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Therapeutic Foods and Parkinson’s

Dear Friends

Last week one of our doctors reported the following successful protocol for a new patient with a declining condition of Parkinson’s Disease (PD).  The patient could barely walk.

After analysis, the doctor added these three products:

After two months the patient is now walking 4 miles a day.  And was having increasingly long stretches where she was feeling very well.

Gao et al., (2012) found that daily intake of dietary flavonoids lowers the risk of developing Parkinson disease in a large cohort of 49,281 men and 80,336 women that were followed for 20-22 years.  In general, high amounts of flavonoids, such as anthocyanins, quercetin, epicatechin, and proanthocyanidins were found to be protective. People who eat less blueberries and strawberries are more likely to develop PD. During that time 438 men and 367 women developed Parkinson Disease. Other studies show that blueberry and strawberry extracts increase dopamine release alleviating oxidative stress and suppressing neuroinflammation (Balk et al., 2006).

A number of factors play into the risk reduction or even a turnaround into better health: researchers have known for a long time that more fiber and lower animal fats reduce the risk of PD (Renoudet et al, 2012). The combination of fiber, probiotics (to produce L-dopa), and polyphenols in the Beta Glucan and No 7 all play part in the healthy functioning of our nervous system.

Our protocols add the Phyto Power and Blueberry Extract for a powerful addition of polyphenols. We’ll discuss these two products in our next email.


Balk, E., Chung, M., Raman, G., Tatsioni, A., Chew, P., Ip, S., … & Lau, J. (2006). B vitamins and berries and age-related neurodegenerative disorders. Evid Rep Technol Assess (Full Rep), 134, 1-161.

Gao, X., Cassidy, A., Schwarzschild, M. A., Rimm, E. B., & Ascherio, A. (2012). Habitual intake of dietary flavonoids and risk of Parkinson disease. Neurology, 78(15), 1138-1145.

Renoudet, V. V., Costa-Mallen, P., & Hopkins, E. (2012). A diet low in animal fat and rich in N-hexacosanol and fisetin is effective in reducing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Journal of medicinal food, 15(8), 758-761.



We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners. There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.

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The ultimate serious drink, the No 7 Longevity is bursting with a vital assortment of green leafy and hardy vegetables, fruits and berries concentrates, the BioImmersion Super Blend of naturally occurring whole probiotics with their supernatant and ORNS, fiber, and purposely selected nutriceuticals. The No 7 is defiantly powerful.*

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