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  1. Landmark Study Finds: Mercury Poisoning Causes Autism

    Paul G. King, Ph.D.
    October 10, 2008

    WASHINGTON, DC – New study, “Biomarkers of Environmental Toxicity and Susceptibility in Autism” in the peer-reviewed Journal of the Neurological ...
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    Re: Psychobiotics: Bacteria For Your Brain?

    Excellent article, thanks, Islander. Be sure to click on the link "microbiome in mental health and behavior" in the above article for further information on the role of inflammation in depression. ...
  3. Re: Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds

    Here is another article on probiotics, referred to as psychobiotics, that I believe belongs in this thread.

    http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/psychobiotics-bacteria-your-brain?page=1
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    Re: How Microbes Influence our Minds

    Here is another article on probiotics to go along with this thread. It refers to probiotics as psychobiotics.

    http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/psychobiotics-bacteria-your-brain?page=1
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    Sticky: Re: LEF article on inflammation

    I talked to a Life Extension Health Advisor about the safety of their green tea extract, and mentioned the National Institutes of Health article about liver toxicity of green tea extract. They...
  6. Re: Medicating Our Kids: A New Perspective on ADHD

    The Life Extension Foundation has a protocol on ADHD which includes nutrient recommendations.
    http://www.lef.org/protocols/emotional_health/attention_deficit_hyperactivity_01.htm#introduction
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    Sticky: Re: LEF article on inflammation

    There is new information from LEF about how to combat chronic inflammation. I thought it should go in this thread, rather than creating a new thread, since it is follow-on information.

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    Re: A long journey back

    Thanks for the encouragement, Pattypans and Julieann. I'm working on the ebook now, and hope to have it finished by the time I have been off medications for a year. It's still hard to organize my...
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    Re: A long journey back

    Thanks for the welcome, highlander. You'd be amazed at what you can do!
  10. Re: Fraudulent nature of Human Papillomavirus vaccines

    Thanks, Aaltrude. I'm looking forward to contributing more.
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    Sticky: Re: LEF article on inflammation

    Hi LMW, I see you've found LEF. This is an excellent article, thanks for posting it. More can be found at http://www.lef.org/protocols/index.htm
    Another way to find great LEF articles is to google...
  12. Fraudulent nature of Human Papillomavirus vaccines

    By Dave Mihalovic
    Dec. 15, 2013

    "Just two years ago, a publication in the Annals of Medicine exposed the fraudulent nature of Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines. Key messages the researchers...
  13. Re: Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds

    I use Theralac carried by Life Extension Foundation. It regularly costs 35.96, but it lasts two months. http://www.lef.org/Vitamins-Supplements/Item01038/Theralac.html?source=search&key=probiotics ...
  14. Re: Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds

    Anti-psychotic drugs that suppress seratonin and dopamine, also cause dyspepsia, (heartburn). Almost all bipolar patients wind up on Prilosec soon after starting bipolar meds. I got off Prilosec by...
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    Re: How Microbes Influence our Minds

    Reesacat, this is a very important article to me. One of the first things that bipolar medications do is disrupt the gut. Every bipolar person I know is put on Prilosec. When I found out that it...
  16. Re: Dr. Daniel Amen Ted Talk On 83,000 Brain Scans Later...What We Have Learned

    Excellent, Reesacat! I checked the library catalog on the internet and ordered "Change Your Brain, Change Your Life," "Magnificent Mind At Any Age," "Preventing Alzheimers," (because the brain...
  17. Re: Dr. Daniel Amen Ted Talk On 83,000 Brain Scans Later...What We Have Learned

    I watch Dr. Amens lectures on PBS with great interest. His brain scan images and success stories are fascinating, but I'm also left wanting more information on how to rehabilitate a damaged brain. I...
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    Re: A long journey back

    Thank you for your kind wishes, wr7467. What a great quote by Dresden James!
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    Re: A long journey back

    Hi Islander, I should add that that is a very impressive improvement in your A1c. I hope I can get my Mom to check out this site, she has diabetes and it would be good for her to meet someone who...
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    Re: A long journey back

    Thank you, Samurai,
    We know what loss can do. I am so happy to have found this site with all the wonderful, supportive people. I am indebted to Islander for ushering me in here.
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    Re: A long journey back

    Thanks, Reesacat, that is certainly a great endorsement for the Wahls protocol. I'm so sorry about the loss of your husband, thank goodness you improved enough to take care of yourself.
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    Re: A long journey back

    Thanks bmc65 for the supportive comment! There's so much information here to catch up on, I'll spend many hours and days and probably weeks at it!
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    Re: A long journey back

    Hi Islander, I did some research on the cinnamon and found out that the toxic substance you referred to that interferes with blood clotting is coumarin and it is not an aldehyde which is mentioned in...
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    Re: A long journey back

    Hi Reesacat, I'm grain free, but I've been using whey protein shakes with organic milk for my protein and calcium source and meal replacement to keep my calories down. I'm switching to raw, grass...
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    Re: A long journey back

    Thanks, Jane. I followed the link to facebook and liked it. There was some very interesting content, I'll enjoy browsing there.
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