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    Gluten Intolerance May Not Exist?

    Gluten intolerance not a "thing"?

    Gluten Intolerance May Not Exist - Forbes
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    Tea toxic when brewed?

    Has anyone looked into this? This paper would have you believe that brewing most store bought teas may introduce high levels of toxic metals. What's a tea drinker to do?
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    Are we all sure the water pick is safe for use?...

    Are we all sure the water pick is safe for use? I'm just worried like electric brushing it may be overkill.
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    Any suggestions on a type of water pick or is...

    Any suggestions on a type of water pick or is that also bad news?
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    Receding Gums & Electric Toothbrush/Waterpik

    So I recently went to the dental hygenist after not having gone since Jan 2012 (dentist recommends every 6 mo). I eat about 90-95% primal I would say. I brush and floss daily, with my Oralb electric...
  6. Flatulence Prevention Diet? Too much fiber in vegetables?

    A friend of mine has been having bloating in her stomach. Her doctor asked her to follow the gas prevention diet, as described here:
    www.gsitulsa.com/files/gasFlatulencePreventionDiet.pdf

    However...
  7. I can understand that perspective. However if my...

    I can understand that perspective. However if my mom is willing (this is key), I wonder if there may be ways to prolong her healthy life. I have read enough about connections between...
  8. Lewy Body Dementia & acetylcholinesterase inhibitors/anti-cholinesterase...

    So my mother was recently diagnosed with Lewy Body Disease, which seems to be the same as Lewy Body Dementia. This is not square one though since she has previously been diagnosed with Parkinsons....
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    Science of water filters?

    I've done some searching around this site and can find some forums where some posters praise water filters and warn against the evils of fluoride - but there seems little evidence presented backing...
  10. Is there a good one with an accelerometer that...

    Is there a good one with an accelerometer that doesn't simply call in a SWAT team if you leave it off for 5 minutes? It'd be nice to override when I'm home for example.
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    I also have had this struggle. Was buying the 10%...

    I also have had this struggle. Was buying the 10% Cabot for a while, but I notice local grocers no longer stocking. TJ has a Euro yogurt but comes in a very smaller container.

    I used to have this...
  12. Hmm, seems like there are some spam posts here...

    Hmm, seems like there are some spam posts here too. It amazes me that most of these products are either relabels of eachother or clones. Where is the innovation in this area? Saw one company that had...
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    I am still sorting through all the resources but...

    I am still sorting through all the resources but this site seems to have a lot of info on alternative treatments for PD. Some of which I am skeptical and some of which I wonder might actually work....
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    Hereditary angioedema?

    I understand this condition is fairly rare, but does anyone have any experience with it and natural solutions that help keep attacks/swelling at bay? Note heriditary is not the same as allergic...
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    I don't disagree that fat and diet may be...

    I don't disagree that fat and diet may be extremely important. What has been eye opening is how powerful the PD meds can be. These are dopamine-inducing drugs, just like cocaine, ecstacy, etc. The...
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    Is Sinemet a danger to some patients? See my post...

    Is Sinemet a danger to some patients? See my post here parkinson's disease - Page 3 | Mark's Daily Apple Health and Fitness Forum page 3 and read this book I am starting to get through about reducing...
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    Well, very interesting. So on further examination...

    Well, very interesting. So on further examination it turns out at the same time my mother started having new symptoms (about a month after starting paleo), her doctor, unknown to me at the time,...
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    Thanks! I am a little worried the potatoes are...

    Thanks! I am a little worried the potatoes are going to need more than one hour to cook. Will see soon....
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    Gonna try this! How do you make the pao de queijo...

    Gonna try this! How do you make the pao de queijo (brazilian cheese "bread")?
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    Is it possible to have a tolerance built up to grains and then have stomach issues when eating real food, sort of the opposite?
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    Palebluedots, any resources you recommend?

    Palebluedots, any resources you recommend?
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    I echo Pam - see the other threads here re: PD....

    I echo Pam - see the other threads here re: PD. Be careful because certain PD medications can be complicated by high fat/protein diets. I moved my mother with PD to a paleo diet and there have been...
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    Another important excerpt from Holden's book:

    Another important excerpt from Holden's book:
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    Here's the book recommended:...

    Here's the book recommended:
    http://www.amazon.com/Eat-Well-Stay-Parkinsons-disease/dp/0966437004/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1341924190&sr=1-2&keywords=eat+well+stay+well



    An excerpt from...
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    Well I was reading through this book on PD and...

    Well I was reading through this book on PD and now I'm confused. It says that too much protein in a diet can interfere with levodopa uptake (the main PD medicine my mom is on). It talks about eating...
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