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Today, a message of hope to those of you who have children with attention deficit disorder.
In June 2012, a study was published dealing with children whose ADHD was not well controlled with Ritalin or similar drugs. These hard to control kids were put on 1000 mg of omega-3 fatty acids for six months, that’s about 3000 mg of fish oil. It was found that there was a significant improvement in how well these kids did at home and at school. The children were found to be less restless and aggressive. They were better in completing their school work and their academic performance improved. Parents and teachers reported that the kids were less impulsive and more
You know your height and weight. You probably have a rough idea about your cholesterol number and what it should be. You might know your blood pressure. But there’s another number that most people don’t know, but should.
That number is your 25 hydroxy vitamin D level. Modern Americans avoid sun exposure in an effort to avoid wrinkles and skin cancer. But skipping the sunshine means that they don’t make enough vitamin D. Many studies have now established that the lower your vitamin D, the higher your risk of cancer, autoimmune disease, and premature death.
I recommend that everyone get their vitamin
Any discussion about Estrogen is usually limited to women. But estrogen, that most “female” of hormone types, plays a role in the hormonal balance of healthy men as well. This is especially true in the link between estrogen, testosterone and prostate cancer.
I recently received an e-mail from a woman suffering from Type I Diabetes. She heard me talk about the work we do here at Longevity Medical Clinic helping patients with Type II Diabetes overcome their illness until they are for all practical purposes “cured.” This writer took me to task for using that optimistic term. For her sake and yours, let me explain what I mean, and what we can and can’t accomplish here at the Clinic.
First, regarding Type I Diabetes: many people don’t realize that what we refer to as Type I Diabetes is not actually one disease. Instead, the term refers to a variety of medical conditions which have as their common denominator inadequate or defective insulin production. At this point, there is no well-established cure for the insulin deficiency diseases we call Type I Diabetes. Since each of these conditions has its own unique causes and characteristics, the cures we hope for will probably come piecemeal as physicians find ways to
- Vitamin C - Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin vital for immune function and for producing collagen, a structural protein connective tissue. The body requires vitamin C to form and maintain blood vessels, bone, and skin, metabolize amino acids, and synthesize hormones. Longevity Antioxidants with C & Bioflavonoids
- Vitamin B - B-Complex vitamins function as cofactors in biochemical reactions and are needed by the body to produce energy, synthesize