The gut and the brain are pretty far apart, but increasingly scientists are connecting the dots and finding that Parkinson’s is truly related to gut bacteria.
Tagged: Parkinson’s disease
A condition often misdiagnosed as Parkinson’s disease – manganism – is related to toxic exposures. Find out the sources of exposure and the latest research on natural treatments that may just eliminate the condition.
Multiple studies have now linked Parkinson’s disease with excess exposure to heavy metals. Find out which two have the most association.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has now been linked to mothers’ pesticide exposures. Pesticide exposures are also linked to other cognitive and behavioral problems.
Research is confirming the ancient Ayurvedic remedy Ashwagandha may provide one of our safest anticancer treatments, along with treatment for anxiety, osteoarthritis and possibly Parkinson’s.
The possibility that Parkinson’s disease is linked with pesticide exposure has been suggested by those in the natural medicine community. New research finds this was more than a suspicion.
Multiple studies have found that dentists who install and remove amalgams containing mercury have higher levels of mercury in their bodies. And mercury is a proven toxin with neurological effects.
Several recent studies suggest a nutrient derived from a green algae species improves cognitive impairment and may treat conditions relating to neuron damage such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
A review of research from Belgium’s Catholic University of Louvain has confirmed that Parkinson’s disease is linked to occupational exposure to pesticides. The researchers, working with the Louvain Center for Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, analyzed studies between 1985 and 2011 that looked at...
Italian researchers have found that sleep disorders are associated with Parkinson’s disease and dementia. This confirms a series of French studies that showed people with REM-stage sleep disorders were more likely…
A number of studies released in 2011 and early 2012 are revealing that turmeric and its central constituent, curcumin, may help prevent and even treat nerve cell and brain cell disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Turmeric is a powder ground...