bodyxq – The Bigger Picture

At the beginning of the 21st century mankind is making great progress in every area of our lives, except the most fundamental one – our health.

Despite many reports about alleged progress in medicine, the sobering fact remains that today"s most common diseases continue on a global scale and in epidemic proportions.

Cardiovascular diseases and cancer, diseases that already kill 3 out of 4 people on this planet already today, are projected to further expand globally over the next generation – instead of being contained.

The costs for mankind to cope with the global expansion of these chronic diseases are projected to reach nearly 50 trillion US dollars – promising to ruin the economies of most nations of the world and destroying any perspective for a dignified life for the young people living today and for all future generations.

This can hardly be called "progress in medicine".

There are several factors contributing to this "deadlock of health" – the single most important one, however, is the pharmaceutical investment "business with disease".

The pharmaceutical industry likes to portray itself as an industry whose aim is preventing and eliminating diseases and reducing human suffering. However, a closer look at the actual business model of this industry tells a different story.

Surprisingly, the nature of this business model is little known despite the fact that it can be analyzed and described with almost mathematical precision. Every school child, teacher, patient, health professional, journalist or politician – in fact, every person living today – should be aware of the principles governing the pharmaceutical industry.

The Laws of the Pharmaceutical Industry

  • 1. The pharmaceutical industry is not a health industry, but an investment business. Its primary focus is not to increase the health of the people – but the shareholder value of its owners.
  • 2. The pharmaceutical industry is not a naturally grown industry – but an artificially created investment business launched more than a century ago by globally operating financial groups around the chemical and oil industries.
  • 3. The defined market place of the pharmaceutical industry is our body – but only as long as it is sick.
  • 4. The continuation and expansion of diseases as drug markets is the precondition for the continued growth of the pharmaceutical investment "business with disease."
  • 5. The key legal tools and economic instruments on which this multi-trillion dollar investment industry is built are patents. They allow the drug makers the arbitrary fixing of their own mark-ups ("royalties") for a new drug which are a driving factor for exploding health care costs.
  • 6. Because patents are only granted for new, synthetic molecules, the drug industry focuses its research on developing synthetically designed, patented chemicals – and markets them as prescription drugs.
  • 7. Most of these chemical substances are unknown to the human body which considers these "foreign" substances as toxins and eliminates them. Thus, the principle of patenting is ultimately responsible for the epidemic of dangerous side effects caused by prescription drugs.
  • 8. In order not to endanger their multi-trillion dollar disease markets, the pharmaceutical companies almost exclusively develop drugs that merely ameliorate symptoms – but hardly ever correct the root cause of diseases.
  • 9. Based on this deceptive strategy the investment circles behind the pharmaceutical investment were able to build a self-image as global "purveyors of health" – while, in fact, thriving on the promotion of diseases as the basis of multi-trillion dollar drug markets.
  • 10. Thus, by its very nature – the pharmaceutical business model is a giant fraud: It promises health to the people and the governments of the world but its entire existence depends on the continuation of the "business with disease".
  • 11. This principle is the reason why today"s most common diseases, including cardiovascular disease and cancer continue in epidemic proportions.
  • 12. To disguise the deceptive nature of the pharmaceutical business the drug companies maintain an army of lobbyists in medicine, media and politics. Their role is to portray the pharmaceutical industry as "Mother Theresa" – as a precondition to be able to channel hundreds of billions in public and private "health care" funds to continue financing the "business with disease".
  • 13. The human and economic consequences of the "business with disease" have been devastating. Over the past century, hundreds of millions of people have died prematurely from cardiovascular disease and other health conditions and trillions in health care costs have been spent for diseases that may have been largely preventable.
  • 14. The biggest threats to this giant investment business thriving on maintaining diseases as markets are health care strategies that aim at the prevention and elimination of these diseases. Any preventive health approach is being heavily fought against by drug lobbyists because it threatens to diminish or extinguish their global markets – i.e. diseases.
  • 15. In few other fields of medicine has more progress been made in recent years than in the field of science based natural health. Micronutrients and other biological molecules have been shown to be highly effective in helping to control cardiovascular disease, cancer, osteoporosis and many other health conditions. This development threatens the drug companies in multiple ways:
  • a. First, these biological molecules are – unlike high-priced drugs – not patentable and yield much lower profit margins.
  • b. Secondly, due to their biological nature, these molecules are helping to regulate the metabolism of cells and – unlike synthetic drugs – help prevent diseases at their cellular root.
  • c. Thirdly, science-based natural health approaches threaten the global monopoly of patented drugs that drug industry wants to impose on the countries of the world.
  • 16. To thwart any threat to the pharmaceutical investment industry, the drug companies heavily "invest" in politicians who – in return – promote protectionist legislation and regulations allowing the deceptive "business with disease" to continue – despite its devastating consequences.
  • 17. This factual analysis of the nature of the "pharmaceutical investment "business with disease" is a precondition for understanding the very core of the current health care crisis. Without this analysis we will not understand why most of today"s diseases continue in epidemic proportions and why – at the same time – public and private budgets are being drained to finance this unscrupulous "business with disease."
  • 18. Most importantly, without this analysis, and without understanding the essence of what is wrong, the people of the world will not be able to create a new, effective, safe and affordable system of health care – that has a clear focus on the prevention and elimination of diseases.

