Gallbladder disease is one of the leading causes of problems with digestion that result in hospital admissions. Did you know that around 10% of the population (on average) in most Western countries has gallstones? Most of these are “silent” but about 4% of patients with stones develop symptoms each year. For about half of them, […]
Food sensitivities, Psoriasis, Phosphene Hallucinations, Chronic anxiety… These are some of the many symptoms I’ve had to deal with over the course of my entire life.
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Follow us 144.6k In part 1 of this look at Alzheimer’s disease (AD), I introduced the concept of Alzheimer’s as a metabolic condition. The primary driver of the disease pathology, and what’s mainly responsible for the memory loss, cognitive impairment, personality changes and other signs and symptoms, is that neurons in affected regions of the […]