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News & Comment – November 2017

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Air pollution may increase bone fracture risk

NEWS

A major study published in The Lancet Planetary Health journal has found that exposure to air pollution may increase the risk of bone fractures by causing loss of mineral density.

COMMENT

So long as the multinational fossil fuel industry and its government stakeholders remain addicted to the use of polluting energies such as oil and coal, human health will continue to be held to ransom and millions of people will inevitably live shorter lives. It is therefore essential that mankind moves away from these fuels and, on a planetary scale, replaces them with safe, renewable forms of energy generation. Meantime, while we are waiting for this to happen, studies clearly show that micronutrients can help reverse the damage air pollution is causing to our health.

In the case of bone fractures, research conducted at the Dr. Rath Research Institute has demonstrated the effectiveness of vitamin C, the amino acids lysine and proline, and other collagen-supporting micronutrients in speeding up healing times. Similarly, high-dose B vitamins have been shown to completely offset the damage caused by fine particulate matter – the most dangerous type of air pollution. With 92 per cent of the world's population living in places where air pollution exceeds safe limits, shouldn’t our governments be promoting these micronutrient approaches as a means of protecting our health?

Permalink 19 November 2017

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Trump turns to drug industry for his new health secretary

NEWS

President Donald Trump on Monday picked a former top pharmaceutical and government executive to be his health secretary.

COMMENT

True solutions to health can’t be built on enforcing the status quo and its outdated approaches that, time and again, have already proven ineffective. Trump’s focus in the field of health should therefore shift towards addressing the primary cause of chronic diseases – micronutrient deficiencies – and to building a prevention-oriented and effective-based system of medicine. This means medicine that does not merely mask symptoms, but eradicates diseases by eliminating their root causes. Only nutritional and Cellular Medicine approaches can achieve this. If the Trump administration does nothing in this area, diseases will continue and expand – thus assuring that the drug industry will not only survive, but thrive.

Access to effective and affordable healthcare is desired by all peoples of the world irrespective of their political, religious, cultural, and philosophical differences. Many Trump voters still rely on his electoral promise of providing such healthcare. If the president truly intends to keep this promise, hiring a former top pharmaceutical executive to be his health secretary clearly isn’t the best way to start.

Permalink 17 November 2017

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New study finds vitamin C strengthens bones and helps prevent hip fractures

NEWS

A new study published in the Osteoporosis International journal has found that vitamin C strengthens bones and helps prevent hip fractures. Comparing the vitamin C intake of hip fracture patients with that of healthy volunteers, it found that those consuming the highest amounts were much less likely to suffer hip fractures.

COMMENT

In its finding that vitamin C strengthens bones, this study echoes the result of a clinical trial published by researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute in 2004. Evaluating the effect that supplementation with the collagen-building micronutrients vitamin C, lysine, proline and vitamin B6 has on fracture healing times, the Institute’s researchers observed that the group of patients taking the supplements experienced significantly faster healing than those taking a placebo (sugar pill). You can learn more about this study and Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine approach to bone health in this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 17 November 2017

Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

Vitamin D may be key for pregnant women with polycystic ovary syndrome

NEWS

Vitamin D may play a key role in helping some women seeking treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)-related infertility get pregnant.

COMMENT

While every expectant mother wishes for a healthy baby, it is important to understand that not only is becoming pregnant only the first step, the eventual outcome depends on multiple factors. Among these, the mother’s diet and lifestyle both before and during pregnancy are especially important. Inadequate nourishment in any phase of pregnancy can negatively affect the organ systems, birth weight, and even survival of the baby.

To learn about the vital role played by micronutrients and nutrition in pregnancy, read parts one and two of a special feature article on the website of the Dr. Rath Research Institute.

Permalink 16 November 2017

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Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acid intake may affect lupus outcomes

NEWS

Higher intake of omega-3 fatty acids was associated with better sleep quality and a decrease in depressive symptoms in lupus patients, among other patient-reported outcomes, according to new research findings.