If we wait for a change from those interest groups that make hundreds of billions of dollars each year from ongoing diseases, we will never see the global epidemics of cardiovascular disease, cancer and other common diseases being controlled.

If we want to reduce these diseases today and make them largely unknown in future generations we, the people of the world, need to do it ourselves.

The bodyxq educational program was developed to serve this great goal which will unite all mankind.

bodyxq – a Tool of Global Change

The precondition for the continuation of the pharmaceutical investment industry is health illiteracy. If we, the people of the world, want to end these "Dark Ages" of human health we need to educate ourselves in certain key areas:

The structure and function of the human body

The true causes of today"s most common diseases

The deceptive nature of the pharmaceutical "business with disease"

Effective, safe and affordable alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs.

The primary goal of bodyxq is to terminate health illiteracy by

Demystifying medicine – "Making health understandable for everyone."

Mankind can no longer accept the fact that the actual causes of today"s most common diseases remain largely unknown to conventional medicine. Nor can we tolerate that millions of patients are being kept in the dark about their diseases with Greek or Latin diagnostic terms, such as "primary", "essential" or "idiopathic" – which merely hide the fact that the cause of this diseases is unknown. By explaining the functions of the human body right down to the level of cells, bodyxq is making health "understandable" for everyone.

Democratizing health – "Making health doable for everyone."

Education about the root cause of disease will allow millions of people to take action to help prevent diseases and improve their health. They will no longer have to obediently surrender their health to the "pharmaceutical business with disease" – but they can now actively participate in essential decision-taking affecting their own health. bodyxq is making basic health doable for everyone.

If you see the clarity and logic of the information of the bodyxq program you may ask yourself "What can I do to help bring about the necessary changes?"

Taking Responsibility – 8 Steps

How you can start taking responsibility:

Think Independently

Independent thinking is the key to turning this world into a better place. If we accept the confines of conventional thinking, we will be doomed to prolong the current problems.

If you are attending school or college you may have noticed that you are being encouraged to think independently in many areas of life – except in the area of health. From school age on we are being discouraged to ask questions related to the most important aspect of our lives and, therefore, from taking primary responsibility of our health.

In relation to health, our inborn desire to know more is buried under a package of pre-fixed information and cemented dogmas presented by so-called "experts". You soon learn to delegate your health to certain professionals, e.g. your doctor, without asking about the influence of the pharmaceutical business on their education and without questioning their decisions.

