In a retrospective study of 770 obese adults who had underwent gastric bypass surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, it was found that subjects whose 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels were less than 30 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) were three times more at risk for hospital-acquired infection (including catheter-related urinary tract infection, pneumonia …
For healthy blood, follows these tips:
1. Get tested for blood viscosity and inflammation.
2. If you smoke, quit smoking.
3. Eat an anti-inflammatory diet, avoiding sugars and trans fats.
4. Supplement with a good multivitamin/mineral, omega-3 essential fatty acids, garlic, nattokinase, and potassium.
5. Moderate your emotions in a healthy manner, such as meditation, …
If you have any personal or family history of cardiovascular events, it’s a good idea to keep track of your homocysteine levels.
For high homocysteine, consider taking folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 daily. If that proves ineffective, switch to a methyl folate supplement. If that is also ineffective, consider …
If you have tinnitus you might want to try these suggestions from Dr. Robert J. Rowen:
• Have your doctor look for hidden infections in your mouth.
• Have your doctor check your circulation–chelation therapy may help with circulation issues as well as the detoxification of heavy metals.
• Alternative therapies such as …
Thrombocythemia may be related to toxicity or undiagnosed infections (root canal, infected tooth, chronic sinus infection, etc). Finding and dealing withinfections, detoxifying the body, and consulting an appropriate doctor to make sure that you don’t have heavy metal toxicity may help with thrombocythemia.
For scleroderma, heparin, nattokinase, and oxidation therapy may help, but it may also be beneficial to work with an integrative physician to identify any allergies or hidden infections.