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A recent study, published in the JAMA, of 544 volunteers, who reported their dietary habits weekly for four years, found that eating fish and other seafood at least once a week helps to lower the risk of alzheimer's disease. 286 participants volunteered for a brain biopsy after death. The tissue samples found that despite having higher amounts of mercury in the brain due to fish consumption, less markers of parkinson's disease were presents such as lewy bodies and other pathological signs. Even people with the ApoE4 genotype which leads to a higher incidence of parkinson's, benefited from higher fish constumption.

JAMA, 2016: 315 (5): 489-97

A very interesting paper, written on using "Heteroisopathy in supportive cancer care" by J.L. Bagot, published in Homeopathy, (2016), 105, 119-125 found that side effects of cancer drugs may be helped by using homeopathic medicines prepared with the drug of choice and administered. The homeopathics were shown to greatly reduce side effects in the sensitive patient. How great is that? This is where the patient gets the best of both worlds.

A homeopathic complex, prepared in Brazil called "M1" was adminisitered to mice in an interesting study. M1 is a homeopathic medicine that has immunostimulatory properties. Interestingly mice who were treated with the M1 as opposed to those treated with a placebo, found that it was efficient at reducing pulmonary metastasis and melanoma.

Source: "Inhalation therapy with M1 inhibits experimental melanom development and metastasis in mice" Andreade et al, Homeopathy, (2016) 105, 109-118

An interesting study found that the homeopathic medicines S. officionalis 9CH, Calcarea Carb 30CH and Tricalcarea 4CH improve bone tropism in chickens. 

Source: "Bone computed tomography mineral content evaluation in chickens: effects of substances in homeopathic concentration", Canello et al, Homeopathy (2016), 105, 92-96

An interesting study called "Open Label observational study of the homeopathic complex medicine passiflora compose for anxiety and sleep disorders", by Villet et al, published in the journal Homeopathy, found that out of 639 patients many responded well to homeopathic treatment. 85.4% of them suffered with anxiety and 74% had anxiety with sleep disturbance. Both anxiety and sleeplessness improved significantly in patients included in this study. The results suggest the this complex may be a viable option to psychotropic medications.


~Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2979376/the-health-benefits-of-turmeric-better-than-ibuprofen/

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines, such as Ibuprofen, have been a long-time trusted pain-killer for those who especially suffered from arthritis and muscular aches, including menstrual cramps. However, scientific literature has been available since 2005 that says that Ibuprofen may not be as safe as once thought. Numerous studies have linked the popular over-the-counter pain relief aid to cerebrovascular accident (stroke) and other health maladies, including bleeding gastric ulcers and gastritis. The more of the medicine that is taken, the higher the incidence of these complications appears to be.

It is facinating to me that the Swiss have a similar health care model to Canada and they include homeopathy and other alternative medicines in their public health care spending dollars. In Canada our health care budget is bursting at the seams because our government is using the most expensive form of medicine that focuses on expensive drugs that have many side effects and surgerical procedures. I would love our government to embrace natural medicine and save people's health and our tax payers pocketbooks. Here is an interesting link that many people are turning to homeopathy for just this reason. Read on

Honestly, after reading this title, it got my hackles up. I hear so many untruths, blanket statements by doctors or trolls on the internet, saying homeopathy doesn't work, homeopathic medicines don't have drug identification numbers, homeopaths are not regulated, and homeopathy is a placebo.

First of all homeopathy does work. I can tell you of many patients who were helped tremendously by it. There are many many studies one can find that homeopathy does in fact work much better than just a placebo. Homeopathic medicines do have drug identification numbers, they are called HIN, homeopathic identification numbers now. Homeopaths in Ontario are regulated by the government. Frankly, I do have a degree in science from University of Toronto but I don't care about scientific research. I care about people and their results. Here is a good little article written by an Indian lady about these issues. Read on