Treatments and Remedies for Meningitis

 
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Despite the pain and discomfort that it could give to a patient, meningitis is fortunately a curable disease. To help yourself get well from meningitis, try applying or following these natural remedies for a fuss-free and speedy recovery, minus harmful side effects.

Typical Treatment Protocols for Meningitis Can Be Risky

Since meningitis is caused by either viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites,1 there are different meningitis treatment protocols that you can opt for. Knowing the type of meningitis that a patient has is the ultimate factor in determining the best way to treat the disease.2

Unfortunately, conventional meningitis remedies often do more harm than good. Research has proven that some remedies may not even work in treating the disease, but rather, could further cause negative health impacts.

Patients with viral meningitis are prescribed antiviral medications, especially if the sickness occurs because of a severe herpes or influenza virus infection.

But two known anti-viral medications, Tamiflu (oseltamivir) and Relenza (zanamivir), were shown by the Cochrane Collaboration to not only be ineffective in treating flu, but also to lead to serious side effects.

In fact, the report showed that there is no significant evidence linking these drugs to a decrease in viral transmission.3 Further, Tamiflu was linked to side effects such as:4

Nausea

Vomiting

Headaches

Kidney problems

Psychiatric events

Heart rhythm problems

Meanwhile, bacterial and parasitic meningitis patients are often given antibiotics like cephalosporins and rifampin that come with harmful side effects as well.5

A 2016 study published in the journal Cell Host Microbe revealed that antibiotics could actually promote diseases, because they create an oxygen-rich environment that could spur the growth of pathogens.6

Antibiotics also not only kill beneficial bacteria residing in your gut, but destroy your immune system (80 percent of which is in your gut) in the process.

However, if a case of meningitis is so severe that antibiotic treatment may really be necessary, make sure that you take a probiotic a few hours before or after taking the antibiotic to replenish your supply of healthy bacteria. High-dose IV medications, amphotericin B or miconazole may be recommended to treat fungal and parasitic meningitis. Unfortunately, various antifungal medications have been linked to devastating side effects such as:7

Itching and redness

Mild burning sensation/s

Headaches

Pain in the muscles, joints and abdomen

Diarrhea

Vomiting

Rashes

Indigestion

Allergic reactions (swelling of the face, neck or tongue)

Severe skin reactions (blistering skin)

Difficulty breathing

Liver damage (although this is rare)

Chills

Loss of appetite

High temperature fever

Anemia (wherein the amount of red blood cells in your body is reduced)

These Natural Treatment Methods Are More Effective

Instead of these conventional treatments for meningitis that could pose a threat to your health, why not try these natural remedies? Here are some of your best options:8

Garlic: A very accessible and inexpensive superfood, garlic was shown to be effective against multiple diseases (meningitis included) because of allicin, its active ingredient. Allicin and other organic compounds in garlic are loaded with antioxidants that have antiviral and antibacterial capabilities. Meningitis patients will surely benefit from garlic, since it can support the elimination and prevention of infections.

Reishi mushrooms: These mushrooms that have a bright red color and varnished “finish”9 could benefit meningitis patients. The triterpenes and polysaccharides in reishi mushrooms help make your immune system stronger and decrease inflammation caused by the illness.

Chlorella: Patients who take this single-celled fresh water algae could take advantage of the high chlorophyll content. According to Organic Facts, the chlorophyll that is typically linked to the process of photosynthesis in plants actually has a structure that’s similar to hemoglobin (a protein molecule in red blood cells10).

As a result, red blood cell production is improved, leading to an increase in oxygenation, purification of the blood and faster recovery and repair of the damage caused by meningitis.

Coconut oil: If fungi are responsible for a case of meningitis, then you can count on coconut oil to help eliminate them. According to a 2015 study published in the journal mSphere, coconut oil worked as an effective alternative to antifungal drugs and may aid in inhibiting the growth of Candida albicans, or yeast that normally live in your digestive tract.11

Unlike vegetable oils that have unhealthy long-chain fatty acids (LCFAs), the medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) present in coconut oil are known to help your body absorb nutrients, enhance your body’s metabolism and promote weight loss. These fatty acids are also converted to energy instead of being stored as fat.

Aside from beneficial antifungal properties, coconut oil also contains antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-viral properties, making this oil an all-around health booster.

Lifestyle Tweaks That Are Effective Against Meningitis

Aside from the natural treatment protocols mentioned earlier, there are also certain changes to your lifestyle that you should make to not only get rid of meningitis, but keep your body in tiptop shape and aid in preventing other illnesses from harming you:12,13,14

Maintain a healthy diet: Aside from getting enough rest, a healthy diet composed of real food can assist in treating meningitis and building up your immune system. This means that your diet should have virtually unlimited amounts of organic vegetables, substantial quantities of healthy fats and moderation portions of grass-fed meats.

