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"Even for the one-third of the population whose condition might not be terribly responsive to a given treatment or "cure," chances are that some area of their health will be or could be improved by following the natural prescription for their condition outlined in this book. And that could make a big difference in their overall well-being. For example, the Paleo Diet might not entirely clear up acne in every single person who has acne, but it will almost always have an important positive effect on blood sugar and weight."
- Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., The Most Effective Natural Cures on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth about What Treatments Work and Why (Get the book.)

"The best practitioners not only recognize this, they make full use of synergy in designing treatment plans. Mind and body form a giant feedback loop in which ultimately the effects of one are indistinguishable from the effects of the other. Holistic practitioners— including those with M.D.'s—tend to recognize this. Others—not so much. I had a personal experience of this mind-body feedback loop—and the cumulative effect of different "interventions"—the other day in the dentist's chair, of all places. Allow me to share it with you."

- Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., The Most Effective Natural Cures on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth about What Treatments Work and Why (Get the book.)

"Diabetes Care 15, 1065-1067. 105. Mooradian, A. D., Faila, M., Hoogwerf, B., Isaac, R., Maryniuk, M., and Wylie-Rosett, J. (1994). Selected 122. vitamins and minerals in diabetes mellitus [technical review]. Diabetes Care 17, 464-479. 106. Alzaid, A., Dinneen, S., Moyer, T., and Rizza, R. (1995). Effects of insulin on plasma magnesium in non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus: Evidence for insulin resistance. 123. J. Clin. Endocrinol. Metab. 80, 1376-1381. 107. Whelton, P. K., and Klag, M. J. (1989). Magnesium and blood pressure: Review of the epidemiologic and clinical trial experience."
- Ann M. Coulston and Carol J. Boushey, Nutrition in the Prevention and treatment of Disease (Get the book.)

"Cold water treatments had been a popular cure since the founding of the empire—Augustus, particularly, is said to have favored it—and one of the most famous physicians during the reign of Leo, Jacobus, earned his use-name, Psychristus, for his enthusiasm for the treatment as a sovereign remedy. Another clinical tactic much in demand was the treatment of disease by the application of material that had been blessed by a saint, preferably a hermit. These literal "blessings," or eulogia, were frequently no more than dust or red clay that had been touched by a holy ascetic."
- William Rosen, Justinian's Flea: The First Great Plague and the End of the Roman Empire (Get the book.)

"It might be important for Diane to disavow her mother's treatment of her, but there's a big difference between standing against mistreatment and shutting the door to relationship if the other person can't act with civility, versus staying in a rage because of that mistreatment. Diane certainly can't hurt her dead mom by staying fat herself. The rage that she harbors keeps peace, success, and satisfaction always at bay for her. Unlike Diane, not everyone who stays overweight to get revenge has issues with their family."
- Roger Gould, Shrink Yourself: Break Free from Emotional Eating Forever (Get the book.)

"Factors contributing to the higher rates of binge eating among overweight individuals, as compared to nonoverweight individuals, may include the following: greater appetites brought on by higher physiological needs of a larger body size, greater emotional disturbances (e.g., depressive symptoms) or different responses to stressful situations, greater exposure to stressful situations (e.g., related to weight stigmatization), increased weight preoccupation and dieting behaviors, and stronger dietary restraint."
- Ann M. Coulston and Carol J. Boushey, Nutrition in the Prevention and treatment of Disease (Get the book.)

"Although the RCT permits strong causal inference, the problems enumerated in Tables 1 and 2 and in the foregoing discussion make the RCT unsuitable (or even unacceptable) for much research involving nutrients. Additionally, the RCT has serious generalizability problems, too often ignored [22]. Nevertheless, an RCT is favored by EBM, because it allows us to quantify our chances of being wrong when we impute causality to the intervention. It is sobering to bear in mind that we can never truly prove causality; all we can do is state our chances of being wrong when we make that imputation."

- Ann M. Coulston and Carol J. Boushey, Nutrition in the Prevention and treatment of Disease (Get the book.)

"However, in the absence of sun exposure, many researchers believe vitamin D intakes should approach 100 pg (4000 IU) [12, 22], a value greater than the UL. Therefore, it is important to consider whether the UL is too low to allow for ingestion of appropriate amounts of vitamin D to maintain optimal levels of 25(OH)D, particularly in the absence of sun exposure. In a dosing study, Heaney et al. [15] gave cholecalciferol to subjects in doses up to 250 pg (10,000 IU), and found no adverse effects in men treated for 5 months."

