Its quiet interesting how they have chosen a commercially available product / dosage. It almost appears as if the manufacturer is sponsoring the trial in some way. I checked their web site, and I know its not an answer, but they have an email address email@example.comLonging4Cheese wrote:Anyone know what's up with the study on "Triomar," which is I guess a pharmaceuticalized form of omega-3s?
Longing4Cheese wrote:that was an older study, of "dietary advice" (was the advice to reduce sat fats?) and to take fish oil, reported in 2001.
Reduce your intake of saturated fat in the diet and increase the amount of omega-3 fatty acids:
Spis fisk til middag 3 - 4 ganger i uken. Eat fish for dinner 3 - 4 times a week. Inkluder fet fisk - også som pålegg. Please include oily fish - including that order.
Velg magert kjøtt. Select magere meat. Kylling og kalkun anbefales også. Chicken and turkey are recommended as well.
Bruk skummet melk/ lettmelk og magre/ halvfete oster. Use foam milk / lettmelk and magre / halvfete cheeses.
Bruk olivenolje i matlagingen og reduser mengden av smør/ margarin på brødet. Use olive oil in cooking and reduce the amount of butter / margarine on bread.
Mengden antioksidanter økes ved å: The amount of antioxidants increased by:
Spise mye grønnsaker; rå eller lettkokte. Eat a lot of vegetables; raw or lettkokte.
Spise et par frukter hver dag. Eating a couple of fruit each day.
Bruk grove kornsorter Use grove kornsorter
Reduser inntaket av sukker, søtsaker, brus og kaker Reduce your intake of sugar, sweets, drinks and cakes
Reduser kaffe og svart te til et par kopper om dagen Reduce coffee and black tea to a couple of cups a day
Unngå matvarer som du reagerer negativt på Avoid foods that you react negatively on
Kosttilskudd (daglig - ved frokost): Dietary (daily - at the breakfast):
En skje Møllers tran (5 ml) A happen Mill tran (5 ml)
200 mg Ester-C (syrenøytral vitamin C) 200 mg Ester-C (syrenøytral vitamin C)
B-vitaminkompleks (Berthelsen Vegetamin) B-vitaminkompleks (Berthelsen Vegetamin)
I denne studien ble pasientene også bedt om å drikke så lite alkohol som mulig og å unngå røyking. In this study patients were also asked to drink alcohol as little as possible and to avoid smoking.
so I recognized her name immediately when I read her article, Exercise and Gait Retraining in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis in the Summer 2008 issue of MSQR (Multiple Sclerosis Quarterly Report), (To download publications free of charge, go to www.unitedspinal.org and click on publications at the top of the page.)I'd like to send this to Dr. Barbara Giesser of UCLA, who told me emphatically in February of 2008, and I quote, "There is not one iota of evidence that the Swank diet affects MS."
And this article was published in 2001.
In general, suffixes are used to identify a class of medicines; thus all monoclonal antibodies end with the suffix -mab. Different infixes (the syllables in the middle of the word), however, are used depending on the structure and function of the drug. The first syllable is a unique prefix developed by the pharmaceutical company. The next syllable describes the target that the antibody was developed to treat, for example "tu" is for tumor antibodies, "li" is for immune cell antibodies and so forth. The third infix is the source of the antibody, if it is mouse antibody "mo" is used, if it is humanized as described above, "zu" is used, and if it is chimeric "xi" is written. As we mentioned above, the last syllable is always the suffix "mab," standing for monoclonal antibody.
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