Don’t forget to hydrate with water as well, so that excess waste, bacteria and proteins are flushed from your body and do not build up in your kidneys and bladder.15 If you want a refreshing flavor to your drink, add lemon or cucumber slices, or even lime juice.

Fruit juice is also another option, but consume it fresh and in moderation, and do not buy any grocer's processed varieties. Fruits in general contain fructose, which can be disastrous to your health if consumed excessively.

Bed rest is important: This is actually one of the best remedies for meningitis. By making sure to get plenty of rest, the patient allows his or her immune system to recuperate from the damage caused by the illness, as well as lessen exposure to other pathogens and viruses. Aside from bed rest, unnecessary exposure to temperature changes and germ-heavy environments is also advised.

Because some cases of meningitis can be either contagious or extremely painful, there are patients who may require hospitalization, which can last up to a few days or even weeks, especially if complications arise.

Use cold packs if you have a fever: While these are not able to ultimately stop the agent that causes meningitis, cold packs could provide relief. This is because some patients may develop fever, which may become severe in some instances. Using cold packs helps in keeping the fever down, so that your immune system may better combat inflammation and infection.

Try a neutral bath: In meningitis patients, blood could rush to the brain and the spinal cord as your body attempts to relieve this complication. But more inflammation could still happen, despite your body’s best efforts. Neutral baths allow your blood to respond to the infection and redistribute properly all over your body, as well as relieve inflammation and discomfort in both your brain and spinal cord.

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Here’s How You Can Prevent Meningitis

 
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Meningitis is a preventable disease, and taking the first steps to avoid it is crucial. In fact, you can begin preparing your body against this devastating disease right now.

Even better, you can teach these tips and tricks to younger members of your household and/or community so that they can stop this disease from affecting them. Here are just some of the most efficient meningitis precautions:1

Wash your hands properly: The simple act of washing your hands before and after eating, after using the toilet, spending time in a crowded public place or petting animals can be effective against meningitis. By doing so, you help prevent the spread of germs and other agents that cause this illness.

When washing hands, always use a gentle and mild soap. Avoid antibacterial brands sold in most stores today because they contain a harmful chemical called triclosan.

Animal studies showed that triclosan led to fetal bone malformations in mice and rats, altered the thyroid hormone-controlled metamorphosis process of the North American bullfrog and lowered circulating concentrations of thyroxine (a thyroid hormone) in male rats.2,3

Aside from these effects on animals, triclosan was found to help stimulate the growth and development of breast cancer cells, impede muscle function in both humans and animals and cause an increase in allergies among children.4,5,6

Avoid sharing personal items with others: Refrain from sharing eating utensils, drinking glasses and cups, lip balms or toothbrushes with other people. Having close contact with secretions like saliva, nasal mucus or sputum (also known as phlegm7) from an infected person could raise your risk for meningitis.8

Cover your mouth or nose when you cough or sneeze: If you have the urge to cough or sneeze, always cover your mouth or nose, because this could eventually spread meningitis-causing viruses or bacteria.

Maintain a healthy lifestyle: A healthy immune system could effectively ward off agents that could trigger meningitis.

Make sure to get enough sleep, exercise regularly and consume a diet that contains high amounts of fruits and vegetables, moderate quantities of grass-fed protein and substantial portions of healthy fats.

If you’re pregnant, be cautious with your food: When you do this, you can reduce your risk of having listeriosis, an infection caused by listeria bacteria. This is a type of bacteria strain that is also known to lead to meningitis.9

When cooking meat, make sure the temperature stands at 165 degrees Fahrenheit or 74 degrees Celsius, or that it is cooked thoroughly (but not charred or burnt).

It’s Best to be Informed on Vaccine Safety

Nowadays, vaccines that aim to “protect” a person from various types of meningitis are quickly rising in popularity, with so many people getting vaccinated when they have the chance, rather than taking the time to become fully informed of any potential risks. There are actually four types of meningitis vaccines here in the U.S., with some being administered to children as young as 2 months of age:10

However, as studies have already proven, vaccines may actually cause harmful side effects. Case in point: A study published in 2008 showed that Prevnar, a vaccine typically used against pneumonia, meningitis and bloodstream infections, was actually responsible for increasing rates of otitis media (ear infection), meningitis and pneumonia — the very diseases it was supposed to protect against.

This happened because of serotypes that were not initially included in the initial Prevnar vaccine becoming stronger when vaccine supressed the others.11,12

What Happens If You’re Diagnosed With Meningitis?

