Age-related Macular Degeneration and Grapes?

IAS News 29 March 2013 | 0 Comments

Age-related macular degeneration affects millions of people worldwide, these are mainly over the age of 75, of which over a third are affected. The two forms, wet and dry, affect people in different ways. Dry occurs in almost 90% of the cases, and is difficult to recognize due to its slow development. Wet happens much…
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The link between autism and DMSA

IAS News 6 December 2012 | 2 Comments

According to a study carried out by researchers in Germany and Egypt there have been signs of improvement in children suffering with autism after starting a chelating routine using DMSA. The results of the study showed a decrease in behaviors typically seen in those suffering from autism, such as improvements with both verbal and nonverbal…
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Daily Vitamin C Supplements Linked with Exercise Benefits

IAS News 6 August 2012 | 4 Comments

Vitamin C Supplements for healthier life In a recent study published in ‘Nutrition’ magazine, an increased intake of vitamin C has been shown to have exercise benefits in the form of reduced heart rate, decreased perception of fatigue and exertion. In the light of the above finding, a daily supplement of high dose vitamin C,…
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High Dose Vitamin C Linked to Stroke Risk Reduction and Lower Blood Pressure

IAS News 21 June 2012 | 2 Comments

In a report published in the popular health journal, ‘What Doctors Don’t Tell You’, they highlighted how increased levels of vitamin C found in the blood can decrease the risk of strokes and lower blood pressure. However, as large doses of pure vitamin C are linked to diarrhea and are not known to cause much…
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