COMMENT

Lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune condition in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue in many parts of the body. Its symptoms vary between different patients and can range from mild to severe. With conventional medicine offering no cure for lupus, the finding that higher intakes of omega-3 fatty acids are helpful in the condition is clearly a significant development.

Further illustrating the power of omega-3 fatty acids, other conditions in which they have recently been shown to be helpful include chronic kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and even major depression.

To learn more about enhancing and protecting your health with omega-3 fatty acids, read this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 15 November 2017

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Vitamin D supplementation could aid recovery from serious burns

NEWS

People with higher levels of vitamin D seem to recover from severe burns more successfully than those with lower levels, according to new data.

COMMENT

As the evidence on our website shows, scientific breakthroughs in the field of natural health already enable mankind to rid itself of some of today’s most widespread diseases, including cardiovascular disease and cancer. Based on the findings of this latest study, however, the potential for natural approaches to transform the practice of medicine clearly goes far beyond what most doctors yet appreciate.

With wound healing time and infection rates having been shown to be reduced when antioxidant micronutrients are administered to burn patients, for example, nutrition may eventually come to play an important role not just in the prevention and control of diseases, but also in emergency medicine as well.

Permalink 15 November 2017

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Wake-up call from a scary case of polypharmacy

NEWS

Here is a true story about a healthy 70-year-old woman who went to see her doctor because of left knee pain following a tennis tournament and ended up taking six drugs that left her in a serious state of poor health.

COMMENT

‘Polypharmacy’ – the concurrent use by patients of multiple pharmaceutical drugs – has become a growing problem worldwide. In a notable illustration of its dangers, a study published in 2016 described how older people taking multiple pharmaceutical drugs face a significantly greater risk of frailty, disability and death.

Providing incontrovertible evidence of the health risks posed by drugs, the researchers found that each additional medication added to a patient’s regimen was associated with a 22% increased risk of going from a state of robust health to dying during the period of the study.

To learn more about polypharmacy and its dangers, read this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 14 November 2017

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Low vitamin D linked to higher risk of renal disease in lupus

NEWS

Low levels of vitamin D are associated with higher rates of end-stage renal disease in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus, or lupus, according to new research findings.

COMMENT

Lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune condition in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue in many parts of the body. Its symptoms vary between different patients and can range from mild to severe. Around one third of lupus patients develop some form of renal disease.

With conventional medicine offering no cure for lupus, the finding that a low level of vitamin D is linked to a higher risk of renal disease in the condition is clearly a significant development as it potentially presents patients and physicians with a possible means of preventing one of its most serious manifestations. 

Permalink 14 November 2017

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World's biggest drug companies could sue doctors for prescribing cheaper alternatives

NEWS

Doctors in the north east of England could be facing legal action from two of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies for offering sufferers of a serious eye condition the choice of a safe, effective and cheaper drug.

COMMENT

For anybody who still doubts what we have been saying for years now, namely that the primary focus of the pharmaceutical industry isn’t the health interests of patients, but rather the continued accumulation of its trillion-dollar-a-year profits, this story provides the proof.

It is bad enough that drugs don’t address the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases. But patients and doctors alike need to understand that the pharmaceutical industry isn’t actually a health industry at all, it’s an investment industry. Until such time as we replace it with a non-profit oriented system of healthcare based on safe, natural preventive approaches, the simple fact is that mankind will inevitably continue to be held hostage to the pharmaceutical ‘business with disease’.

Permalink 13 November 2017

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Study ties pesticides in food to reduced fertility in women

NEWS

Among women undergoing infertility treatment in the United States, consuming more fruits and vegetables with high amounts of pesticide residue was associated with a lower chance of pregnancy and a higher risk of pregnancy loss, according to a study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.

COMMENT

For years now, government regulators around the world have been deliberately ignoring the toxic effects of pesticides in foods. Typically, they even go so far as to disingenuously claim that the levels contained in food are within so-called ‘legal limits’.