- Ann M. Coulston and Carol J. Boushey, Nutrition in the Prevention and treatment of Disease (Get the book.)

"His "Moss Reports" are expensive, but worth it. Complete, unbiased, well-researched specific reports on any cancer you can think of, how it's treated, where it's treated, and the pros, the cons, the successes, the options, and the alternatives. Don't make a move without at least checking out what Ross has to say. Also check out his many books on amazon.com. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome See Fibromyalgia. Depression And Mood Books Depression-Free Naturally: 7 Weeks to Eliminating Anxiety, Despair, Fatigue, and Anger from Your Life by Joan Mathews-Larson, Ph.D."
- Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., The Most Effective Natural Cures on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth about What Treatments Work and Why (Get the book.)

"Asian winters. Stress, over time, can interfere with memory systems and ultimately cause shrinkage of an important area of the brain called the hippocampus, which is intimately involved with memory. R. rosea s protective effect on neurotransmitters (chemical messengers) in the brain helps to enhance thinking, analyzing, evaluating, calculating, planning, and remembering. But wait, there's more! R. rosea has effects on the endocrine and reproductive systems."

- Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., The Most Effective Natural Cures on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth about What Treatments Work and Why (Get the book.)

"Buist also hypothesized that anxiety neurosis is associated with elevated blood lactate and an increased lactate-to-pyruvate ratio, to which effective treatment requires increasing niacin status (i.e., increasing NAD levels) through supplementation. 37 The formation of lactate by the enzyme, lactate dehydrogenase, is the final product of anaerobic glycolysis in eukaryotic cells. Niacinamide supplementation might result in an increased conversion of lactate to pyruvate, thus reversing the equilibrium of the pyruvate to lactate reaction (Figure 2)."
- Dr. Jonathan Prousky, BPHE, BSc, ND, FRSH, Anxiety: Orthomolecular Diagnosis and Treatment (Get the book.)

"Mechanism of Action The therapeutic mechanism of action of nicotinamide treatment could relate to several factors: ¦*¦ Correction of subclinical pellagra Correction of an underlying vitamin B-3 dependency disorder Benzodiazepine-like effects •*• Ability to increase the production of serotonin ¦*¦ Ability to modify the metabolism of blood lactate (lactic acid). Even though niacinamide has multiple (theoretical) modes of action, I believe that the correction of a vitamin B-3 dependency is most likely responsible for its main therapeutic effects."

- Dr. Jonathan Prousky, BPHE, BSc, ND, FRSH, Anxiety: Orthomolecular Diagnosis and Treatment (Get the book.)

"Pellagra The most common use of nicotinamide and niacin is for the treatment of pellagra. Pellagra is a disease caused by a cellular deficiency of the nicotinamide coenzymes due to inadequate dietary supply of tryptophan and vitamin B-3 (as either niacin or nicotinamide). Diarrhea, dermatitis, and 39 dementia characterize this deficiency disease. Although is it not usually fatal, death can occur when these three Ds are present. The adult intake of vitamin B-3 necessary to prevent pellagra is around 20 mg per day."

- Dr. Jonathan Prousky, BPHE, BSc, ND, FRSH, Anxiety: Orthomolecular Diagnosis and Treatment (Get the book.)

"Hyperventilation syndrome, treatment with L-tryptophan and pyridoxine; predictive value of xanthurenic acid excretion. J Orthomolec Psych 1981;10:7-15. 6. Kahn RS, Westenberg HG, Verhoeven WM, et al. Effect of a serotonin precursor and uptake inhibitor in anxiety disorders; a double-blind comparison of 5-hydroxytryptophan, clomipramine and placebo. Int Clin Psychopharmacol 1987;2:33-45. TREATING CEREBRAL ALLERGY-RELATED ANXIETY Any substance can potentially disrupt brain function and cause any form of neurosis, psychosis, or behavioral disorder."

- Dr. Jonathan Prousky, BPHE, BSc, ND, FRSH, Anxiety: Orthomolecular Diagnosis and Treatment (Get the book.)

"Nonetheless, another double-blind trial found that using the same amount of Garcinia cambogia extract significantly improved the results of a weight-loss diet, even though the amount of food intake was not affected.110 Amylase inhibitors (page 466) Amylase inhibitors are also known as starch blockers because they contain substances that prevent dietary starches from being absorbed by the body. Starches are complex carbohydrates that cannot be absorbed unless they are first broken down by the digestive enzyme amylase and other, secondary, enzymes."
- Alan R. Gaby, M.D., Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., Forrest Batz, Pharm.D. Rick Chester, RPh., N.D., DipLAc. George Constantine, R.Ph., Ph.D. Linnea D. Thompson, Pharm.D., N.D., The Natural Pharmacy: Complete A-Z Reference to Natural Treatments for Common Health Conditions (Get the book.)

