AARM Reference Review CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS Pueraria mirifica is a Leguminoseae family herb that thrives in warm moist climates around the world. Pueraria mirifica is indigenous to Thailand, where it known by the name Kwao Kruea Khao. It has been the subject of numerous recent clinical investigations for possible benefits to menopausal women. Pueraria mirifica contains …Read More
Journal of Restorative Medicine
AARM Reference Review CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS Gum Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Blue Flag root (Iris versicolor) and seaweeds such as Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) are naturally occurring compounds that may aid in the treatment of hypothyroidism. Because these work via different mechanisms, they may be combined to synergistically support the thyroid⎯particularly in situations of thyroid hypofunction and Hashimoto’s …Read More
AARM Reference Review CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS Adaptogens are a category of herbs that may increase an organism’s ability to adapt to its environment1. It is possible that adaptogenic herbs can prevent, treat, and enable people to recover from the effects of acute or long-term stress. KEY HERBS DISCUSSED Eleuthero Root (Eleutherococcus), Holy Basil (Ocimum), and Rhodiola …Read More
Reversing Hypometabolic Symptoms by Normalizing Low Body Temperatures with Sustained-release T3 in Patients with Euthyroid TSH Levels
E. Denis Wilson, MD Michael Friedman, ND ©2012 , E. Denis Wilson, MD Journal Compilation©2012 AARM ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE Currently, the position of the American Thyroid Association is that hypothyroidism causes symptoms of metabolic slowing due to inadequate production of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland; it is diagnosed by a lab result of a high …Read More
Gabor Maté, MD ©2012, Gabor Maté, MD Journal Compilation ©2012, AARM ABSTRACT Rather than choice, chance or genetic predetermination, it is childhood adversity that creates the susceptibility for addiction. Humans and animals require nurturing from a caregiver in order to survive, When a child does not receive consistent, secure interactions, or experiences painfully stressing …Read More
Jorge D. Flechas, MD ©2012, Jorge D. Flechas, MD Journal Compilation ©2012, AARM ABSTRACT Iodine deficiency is a leading cause of thyroid disorders. Deficiency can manifest as hypothyroidism, goiter, or impaired mental function. Insufficient levels of iodine increase the risk of thyroid cancer and may be associated with risk of breast, ovarian, endometrial, stomach, and …Read More
Eugene R. Zampieron, ND Ellen J. Kamhi. , PhD, RN ©2012, Eugene Zampieron Journal Compilation ©2012, AARM INTRODUCTION Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), ankylosing spondylitis, and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), involve destruction of healthy cells by the body’s own defensive mechanism. If the immune system’s faux pas is not corrected, the attack can …Read More
Joseph E. Pizzorno, ND Joseph J. Katzinger, ND ©2012, Joseph Pizzorno, ND Journal Compilation ©2012, AARM ABSTRACT Glutathione (GSH), the most abundant intracellular low molecular weight thiol, has diverse physiological roles, and altered GSH status has been implicated in a number of chronic, acute, and age-related diseases, as well as the aging process itself. …Read More
Sadeq A. Quraishi, MD, MHA Carlos A. Camargo, Jr, MD, MPH, DrPH ©2012, Sadeq A. Quraishi, MD Journal Compilation ©2012, AARM ABSTRACT Objective To review the current literature regarding vitamin D insufficiency and supplementation in major illnesses. Design and Methods We reviewed Pubmed-indexed, English language manuscripts from January, 2003 to June, 2012 using search …Read More
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