Sweet success? Study backs mannitol for Parkinson’s disease

In CategoryOther Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

Mannitol is a genetically modified (cancer causing) and chemically alcohol distilled polyol sweetener, with a long proven history of massive intestinal distress, colon cancer, nutrient depletion to the body and remains an excipient (bulking) cutting agent/ingredient in the illegal cocaine business.

Mannitol, some decades ago, was the primary active in infant laxatives pulled from the market place after infant internal bleeding and death.

The attached article is JUNK/FRAUD SCIENCE at it’s worse.

~ Uncle Russ

The sweetener mannitol may help decrease the risk of Parkinson’s disease by reducing the  potentially dangerous ‘clumping’ of proteins in the brain, according to new research.

Sweet success? Study backs mannitol for Parkinson’s disease

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Eating flavonoids protects men against Parkinson’s disease

In CategoryMen's Health, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

Zija’s moringa products are rich in bioavailable flavonoids.

~ Uncle Russ

Men who eat flavonoid-rich foods such as berries, tea, apples and red wine significantly reduce their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to new research by Harvard University and the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Eating flavonoids protects men against Parkinson’s disease

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Study links refrigerant, degreasing chemical to increased risk of Parkinson’s disease

In CategoryOther Human Health Conditions, Toxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

A study recently published in the journal The Annals of Neurologyhas identified a link between trichloroethylene (TCE), a chemical solvent used in refrigerants and metal degreasing solutions, and increased risk of Parkinson’s disease.

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Common amphetamine drugs linked to Parkinson’s disease

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

A new study to be presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology says that users of amphetamine drugs like benzedrine and dexedrine have a heightened risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.

 

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Early indications of Parkinson’s disease revealed in dream sleep

In CategoryOther Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

During a large-scale study of the socioeconomic costs of this neurodegenerative disease, Danish researchers, some from the University of Copenhagen, discovered that very early symptoms of Parkinson’s disease may be revealed in dream or REM sleep.

Early indications of Parkinson’s disease revealed in dream sleep

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Neurologists Predict More Cases of Stroke, Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease and Epilepsy

In CategoryAlzheimer's, Cardiovascular Health, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

It’s The Dumb-Downed Food & Beverage Chain, Stupid.

GOT ZIJA®?!

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Jan. 24, 2011) — As the population ages, neurologists will be challenged by a growing population of patients with stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.

Neurologists Predict More Cases of Stroke, Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease and Epilepsy

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More patients will suffer stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy: neurologists

In CategoryAlzheimer's, Cardiovascular Health, Seizure Disorders
ByRuss Bianchi

It’s a lack of wholesome nutrient intake in food and beverage as well as lack of fat or oil intake.

~ Uncle Russ

As the population ages, neurologists will be challenged by a growing population of patients with stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.

More patients will suffer stroke, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy: neurologists

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Frenchman sues Glaxo over drug that made him ‘sex addict’

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

A French father-of-two is to take GlaxoSmithKline to court on Tuesday, alleging the British firm’s drug to treat Parkinson’s disease turned him into a gay sex and gambling addict.

Frenchman sues Glaxo over drug that made him ‘sex addict’

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Lilly Spending $800M On Firm With Alzheimer’s Drug Pipeline

In CategoryAlzheimer's, Blood Glucose Conditions, Drugs and Drug Companies
ByRuss Bianchi

How come there was no Alzheimer’s or Dementia 45 years ago? It’s the food and beverage chain, lack of real fat and oil absorption, and HFCS, stupid.

Drugs Kill, Plants Cure.

~ Uncle Russ

Indianapolis-based drug maker Eli Lilly intends to purchase Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, Inc., a privately held company whose focus is helping doctors diagnose Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and diabetes.

Lilly Spending $800M On Firm With Alzheimer’s Drug Pipeline

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Low vitamin D levels linked to Parkinson’s disease

In CategoryAlzheimer's, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

Low levels of vitamin D in the blood may increase the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to a study conducted by researchers from Finland’s National Institute for Health and Welfare and published in the journal Archives of Neurology.

