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Why Such a Small Amount of Thiamine in Parenteral Nutrition?
This was documented by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) even back in 1989 with cases occurring every year to present day.
Until I had done the research regarding parenteral nutrition, I had honestly assumed (never assume when it comes to modern medicine…BIG mistake!) that when you are being fed intravenously, you are receiving ALL nutritional requirements needed.
This is apparently not the case. At all costs, the medical establishment will not…
And Thiamine is so Important!
Myasthenia Gravis (MG) is described as an autoimmune neuromuscular disease, which leads to debilitating muscle weakness.
It’s thought that the body’s own antibodies inhibit the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (necessary for muscle movement) by blocking the receptor sites that bind acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junction.
Simply put, without acetylcholine muscles cannot contract and become flaccid (limp). Thiamine’s role regarding muscle movement is …
The Chiropractic Profession: Unjustly On Front Lines of Skepticism
The Truth Behind This Fabricated Label
Flushing Niacin Proved Effective
Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM) is a form of diabetes that accounts for nearly ten percent of all the diabetes cases currently in the USA. However…
…As already mentioned, the belief that niacin therapy is a contraindication for insulin-dependent diabetes is mainly due to the worry of increased blood sugar levels, a notable concern…
…Niacin is the perfect alternative. But first it needs to be proven safe for diabetics as an alternate to Statin drugs.
That is exactly what has happened!
The Chemistry of Cancer
“Scientists” are apparently confused about the Biochemistry!
Laetrile is a diglucocide with a cyanide radical that is highly “bio-accessible”. What this means is that it can penetrate through the cellular membrane reaching high intra-cellular concentrations easily.
Now, cancer cells (no matter the type of cancer) are known as trophoblasts. These cells contain an enzyme called beta-glucosidase, also known as the “unlocking enzyme”.
When laetrile comes in contact with the enzyme beta-glucosidase, the laetrile is broken down to form four molecules of glucose…
“Vital but non-essential”
Only medical science can get away with such a statement!
The controversy lies in the lack of research in many virtually unknown, but vital, substances that are naturally occurring.
Because we can’t understand the complete dynamics of something, medical science basically deems it inconsequential.
Ultimately what happens is, since we can’t isolate a substance…
…So as it stands, there are relatively few substances that have been considered important for human health…