We have to understand, doctors too are victims of the "pharmaceutical business with disease" and its devastating influence on medical education. For example: At no medical school in the world do medical students and future doctors learn why people get heart attacks – but not nose, ear or knee "attacks". They also do not learn why we develop arteriosclerosis – dangerous deposits in our arteries – but not "venosclerosis", i.e. deposits in our veins.

The fact that the answers to these important questions are being withheld from the training programs at medical schools has far reaching consequences. Millions of doctors worldwide can now tell their patients that high levels of cholesterol damage the blood vessel walls and, therefore, are the primary cause of cardiovascular disease. They do so without even realizing that this simply cannot be true because cholesterol is present everywhere inside our blood vessel pipeline and – if the "cholesterol-heart disease-theory" would be correct – we would, inevitably, get nose attacks, ear attacks, "venosclerosis", and clogging everywhere in our blood vessel system.

Consider the fact that 16 million people worldwide are dying from cardiovascular disease every year. Don't you think it is important to find the correct answers to these problems? Perhaps your own life may one day depend on the health facts you learnt from the bodyxq website.

You don"t have to wait any longer for the answer. Take a virtual ride through the coronary artery on this bodyxq website and you will get this answer in a way that you will never forget in your entire life. You will literally "experience" this answer.

And if you have any remaining doubts whether you should believe the information on this website, we recommend a simple test. Ask your doctor or another health professional whom you know: "Do you know why people get heart attacks and not nose attacks?"

If they come up with a more logic explanation than what you learn on bodyxq – you should believe them. But if they can"t – then you should take responsibility and get involved in helping to bring the health information from this website to others.

Learn

If you realize that the health and lives of hundreds of millions of people worldwide are dependent on the correct knowledge about the origin of diseases, you should take the next step: Inform yourself in more detail about the health benefits of micronutrients in the fight against cardiovascular disease, cancer and other common health problems. You will find many references on this website, including recommended reading of online books, but you should also use other sources.

By taking a closer look you will realize that today medicine is divided into disciplines according to organs. The cardiologist attends to the heart, the pulmonologist to the lungs, the orthopedic doctor to the bones and joints etc. Dividing medicine according to organs, however, ignores the simple fact that health and disease are determined at the level of the cells of our body.

Modern, prevention-oriented health care systems will have to be founded on the principles of cellular health. The most important of these principles are:

  • 1. Health and disease are determined at the level of billions of cells that make up the human body.
  • 2. The most frequent causes of cellular malfunction that lead to chronic diseases are deficiencies in micronutrients – biological molecules that are essential cofactors in thousands of biochemical reactions in each cell.
  • 3. An optimum daily intake of vitamins and other micronutrients helps correct cellular deficiencies and – as a consequence – helps prevent cellular malfunction and the development of diseases.

You will also find that the discovery that diseases originate at the level of cells is not new. A century and a half ago, the pathologist Rudolf Virchow published his landmark book entitled "Cellular Pathology". The introduction of the microscope into medicine had paved the way for a new, deeper understanding about the origin of diseases based on structural changes observed.

Cellular Pathology was quickly accepted. But the processes leading to cellular malfunction remained poorly understood. It was only half a century later that the essential role of vitamins and other micronutrients in maintaining cellular metabolism and preventing pathological changes was discovered. Between the late 1920s and the early 1960s the great value of vitamins for human health was acknowledged by no less than nine Nobel Prizes.

However, this knowledge about natural, non-patentable health approaches posed an instant threat to the rapidly emerging pharmaceutical investment business, which was dependent on patented synthetic drugs. For almost a century now, the pharmaceutical business has led a "battle of survival" against science-based natural health approaches, with the goal of eliminating unwanted competition.