Some patients who are diagnosed with meningitis must be separated from other people to prevent transmission and contamination. Common meningitis isolation techniques utilized by hospitals include:13,14

Droplet precautions: If meningitis is caused by the bacteria strain Neisseria meningitides,15 droplet precaution is advised during the first 24 hours of antimicrobial therapy, alongside mask and face protection for intubation.

Droplet precautions aim to prevent contact with mucus and secretions from the patient’s nose and sinuses, throat, airways and lungs. As such, wearing of a surgical mask is required among visitors or medical personnel entering the patient’s room.

Contact precautions: These are recommended for infants and children who are affected with enteroviruses. Contact precautions are needed against germs that can be spread by touching. People are advised to wear gloves and a gown before touching the infected person or other objects inside the room.

Airborne precautions: This type of precaution is required for very small germs that could float in the air and travel long distances. Infected patients are placed in negative pressure rooms that gently the suck the air out and prevent it from flowing into the hallway.

Airborne precautions intend to help keep staff, visitors and other people from breathing in the germs. Any person who will be entering a negative pressure room must put on a well-fitted respirator mask first.

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Signs and Symptoms of Meningitis to Be Aware of

 
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Identifying meningitis as quickly as possible could be vital when it comes to recovering from the disease. There are actually many symptoms attributed to meningitis, but arguably, rashes that appear on your body are the most common hallmark of this illness.1

Rashes that develop if you have meningitis appear as small pink, red or purple pinpricks at first,2 then eventually spread over the body, resembling large bruises. Once bleeding under the skin occurs, these rashes could turn dark red or deep purple.3

To learn if these rashes are caused by meningitis and not another condition, roll a glass or tumbler on your skin. If the marks don’t fade, these rashes are very likely caused by meningitis. Furthermore, these could even be a sign of septicemia or blood poisoning, which requires immediate treatment.4

These rashes can be difficult to see if you’re dark-skinned. Because of this, make sure to watch out for spots or marks in these areas:5

Watch Out for Other Symptoms of Meningitis

An important note to remember: Not everyone with meningitis will develop these rashes once they’re infected.6 Instead, they may experience other symptoms, such as:7

Fever with a temperature over 37.5 degrees Celsius or 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit

Feeling and being sick

Irritability and lack of energy

Headaches

Aching muscles and joints

Rapid breathing

Cold hands and feet

Pale, mottled skin

Stiff neck

Confusion

Dislike towards bright lights

Drowsiness

Fits or seizures

   

The aforementioned hallmarks are usually seen in adults. On the other hand, the symptoms of meningitis in infants and children are listed below:8

Children Younger Than 3 Months Children Older Than 1 Years Old
Decreased liquid intake or poor feeding Headache
Vomiting Nausea and vomiting
Increased lethargy Fever
Rashes Rashes
Stiff neck Increased sensitivity to light
Fever Altered mental status (child seems confused or odd)
Bulging fontanelle (soft spot on top of the head) Lethargy
Seizure activity Seizure activity
Shock Coma
Hypothermia (low temperature) Neck stiffness or neck pain
Hypotonia (floppiness) Brudzinski sign (knees are automatically brought up toward the body when the neck is bent forward or when there is pain in the legs when bent)
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Kernig sign (inability to straighten the lower legs after the hips have been flexed at a 90-degree angle)
Jaundice (yellowing of skin)  

Tests That Could Help Diagnose Meningitis Cases

If you notice any of the symptoms mentioned on yourself or on someone you know, do not hesitate to consult a physician immediately. This way, the cause of your sickness can be determined and a course of action to help you recover can be recommended. Your physician may perform any of these tests to check if you have meningitis or not:9,10

Physical examination: This is done to look for pronounced symptoms of meningitis.

Blood cultures: During this test, blood samples are placed in a special dish to see if microorganisms like bacteria grow. The samples can also be placed on a slide, stained with Gram’s strain and studied under a microscope to look for bacteria.

Lumbar puncture or spinal tap: This examination entails drawing out a sample of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from the spine. CSF samples from meningitis patients are said to often display low sugar/glucose levels and high amounts of white blood cells and proteins.

Your physician could call for a lumbar puncture to accurately determine the bacteria strain that caused the disease. However, if your physician thinks that you have viral meningitis, he or she can give you the go-ahead to undergo a polyamerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification. This DNA-based test searches for antibodies against viruses. This way, the exact cause and proper treatment for a case of viral meningitis can be determined.

Computerized tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans: These two types of imaging could check for swelling or inflammation in your head. Your physician may also recommend a X-ray on your chest or sinuses because these may show infections in other areas that are also associated with meningitis.