In one particularly notable example, a Brussels EU report published in April 2017 analyzed over 84,000 food samples and misleadingly declared that more than 97 percent of them had chemical residues within the amounts ‘permitted’ by Brussels EU legislation. Clearly intended as health propaganda to convince the people of Europe that the insect-killing poisons sprayed on their foods are safe for human consumption, the report blatantly ignored the known toxic amplifying effects that combinations of pesticides can have when present together.

To learn more about the health-damaging effects of chemical cocktails in foods, read this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 11 November 2017

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Nutritional therapy beneficial in chronic kidney disease

NEWS

A review article published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) suggests that nutritional interventions may be beneficial for the management of chronic kidney disease in adults.

COMMENT

It is estimated that more than 10% of adults in the United States – more than 20 million people – have chronic kidney disease, with varying levels of seriousness. Still unknown to the majority of them, however, scientific studies have clearly shown that micronutrients are effective in helping to control it.

In a recent example of such a study, research published in 2015 showed how omega-3 fatty acid supplements can help reduce inflammation in chronic kidney disease. Particularly significantly, the researchers suggested that long term omega-3 fatty acid supplementation is a potential therapy for limiting the low-grade inflammation that associates with, and exacerbates, the progression of chronic renal failure.

To read summaries of other key scientific studies showing the effectiveness of micronutrients against kidney disease, visit the Independent Library of Nutrition and Natural Health website.

Permalink 10 November 2017

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Acid reflux drugs raise risk of stomach cancer

NEWS

Researchers say a drug commonly used to treat acid reflux is linked to a more than doubled risk of developing stomach cancer.

COMMENT

As difficult as it may be for some people to accept upon first reading this, the reality is that causing diseases with drugs increases the profits of the pharmaceutical industry.

Drug companies understand very well that curing diseases would destroy their multibillion-dollar markets and eventually result in the elimination of the pharmaceutical industry itself. Because of this, rather than addressing the root causes of diseases, they essentially just concentrate upon treating symptoms.

In the case of cardiovascular disease, for example, instead of focusing on the chronic micronutrient deficiencies that are its root cause, drug companies merely address the high levels of cholesterol that are the consequence of it. Similarly, in cancer, rather than focusing on safe natural approaches that have been scientifically shown to block all key mechanisms that make it a deadly disease, the entire body is poisoned with toxic chemotherapy. This approach then requires still further drugs to be applied to treat the symptoms and additional diseases that will inevitably arise as a result.

To learn more about the modus operandi of drug companies, read about The Laws of the Pharmaceutical Industry on our Foundation website.

Permalink 10 November 2017

Read article on the Independent website (UK)

Supplements and macular degeneration

NEWS

New research claims that vitamin and mineral supplements won't prevent the development of age-related macular degeneration but that, in those who already have the condition, there is some evidence taking supplements containing vitamin C, vitamin E and zinc may slow its progression.

COMMENT

A variety of micronutrients are known to play key roles in protecting the various structures and cells in the eye. For example, lutein, zeaxanthin, cryptoxanthin, beta carotene, zinc, bioflavonoids, and vitamins A and C are essential for the proper functioning of cells in the retina and macula. Similarly, micronutrients such as the amino acid cysteine, vitamins C and E, and lipoic acid work in synergy to protect physical functions of the optic nerve.

The blood vessels that supply blood and nourishment to the eyes are made of cells that require the amino acid arginine for contraction and relaxation, as well as vitamin C to ensure optimum collagen production to support blood vessel strength and integrity.

As with other aspects of health, therefore, ensuring healthy eyes is not dependent on individual micronutrients acting alone. Instead, it requires a wide variety of specific micronutrients working together in synergy. To learn more about the benefits of micronutrients for healthy eyes, read this article written by researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute.

Permalink 9 November 2017

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Fentanyl in more than half of opioid deaths in 10 states

NEWS

A federal report says the powerful painkiller fentanyl was involved in more than half of the recent opioid overdose deaths in 10 states.