All of this is changing now. By acquiring more knowledge, you will understand the significance of this very moment in the history of health care. The following realizations are emerging for the first time:

  • 1. The understanding that diseases originate at the level of cells (Cellular Pathology).
  • 2. Detailed knowledge about the essential roles of vitamins and other essential micronutrients in maintaining and correcting cellular function in general and – thus, in the prevention of many wide-spread diseases (Cellular Medicine).
  • 3. The principles of the "Pharmaceutical Business with Disease" – which explain why cellular health and cellular medicine poses and existential threat to the pharmaceutical investment business and why the drug industry is fighting these approaches to this day.
    • The synergy developing from the coming together of these three areas of insight cannot be overestimated. It will allow mankind to make a quantum leap forward in the prevention and control of heart disease, cancer and many other common diseases of today.

      Understand

      Once you see the dimension of the benefit of this message for all of mankind you should also familiarize yourself with the "laws of change" that govern all historical processes.

      The most important of these "laws of change" are the following:

      • 1. Throughout history, all progress of mankind was met with the resistance of those who were dependent on or better off under the previous systems.
      • 2. The larger the economic benefits and other privileges were among the stakeholders of the past, the more they fought the new and the more they attacked those who pioneered the future.
      • 3. The demise of the pharmaceutical investment business with disease would be by far the largest economic loss of a small group of financial interests in the history of mankind and, accordingly, its resistance to change will be substantial

      The civil rights movement in the United States under Martin Luther King and the Apartheid struggle in South Africa under Nelson Mandela are important examples of such historical processes of change.

      Scientific innovations also experienced resistance from the representatives of outdated dogmas. Edward Jenner, who introduced vaccination, and Louis Pasteur, who identified microorganisms as the cause of infectious diseases – against all opposition – are prominent examples.

      400 years ago a 30-Year-War (1618 - 1648) was fought in Europe in which the people defended their newly acquired right to read and write. Their victory had consequences for all of mankind: the Dark Ages characterized by widespread illiteracy were replaced by the Age of Enlightenment and, ultimately, Modern Times.

      In the 16th and 17th century, mankind fought the historic battle for the liberation of the human mind from the shackles of illiteracy in many parts of the world. Today, mankind is being called upon to free itself again – this time from the confines of illiteracy related to our body and our health. Today – as before – the people of the world will win against seemingly superior interests that are trying to defend the indefensible.

      Understanding these historical processes of change is a pre-condition to succeeding today. You can read more about these historical parallels at www.wiki-rath.org.

      Why is it important that you familiarize yourself with these processes of change? Well, when you use the internet to further research information you find on the bodyxq website, you will find a lot of misleading propaganda that has been placed there by the stakeholders of the pharmaceutical industry in media, medicine and politics. These stakeholders are pursuing two main goals:

      They are trying to discredit the obvious health benefits of vitamins – by ignoring 9 Nobel Prizes as well as the textbooks of biochemistry and biology.

      They are trying to discredit the scientific pioneers of this transformation in health care, such as Dr. Matthias Rath and his research team, who paved the way for our new understanding of cardiovascular disease and cancer.

      Dr. Rath, his research colleagues and his Foundation have been attacked by the lobbyists of the pharmaceutical interests in more than 100 lawsuits. But the truth could not be suppressed. As the French writer Victor Hugo once stated: "No army in the world can withstand an idea whose time has come."

      Precisely this is the message of bodyxq.

      Care

      bodyxq is not limited to spreading theoretical knowledge. It provides practical health information that allows every person on our planet to take action towards improving their personal health. A rapidly growing number of research publications and clinical studies are underscoring the significance of micronutrients – and science-based natural health approaches in general – in optimizing health by natural means.

      bodyxq can help you to take better care of yourself.

      The information on this website is targeted to help prevent the development of health conditions that lead to cardiovascular and other diseases later on in life. If you are a young person without any health problems, the best way to live a healthy and long life is to make sure that you provide the cells of your body with optimum cellular nutrition.

