CureZone Newsletter Issue 210
Study on Liver Flushes, Tamiflu, Allergies, Acne, Breast Cancer Gene,
Astroturf, Antibiotics, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Candida, GMO,
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A Research Study on Liver Flushes
Richard L. Garrison, MD, studied the effect of a “traditional home remedy
for inducing gallstone expulsion using lemon juice, olive oil, cascara
sagrada and garlic/castile enemas” in 6 patients with symptomatic
Gallstones which had been confirmed by ultrasound. An ultrasound after the
procedure assessed clearing of stones.
Tamiflu does nothing?
But if Tamiflu does nothing, and there’s even a slight chance of
life-threatening side effects, why was it approved? And why continue to
prescribe it? That’s what the Cochrane Collaboration argued in a report it
published in April.
Discover how financial & food industry analyst Robyn O’Brien unpacked
the possible reasons that food allergies have tripled over the last 15
years, and that autism has quintupled in the last generation.
The underlying cause of Acne and other skin problems?
Antibiotics’ impact on gut bacteria is permanent? The loss of the
“invisible zoo inside of us” may be linked to a host of chronic illnesses
on the rise, an idea that’s still widely considered to be almost
Lancet Study: Deadly Breast Cancer Gene is a Myth
A powerful new Lancet study reveals that the so-called breast cancer
susceptibility genes -- BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 -- do not, in fact, cause breast
cancer. Jolie's prophylactic mastectomy, for instance, was just a way to
Astroturf and manipulation of media messages
Unseen influences of corporations and special interests on the information
and images the public receives every day in the news and elsewhere.
Antibiotics kill intestinal epithelium cells
Previously, it was thought the antibiotics only killed gut bacteria and
blocked some immune functions in the gut. But the new study shows they
also destroy cells in the intestinal epithelium.
Gut microbiota may have role in neurodegenerative diseases: study
Could neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
originate in the gut? Research from the U.S., published in the journal
Nature, shows that certain proteins produced by gut bacteria may be linked
to neurodegeneration in rats.
Video: Why are you addicted?
L. Reuteri found to reduce social anxiety
By adding this bacteria species back to the guts of affected mice, the
researchers were able to reverse some of their behavioral deficits, which
are reminiscent of symptoms of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in humans.
The investigators are now looking to explore the effects of probiotics on
neurodevelopmental disorders in future work.
Johns Hopkins: Yeast infection linked to mental illness
In a study prompted in part by suggestions from people with mental
illness, Johns Hopkins researchers found that a history of Candida yeast
infections was more common in a group of men with schizophrenia or bipolar
disorder than in those without these disorders, and that women with
schizophrenia or bipolar disorder who tested positive for Candida
performed worse on a standard memory test than women with schizophrenia or
bipolar disorder who had no evidence of past infection.
Do Antibiotics Raise Diabetes Risk via Gut Microbiota?
People who take multiple courses of antibiotics may face an increased risk
of developing both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, potentially through
alterations in gut microbiota, conclude US researchers.
Bacterial Inheritance Leads Researchers to Rethink Heredity
Genes from bacteria within the gut of a mother mouse can be passed to her
offspring, causing them to develop digestive problems that mimic a genetic
Documentary about GMO and Glyphosate
A WHO cancer research team considers the herbicide Glyphosate to be
absolutely toxic and probably carcinogenic. More and more people and
animals that are exposed to the substance become ill – and there are a
large number of unexplained miscarriages and deformities in humans in
South America, especially in areas where glyphosate is used on large
monocultures. Critical scientists have been warning of the long-term
damage for years. But their studies have not been recognised by the