Immediate treatment of meningitis is important, as some cases could become severe and life-threatening. A 2014 report in The Lancet revealed that the 2013 meningitis death rate was around 303,500 deaths worldwide.11

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An Ideal Diet for Meningitis Patients

 
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The road to recovery from meningitis is a healthy and nutritious diet. Ideally, meningitis patients should consume unrestricted quantities of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables, moderate amounts of high-quality protein and generous portions of healthy fats.

These three food groups work well together not just in alleviating the disease, but in optimizing your health in the long run as well.

Stock Up on These Food Items

Patients with meningitis should ensure that their diet is loaded with fresh organic produce, even after they have been treated.1

Fruits and vegetables are known to provide antioxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that can help them heal quickly. They also strengthen the immune system that serves as the body’s defense against diseases.

If you or someone you know is affected with meningitis, it is recommended that they start by consuming these:2,3

Fruits Vegetables
Watermelons Broccoli
Grapefruits Red capsicums
Cantaloupes Carrots
Papayas Cabbages
Berries Leafy, green vegetables

A word of advice if you’re planning to eat any of the fruits mentioned above: Always eat them in moderation. They contain fructose, a type of sugar that can be detrimental to your health if eaten in high amounts.

Aside from fresh fruits and vegetables, incorporate organic pasture-raised chicken and lean meats into your diet as well. High-quality proteins can provide you with important nutrients and vitamins such as omega-3 fats, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and vitamin E.4

Make sure you acquire these foods from trustworthy organic sources instead of sources that use confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs), so you significantly lower your risk of exposure to bacteria and artificial ingredients.

Another good type of protein that you should eat if you have meningitis is salmon.5Sadly, most salmon today is farmed, which tend to be abundant in artificial additives and hormones while being deficient in nutrients. If you choose high-quality, wild Alaskan salmon, however, it’s the other way around — your body gets more of the nutrients and less of the undesirable and artificial components.

Different nuts and seeds are also good additions to a meningitis patient’s diet.6 In a nutshell (no pun intended), you could obtain exceptional amounts of healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that could improve your health. Some of your best bets include:

Lastly, don’t forget to drink adequate amounts of fluids, especially water, to help in flushing out toxins from your body. You could also drink juices made from lemons, pineapples and oranges, provided that you consume them in moderation to avoid a fructose spike. Make these drinks at home instead of buying commercially prepared varieties that are loaded with artificial sweeteners and other synthetic ingredients.

Mark These Foods as Harmful for Meningitis Patients

Meningitis patients are advised to refrain from eating or drinking the following items:7

Sugary foods

White flour food items

Deli meats

Processed foods

Smoked fish

Sushi

Caffeinated beverages

Alcoholic drinks

 

Most, if not all, of these food items contain ingredients that could pose additional health risks, such as fructose, starches and artificial ingredients. Meanwhile, the fish products in question may come from fish raised in captivity, fed an unnatural diet of grain and growth hormones and/or may even be contaminated with toxins and mercury.

Simple Reconsiderations You Should Make to Your Diet

While it’s traditionally advised to abstain from consuming dairy products if you have meningitis,8 this doesn’t mean you should stop consuming dairy entirely. Make it a point to consume raw, grass-fed dairy, although in limited portions, from time to time because it contain vitamins and nutrients that could be beneficial for you. In particular, raw dairy has been shown to have substantial amounts of:

Healthy gut bacteria

Raw fats, amino acids and proteins in a highly bioavailable form

Digestive enzymes, growth factors and immunoglobulins or antibodies

Vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K

Omega-3 fats (while being low in omega-6 fats)

Healthy unoxidized cholesterol

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)

   

Meningitis patients are also advised to avoid eating foods loaded with salt,9 a primary source of sodium. This is because too much salt can increase your blood pressure and cause vasoconstriction or narrowing of the arteries. However, less than optimal amounts can be harmful as well.10 This is why you shouldn’t eliminate salt in your diet completely; rather, strive for a good balance since a certain amount of sodium is necessary for your body to function.

Hyponatremia is a devastating side effect of eating too little sodium, and can result in an increase in your body’s fluid levels and swelling in your body’s cells. You’re also more prone to experiencing the following if you don’t get enough sodium in your system:

Headaches

Hallucinations

Energy loss

Fatigue

Seizures

Muscle weakness, spasms or cramps

Studies have also shown that a low-salt diet increased a person’s insulin resistance (a major factor in type 2 diabetes), while another study showed that eating less than 3,000 milligrams of sodium per day contributed to a rise in deaths caused by heart disease.11,12

These results show why sodium from a source like natural and unprocessed salt is an extremely vital part of your diet that should not be taken for granted. However, remember to constantly monitor your daily intake of sodium, especially if you are still struggling with this condition. Having high amounts of sodium in your system can still lead to unwanted complications.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions About Meningitis

 
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Q: How do you contract meningitis? Is meningitis airborne?