      When you have a lack of sugar, proteins or fat in the body, your body gives you the alarm signal of "hunger". In contrast, the cells of your body do not give you any alarm signs if they suffer from a deficiency of micronutrients, which are essential cofactors in the metabolism of cells. Thus, the only way you can prevent such deficiencies is by consciously using this knowledge and making sure that your body receives an optimum amount of micronutrients. This can be achieved by eating meals rich in fresh fruits and vegetables or by covering your daily needs for "cellular nutrition" through micronutrient supplementation.v

      Since the root cause of many chronic diseases is cellular malfunction caused by a micronutrient deficiency, an improved supply of micronutrients in the diet of patients helps to correct the root cause of this disease at the cellular level. Thus, it is not surprising that, in many cases, an increased supply of micronutrients helps patients who already suffer from cardiovascular and other diseases to reverse their health problems – at least in part.

      If you understand these basic principles that govern our health, you will not be able to keep this information for yourself. You will feel a desire to share this information with family members, friends, colleagues, and people in your community at large.

      Thus, you are not just taking better care of your own health, you may also help the people around you to improve their health. In some cases, you may even help to save lives – by just passing on this information.

      Through the online presentation of this completely new understanding of the principles that govern our health, this "health service" for your friends and your community is just a "mouse click" away.

      The interactive nature of bodyxq allows you to get key information about staying healthy in an easy – and almost playful – way. You will quickly see that nearly every one you forward the bodyxq link to will be immensely grateful to you.

      By forwarding the bodyxq link to others, you ultimately help improve health in your community and your country.

      Precisely this is the purpose of bodyxq.

      Act

      The information on this website is so basic that everyone – young and old, rich and poor anywhere in the world – can understand it and apply it. At the same time, we have to realize that we cannot count on the support of doctors and health professionals in this mission. Under the influence of the pharmaceutical industry, this basic new understanding of health and disease was withheld from them too – throughout their training at medical school. We, therefore, should not blame these health professionals for not having this information – we should provide it to them in a respectful and patient manner. We need to understand that accepting such fundamental changes in one"s own profession will take time.

      This also means, of course, that we cannot wait for the doctors and the medical profession to take the lead in this process of health transformation. We, the people of the world, need to do this ourselves. The younger generations have a particular responsibility in this process, for they will experience the greatest benefit from significantly reducing the incidence of heart disease, cancer and other widespread diseases in their generation – and ultimately for making these diseases largely unknown in future generations.

      We encourage everyone to join us in this mission to greatly reduce today's most common diseases.

      We call upon:

      Students:

      spread the bodyxq information among your friends, show it to your school and your teachers, talk with your parents about it.

      Teachers:

      Evaluate the bodyxq information and incorporate it into your biology classes. Talk with your colleagues and submit a proposal to the education boards for incorporating the bodyxq information into the education program for every school in the country.

      Workers and corporations:

      By taking advantage of this information you may be able to improve your own health and the health of the colleagues in your company – thereby contributing to increased productivity and the prosperity of your company and, ultimately, to the safety of your jobs.

      Trade Unions:

      Helping to improve living conditions for their members is a corner stone in the statutes of every trade union. Helping to improve the health of working people and their families is an integral part of this task. Spreading the health information from this website among your members should therefore be part of your responsibility.

      Insurance companies:

      By taking advantage of this knowledge you may be able to improve the health of the people you insure, help extend average life expectancy – and thereby your own profitability.

      Journalists and Media

      • Help spread this potentially life-saving information to your readers, listeners and viewers.

      Health professionals

      • Familiarize yourself with the rapidly expanding field of science-based natural health.
      • Visit the science library on this topic provided on this website.
      • Incorporate this knowledge into your daily practice – for the benefit of your patients.

      Politicians

      • Help to significantly reduce the costs of healthcare in your country by focusing on effective prevention-based natural health approaches.
      • Help reduce the economic burden on your government and your nation.

