Thiamine Deficiency, Carbohydrates & Autoimmune
Thiamine’s main role in the body is to break down and utilize carbohydrates. Carbohydrates break down into glucose which the body then uses as energy. In order for this process to occur, enzymes must be present. The enzyme that carries… Read More
Multiple Sclerosis Cure?
Vitamin D Key Factor in Multiple Sclerosis Did you know that multiple sclerosis (MS) has been directly linked with a Vitamin D deficiency? I am amused which “research studies” are picked to be shared with the public, and those which will never see… Read More
Vitamin B12 & MS Link?
Multiple Sclerosis Linked to Vitamin B12 Deficiency
Is there a connection between multiple sclerosis (MS) and Vitamin B12 deficiency? You bet there is, and I was surprised to learn how many MS patients, as well as, doctors have no clue … Read More
Why Vitamin B1 should be added in the treatment of MS
Thiamine; An Important Vitamin for Multiple SclerosisThe most popular vitamin treatments when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis are Vitamin D, niacin (Vitamin B3), and Vitamin B12. However, thiamine should also be considered a “big gun” regarding the treatment of this disease. The… Read More
Niacin and Multiple Sclerosis
Natural MS Cure: Government Approved Patent Includes NiacinAlong with other vitamins such as Vitamin D, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) and Vitamin B12, Vitamin B3 (Niacin) is getting more and more attention regarding its effects on multiple sclerosis (MS). There are two major… Read More
Vitamin B5 Deficiency Due to Pesticides
Could This Be A Cause Of Autoimmune Disorders?Now, there are other concerns for vitamin deficiencies besides self-induced stress; such as the case with methyl bromide (MeBr); a widely used insecticidal fumigant. MeBr is an odorless and colorless gas that… Read More
Vitamin B12 Deficiency
Vitamin B12 Deficiency Prevalent in the USBecause a large portion of people suffer from gastrointestinal disturbances such as: constipation, diarrhea, and heartburn, it is more than likely that a Vitamin B12 deficiency (or a subclinical deficiency) is far… Read More
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