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Learn about the latest findings that have finally uncovered the underlying mechanisms of Alzheimers disease. Read about them in Mercury Toxicity and Alzheimers Disease, the last Smart Life News feature article published (v8n2). Also, learn how to obtain additional information developed after CERI stopped publishing newsletters, specifically dealing with generic therapies. Learn about it now, years before you are likely to hear about it from your doctor, the drug companies, the government, or any Alzheimers association. Alzheimer's disease is not a death sentence. But time is important. The earlier, the better.
Find out about this clinically successful smart-drug treatment for Downs syndrome, utilizing vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, digestive enzymes and piracetam. This menu contains four feature articles, a full-length interview with Dixie Lawrence and numerous sidebars that have appeared in the pages of Smart Drug News and Smart Life News from 1994 through 2002.
All about an amazing nutrient
gamma-hydroxybutyrate, and the
unbelievable politics surrounding it. What you may have read
or heard in the media is probably 180 degrees wrong. Learn the
health advantages of this sorely misunderstood natural
metabolite of the human body and brain. And find out why
people are now being prosecuted and imprisoned for use of
politically incorrect nutrients.
All about a new, improved theraputic approach to treating Parkinsons disease utilizing high-dose, broad-spectrum antioxidants and high-purity liquid deprenyl. Pioneered by Annetta Freeman years ago, the articles and interviews on this menu discuss both theoretical mechanisms and practical application of this approach. This menu contains one interview, an editorial, two feature articles and several side bars, plus the expert testimony of Steven Wm. Fowkes that was disallowed in the James Kimball trial.
A collection of questions and answers from recent issues of
Smart Drug News and Smart Life News covering a wide range of topics.
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