Matthew Phillips Talk on Parkinson’s Dietary Study Is there an “optimal” diet for Parkinson’s? This question has been debated for years. On one hand, low-fat, high-carbohydrate diets may increase brain dopamine, an important chemical deficient in Parkinson’s. On the other hand, a high-fat, low-carbohydrate “ketogenic” diet may enhance the brain mitochondria that produce energy for […]

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Science says eating just one meal per day can improve your health. Connect with Bill Curtis: https://www.thefourthfoodgroup.com/ Key Timestamps: 01:55 Journalist Bill Curtis has had Parkinson’s since 2000. As predicted, he was dramatically affected 10 years later with advanced Parkinson’s. Now the only symptom he has is a slight tremor.   04:48 Within about 2 hours […]

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One of the BEST PROTECTION against FREE RADICALS Antioxidant role of Vitamin E in prevention of prostate cancer, heart disease, vision loss and neurological diseases. Time stamps for this video:00:40 What is Vitamin E?00:58 Vitamin E and Health05:27 Where is Vitamin E contained?05:53 Vitamin E Dietary Reference Intake06:32 Vitamin E reference ranges06:54 Vitamin E deficiency07:54 […]

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Dr. Joel Wallach beginning the show discussing Parkinson’s disease. Outlining some of the causes of the disease. Asserting many chronic diseases can be prevented and reversed through lifestyle changes. Pearls of Wisdom Doug Winfrey and Ben Fuchs discuss a news article concerning a study of fatal heart attacks. The study finding that people are having […]

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Just the word, “Alzheimer’s” can be frightening. It steals memories and is one of America’s leading causes of death. But Dr. Dale Bredesen, author of the book, The End of Alzheimer’s,  has resarched Alzheimer’s for decades. He says it’s possible to not only prevent its onset, but actually reverse the symptoms of the disease. “Alzheimer’s disease is no […]

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Ketosis and Parkinson’s can help? Ketosis Therapeutic Potential of the Ketogenic Diet 1. Introduction to low carb A low-carb diet means that you eat fewer carbohydrates and a higher proportion of fat. This can also be called a low-carb, high-fat diet (LCHF) or a keto diet.4 For decades we’ve been told that fat is detrimental […]

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