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A recent study showed that children and adolescents with low vitamin D levels had increased sensitivity to 11 out of 17 allergens that were tested, including both environmental and food allergens. So, for anyone with an allergic child, increasing their … Continue reading
While this heading is, in itself, remarkable, it’s only half the story, because the treatment, which uses an attenuated bacterium, may also benefit other autoimmune conditions. The recently completed research sought to establish the safety and efficacy of BCG vaccination … Continue reading
Insulin-producing beta cells can be ‘reborn’. This article outlines groundbreaking research showing that pancreatic alpha cells are capable of changing naturally and spontaneously into insulin-producing beta cells. After creating an artificial form of type 1 diabetes in mice by destroying … Continue reading
Our gatherer ancestors obtained so much vitamin C from their predominantly fruitarian diet that they eventually lost the gene responsible for its synthesis, making modern man dependent on food-source vitamin C. In the same way, genes that once trained and … Continue reading
New research shows, for the first time, that carriers of certain genes may be more likely to develop an over-reaction in the gut to wheat, and possibly also to other foods, and that this may alter the balance of the … Continue reading
Replacing lost worms to regain health Helminthic therapy is an experimental approach to the treatment of asthma, allergies and inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, which involves the administration of controlled quantities of selected, benign intestinal parasites such as hookworm and whipworm. … Continue reading