Natural Parkinson’s Support: Your Guide to Preventing and Managing Parkinson's
This book contains over with over 640 peer review research citations on ways to keep manage Parkinson's Disease (PD naturally). The special price of $16.95 gives a $3 discount off the $19.95 price to cover the $3 shipping charge automatically charged. Total book price is $19.95
This 137-page book by Michael Edson, MS, L.Ac. is a self-empowerment guide providing specific ways to promote healthy brain function, and help manage Parkinson’s Disease (PD) naturally thru diet, exercise, targeted nutrients and herbs, essential oils, as well as describing how alternative modalities can help including Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, IV Glutathione and Light Therapy.
PD is described as a multi-faceted breakdown in aspects of healthy body function that can contribute to or cause PD, as well as diseases and vitamin and mineral deficiencies that can mimic the symptoms of PD, possibly resulting in a misdiagnosis and treatment.
Recommendations are supported by over 640 peer review research studies, covering over 50 targeted nutrients.
Also discussed are the best brain foods as well as my favorite brain juicing recipe.
This book is not meant to replace your doctor’s advice, but to complement it in a natural way, with the goal as well of minimizing medication needed.
Table of Contents
About Parkinson's Disease
What is Parkinson's?
Causes and Contributing Factors of PD
Diseases That Mimic PD
Helpful Nutrients and Foods
Foods, Behaviors, Herbs, and Nutrients that Influence Parkinson's (table)
Types of Exercise
Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Acupuncture
IV Glutathione Therapy
Future Treatments: Stem Cell Therapy
About Michael Edson
Supplement Formulas for Parkinson's
Recommended Websites for Daily Living Advice
Parkinson's and Vision
As President and co-owner of Natural Eye Care, Inc. for over 19 years with Marc Grossman, OD, L.Ac., I have been continually fascinated by the ongoing, extensive research showing the relationship of diet, exercise, stress management and targeted supplementation for vision and overall health, including how having healthy lifestyle habits support brain health, while unhealthy ones including eating poorly, drinking regular and diet sodas, not exercising and even chronic stress significantly increase the risk of brain disease. With our latest 800 page book called Natural Eye Care: Your Guide to Healthy Vision and Healing with over 2,000 peer review research studies, what kept appearing in the research was the strong correlation between nutrients that help support retinal and overall eye health that also cross the blood-brain barrier to maintain healthy brain function. I discuss more about the critical function of the blood-brain barrier in this book as well as how, when compromised, contributes to onset of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders, and well as many other factors that can contribute to or be causative of onset of PD.
I have seen family members suffer though dementia as well as Alzheimer’s disease, where the only alternative offered was drugs that provided minimal benefit. Conventional medicine also had little to offer my wife's grandfather who suffered from Parkinson's Disease (PD). However, I discovered more than 1,000 peer reviewed studies about nutrients that can effectively protect and even improve brain function, with over 640 studies just on Parkinson’s Disease alone. Nutrients such as bacoba monnieri, baicalein and PQQ have been shown to reduce alpha synuclein build-up in the brain for those with PD. Regular exercise also has this benefit as well.
This led me to write this book to inform the layperson and professionals that there is great deal of information known now about Parkinson’s and other brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease that one can pursue to maintain healthy brain function, and that a person is not powerless in the pursuit of one’s own health. Prevention and treatment of disease should be viewed on an individual basis and from a multidirectional perspective on a broad range of factors discussed in this book that ultimately determines one’s health and healing prospects. As a student and practitioner of Chinese medicine for over 18 years, I have learned that every person is unique, and that the symptoms of a disease may appear similar, but that treatment strategy for each person can vary based on that particular patients’ situation.
Natural Parkinson’s Support: Your Guide to Preventing and Managing Parkinson’s is the result of many hours of research, and as well as incorporating my understanding of the healing process, and again that Parkinson’s is a multi-neurological disease, and not just a function of low dopamine production.
My hope is that you find this book informative and helpful, and that everyone has the possibility of protecting and, even in many cases, improving brain function and reducing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
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