"Diet: Essential fatty acids (EPA/DHA or fish oil) decrease inflammatory mediators in the body. Eat oily fish two to three times a week, or take 4 g of omega-3 fish oil supplements daily to significantly improve symptoms and reduce outbreaks. Mind and body practices: Meditation, keeping a diary of daily emotions, and deep-breathing exercises, have been proven to reduce stress and the number of flare-ups. Topical steroids: If inflammation continues, topical steroids such as hydrocortisone and triamcinolone acetonide, which are moderate strength ointments, are prescribed."
- Marshall Editions, 1000 Cures for 200 Ailments: Integrated Alternative and Conventional Treatments for the Most Common Illnesses (Get the book.)

"DIAGNOSIS Foot pain usually manifests as swelling, bruising, aching, or tenderness. Symptoms are generally caused by a disorder of the bones, joints, or nerves, and may be triggered by a range of common complaints, including arthritis, bunions, corns, calluses, tendonitis, and hammer toe. The most common cause of heel pain is plantar fascitis (also known as heel spur). This condition occurs when the broad band of fibrous tissue that runs along the bottom surface of the foot, from the heel to the toes, becomes inflamed, resulting in a thorn-like protrusion (the heel spur)."

- Marshall Editions, 1000 Cures for 200 Ailments: Integrated Alternative and Conventional Treatments for the Most Common Illnesses (Get the book.)

"In a controlled trial using 2.5 mg of biotin per day, women with brittle nails, who had their nail thickness measured before and at six to fifteen months after, found their nail thickness increased by 25%. As a result, splitting of nails was reduced. In an uncontrolled study of people who had been taking biotin for brittle nails in America, 63% showed improvement from taking biotin."
- Alan R. Gaby, M.D., Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., Forrest Batz, Pharm.D. Rick Chester, RPh., N.D., DipLAc. George Constantine, R.Ph., Ph.D. Linnea D. Thompson, Pharm.D., N.D., The Natural Pharmacy: Complete A-Z Reference to Natural Treatments for Common Health Conditions (Get the book.)

"Another study compared the same combination to finasteride for one year with positive results.7 How much is usually taken? For early-stage BPH (page 58), 160 mg per day of liposterolic saw palmetto herbal extract in capsules is taken two times per day. One trial suggested that 320 mg once per day may be equally effective.8 It may take four to six weeks to see results with BPH. If improvement is noted, the saw palmetto should be used continuously. It is important to work closely with a urologist to determine clinical improvement."

- Alan R. Gaby, M.D., Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., Forrest Batz, Pharm.D. Rick Chester, RPh., N.D., DipLAc. George Constantine, R.Ph., Ph.D. Linnea D. Thompson, Pharm.D., N.D., The Natural Pharmacy: Complete A-Z Reference to Natural Treatments for Common Health Conditions (Get the book.)

"The EPA had two years before completed a reregistration review process of lindane and had affirmed its registration for use as a seed treatment for six crops —sorghum, wheat, barley, corn, oats, and rye.9 Lindane is also used in medicinal shampoos to kill lice, available in every state except California, where lindane-based shampoos are banned. (In 1997, the Food and Drug Administration banned the use of lindane for veterinary purposes for treatment of lice on animals; for people, the agency recommends its use for patients who cannot tolerate or have failed treatment with safer medication."
- Mark Schapiro, Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products and What's at Stake for American Power (Get the book.)

"This could be to verify that they are still in operation as well as to ask some detailed questions about their treatment program. Feel free to ask what kind of success they have had dealing with your particular type of cancer, but don't expect hard numbers or studies. The best type of answer you will probably get is a comment based on their own experience with their patients. This information is valuable, especially since they sometimes may be able to give you the phone number or email address of one or more of those patients."
- Tanya Harter Pierce, Outsmart Your Cancer: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work (Get the book.)

"Acupressure: Gently massage the area that is numb and aching. Press the Xue Hai, Yin Lin Quan, and Jie Xi points to treat the upper extremities, and the Qu Chi and Wai Guan points to treat the lower extremities. The Xue Hai point is on the inside of the leg in the depression just above the knee. The Yin Ling Quan point is in the depression on the inside of the lower leg about 3 inches below the kneecap. The Jie Xi point is found on the crease between the foot and the leg, in the depression between the tendon of the big toe and the smaller toes."
- Marshall Editions, 1000 Cures for 200 Ailments: Integrated Alternative and Conventional Treatments for the Most Common Illnesses (Get the book.)

