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Can Garlic Treat Parkinson’s Disease

Kia17
Kia17

The finding provides more understanding of how garlic may prevent age-related neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. ... “Most people think of it as a 'superfood,' because garlic's sulfur-containing compounds are known as an excellent source of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory protection

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A Clove a Day Keeps Alzheimer’s at Bay

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Easy to do! Natural approach! Cheap to purchase! We might stink but worth buying gum, mints and mouthwash to offset thee odor.!

How much garlic per day? I did not see that in the article. Thanks, Kia!

Kia17
Kia17 in reply to Springfield78

I couldn’t see either. If I find will post here.

Jumex2017
Jumex2017 in reply to Kia17

My brother in law is 79 and he takes a bulb of garlic a day . I don’t know how he does it.

On a different note , can I ask what make you take mannitol and magnesium citrate? My husband is considering a start on mannitol.

Kia17
Kia17 in reply to Jumex2017

Jumex

I take Mannitol to help “removing” the alpha-S protein clamps.I don’t take MG citrate anymore.

i stopped my husbands magnesium citrate.When he took it, i thought it may stop his tremor while sleeping.it did have some effect. But he suffers from bradykinesia . He takes 1.5g of B1 .The only pd drugs he takes is azilect which is terribly expensive.By taking B1, hes able to have continuous walking which he couldn't , but he talks in the sleep at night. Did you ever suffer from bradykinesia?If yes, how did you overcome this?

Kia17
Kia17 in reply to Jumex2017

I had subtle Bradykinesia before starting Thiamine. Now I don’t have a visible Bradykinesia. I would give credit to Thiamine and Keto diet.

Jumex2017
Jumex2017 in reply to Kia17

The idea of just eating fat and no carbohydrate must be very difficult. A few years ago , my friend told me something about keto diet intravenous . Or do you mean you keto all the way? And you do lots off exercise too?

Kia17
Kia17 in reply to Jumex2017

Very Low carbs , intermittent fasting + moderate good fats = soft ketogenic diet