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Immune – Herbal antibiotic formulas

All the technical information has been stolen from reliable sources and I am happy to stand behind it. —Edward Abbey When making herbal tinctures you need to know the proportion of water to alcohol—among other...

Restless Legs Syndrome in Neurological Disorders

Despite the importance of genetic factors in restless legs syndrome (RLS), environmental factors and acquired conditions are likely to play major roles in determining which individuals develop RLS. They are likely to also affect...

Anxiety Diet – Avoid Sugar and Control Blood Sugar Swings

Eating refined sugar and other refined, processed carbohydrates, and the resulting excessive fluctuations in blood sugar levels, can contribute to anxiety. Addressing these factors often reduces and sometimes completely alleviates anxiety, nervousness, irritability, and...

Metabolic Syndrome: Practical Implications of a Concept

1 Epidemiologic Transition: The Driving Force of Metabolic Syndrome Following the reduction of cardiovascular disease mortality observed in high-income regions of the world in the last decades of the 20th century, humanity is facing...

Vascular Glucose Transport and the Metabolic Syndrome

The metabolic syndrome comprises a wide range of physiopathological abnormalities, all involved in systemic changes, occurring in different territories of the body. Glucose transporter changes throughout the body are observed in diverse degrees in...

Angiogenesis in the Metabolic Syndrome

Angiogenesis is crucial both in physiological and in pathological conditions. Evidence has been gathered regarding the involvement of angiogenesis in metabolic syndrome-associated disorders, including visceral obesity, dyslipi-daemias, atherosclerosis and diabetes. Indeed, metabolic syndrome is...

What to Eat to Treat Diabetes

Diabetes affects the cardiovascular, glandular, musculoskeletal, and respiratory immune centers. Chicken soup may be good for the common cold, but onion soup is just what the dietician ordered for diabetes. Both onions and garlic...