"ZD m o —I > Icd Im m O TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE fJXmm Herbs: The herbs listed below are available from Chinese pharmacies or ™B online. ž• To treat all kinds of rectal bleeding at all stages: Mix 10 g of Bei Mao Gen (wooly grass rhizome) and 5 g of Jin Yin Hua (honeysuckle flower). To make a tea, put the herbs into a teapot, add boiling water, and let them steep for five minutes. • To treat chronic conditions: Do not use this formula if you have loose bowel movements or diarrhea."

- Marshall Editions, 1000 Cures for 200 Ailments: Integrated Alternative and Conventional Treatments for the Most Common Illnesses (Get the book.)

"Brodie's clinic and speak with some of the cancer patients undergoing treatment. Here are two impressive stories I was told by the patients themselves. The first story came to me from an elderly man whom I met in the waiting room. He told me he had been bringing his wife to see Dr. Brodie for the past two years, and that she had been diagnosed with intestinal cancer. She had initially undergone surgery to cut out the cancer, but the doctors were unable to get it all so she was told she had only a short time to live."
- Tanya Harter Pierce, Outsmart Your Cancer: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work (Get the book.)

"For a number of months more, Roberta did nothing in terms of treatment except take Entelev. In those days, there wasn't as much known about the effects of diet or supplements on cancer, and so she didn't take any other nutritional supplements or do anything different with her diet at all. She didn't even reduce her sugar intake. She stayed on the Entelev until all of her scans and blood tests were completely normal, and the doctors couldn't find evidence of any cancer whatsoever. Then she continued to take the formula for a few months more just to be sure."

- Tanya Harter Pierce, Outsmart Your Cancer: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work (Get the book.)

"At this point, Roma decided to try an alternative treatment and went down to a clinic in Mexico where she was instructed to do 13 juices and several coffee enemas each day. She stayed there for one week, which cost her $3,000, then went home and continued the juicing and enema regimen for a full three months. But although the melanoma was not spreading throughout her body, it continued to grow slowly. At this point, her melanoma cancer was now considered to be stage IV. Then a friend told Roma about Cancell. On May 23, 1990, she started taking Cancell."

- Tanya Harter Pierce, Outsmart Your Cancer: Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work (Get the book.)

"Patients were also evaluated every two weeks by an independent team of clinicians to assess quantitatively their progress in treatment. It's important to note that the researchers who did these assessments had no involvement in the patients' treatment or care. Schwartz and his colleagues agreed in advance on which scores would indicate average and which would show optimal relief from depression. To be considered in any kind of remission, patients would need to show relief from their depressive symptoms for at least four weeks in a row."
- Barbara Fredrickson, Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life (Get the book.)

"Variations in success rates were attributed to differences in the type of pain the TENS was treating. More current research identifies specific conditions that consistently respond well to TENS therapy:50'51 rheumatoid arthritis (page 387), osteoarthritis (page 328), low back pain (page 293), phantom limb pain, and post-herpetic nerve pain (shingles [page 401]). Pain caused by pinched nerves in the spine responds poorly to TENS therapy. While a small number of controlled trials have reported no benefit,52'53 most evidence suggests TENS is an effective form of therapy for many types of pain."
- Alan R. Gaby, M.D., Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., Forrest Batz, Pharm.D. Rick Chester, RPh., N.D., DipLAc. George Constantine, R.Ph., Ph.D. Linnea D. Thompson, Pharm.D., N.D., The Natural Pharmacy: Complete A-Z Reference to Natural Treatments for Common Health Conditions (Get the book.)

"Five years later, that possibility became a reality when the high-school-aged children who initially experienced America's worst terrorist attack began showing an increased demand for anxiety-related treatment. In March 2007, the Yale Medical Group reported on a study conducted by the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA). The paper documented that as the age-group who witnessed the attacks have matured, a "growing number of students [are] coming to college with a history of mental illness, with an increase after 9/11.""
- Gregg Braden, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits (Get the book.)

"Supplementation of vitamin D in genetically altered mice prevents the development of IBD, and the treatment of diseased animals with additional activated vitamin D clears their inflammation. Another way your immune system balks is by developing an inflammatory reaction in your bowels when exposed to certain proteins; this is much like an allergy. One of the most common proteins the intestine doesn't tolerate well is gluten, which is found in wheat, barley, rye, and sometimes oats. At least 1 percent of the world's population is gluten intolerant."
- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The Vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

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