Introduction to The Vagus Nerve
In people with fatigue, food sensitivities, anxiety and gut problems, brain fog and depersonalization, the vagus nerve is almost always at play. These people have lower vagal tone, which means a lower ability of the vagus nerve to activate.
The only question is what aspect of the vagus nerve is malfunctioning and how much the vagus nerve is a problem vs. other aspects of your biology.
The vagus nerve is part of the parasympathetic nervous system, referred to as the rest and digest system. It’s not the only nerve ... ..more
Lab Tests indicating a need to address Bacterial Imbalances:
History of chronic #ear infections
Maternal history of #Streptococcal infection
History of bacterial #pneumonia
Streptococcus, E coli on #CSA / #GI Profile
Other #bacterial #pathogens on CSA/GI Profile
Elevated kynurenic on #OAT / #Metabolic Test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Elevated quinolinic on OAT/Metabolic Test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Low gut #pH or high gut pH
High suberic on a #MAP or #OAT
High DHPPA on a MAP or OAT
#Supplements to balance / repopulate GI tract/ decrease E.coli and Strep:
Bowel Support Formula RNA
Special digestive enzymes
VDR Fok ... ..more
#bloodsugar #diabetes diet #glaucoma #glucose #insulin #vitaminc
Diabetes and Glaucoma: A New Perspective
A study at the University of Michigan found people with diabetes have a 35% higher chance of having Glaucoma than people who do not. The study went on to say the reason for the higher rates of glaucoma in diabetics is “unknown.” My purpose for writing this article is to explain the nutritional reasons that diabetes and glaucoma often go hand in hand.
Before going further, let me state this very clearly: The purpose of this article is to provide education. Both diabetes and glaucoma are serious ... ..more