COMMENT

Fueled by the rise of prescription drugs such as fentanyl, a synthetic opioid painkiller that is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine, as well as its deadly analogues such as carfentanil, a chemical so lethal in miniscule amounts that it is said to present a potential terrorism threat, drug overdose deaths are now occurring at an average of one every ten minutes in the United States.

With over 2 million Americans estimated to be dependent on opioids, switching a user’s dependency from one drug to another is not surprisingly viewed by the pharma industry as a highly profitable business opportunity.

No doubt sensing an opportunity to maximize its profiteering from this situation, the biopharmaceutical company Alkermes has reportedly been marketing its $1,000 a shot opioid addiction injection, Vivitrol, directly to judges. As a result, by presenting opioid addicts with the stark choice of either going to jail or joining an injection program, drug courts have helped annual sales of Vivitrol rise by almost 700 percent since 2011, reaching a total of $209 million in 2016. You can read more about this disturbing development in this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 8 November 2017

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Chronic acetaminophen use during pregnancy nearly doubles risk of ADHD: study

NEWS

Taking acetaminophen (paracetamol) during pregnancy might increase the risk of your child developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a controversial new study.

COMMENT

It is not only patients and parents that have underestimated the dangers of acetaminophen (paracetamol). Research suggests that doctors, too, have essentially been misled into believing it is a safe “cure-all” drug. For example, a scientific review published in 2015 looked at the risks of taking acetaminophen on a long-term basis and clearly showed that long term use raises the risk of heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, renal failure, gastrointestinal bleeding, and an early death.

But ADHD is by no means the only health risk that arises when children are exposed to acetaminophen. A study published in 2016 found that taking it during pregnancy, or administering it to babies during infancy, is associated with the child developing asthma a few years later.

When commonly used drugs pose health risks such as these, is it any wonder that interest in scientifically proven natural healthcare approaches has increased exponentially in recent years?

Permalink 8 November 2017

Read article in the New York Post (USA)

Pharma gifts to providers result in more branded, expensive prescriptions

NEWS

Physicians and other health care providers who received "gifts" from pharmaceutical companies were much more likely to prescribe a higher number of drugs per patient, including more costly prescriptions for branded medicines, compared to prescriptions written by medical providers who did not accept gifts, according to research published in PLOS ONE.

COMMENT

As the New York Times recently described, the pharma industry essentially now consists of ‘drug dealers in lab coats’. Educated in medical schools to believe that drugs are essential for controlling diseases, the compliance of physicians with this contemptible approach to healthcare has played a key role in raising the pharma industry’s sales to over one trillion dollars a year.

In recent years, however, many doctors have started to recognize the deadlocks of pharma-based medicine. Realizing they have become victims of a medical training system that degrades their profession, essentially reducing it to a sales force for the pharmaceutical investment business, they are seeking new approaches that can safely and effectively prevent diseases before they occur.

In October 2014, in a landmark speech given in Barletta, Italy, Dr. Rath summarized our Foundation’s blueprint for a healthcare system based on natural preventive approaches. To read his speech and watch a video of it, visit the presentation page on our Foundation website.

Permalink 7 November 2017

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Depressed patients who are treated with antidepressants do worse in the long run

NEWS

A new study has shown that symptoms of depression were more sharply elevated 9 years following treatment including drug medication than treatment without it.

COMMENT

Contrary to the impression given by the pharmaceutical industry and its stakeholders, safe and effective natural approaches to controlling depression do exist. For example, a clinical trial recently conducted in the United States found that magnesium supplements are effective in the treatment of mild-to-moderate depression. Similarly, in a recent scientific review published in Maturitas, the official journal of the European Menopause and Andropause Society, researchers note that low levels of B vitamins are common in patients with depression and that supplementation with these nutrients has been shown to improve depression outcomes.

As such, with omega-3 supplements having impressively been shown to be helpful in reducing symptoms of even major depressive disorder, one could argue that the pharmaceutical ‘business with disease’ isn’t merely the biggest barrier to health, it’s also one of the biggest obstacles to a happier world.

