Parkinson’s disease has now been linked to pesticide exposure and herbicide exposure by a number of scientific studies. Learn which specific chemicals are the most problematic and how prevalent they are in our foods.
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A chorus of research is pointing to the fact that Garlic can be a significant form of treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
Researchers have found Parkinson’s disease is linked to abnormal gut bacteria. Why? New research uncovers the link.
New research confirms that acupuncture is effective for reducing Parkinson’s symptoms whether used with or without conventional treatment.
Native Americans successfully used herbs to treat disease. Research is now finding that some of these herbs may treat Parkinson’s disease.
Qigong and Tai chi are exercises with ancient roots. Now we find science proving Qigong and Tai chi can be used to treat Parkinson’s disease.
Gingko biloba has been used for brain health and neurological conditions for centuries. Research is now confirming that Ginkgo can treat children with ADHD – even those currently on medication.
Drug-induced Parkinson’s is only one of the possible side effects of antipsychotic meds. New research finds an ancient herbal medicine reverses Drug-induced Parkinson’s and treats a number of other mental conditions, including schizophrenia and dementia.
Recent research is confirming that vitamin E not only slows the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. But mixed forms of tocopherols and tocotrienols also significantly reduce cognitive decline.
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.
Despite the evidence, many of us still ask whether it is worth it to buy organic foods. If you have any doubt, here’s the crucial evidence along with a video illustrating just how toxic non-organic foods are.
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.
A new study has found naps increase the risk of early death. Why? Here is the real reason daytime napping increases the risk of dying.