Showing posts from January, 2022

Choline and Lecithin Supplements Review 2022

What is choline?   Choline is is an essential nutrient. It is a component of cell membranes and the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is essential for proper brain function, and it helps remove fat from the liver (see   What It Is ). The body naturally produces some choline and the rest can be obtained from the diet, but some people are not able to produce sufficient choline, particularly postmenopausal women and people with certain genetic traits, putting them at risk for choline deficiency. In addition, women need extra choline when pregnant or nursing. What does choline do?  Getting adequate choline from the diet helps prevent fatty liver (which can lead to reduced liver function) and muscle damage.  During pregnancy , choline taken by women may reduce the risk of birth defects, and supplementation was even shown to improve infants' intellectual processing speeds. Supplemental choline has shown potential benefit with respect to stroke recovery, cognition, Alzheimer's dis

Why Dr. Sinclair takes NMN instead of NR

Dr. Sinclair recently said he takes NMN instead of NR based on research he did that found NR did not work at all, while NMN increased the endurance in older mice such that they were able to run twice as far as those on placebo. He is referencing this research , but unfortunately, they did not publish the results they found with NR.  NMN has much stronger record of benefit to humans in clinical studies Over the last few years there have been several human clinical trials published with NR, while those with NMN have lagged behind, leading some people to conclude that NR is the “safer” bet. In 2021, that narrative was turned upside down, as 3 clinical studies were published with NMN. One was a safety trial only ( r ). The other 2 were successful in showing some benefit to humans ( r , r ). Although there have been more than 11 clinical trials now published with NR, nearly all have failed to show any benefit in humans. The one possible exception being this 2021 research showing a redu

Dr Richard Bartlett Inhaled Budesonide Protocol for COVID-19 (2022)

In April 2021, The Lancet reported  evidence of UK’s first effective drug to treat COVID-19 in patients at home, inhaled budesonide, showing the treatment can reduce recovery time by a median of three days. The treatment has since been included in clinical guidelines for treating early-stage COVID-19 across the UK, Canada and India. Dr. Richard Bartlett shared with   ACWT   (America Can We Talk) about how asthma medicine Budesonide emptied a hospital ICU after being used to treat coronavirus.  Inhaled budesonide is a safe, generic, inexpensive prescription medication that is being successfully used by millions of people who suffer from asthma every day. It can be prescribed by any doctor or nurse practitioner for respiratory symptoms or lung inflammation (FDA-approved). Budesonide is also available in some over-the-counter nasal sprays such as Rhinocort.   Richard Bartlett made waves in a July 2, 2020 interview (the video has been removed for violating YouTube's Community Guideline

Dr Vladimir Zelenko Hydroxychloroquine Regimen Protocol for COVID-19

The original Zelenko protocol consists of zinc, low-dose hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin (Zithromax). Based on rapidly emerging clinical trials evidence of ivermectin, an anti-parasitic medicine, has highly potent real-world, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties against COVID-19 virus, Dr Zelenko has also included  ivermectin  as part of his prevention and treatment protocols. Zelenko Covid-19 Prophylaxis Protocol Prophylaxis is an action taken to prevent, preventative or protect against a specified disease i.e. action taken before getting the infection. Greek in origin, from the word "phylax", meaning "to guard" and "watching." The Zelenko prophylaxis protocols are categorised based on the risk profile of the patients i.e. low, moderate or high risk. Low Risk Patients:  Young healthy people do not need prophylaxis against Covid-19. In young and healthy people, this infection causes mild cold-like symptoms. It is advantageous for these patients

Best Telehealth Companies 2022

How Can Telemedicine Help? Telemedicine (Matusitz and Breen, 2007) is useful when: - Patients live far away from medical facilities - Patients live in remote communities - Patients are housebound - Patients are easily stressed in a formal medical environment - Patients have difficulty finding transport to medical facilities - Patients are unable to deal with long waiting periods - Patients or doctors are at high risk of infection (e.g. lowered immunity, communicable diseases and drug-resistant infections such as MRSA/methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) Telemedicine (Matusitz and Breen, 2007) can also: - Reduce the number of outpatient visits - Reduce the overall cost of healthcare - Reduce the risk of disease or parasites spreading - Make medical information sharing and education easier - Make healthcare more accessible to more people While doctors cannot conduct physical exams through telemedicine, it lets them take history and use visual cues to make a diagnosis. Role of Tel


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