Permalink 7 November 2017

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Good nutrition throughout adulthood promotes strength and fitness in old age, suggests study

NEWS

Individuals who eat healthily throughout adulthood improve their likelihood of enjoying better physical fitness later in life, reports a recent study in The Journals of Gerontology: Series A.

COMMENT

Ageing is not something that just happens or that we have no control over. It is a natural process and part of the human condition. However, accelerated ageing is essentially a man-made disease. Mistakenly accepted as normal in our society today, we do not have to succumb to it. Instead, we need to understand that it is the inevitable result of our unnatural lifestyles and an insufficient intake of micronutrients.

Scientific studies clearly show that the major diseases, dysfunctions and disabilities of ageing CAN be prevented and controlled. Our bodies are self-repairing systems that are designed to keep us fully functional for as long as we take care of them. If we supply ourselves with a good balanced range of micronutrients, take plenty of exercise and cut down on toxin exposures, our bodies can and will make the necessary repairs to keep us healthy. Through doing so, rather than succumbing to accelerated ageing, we can all then live longer, healthier lives.

To learn more about the habits that promote successful anti-ageing, read this article by Mirja Holtrop.

Permalink 6 November 2017

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US study finds rise in human glyphosate levels

NEWS

Levels of glyphosate, a controversial chemical found in herbicides, markedly increased in the bodies of a sample population over two decades, a study published Tuesday in a US medical journal said.

COMMENT

Glyphosate is the active ingredient of many widely used, broad-spectrum herbicides and is commonly applied as a broadleaf weedicide in commercial agriculture. Created by Monsanto in 1970 and marketed from 1974 as “Roundup”, it has been used extensively across the world ever since. Although the United States remains its biggest consumer, the use of glyphosate has also increased in other countries over the years.

A recent study conducted by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute evaluated the effects of glyphosate at various doses on cell viability, and examined if there are ways to protect against the harm it causes. The results confirmed the extreme cellular toxicity of this chemical and showed that specific micronutrients applied in proper combinations and dosages can provide some protective effects against it. You can read about this important study in this article on the Online Journal of Cellular Medicine and Natural Health website.

Permalink 5 November 2017

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Cholesterol-lowering statin drugs linked to heightened diabetes risk

NEWS

A US study has linked cholesterol-lowering statin drugs to a heightened risk of type 2 diabetes among patients already deemed to be at high risk of the condition.

COMMENT

Despite causing numerous side effects and raising the risk of developing other diseases, cholesterol-lowering drugs form one of the largest business segments of the global pharmaceutical industry. This entire multibillion dollar business is built on fear – the fear that cholesterol supposedly causes heart attacks.

While the “cholesterol scare” has become a gold mine for drug companies, the economic burden of this business is ultimately carried by us, the people. Significantly, therefore, an analysis of the scientific facts about the role of cholesterol in the body reveals three crucial aspects that have essentially been withheld from us by the pharmaceutical industry and its stakeholders.

Firstly, cholesterol is not our enemy. It is a molecule that is essential for life, a structural constituent of the walls of billions of cells in the body, and the precursor of many biological molecules, including hormones such as estrogen and testosterone. Secondly, if the blood vessel walls are structurally intact there is no scientific evidence that cholesterol, even in moderately elevated concentrations, damages them or causes atherosclerotic plaques and heart attacks. Thirdly, in test animals, for cholesterol to have a damaging effect on otherwise intact blood vessel walls (i.e. for it to cause plaques), it must be artificially increased to levels essentially never observed in humans.

In short, therefore, contrary to what patients are being told, there is no scientific evidence that cholesterol – even at moderately elevated levels – can damage an otherwise intact blood vessel wall.

To fully understand the truth about cholesterol and heart disease, read chapter 3 of Dr. Rath’s lifesaving book, Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!