      Everyone

      • Send the bodyxq link to everybody you know.
      • Talk with your family, friends, colleagues and the people in your community about it.
      • Start an initiative at your school, at work, or in your community and join with others to support this noble goal so as to greatly reduce human suffering and death in this and future generations.

      By acting now, you will help to create a dignified future for yourself, your children and for all generations to come.

      The faster the bodyxq message spreads globally, the sooner this future will become reality.

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Abstract: Vitamin C Intake and the Risk of Gout in Men

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2008; 27( 4): 505-511

Abstract: Evidence for Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Combined Administration of Vitamin E and C in Older Persons with Impaired Fasting Glucose: Impact on Insulin Action

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of the American Heart Association 2001; 103(14): 1863-1868

Abstract: Serum Vitamin C Concentration Is Low in Peripheral Arterial Disease and Is Associated With Inflammation and Severity of Atherosclerosis

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2005, 338(2): 951-955.

Abstract: Dietary Vitamin C Down-Regulates Inflammatory Gene Expression in ApoE4 Smokers

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2006; 83: 567& 74.

Abstract: Associations of Vitamin C Status, Fruit and Vegetable Intakes, and Markers of Inflammation and Hemostasis

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 2005; 20(9): 1874-1879

Abstract: Effects of Oral Vitamin C Supplementation on Oxidative Stress and Inflammation Status in Haemodialysis Patients

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 2004; 63: 843-847

Abstract: Vitamin C and the Risk of Developing Inflammatory Polyarthritis: Prospective Nested Case-Control Study

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2007; 86(5): 1420-1425

Abstract: Higher Serum Vitamin D Concentrations are Associated with Longer Leukocyte Telomere Length in Women; Boosting Vitamin D May Have Long-Term Benefits For Inflammation and Aging

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of Inflammation 2008; 5: 10

Abstract: Serum tumor necrosis factor-alpha concentrations are negatively correlated with serum 25(OH)D concentrations in healthy women

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2008; 56( 3): 454-461

Abstract: The Association Between Vitamin D and Inflammation with the 6-Minute Walk and Frailty in Patients with Heart Failure

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: The Journal of Rheumatology 2005, 76: 26-32

Abstract: Alfacalcidol Versus Plain Vitamin D in Inflammation Induced Bone Loss

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Nutrition Research Reviews 2005; 18(2): 175-182

Abstract: A Role of Vitamin D in Low-Intensity Chronic In&#64258;ammation and Insulin Resistance in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus?

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of Medicinal Food 2009; 12(4): 770-5.

Abstract: Dietary Vitamin E and Quercetin Modulate Inflammatory Responses of Collagen-Induced Arthritis in Mice

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Experimental Physiology 2008; 93(12): 1263-72

Abstract: In Vivo Vitamin E Administration Attenuates Interleukin-6 and Interleukin-1Beta Responses to an Acute Inflammatory Insult in Mouse Skeletal and Cardiac Muscle

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Free Radical Biology &amp; Medicine 2009; 46(5): 599-606

Abstract: Modulation of Inflammation by Vitamin E and C Supplementation Prior to Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Nutrition and Cancer 2008; 60 Suppl 1: 21-9

Abstract: Elevated Plasma Gamma-Tocopherol and Decreased Alpha-Tocopherol in Men are Associated with Inflammatory Markers and Decreased Plasma 25-OH Vitamin D

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2008; 27(4): 505-11.

Abstract: Evidence for Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Combined Administration of Vitamin E and C in Older Persons with Impaired Fasting Glucose: Impact on Insulin Action

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of Leukocyte Biology 2008; 84(4): 900-14

Abstract: Age-Associated Changes in Immune and Inflammatory Responses: Impact of Vitamin E Intervention

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of Leukocyte Biology 2008; 84(4): 900-14

Abstract: Age-Associated Changes in Immune and Inflammatory Responses: Impact of Vitamin E Intervention

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Free Radical Research 2008; 42(6): 602-12

