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L- Glutathione

The Basics

Our body produces Glutathione whose purpose is to remove the dying cell or Free Radicals. The free radicals need to be controlled. If left alone the Free radical will grab an adjacent healthy dopamine producing cell and steal one of its electrons, thereby causing it to slowly die. The one free radical quickly becomes a Gang of Free Radicals that cause most all of the Parkinson’s symptoms listed above. The proliferation of Free Radicals may greatly shorten the number of years you will live with Parkinson’s and also negatively affects your quality of life. When you have PD, MS, Cancer, Sports Concussions, and other diseases your body does not produce enough Glutathione to remove the free radicals. One can increase your body’s Glutathione levels by consuming bushels of antioxidants daily… or you can take L-Glutathione, a supplement to help you win the war against the Free Radicals.

In the case of PD (Parkinson’s) the Free Radicals cause most all the symptoms. I take a 100 mg capsule of L-Glutathione every few hours and this has eliminated 90% of all my PD symptoms. I had heard about L-Glutathione from a health food expert in 2008. This Protocol has not cured my PD, but it seems to have slowed the PD progression and my quality of life is excellent. PubMed.gov documents thru clinical trials that antioxidantsimprove the effectivity of Carbidopa-Levodopa and Comtan / Entacapone (PD Meds). BigPharma should love this Protocol as it should more than double the life expectancy of a PD patient and double the amount of PD meds sold.

Saliva  pH

Out of 1,718… 99% of Patients with cancer have a Saliva pH from 4.5 to  7.5

  • 47% at 4.5 pH
  • 8%  at  5.0 pH
  • 8%  at 5.5 pH
  • 9%  at  6.0 pH
  • 11%  at  6.5 pH 
  • 7%  at  7.0 pH
  • 9%  at  4.5 pH

One’s healthy blood pH is around   7.45 pH   +/- .20

If Blood pH moves below 6.8 or above 7.8,  cell stop functioning, and the body dies. Testing your Saliva pH may prove to be a quick method to test for cancer and you start one of the protocols to kill the cancer a few months before the oncologist would detect the presents of cancer…  What a wonderful event to miss….

 

Purchase L-Glutathione

Swanson Vitamins, Fargo ND sells L-Glutathione in 100 mg  100 capsule bottles for about  $10 with shipping $5.  


How Antioxidants Affect Parkinson's disease

Neuroprotective Therapies like Antioxidants Might Slow Disease Progress

{From Patrick McNamara, Ph.D., former About.com Guide Updated January 26, 2009}
About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by the Medical Review Board
 

 

If you have Parkinson's disease and are looking for treatments beyond dopamine, you've probably heard of neuroprotective therapies. Traditional drug therapy for PD is effective in managing symptoms of PD but the traditional drugs do not prevent PD, cure PD or even slow down progression of the disease. 

Neuroprotective therapies hold promise for slowing progression of the disease because they can protect the cells that produce dopamine. A few of the available neuroprotective therapies are more commonly known as "antioxidants." 
Currently, the following antioxidants are sometimes used as part of a treatment plan for PD patients: vitamins and coenzyme Q10.

What Are Antioxidants? 
First, let's explain what it means when something is an antioxidant. One of the major causes of damage to dopamine producing cells (neurons) is something called oxidative stress. When the body and brain uses oxygen in its metabolic systems the process produces very small molecules known as "free radicals." When these free radicals accumulate in the brain they can damage brain cells. Dopamine neurons are particularly sensitive to oxidative stress because the metabolism of dopamine generates very high levels of these free radicals. Antioxidants eat up these free radicals and therefore stop the damage they cause. The good news is that certain foods, like green leafy vegetables, whole grains, dark fruits and nuts, contain lots of antioxidants.

Which Antioxidants Are Currently Part of a Recommended Treatment Plan for PD Patients? 

Vitamins
Vitamins C and E are natural antioxidants. One of their main jobs in the body is to eat up free radicals. Researchers, therefore, have significant interest in developing vitamin based neuroprotective therapies for PD. Some studies have found that high doses of vitamin C and E could delay the need for symptomatic medication by 2.5 years in early PD. A large-scale clinical trial of Vitamin E, however, failed to find any significant protective effect for vitamin E (atocopherol) in PD. While the jury is still out with respect to vitamins slowing progression of the disease, there is no doubt that vitamins are good for the PD nervous system. Everyone with PD needs to maintain recommended daily levels of vitamins and minerals.

Coenzyme Q10
One of the main regions in a cell that produces free radicals as well as systems to scavenge up those free radicals is the mitochondrial complex. CoQ10 or ubiquinone is a molecule that participates in mitochondrial metabolic work and is therefore crucial to the fate of free radicals in the body and brain. Some studies have shown that doses of 1200 mg/day of CoQ10 could slow down the progression of PD.
Again the jury is out with respect to protective effects of CoQ10 but many PD specialists are beginning to recommend CoQ10 supplements for some of their patients.

If you are considering taking supplements like vitamins and CoQ10 you should speak to your doctor first as high doses of these substances can be harmful in some cases.