Permalink 3 November 2017

Read article on the ITV News website (UK)

Most kids in northern latitudes don't get enough vitamin D in winter

NEWS

Living in northern latitudes not only means shorter days and less sunlight during the winter, but also far less vitamin D, the "sunshine" vitamin. But an adequate vitamin D intake, which is crucial to bone health, can be difficult for children to achieve through food alone.

COMMENT

As the study reported on in this news story illustrates, the idea that it is possible for everyone to obtain optimum amounts of micronutrients from food alone is a fallacy. In the case of children, the majority of them do not get enough micronutrients from the food they eat. Too few fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as the consumption of highly processed food, results in chronic deficiencies of essential micronutrients that impair the growth and health of children, thus making them prone to diseases.

To read about a clinical evaluation of the health effects of micronutrient supplementation in school-age children, conducted by the Dr. Rath Research Institute in association with the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, read this edition of the Institute’s popular health information newsletter.

Permalink 3 November 2017

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Taking statins raises the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a third

NEWS

Researchers have found that taking statins increases the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a third.

COMMENT

Not only do patients taking statins risk suffering serious side-effects and developing additional diseases such as diabetes, the fact is that – as has now been recognized by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in Britain – the cholesterol theory of heart disease is “dead. In short, high cholesterol is not the cause of heart disease – it is simply the consequence of it.

Based on groundbreaking research he has carried out over a period of more than 25 years, Dr. Rath has proved that heart disease occurs for precisely the same reason that clinical (early) scurvy does – a deficiency of vitamin C in the cells composing the artery walls. Rather like a motor car running out of fuel and the driver responding by filling it with something else that it wasn’t designed for, drugs are clearly not the answer to this health problem.

To learn how high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes can be prevented naturally, without drugs, read Dr. Rath’s classic book, Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Disease…But People Do!

Permalink 2 November 2017

Read article in the Daily Mail (UK)

Getting enough vitamin D when young associated with lower risk of diabetes-related autoimmunity

NEWS

Getting enough vitamin D during infancy and childhood is associated with a reduced risk of islet autoimmunity among children at increased genetic risk for type 1 diabetes, according to a study published in the journal Diabetes.

COMMENT

Preventing chronic diseases such as type 1 diabetes is not only dependent on getting enough vitamin D. As Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine concept explains, the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases is a long-term deficiency of various vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other specific micronutrients. An optimum daily intake of these dietary elements is therefore a basic preventative measure for maintaining health, as well as the safe and effective control of many pathological conditions.

Our Foundation firmly believes that the scientific principles of Cellular Medicine can and should form the basis of a new global preventive healthcare system. Each day that the implementation of this new approach is delayed, thousands of patients worldwide will continue to suffer and die from preventable diseases that are not actually real “diseases” at all but are simply the consequences of a chronic deficiency of essential micronutrients. How soon this new global healthcare system comes about is therefore up to us, the people. Each and every one of us has it in our hands to inform others and save lives.

Permalink 1 November 2017

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Anxiety and depression linked to migraines

NEWS

In a study of 588 patients who attended an outpatient headache clinic, more frequent migraines were experienced by participants with symptoms of anxiety and depression.

COMMENT

Interestingly, depression and migraines have both also been linked to B vitamins. In the case of depression, a recent scientific review noted that low levels of B vitamins are common in patients with depression and that supplementation with these nutrients has been shown to improve depression outcomes. Consistent with the key principle of Cellular Medicine that the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases is a long-term deficiency of vitamins and other specific nutrients, the publication of this review helps point the way towards safe, natural approaches to controlling this common mental health problem.

In the case of migraine, over 70 years of studies clearly show that vitamin B2 is helpful in controlling it. Unrealized by millions of patients all over the world, clinical evidence of the effectiveness of this B vitamin against migraine has been available since at least 1946. To place this date into historical context, it came only 13 years after organic chemist Paul Karrer had determined the structure of vitamin B2 and only 9 years after he had been awarded the 1937 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his investigations into it. You can learn more about controlling migraine with vitamin B2 in this article on our Foundation website.

Permalink 1 November 2017

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