A: Some types of meningitis are airborne. Patients acquire bacterial meningitis by kissing, sharing eating or drinking utensils, coughing or sneezing. Bacteria is typically found in the saliva and mucus of an infected person.1

Although fungal meningitis isn’t contagious, inhaling fungi spores in the air, undergoing medical techniques where the fungi is directly inserted into the central nervous system or entering of fungi into an infected site near the central nervous system can trigger this illness.2

Q: How common is meningitis?

A: Statistics show that in the U.S., 10 out of 100,000 people are diagnosed with viral meningitis every year, while 3 in 100,000 people have bacterial meningitis. In the U.K., the Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) says that 3,200 instances of meningitis and meningococcal septicemia happen yearly.3

However, these numbers greatly rise in the “meningitis belt” in sub-Saharan Africa, where meningitis epidemics occur frequently during the dry season in countries such as Sudan, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya. The numbers from the 2014 epidemic season revealed that there were 14,317 suspected meningitis cases and 1,304 deaths.4,5

Q: What are the long-term effects of meningitis? Is meningitis fatal?

A: Unfortunately, having meningitis could lead to long-term consequences. The results of the MRF’s Impact of Meningitis Research Survey found that meningitis patients experienced fatigue (6 percent of cases), hearing loss (10 percent) and behavioral, emotional and psychological problems (13 percent).6

Meningitis patients could also suffer from brain inflammation, light sensitivity, deafness, lack of appetite, joint and body pain, blotchy skin and falling blood pressure,7 along with other devastating complications. Even worse, meningitis could be fatal, especially bacterial meningitis cases.8

Q: What are the first signs of meningitis among adults? Is it possible to have meningitis even without a fever?

A: Rashes on the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, stomach, inside the eyelids and roof of the mouth typically appear in meningitis patients. However, other symptoms of the disease include high fever, headaches, feeling and being sick, irritability and lack of energy, pale and mottled skin, aching muscles and joints and having fits and seizures.9

Patients who have meningitis can experience a combination of any of these meningitis symptoms, so it’s possible that some may not have fever, but show other indicators instead.

Q: Can meningitis cause seizures?

A: Seizures are a known symptom of this disease and can occur in both adults and children.10,11 Seizures can also be a complication of meningitis, as they can manifest after a diagnosis has been made.12,13

Q: What tests can be done to check for meningitis?

A: Four tests can be done to diagnose meningitis, namely physical examinations, blood cultures, lumbar puncture or spinal tap, computerized tomography (CT) scan or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans.14,15

Q: Are there guidelines for effective meningitis treatment?

A: To effectively treat meningitis, skip conventional treatments like over-the-counter medications and antibiotics, which may lead to side effects. Patients with meningitis could benefit from natural remedies and lifestyle practices that could alleviate the disease and potentially prevent other illnesses. However, in some cases such as bacterial or parasitic meningitis, hospitalization may be necessary.

Q: What is the duration of meningitis treatment?

A: Treatment depends on the type of meningitis that the patient was diagnosed with. Usually, viral meningitis isn’t treated since the illness goes away on its own, with symptoms disappearing within two weeks.16

Meanwhile, treatment for bacterial meningitis could take longer. Patients with this disease require immediate medical attention17 and hospitalization to prevent brain damage and death.18 As for people with fungal meningitis, treatment duration depends on the strength of the patient’s immune system and the type of fungus that caused the infection.19