Low vitamin D levels linked to Parkinson’s disease

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Study: Brain energy crisis may spark Parkinson’s

In CategoryBrain/Mental Health, Other Human Health Conditions
ByRuss Bianchi

Drugs kill, plants cure.

GOT ZIJA?!

~ Uncle Russ

Parkinson’s disease may stem from an energy crisis in the brain, years before symptoms appear.

Study: Brain energy crisis may spark Parkinson’s

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Sleep Disorder May Signal Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease Up to 50 Years Early

In CategoryAlzheimer's, Other Human Health Conditions, Sleep/Insomnia
ByRuss Bianchi

More PHONY marketing of “disorders, conditions, & syndromes” by Big Pharma death merchants to push more phony and dangerous drugs.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (July 29, 2010) — A new study shows that a sleep disorder may be a sign of dementia or Parkinson’s disease up to 50 years before the disorders are diagnosed.

Sleep Disorder May Signal Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease Up to 50 Years Early

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Vitamin D may slash Parkinson’s risk: Study

In CategoryOther Human Health Conditions, Vitamins
ByRuss Bianchi

High blood levels of vitamin D may reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease by 67 per cent, compared with low levels of the sunshine vitamin, says a new study from Finland.

Vitamin D may slash Parkinson’s risk: Study

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Sense of smell holds the key to diagnosis and treatment in early stage Parkinson’s disease

In CategoryOther Human Health Conditions, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

Gothenburg, Sweden: A fast, simple and non invasive test of the ability to smell may be an important tool to screen people who are likely to develop Parkinson’s disease (PD), in which motor symptoms only become evident at a later stage of the disease, a German scientist will tell the annual conference of the European Society of Human Genetics today (Saturday).

Sense of smell holds the key to diagnosis and treatment in early stage Parkinson’s disease

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Genes and Pesticide Exposure Interact to Increase Men’s Risk for Parkinson’s Disease

In CategoryMen's Health, Other Human Health Conditions, Products, Health Dangers, Etc, Toxins, Pollution, Contaminants, Chemicals, Etc
ByRuss Bianchi

PESTICIDES, INSECTICIDES, HERBICIDES & Genetic Modification in highly processed food and beverage are the leading cause of these cancers.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (June 14, 2010) — Genetic mutations and workplace exposure to some insecticides together appear to be associated with an increased risk for Parkinson’s disease among men, according to a report in the June issue of Archives of Neurology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.

Genes and Pesticide Exposure Interact to Increase Men’s Risk for Parkinson’s Disease

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An Ibuprofen a Day Could Keep Parkinson’s Disease Away, Study Suggests

In CategoryDrugs and Drug Companies, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

Another prime example of Big Pharma bamboozling consumers. This is not true.  Do not believe.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Feb. 18, 2010) — New research shows people who regularly take ibuprofen may reduce their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to a study released February 17 that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 62nd Annual Meeting in Toronto April 10 to April 17, 2010.

American Academy of Neurology. “An Ibuprofen a Day Could Keep Parkinson’s Disease Away, Study Suggests.” ScienceDaily 18 February 2010.

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Industrial Cleaner Linked to Increased Risk of Parkinson’s Disease

In CategoryProducts, Health Dangers, Etc, Treatments, Therapy, Recovery, Health Care
ByRuss Bianchi

Forget industrial cleaners, MANY household cleaners are just as toxic and unnecessary in use.

~ Uncle Russ

ScienceDaily (Feb. 8, 2010) — Workers exposed to tricholorethylene (TCE), a chemical once widely used to clean metal such as auto parts, may be at a significantly higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 62nd Annual Meeting in Toronto April 10 to April 17, 2010.

American Academy of Neurology. “Industrial Cleaner Linked to Increased Risk of Parkinson’s Disease.” ScienceDaily 8 February 2010.

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