Dietary intake of antioxidants, particularly vitamins C and E, may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s, according to recent evidence.
In 1997, my therapist told me that my leaking amalgam fillings were the reason I felt so poorly. I found it hard to believe that the NHS would use mercury, which is classed as toxic waste,
I recently became aware of American research linking lead to tooth decay. The research does not appear to be well known in this country. It was only recently published in a medical journal (JAMA, 1999, Jun 23-30).
I am 45 years old. About five years ago, I began to notice that I was losing pigment in my hands and face. Since that time, the problem has only got worse. As I am of Mediterranean descent and a ...
Along with nutrient imbalances, the Pfeiffer Center has found that an overload of copper and toxic substances also contributes to mental problems such as bipolar disorder. Depressives with high copper levels usually have a history of hyperactivity,