Learn about the importance of early diagnosis and treatment when it comes to’ Children’s Health. Vitamin E is naturally present in the skin, especially the epidermis, and is found in Continue Reading
Learn about the importance of early diagnosis and treatment when it comes to’ Children’s Health. Vitamin E is naturally present in the skin, especially the epidermis, and is found in the oil-producing sebaceous glands. These glands secrete sebum, an oily, waxy substance that forms a protective, moisturizing coating on the surface of the skin. Taking oral supplements increases the amount of vitamin E in sebum , thus increasing the moisture on the surface of the skin. Fish. Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to heart, vision, and brain health, and they are in greater abundance in seafood than in any other food, including flaxseed and walnuts. While there is no vaccine for the coronavirus, some doctors are trying out a potent brew of anti-retroviral and flu drugs to treat those infected, but the science is inconclusive as to whether they are effective. The Bacillus Calmette-Guerin vaccine was developed in the early 1900s as a protection against tuberculosis. The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Australia is conducting a Phase 3 trial called the BRACE to see if the vaccine partly protects against the coronavirus. Murray suspects that as many as 50 percent of adults with celiac disease go undiagnosed either because they don’t have weight loss and other signs and symptoms thought to be typical of the disease or because they’ve put themselves on a gluten-free diet, which can skew the results of the blood test. Testing and treatment protocols are addressed for each of these conditions. Differences between using natural or bioidentical forms of hormones versus synthetic versions are addressed. The blood test for magnesium, for example, is not accurate measurement of body’s levels on this mineral. Symptoms of various deficiencies are listed. Some of the conditions addressed in this book are not considered a valid diagnosis by the current U.S. medical system, such as chronic yeast infection. Chelation and safe ways to remove toxins such as mercury is addressed. The importance of restful sleep cannot be overestimated and Dr. Nathan addresses ways to help with sleep issues. Cancer, autoimmune issues, and autism are covered in separate chapters. The chapter on cancer talks about the Livingston vaccine that targets a bacterium that can cause cancer. Apparently, there is a bacterium that has pleomorphic properties, the ability to change shape and appearance and is called progenitor cryptocides. As for autism, many as one in 50 children may be developing this. Each patient is biochemically unique. Furthermore, in this age of technology, all of us are getting exposed to toxins, whether it is in the air, the water, the food, and even medicines.