99% of eliminated intestinal gas comprises of odourless vapours, such as oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and methane. 1% sulphur-containing gases released by bacteria that are normally present within the large intestine causing an unpleasant odour. There are two primary sources of intestinal gas: gas that is ingested (mostly swallowed air) and gas produced by bacteria that… Continue reading Intestinal Gas And Bloating
Acupuncture Provides Parkinson’s Disease Relief
Acupuncture is an effective treatment modality for the alleviation of Parkinson’s disease. Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Hangzhou, China) researchers conducted a study comparing the effects of drug therapy as a standalone procedure with acupuncture plus drug therapy in an integrated treatment protocol. Based on the data, the researchers conclude that acupuncture plus antiparkinsonian… Continue reading Acupuncture Provides Parkinson’s Disease Relief
“The Gift that Keeps on Giving”: a Case Study of Recurrent Cancer
The Gift that Keeps on Giving: a Case Study of Recurrent Cancer – Annie Brandt The Best Answer for Cancer Foundation's 16th Conference for Integrative Cancer & Chronic Disease Physicians & Medical Professionals met in Orlando, Florida, May 17-19, 2018. Annie Brandt is Founder and President Emeritus of Best Answer for Cancer Foundation.