Restorative Medicine Digest

Tauroursodeoxycholic Acid (TUDCA): A Promising Neuroprotective Agent Derived from Bile Salts

Evidence continues to mount in support of TUDCA’s potential clinical application as part of a therapeutic approach to the treatment of neuroinflammatory and neurodegenerative conditions. read more »

Fisetin: A Powerful Polyphenol that Supports Healthy Aging

Preclinical studies indicate that fisetin has neurotrophic, cardioprotective, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anticarcinogenic effects. read more »

Natural Therapies to Support Neuroprotection

Several natural therapies that, in combination with beneficial dietary and lifestyle changes, may be neuroprotective for patients with auto-immune or neuroinflammatory conditions. read more »

Natural Therapies to Support Myelin Health

Several natural approaches that may promote remyelination and adaptive levels of NGF in people living with MS. read more »

Hormone Therapy and Multiple Sclerosis

Communication between brain neurohormone and endocrine hormone production is central to neuroendocrine integration. Neuroendocrine hormones influence multiple metabolic functions as well as mood, sleep, memory, neurogenesis, and neuronal myelination. read more »

A Brief Review of Natural Therapies to Support Immunomodulation

Immunomodulation is the process of regulating the immune system to ensure it responds adaptively. Normally, the immune system self-regulates through mechanisms of physiological homeostasis. However, in several health conditions, including cancer and auto-immune disorders, the self-regulatory mechanism is unable to function optimally. read more »

Updates in Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Accumulating evidence from human studies suggests that autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (AHSCT) is successful at inducing long-term remission and improvement in disability for people with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). read more »

Updates in Neurology: The Neuroprotective Role of Dietary Polyphenols

It’s been known for a while that polyphenols are important antioxidants. Now, an increasing number of studies suggest that dietary polyphenols have potent anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties as well. read more »

Post-COVID Syndrome

Dr. Heather Zwickey explains Post-COVID Syndrome. Post-COVID syndrome refers to any long-term symptoms that remain when the infection is over. read more »

What Is the Best Diet for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis?

The etiology of multiple sclerosis (MS) is still poorly understood, but it’s likely that a complex interplay of both genetic and environmental factors contributes to its development. Interestingly, no definitive evidence has been found for a genetic association with the clinical course of MS, suggesting that environmental factors might play a key role in prognosis. Diet is an obvious modifiable factor for physicians to explore with their MS patients given that food can have a powerful effect on the inflammatory process. read more »

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