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1.Complementary Therapies
The Complementary Therapies Natural Health Encyclopedia contains detailed information on more than 180 different conditions and the conventional and natural treatments used to treat them, over 200 herbs and supplements, plus drug-herb and drug-supplement interactions for more than 75 drug categories. Information is available about our /tnp/edboard...
Score: 99%
 
2.N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC)
N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a specially modified form of the dietary amino acid cysteine. When taken orally, NAC is thought to help the body make the important /tnp/pg001664 doc 21907 antioxidant enzyme glutathione. It has shown promise for a number of conditions, especially chronic bronchitis. There is no daily requirement for NAC, and it is not f...
Score: 92%
 
3.Alternative Therapies Index
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4.Functional Foods Index
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5.Vitamin E
Vitamin E is found in nuts, olive oil, and sunflower oil. The body uses vitamin E as an antioxidant to help fight damage to cells. Vitamin E can be taken as a pill and has been used to promote heart health. It has also been used to improve muscle and brain function. Vitamin E can also be applied to the skin as an oil. It has been used to protect t...
Score: 90%
 
6.Fish Oil
Fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, one of the two main classes of essential fatty acids. ( /tnp/pg000358 21587 doc Omega-6 fatty acids are the other main type.) Essential fatty acids are special fats that the body needs for optimum health. Interest in the potential therapeutic benefits of omega-3 fatty acids began when studies of the Inuit (Esk...
Score: 89%
 
7.Epilepsy
Epilepsy is a disorder of the nervous system. It causes unpredictable changes in the electrical activity of the brain known as seizures. They can range from mild to severe, rare or frequent. Treatment can help to prevent seizures. Medicine is the most common treatment but others may need diet or lifestyle changes. Some may still have seizures even ...
Score: 88%
 
8.High Cholesterol
One of the most significant discoveries in preventive medicine is that elevated levels of cholesterol in the blood accelerate /tnp/pg000262 doc 21500 atherosclerosis , a condition commonly known as hardening of the arteries. Along with /tnp/pg000596 doc 21725 high blood pressure , inactivity, /tnp/condition/cigarette doc 35542 smoking , and /tnp/co...
Score: 86%
 
9.Chitosan
Chitosan is a form of fiber chemically processed from crustacean shells. Like other forms of fiber, such as oat bran, chitosan is not well digested by the human body. As it passes through the digestive tract, it seems to have an ability to bond with ingested fat and carry it out in the stool. For this reason, it has been tried as an agent for lower...
Score: 86%
 
10.Echinacea
961 The decorative plant Echinacea purpurea , or purple coneflower, has been one of the most popular herbal medications in both the United States and Europe for over a century. Native Americans used the related species Echinacea angustifolia for a wide variety of problems, including respiratory infections and snakebite. Herbal physicians among the ...
Score: 86%
 

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