Abstract: Severe Vitamin E Deficiency Exacerbates Acute Hyperoxic Lung Injury Associated with Increased Oxidative Stress and Inflammation

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Free Radical Biology &amp; Medicine 2008; 44(6): 1203-8

Abstract: Gamma-Tocopherol Supplementation Alone and in Combination with Alpha-Tocopherol Alters Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in Subjects with Metabolic Syndrome

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2007; 86(5): 1392-8

Abstract: Effect of High-Dose Alpha-Tocopherol Supplementation on Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress and Inflammation and Carotid Atherosclerosis in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Free Radical Biology and Medicine, October 15, 2000, Volume 29, Issue 8, pp. 790-792

Abstract: Alpha Tocopherol Supplementation Decreases Serum C-Reactive Protein and Monocyte Interleukin-6 Levels in Normal Volunteers and Type 2 Diabetic Patients

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2004; 80(3): pp. 649& 655.

Abstract: Cosupplementation with Vitamin E and Coenzyme Q10 Reduces Circulating Markers of Inflammation in Baboons

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: American Journal of Epidemiology 2008; 167(3): 313-320

Abstract: Vitamin K and Vitamin D Status: Associations with Inflammatory Markers in the Framingham Offspring Study

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2008; 88: 356-63

Abstract: Vitamin K Circulating Cytokines and Bone Mineral Density in Older Men and Women

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: The Journal of Hard Tissue Biology 2005; 14(2): 284-285

Abstract: Vitamin K Can Suppress the Inflammation Induced by Lipopolysaccharide Administration

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 2009; 12(6): 646-652

Abstract: Zinc: Role in Immunity, Oxidative Stress and Chronic Inflammation

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 2009; 12(6): 653-660

Abstract: Zinc and Micronutrient Combinations to Combat Gastrointestinal Inflammation

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of Renal Nutrition 2009;19(6): 475-8

Abstract: Effects of Zinc Supplementation on Serum Zinc and C-Reactive Protein Concentrations in Hemodialysis Patients

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 2009; May 6 [Epub ahead of print]

Abstract: Distinctive Modulation of Inflammatory and Metabolic Parameters in Relation to Zinc Nutritional Status in Adult Overweight/Obese Subjects

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2008; 27(5): 577-87

Abstract: Zinc Deficiency Induces Vascular Pro-Inflammatory Parameters Associated with NF-kappaB and PPAR Signaling

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Translational Research 2008; 152(2): 67-80.

Abstract: Zinc Supplementation Decreases Oxidative Stress, Incidence of Infection, and Generation of Inflammatory Cytokines in Sickle Cell Disease Patients

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Topic: INFLAMMATIONS

Source: Rejuvenation Res. February, 2008; 11(1): pp.227-37

Abstract: Zinc Supplementation in the Elderly Reduces Spontaneous Inflammatory Cytokine Release and Restores T Cell Functions

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Neurology 2008; 71(23): 1856-61

Abstract: Intensive Nutritional Supplements Can Improve Outcomes in Stroke Rehabilitation

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Current Medical Chemistry 2008; 15(12): 1236-48

Abstract: Dietary Antioxidants as Potential Pharmacological Agents for Ischemic Stroke

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Current Medical Chemistry 2008; 15(4): 404-14

Abstract: Antioxidants and Free Radical Scavengers for the Treatment of Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury and Aging

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Topic: STROKE

Source: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2005; 59(12): 1367-73

Abstract: Antioxidant Supplementation Enhances Antioxidant Capacity and Mitigates Oxidative Damage Following Acute Ischaemic Stroke

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Free Radical Biology & Medicine 2005; 39(4): 429-43

Abstract: Antioxidant Strategies in the Treatment of Stroke

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Neurology 2003; 61(9): 1273-5

Abstract: Dietary Antioxidants and the Risk of Ischemic Stroke: the Rotterdam Study

