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Molds and Fungi: Part One

Posted on January 8, 2020 - No Comments

A while ago I did a blog (3 parts) on the subject of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), called “The Real Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease”. That blog was based on a study which examined brain tissue from 18 subjects, all of  whom died with fully developed AD. To quote from the study, “100% of the AD patients…Read More

Amyloid Plaque, Vitamin C, and Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted on November 13, 2019 - No Comments

We are now well aware of the importance of the gut microbiome, but did you know we also have a brain microbiome? Like with the gut, the brain’s microbiome contains a mix of “good” and “bad bacteria”.   This recent discovery led Harvard researchers, Dr. Rudolph Tanzi and Robert D. Moir, PhD, to initiate a…Read More

Alcohol and Gut Health

Posted on September 17, 2019 - No Comments

The Microbiome The microbiome (a collection of microorganisms in the gut) plays a broad role in human health, affecting such diverse areas as bodyweight, immunity, mood, and mental functions. And a lack of “good” bacteria, or an overgrowth of “bad” bacteria, can lead to a variety of health problems. Therefore, it is no surprise that…Read More

Fibromyalgia and Insulin Resistance

Posted on June 18, 2019 - No Comments

Fibromyalgia causes chronic pain and disability and, despite extensive research, the cause has not been determined. This health condition is an ever-growing problem, affecting more and more people. In fact, it has been determined that, in the U.S. alone, related health care costs have reached about 100 billion dollars yearly.   Currently (in the medical…Read More

Protecting Children from Vaccine Injury: Part 2

Posted on May 21, 2019 - 1 Comment

In part one, I examined how vitamin C can protect children from much of the potential damage that can occur as a result of vaccinations. We saw how there is a subset of children prone to low glutathione levels, who may be more susceptible to vaccine injury than healthier children. Herein we will examine the…Read More

Protecting Children from Vaccine Injury: Part One

Posted on May 14, 2019 - No Comments

While the subject of this blog is protecting children, the material is, of course, also of value to adults who are being vaccinated. Everyone can benefit from taking these steps to protect themselves from potential side effects of vaccination, whether against measles and influenza (this vaccine contains mercury), or any other vaccines (e.g. vaccines required…Read More

Sleep and the Microbiome

Posted on March 26, 2019 - 2 Comments

Sleep and Probiotics   The health of our microbiome (our unique mix of bacteria in the gut) is related to our general health in many ways, and it is clear the microbiome does much more than just aid the digestive functions. New research has discovered that these microbes also play a role in mental health…Read More

A Perspective On Vision

Posted on January 17, 2019 - No Comments

A Perspective On Vision   A doctor in the UK has estimated that, since the advent of the smartphone, nearsightedness (myopia) has gone up nearly 35%.   smartphone/myopia   In some Asian cities, nearly 90% of the population needs corrective lenses (glasses or contact lenses). In Shanghai, for example, 86% of high school students suffer from…Read More


Posted on December 4, 2018 - No Comments

NutriStart is pleased to announce the arrival of the latest addition to our line of liposomal products: Liposomal Glutathione. In honor of this momentous occasion, this blog will examine the wonders of glutathione, along with the advantages of the liposomal form.   Most health conscious people have at least heard of glutathione, even if they…Read More

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