The Western diet contains an average of 16.6 mmol/day of sulphate compared with the 2.7 mmol/day consumed by the average rural African. Animal studies have shown that high levels of sulphated polysaccharides
Stroke prevention, like heart disease prevention, is largely a matter of common sense. Lifestyle changes may be unlikely to produce immediate benefits; one study, for instance, concluded that diet ...
* Test for allergies, metal poisoning and other toxins such as pesticides, except in cases of autism. (The effects of autism are due to toxicity of foods, rather than allergies per se, and the tests won’t pick up any reaction.)
Suspect acidity if you:
* take excessive strenuous exercise, which causes lactic acid to accumulate in the blood
* are diabetic, which tends to cause acidosis through loss of potassium, sodium and ketones in the urine
High blood pressure in the elderly can be safely reduced without drugs just by taking a mineral salt containing magnesium and potassium, researchers in the Netherlands have discovered. ...
Studies into the effects of high animal-protein intake compared with vegetarianism on the risk of osteoporosis have produced confusing and contradictory findings.
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