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Topic: STROKE

Source: QJM 2002; 95(10): 685-90

Abstract: Antioxidant Capacity After Acute Ischaemic Stroke

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Topic: STROKE

Source: QJM 2002; 95(10): 685-90

Abstract: Antioxidant Capacity After Acute Ischaemic Stroke

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Stroke 2000; 31(1): 33-9

Abstract: Low Plasma Antioxidant Activity is Associated with High Lesion Volume and Neurological Impairment in Stroke

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Topic: STROKE

Source: The Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology 2005; 46(5): 570-6

Abstract: Bioflavonoids Effectively Inhibit Smooth Muscle Cell-Mediated Contraction of Collagen Matrix Induced by Angiotensin II

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Topic: STROKE

Source: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2006; 60(10): 1145-59

Abstract: Cereal Grains and Legumes in the Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke: a Review of the Literature

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology 2008; 52(1): 55-65

Abstract: Plant-Derived Micronutrients Suppress Monocyte Adhesion to Cultured Human Aortic Endothelial Cell Layer by Modulating Its Extracellular Matrix Composition

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology 2007; 49(3): 140-5

Abstract: Anti-Atherogenic Effects of a Mixture of Ascorbic Acid, Lysine, Proline, Arginine, Cysteine and Green Tea Phenolics in Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology 2007, 50(5): 541-547

Abstract: Extracellular Matrix-Mediated Control of Aortic Smooth Muscle Cell Growth and Migration by a Combination of Ascorbic Acid, Lysine, Proline and Catechins

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Research Communications in Molecular Pathology and Pharmacology 2004; 9: 3–16

Abstract: A Nutrient Mixture Containing Ascorbic Acid, Lysine, Proline, Arginine, Cysteine, and Green Tea Extract Suppresses Autocrine Inflammatory Response in Cultured Human Aortic Smooth Muscle Cells

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Stroke 2009; 40(5): 1786-92

Abstract: Green and Black Tea Consumption and Risk of Stroke: a Meta-Analysis

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Stroke 2009; 40(7): 2480-5

Abstract: Tea Consumption and Ischemic Stroke Risk: a Case-Control Study in Southern China

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Topic: STROKE

Source: International Journal of Epidemiology 2008; 37(5): 1030-40

Abstract: Consumption of Green and Roasted Teas and the Risk of Stroke Incidence: Results from the Tokamachi-Nakasato Cohort Study in Japan

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2007; 15(1):46-53

Abstract: Green Tea and Stroke Prevention: Emerging Evidence

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Medical Science Monitor 2007; 13(2): BR40-5

Abstract: Preventive Effects of Green Tea Catechins on Spontaneous Stroke in Rats

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Medical Science Monitor 2004; 10(6): BR166-74

Abstract: Protective Effects of Green Tea Catechins on Cerebral Ischemic Damage

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Topic: STROKE

Source: The Journal of Nutrition 2004; 134(1): 38-42

Abstract: Black and Green Tea Polyphenols Attenuate Blood Pressure Increases in Stroke-Prone Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats

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Topic: STROKE

Source: The Journal of the American Medical Association 2009; 302(4): 412-23

Abstract: Lipoprotein(a) Concentration and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, and Nonvascular Mortality

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Topic: STROKE

Source: The Journal of the American Medical Association 2009; 302(18): 1993-2000

Abstract: Major Lipids, Apolipoproteins, and Risk of Vascular Disease

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Archives of Internal Medicine 2008; 168(6): 598-608

Abstract: Lipoprotein(a) Levels and Risk of Future Coronary Heart Disease: Large-Scale Prospective Data

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Topic: STROKE

Source: Archives of Internal Medicine 2008; 168(6): 598-608

Abstract: Lipoprotein(a) Levels and Risk of Future Coronary Heart Disease: Large-Scale Prospective Data

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Comment of

Frank

Frank 2012/12/25 20:16:26

Zo had ik het nog nooit bekeken!! Iets om over na te denken!