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Disachariden, 3 polyol, 4 producten met aspartaam, 5 Giftige E nummers in degelijk lijkende produkten, 6 Safety card Natronloog of te wel E524, toevoeging van sommige cacao merken!, 7 Soja, | Appendix 7a Sucralose | Bijlage 8 Vitaminen, Mineralen, Sporenelementen, Eiwitten, Vetten, Koolhydraten in Voedingsmiddelen, Kruiden | Bijlage 9 Himalayazout | Bijlage 10 Toxic Ingredients You Should Avoid | Bijlage 11 Bijwerkingen Ritalin(Methylfenidraat) | Bijlage 12 Aspartaam, hoe een stof wat gaten in de hersens van muizen brandt veilig voor menselijke consumptie werd bevonden. | Bijlage 13 Hypoglycemia | Bijlage 14 Budwig | Bijlage 14a Geitenmelk: waarom het lichter verteerbaar is dan koemelk | Bijlage 15 E nummers | Bijlage 16 Cadeaus om te vermijden | Bijlage 17: Dieetmaatregelen tegen kanker | Bijlage 18 "Hoe tanden in elkaar zitten." | Bijlage 19 kankercellen uitroeien door suikers te vervangen door gezonde vetten | bijlage 20 meer over kankergenezing | bijlage 21 Zuurzak Soursop | Bijlage 22 Crisis en oplossingen: roggker=recht op gezondheid, geluk, kennis en rechtvaardigheid | Bijlage 23 Milieuschandalen (hier stond eerst de G4dv, die is verplaatst naar de beginpagina) | Bijlage 24 Het Echte Nieuws over gif in het milieu | Bijlage 24 a Hout | Bijlage 25 vooronderzoek G4dieet | Bijlage 26 Vooronderzoek TVtandpasta | Bijlage 27 Voorbeelden van de denkfout in de Westerse Medische Wetenschap, waardoor ze steeds de plank misslaan als het aankomt op bepalen wat gezonde voeding is: Calcium en beta caroteen | Bijlage 28 Kruiden | Bijlage 29 Vitamines, Mineralen, eiwitten, vetten em koolhydraten | Bijlage 30 Gevaar van magnetron en vooral van in voedsel in plasticbakken verwarmen | bijlage 31 Schema voedingsmiddelen:vitamines, mineralen, eiwitten, vetten en koolhydraten | Bijlage 32 Schema Bedenkelijke stoffen, E-nummers, toevoegingen, giffen | Gifvrij dieet en Gifvrije verzorging | Bijlage 33 kankerbestrijding | bijlage 34 Het gevaar van pinda's | Bijlage 35 Proteïnen in yoghurt | Bijlage 36 Eten uit de natuur | Bijlage 37 Superfoods: a.Aloë Vera, b.Omega 3-6-9 olie, c.Kefir, d.Kombucha, e.Yoghurt, f.Cranberrysap,g. Gember, h.walnoten, i. zonnebloempitten, j. bosbessen, k.zeewier, l.wortelsap, m.ginkgobiloba,n. guldenroede, o.peu dárco, p. driekleurig | Bijlage 37 a. Aloe Vera | Bijlage 38 The Problem with Wheat | Bijlage 39 Himalaya Zout vs De rotzooi die voor zout doorgaat | Bijlage 40 Benefits of Goats milk over Cows milk | Bijlage 41 The problem with most vegetable oils and margarine | bijlage 42 for healthy bones calcium, vitamin D, vitamine k2, magnesium, trace elements | Bijlage 43 The dangers of acrylamide (carbohydrates baked above 210 degrees Celcius) | Bijlage 44 Gevaren van plastic, aluminium en andere verpakkingsmaterialen | bijlage 45 Dangers of Fishoil and better sources for omega 3 | bijlage 46 fruit tegen kanker (aardbeien, cranberries etc) | bijlage 47 Hoog tijd voor een nieuwe schijf van 5 | bijlage 48 Uitleg hoe inentingen autisme veroorzaken door glutamaat productie in de hersenen te stimuleren wat schadelijk is voor de hersenen en voor de hersen ontwikkeling | bijlage 49 Korte Geschiedenis van Monsanto, pagina van Dr Mercola± In Amerika vechten ze voor wat hier heel gewoon is±etiketten waar op staat wat er in voedsel zit. | Bijlage 50 Nep ADHD diagnoses | Bijlage 51 Vrouw vertelt over uitgelekt NASA document over oorlog tegen de mensheid | bijlage 52 Bij medicijn dat zogenaamd cholesterol verlaagd juist 52$ hogere kans op plak in de aderen rondom het hart/ 52@ higher chance of heart plaque when tajking certain cholesterol lowering medicines. | Bijlage 53 Welke oliën zijn veilig om te verhitten? | Bijlage 54 Dr Mercola over Genetisch Gemanipuleerd voedsel"de tekenen dat de hegemonie van Monsanto begint te tanen | bijlage 55 Dr Mercola: genetisch gemanipuleerd voedsel: ontworpen om insecten te doden, maar het maakt ook onze cellen kapot. | Bijlage 56 Dr Mercola Alzeheimer detectie methode, en g4dv ook preventief voor Alzheimer | Bijlage 57 Het einde van het antibiotisch tijdperk aangebroken door toenemend aantal antibiotica resistente bacteriën, Ook hierop is de g4dv een antwoord. | Bijlage 58 Vaccinaties gaan om geld, niet om ziektebestrijding | Bijlage 59 Artikel