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Can Eating Peppers Lower the Risk of Parkinson’s Disease?
Date:7/23/2013

AIDs may possibly delay the onset by reducing the inflammation leading to dementias, but increases the risk of liver and kidney damage. Other ways to reduce chronic inflammation should be considered.

2) Eliminate gluten consumption
Over 40% of Caucasians are genetically prone to gluten sensitivity because of lacking the enzymes to break it down. The cytokines in the immune system react with the undigested gluten, resulting in inflammation. Avoiding wheat, barley, and rye, such as in the Paleolithic diet, can stop the inflammatory process.

3) Use 4 to 8 teaspoons of virgin coconut oil daily
Dr. Richard L Veech has successfully used coconut oil in treating and preventing Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and other dementias. Coconut oil increases blood flow to the brain by 39%.

4) Cold Laser
Inflammation causes oxidative damage to the cells, reducing metabolism, and eventual mitochondrial failure. Low Level Laser Therapy (cold laser) has been shown to increase the enzymes superoxide dismutase and glutathione peroxidase which are critical to counteract free radical production in the mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell. Cold laser upregulates mitochondrial function by as much as 30%.

There is still much to be learned in preventing and treating Parkinson’s disease, but following the above suggestions has improved the lives of many suffering from this disease.

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