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HI friends any one knows about KALAWALLA A unsupported claims about the remedial effects of KALAWALLA in the treatment of M.S KALAWALLAwill regulate the T cells that build up attack the CNS.KALAWALLA has been used Europe to treat MS over the past5 years with great success . It will appreciated if any one let me know more about KALAWALLA and it use for M.S. I am from Sydney Australia I like to buy in Australia. ...

Association between nutritional quality and MS (2015)

Kroushavi, M., Behrooz, M., Rashidkhani, B., Bahadori, N., & Hekmatdoost, A. (2015). Association between index of nutritional quality and multiple sclerosis. Journal of School of Public Health and Institute of Public Health Research, 12(3), 0-0. Chicago ... lc_lang=en

Background and Aim: The role of nutritional quality of the diet in the development and progression of multiple sclerosis (MS) is not yet well understood. The aim of the present ...
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2007 Study - Mineral Status in MS

Assessment of serum magnesium, copper, and zinc levels in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients ... lc_lang=fa
"We found that serum level of magnesium, copper, and zinc is significantly decreased in patients inflicted with MS. This is shown in some other studies and may result in use of supplemental use of trace elements for MS patients to either decrease symptoms or complications"
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2011 Meta-Analysis - Latitude and MS

Latitude is significantly associated with the prevalence of multiple sclerosis: a meta-analysis ... 0432.short
"This, the most comprehensive review of MS prevalence to date, has confirmed a statistically significant positive association between MS prevalence and latitude globally. Exceptions to the gradient in the Italian region and northern Scandinavia are likely a result of genetic and behavioural–cultural variations. The persistence of a positive gradient in Europe after adjustment for ...
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Anyone tried BrainSustain?

Wondering if anyone has tried Xymogen NeuroActives BrainSustain? I recently decided to go to a nutritionist to work with me about some of my theories of my MS being a biochemical process gone wrong. My approach is to try and deal with each of my theories (infection, BBB, Lipids, hormonal etc) and rule them each out as a cause so that in the end I am normal again. 8O ...
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Comparative absorption of curcumin formulations

Using absorption enhanced forms of curcumin makes a difference. ... -13-11.pdf

Background: The potential health benefits of curcumin are limited by its poor solubility, low absorption from the gut, rapid metabolism and rapid systemic elimination. The purpose of this study was the comparative measurement of the increases in levels of curcuminoids (curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin) and the metabolite tetrahydrocurcumin after oral administration of three different curcumin formulations in comparison ...
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L-Threonine for MS Spasticity

I am currently researching L-Threonine for multiple sclerosis Spasticity and would like to ask if anyone has info.

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Magnesium the neglected mineral

The People's Pharmacy recently interviewed Dr. Carolyn Dean author of The Magnesium Miracle discussing the benefits of magnesium and proper test levels. ... d-mineral/

The full interview will be freely available for the next 6 weeks.
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Cocoa Compounds Boost Brain Function

The People's Pharmacy report on a recent Nature paper showing that coco compounds, i.e., flavanols, boost brain function. ... -function/

Enhancing dentate gyrus function with dietary flavanols improves cognition in older adults
Nature Neuroscience (2014) doi:10.1038/nn.3850

    The dentate gyrus (DG) is a region in the hippocampal formation whose function declines in association with human aging and is therefore considered to be a possible source of age-related memory decline. ...
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