Dr. Mercola over kankerverwekkende zaken in persoonlijke verzorgings- en huishoud producten | Bijlage 60 Dr. Mercola: Pesticiden kunnen neurologische schade aanrichten, gebruik liever etherische olie voor huisdieren en plant liever goudsbloem in de tuin | Bijlage 61 5 miljoen chronisch zieken in Nederland, zorg VS ook waardeloos | Bijlage 62 Gevaar vaccinaties | Bijlage 63: Gevaren antibiotica in vlees (artikel va Dr. Mercola) | Bijlage 64: Gevaren Testosteron behandeling | Bijlage 65 transvetten zijn de boosdoeners, verzadigde vetten zijn juist goed! (Dr Mercola) | Bijlage 66: Hippocrates Health Institute | Bijlage 68:NVWA hoge boetes voor gezondheidsclaims | Bijlage 69: Voor een gezond hart heb je gezonde vetten nodig | Bijlage 70 Eieren moet je bewaren op kamer temeratuur, niet in de koelkast! | Bijlage 71: Gevaren van niet gefilterd water | Bijlage 67:Boetes voor het zeggen dat iets buiten de farmaceutische industrie gunstig voor de gezondheid is | Bijlage 72 Vitamine D bronnen | Bijlage 73 Chiazaad voedingsinformatie | Bijlage 74: Voordelen van gefermenteerd voedsel | Bijlage 75 9 voedingsmiddelen die je nooit moet eten | Bijlage 76 Top 10 artikelen van Dr. Mercola van 2013 | Bijlage 77: Dr Mercola: De beste wapens tegen griep. | bijlage 78 The secret of longevity | bijlage 79 Het Grote Vaccinatie Debat 15 december 2013 | Bijlage 80 Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents & Young Girls It?s All A Giant Deadly Scam | Biijlage 81 How Grazing Cows Can Save the Planet, and Other Surprising Ways of Healing the Earth | Bijlage 82 De Verborgen Gevaren van Vaccinaties | Bijlage 83 CDC Admits as Many as 30 Million Americans Could be at Risk for Cancer Due to Polio Vaccine | Bijlage 84 We hebben 100 keer meer microben dan cellen in ons lichaam. De meeste helpen ons. Zullen we hun ook helpen? | Bijlage 85 Belang van licht en slaap | Bijlage 86 Artikel Dr Mercola over vergissingen in voeding die tot voedings tekorten leiden. | Bijlage 87 In Amerika beïnvloedt Junkfoodindustrie diëtistenopleidingen | bijlage 88 Dr Coldwell: Elke kanker kan in 2 tot 16 weken genezen worden | Bijlage 89: Want to Know over Tetanus | Bijlage 90: Dr. Russel Blaylock | Bijlage 91 Wat zijn opvliegers? | Bijlage 92, Dr Mercola: One in 25 Patients End Up with Hospital-Acquired Infections, CDC Warns | Bijlage 93 Dr Mercola Toxic Combo of Roundup and Fertilizers Blamed for Tens of Thousands of Deaths | Bijlqge 94 New Studies Show Optimizing Vitamin D Levels May Double Chances of Surviving Breast Cancer, Lower LDL Cholesterol, and Helps Prevent Autism | Bijlage 95, Dr.Mercola: How Vitamin D Performance Testing Can Help Optimize Your Health | Bijlage 96: Be Wary About This Food - It Can Wreck Your Ability to Walk, Talk, and Think | Bijlage 97 Gevaren van Vaccinaties (Mercola) | Bijlage 98: Ouders moeten geïnformeerd worden over de gevaren van vaccineren om een goede keus te kunnen maken | Bijlag 99: Zonnebrandmiddelen gevaarlijker dan zon als het gaat om huidkanker | Bijlage 100 Ignoring This Inflammatory Early Warning Signal Could Cost Your Life | Bijlage 101 Mijd Giffen, Niet Voedingsmiddelen! | Bijlage 102 Mentale rust | Bijlage 103: Voordelen van Kurkuma | Bijlage 104: Dr Mercola article Kruid tegen kanker | No Words | Bijlage 105: Dr Mercola: Sun , vitamin D and vitamin B3 crucial for longevity | Bijlage 106 Cowspiracy film en kritiek | Bijlage 107 Artemesia een effectief anti-malaria kruid | Bijlage 108, Chemotherapie is gevaarlijk | Bijlage 109 Canola oil, what is it, and is it good or bad for people? | Bijlage 110 Are peanuts good or bad for you? | Bijlage 111 Halloween recipes | Bijlage 112 Vaccinatieschade | Bijlage 113 Immigrants seek herbal remedies | Bijlage 114 more_doctors_confessing_to_intentionally_diagnosing_healthy_people_with_cancer | Bijlage 115 Dangers of vaccinating pregnant women | Bijlage 116 Omega 3-6-9 mengsel | Bijlage 117 Waarom er geen koolzaadolie zit in het omega 3-6-9- mengsel van de g4dv | Bijlage 118 Vaccinaties | Bijlage 119 Judy Wilyman, PhD on amti vaccination | Bijlage 120 Wetenschappelijke argumenten die de Keshe scam blootleggen | Bijlage 121 ECEH bacterie | Bijlage 122 grains | Bijlage 123 Make your own chocolate | Bijlage 124 Vaccine Violence | Bijlage 125 Italian court rules mercury and aluminum in vaccines cause