iron, sodium, magnesium, or potassium to form less soluble salts known as oxalates. Oxalates also occur naturally in plants.
To find out the foods containing Oxalic Acid
- Created on Friday, 20 November 2009 21:44
Conquering Allergies by Eric Armstrong
Allergies should be considered the early warning sign of health complications yet to come. Arthritis and other even more serious conditions have their roots in allergic reactions. The basis for allergies is nutritional, and the remedy is, similarly, nutritional.
by Eric Armstrong
An allergy is the body's reaction to a foreign invader. True, we are subjected to pollutants, allergens, and carcinogens like never before in history. But the question remains, how do they enter the body?
The answer is "cell well integrity" and the main culprit in undermining that integrity is partially hydrogenated oils.
The good news is that virtually every soft tissue in your body is regenerated every two years. That means you can do something about it.
In the article that follows, the causes of allergies is examined, and methods for attacking them discribed.
- Created on Monday, 23 November 2009 21:03
Overcoming Obesity -- Balanced Body Chemistry
By: Pauline Robinson, Fri Jun 16th, 2006
Dr. Paul C. Eck and Dr. Larry Wilson suggested the idea that obesity is related to an energy deficit brought about by imbalanced body chemistry. This energy deficit is believed to impair fat metabolism, lead to excess water retention or fat deposition, and cause cravings for foods that perpetuate the obesity problem.
They feel that to treat obesity effectively, the rate at which one oxidizes or burns food must be carefully considered. How efficiently one burns food depends largely on optimal thyroid and adrenal gland activity. The importance of specific nutrients, based on oxidation types, cannot be overemphasized.
Just how does a person find out what the rate that they oxidize foods is?