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Could taking this popular diabetes drug be linked to a B12 deficiency?

IAS News 15 September 2017 | 0 Comments

Metformin is a popular diabetes treatment proven to reduce blood sugar levels and improve the body’s use of insulin. The ingredients work to lessen the amount of glucose produced by our livers and the amount absorbed through our stomachs. Researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York collated data from the diabetes prevention…
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Can-C Bringing Comfort To Your Contacts

IAS News 14 September 2017 | 0 Comments

Millions of people around the world wear contact lenses. Did you know that lactic acid can build-up behind your contact lens and lead to negative consequences? Over-wearing contact lenses can result in damage from lactic acid within the cornea of the eye. A contact lens is a foreign body that is placed in your eye,…
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THE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT 4MU IS AN EFFECTIVE CHEMOPREVENTIVE AND THERAPEUTIC AGENT FOR PROSTATE CANCER

IAS News 20 July 2017 | 0 Comments

By:- WRIGHT, M.D., Jonathan, Just in case any of us think the title of this can’t be so, it must be nonsense—a dietary supplement that effectively prevents and treats prostate cancer—this was and is the title of an article published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (“JNCI”) in 2015. Yes, that’s the Journal…
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Without a cure on the horizon, are Herpes sufferers missing out on BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene)?

IAS News 10 July 2017 | 0 Comments

According to the World Health Organisation (Jan 2017); an estimated 3.7 billion people under the age of 50 (60%) worldwide have the HSV-1 infection (Herpes Simplex Virus type 1). HSV-1 is mainly transmitted through oral-to-oral contact resulting in oral herpes, which includes symptoms more commonly known as ‘cold sores,’ but is also known to cause…
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Remove the lead and mercury from your body through chelation

IAS News 19 June 2017 | 0 Comments

Heavy metals decrease the number of stem cells and when removed by chelation the number of stem cells rise. By removing the lead, mercury, cadmium out of your body it will ensure stem cells to work to their full potential. A study by Nina Mikirova et, al, investigates into the efficacy of oral DMSA and…
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What is 4-MU (4-Methylumbeliferone)?

IAS News 10 May 2017 | 0 Comments

4-Methylumbeliferone (4-MU) isn’t new to the world of science and good health. It has a long history as a safe oral nutritional supplement and commonly used to treat liver conditions. There has been great interest in identifying pharmacologic tools to inhibit hyaluronic acid synthesis and 4-MU has recently received much attention. Awareness of the supplement…
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8 things that show you have a Vitamin D deficiency

IAS News 24 April 2017 | 0 Comments

Vitamin D… it’s the sunshine vitamin to protect the strength inside your body. It’s the vitamin that everyone is talking about! Do you think that you might be lacking vitamin D? You most probably already have some knowledge about good health and nutrition and it’s a known fact that we tend to scan read articles,…
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Hair loss, like losing part of your identity

IAS News 11 April 2017 | 0 Comments

The hair on your head can be a defining part of your identity and hair loss can be difficult to come to terms with, this can affect your self-confidence and lead to depression.   For men, they sometimes feel they are losing their masculinity. For women, there is a social stigma attached to going bald….
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Thyroid deficiencies: The incredible and dangerous confusion

IAS News 3 December 2015 | 0 Comments

Thyroid deficiencies: The incredible and dangerous confusion Dr. Walter Pierpaoli speaks out! Since I graduated in 1960, I have been deeply involved with endocrinology. Hormone functions are basic for body control and they have always attracted my passionate interest. In addition, my focus on the thyroid sharply increased when I developed myself a De Quervain…
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The Arguments Over Vaccines

IAS News 20 November 2015 | 0 Comments

Every year parents across the world face the decision over whether to vaccinate their children against common ailments, such as the flu and chicken pox. With plenty of research and advice both for and against, seemingly all from well researched medically based brains, it is an almost impossible decision to make. This blog will attempt…
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