autism: US media continues total blackout of medical truth | Bijlage 126 Dr Mercola: Vaccines and Neurological Damage | Bijlage 127 Why many doctors do not vaccinate their own children | Bijlage 128 These graphs show why many doctors don't vaccinate their own children | Bijlage 129 Leaflet Infanrix | Bijlage 130 Vaccine Madness | Bijlage 131 Japanse slachtoffers vaccin baarmoederhalskanker slepen overheid en farmareuzen voor de rechter | Bijlage 132 Pregnancy, labour, delivery and child care | Appendix 133 healing diet for our canine friends | Bijlage 134 Flowchart edible or non-edible | Bijlage 135 Keeping children healthy naturally | Bijlage 136 Vaccines and the Amygdala | Bijlage 137 Revolving door between politics and big pharma explained | Bijlage 138 Ingrediënten Vaccins | Bijlage 139: Medisch scheikundige geeft drie redenen waarom hij zijn kinderen niet laat vaccineren | Bijlage 140 Ryan's story | Bijlage 141 NVKP lezingen dr Hans Moolenburgh | Bijlage 142 HPV vaccine | Bijlage 143 Dr. Hans Moolenburgh over fluoride | Bijlage 144 Baby dies three days after getting six vaccines | Bijlage 145 Interview Trouw met Dr Hans Moolenburgh | Bijlage 146 Jacob van Lennep | Bijlage 147 Flow chart "to believe or not to believe medical or nutritional advice" | Appendix 148 The case experts make against vaccines | Apendix 149 Dr Mercola article: Experts admit Zika threat fraud | Appendix 150 Sudden deaths among health advocates | Appendix 151 Thimerosal | appendix 152 Herd immunity? | Appendix 153 Formaldehyde in vaccines | Appendix 154 Why doctor's say "Do not take the flu shot!" | Bijlage 155 Vaccineren? Natuurlijk niet! En wel hierom: | Appendix 156 Vaccine makers bypass WHO regulations | Bijlage 157 Het probleem van overbehandeling bij borstkanker | Bijlage 158 Chemotherapie vermoordt u | Bijlage 159 Borstbesparende operatie beter dan amputatie voor overlevingskansen bij borstkanker | Appendix 160 Vaccine induced bone fractures | Bijlage 161 hulpstoffen in Vaccins toegegeven door CDC | Appendix 162 meningitis: symptoms, how to prevent, how to treat | Appendix 163 Training of nutrtionists often shady | Appendix 164 Molecular Biochemist Dr.Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD, explains why vaccines not only don't work, but are extremely harmful and can be lethal as well | Appendix 165 CDC knew about MMR vaccine autism link as early as 1999, but covered it up | Appendix 166 Scientists at the vaccine safety debate January 2011 | Appendix 167 Vaccinated children 5 times more likely to contract auto immune diseases | Appendix 168 Before and after vaccine: this is what mass brain destruction looks like | Appendix 169 Hepatitis B | Appendix 170 Countries where vaccines are not mandatory and the nazi roots of vaccines and drugcompanies | Appendix 171 The dangers of soybean oil | Appendix 172 Vaccines do not protect against Measles | Appendix 173 HPV vaccine | Appendix 174 Hoogleraar Peter Gøtzsche over corruptie in de farmaceutische industrie | Appendix 175 Dr Arlan Cage | Appendix 176 How vaccines damage your immune system | Appendix 177 Vaccines are not tested properly | Appendix 178 Documentaries exposing pharma fraud | Appendix 179 Dr Suzanne Humphries | Appendix 180 Dr Russel Blaylock: Vaccinations can kill you or ruin your life | Appendix 181 Doctors who clearly explain why vaccines are neither safe nor effective | Appendix 182 Dr Sherri Tenpenny | Appendix 183 Alan Phillips attorney Vaccine Rights | Appendix 184 Dr Rebecca Carley | Appendix 185 Vaccines bargain basement of the medical industry, says Maurice Hilleman (who developed 36 vaccins) admits AIDS and Cancer causing virusses were added to vaccines | Appendix 186 Many independent studies show vaccine dangers, Damages paid by pharmaceutical companies for vaccine damahge | Appendix 187 The truth behind Vaccinations | Appendix 188: Guess what happened to Nazi war criminals responsible for the genoside of millions: After aquittal or a short prison sentence they went back to being CEO's for big Pharma! | Appendix 189: Mercola: What?s the Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life? | Appendix 190 What happened to Dr Mercola? | Bijlage 191: hoofd RIVM zegt Kindervaccinaties veroorzaken hersenvliesontsteking

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