Nitrates May Be Environmental Trigger For Alzheimer’s, Diabetes And Parkinson’s Disease

Interesting article at Science Daily. It actually supports my belief that the inability of converting folic acid to folate plays a role in Alzheimer’s. Folic acid and folate actually counteracts the harmful effects of nitrates. Nitrates May Be Environmental Trigger For Alzheimer’s, Diabetes And Parkinson’s Disease

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Folic Acid, Heart Disease, Alzheimer’s, and Strokes

Genetic Defect May Cause Vitamin Deficiency Leading To Strokes, Alzheimer’s, And Heart Attacks. About one in 7 people have a genetic deficiency that keeps them from converting folic acid to its final usable form 5-methyl-tetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF). This gives them a folate deficiency even though they have plenty in their diet or supplements. Other causes for […]

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Constipation Part 2 – Antibiotics

Last week’s topic was about chronic constipation and a case study that showed upper cervical chiropractic can help with chronic constipation. If you have chronic constipation, make sure you are in alignment. Also make sure that you are drinking enough water and eating enough fiber. Sometimes constipation can be a side effect from medications, so […]

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Threats to small farms and farmers markets part II

Evidently H.R. 875 is dead. However there are other bills coming up that may be even worse. In my earlier article I alluded to the NAIS bills that seem to be going forward. HR 1332 would put a lot of small farms out of business because of table to restaurant record keeping of produce and […]

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Sweet Misery. Documentary on Aspartame and Nutrasweet.

In the mid 1960’s, a scientist working for the GD Searle company on an ulcer medication, tasted the powder that he was working on. He found it sweet, and this is the story of it becoming the major artificial sweetener sold today. Nutrasweet is the trade name for the chemical aspartame. Here it is:   Part 2 […]

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