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Consumentenmagazine met actuele reportages, tests en individuele problemen. Speciale uitzending over de gevaren van voedsel. -Hoe veilig is ons voedsel eigenlijk? Voor groenten en fruit gelden strenge normen als het gaat om de hoeveelheid bestrijdingsmiddelen. Maar uit tot nu toe niet-openbare gegevens van de Voedsel- en Warenautoriteit blijkt dat er nogal eens forse overtredingen worden vastgesteld. Is ons fruit wel zo schoon? En de groente wel veilig? -Ook de hoeveelheid dioxine in ons eten is zorgwekkend. In vlees, zuivel en vis zitten vaak grote hoeveelheden en die stapelen zich op in ons lichaam. Hoeveel vlees en vis mag je eten voor je aan je tax zit? Minder dan veel mensen denken, zo blijkt!

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Chlorella kan dioxine verminderen, zie onderstaande studies

Studie 1

Morita K, Ogata M, Hasegawa T. Chlorophyll derived from Chlorella inhibits dioxin absorption from the gastrointestinal tract and accelerates dioxin excretion in rats. Environ Health Perspect 2001 Mar;109(3):289-94 2002; 109: 289-94.
http://www.ehponline.org/docs/2001/109p289-294morita/abstract.html

Studie 2

Nakano et al., 2007. Chlorella ( Chlorella pyrenoidosa ) Supplementation Decreases Dioxin and Increases Immunoglobulin A Concentrations in Breast Milk. Journal of Medicinal Food 10 (1): 134–142
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17472477


Eťnvandaag

-Wat is er met IJsland gebeurd? Hoe heeft het zo fout kunnen gaan in IJsland? Het land dat in onze herinnering staat voor stabiliteit en rust, maar nu op de rand van de financiŽle afgrond staat. Het hele banksysteem is als een kaartenhuis ineen gestort. De IJslandse overheid heeft inmiddels ingegrepen in drie van haar grootste banken. Maar wat ligt er aan deze crisis ten grondslag? En hoe komt IJsland hieruit? -Nooit meer zeilen. Zaterdag gaat de meest prestigieuze zeilrace ter wereld van start: de Volvo Ocean Race. Een zeilwedstrijd die tijdens de vorige editie het leven eiste van de Nederlandse zeiler Hans Horrevoets. Hij sloeg overboord van de ABN AMRO 2. Zijn vrouw Petra en twee dochtertjes bleven achter. Zij vertelt over twee jaar leven zonder Hans.

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Op uw gezondheid

Consumentenprogramma op het gebied van gezondheid. Is wat men zegt over voeding, hygiŽne, fitness en medische zaken wel waar? Door middel van tests en reportages wordt de waarheid van bekende gezondheidsfabels en -feiten boven tafel gehaald.

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Top 10 meest vervuilde produkten

De overheid test regelmatig groenten en fruit op resten bestrijdingsmiddelen. Maar bij welke supermarktketens of handelaren de overtredingen of gezondheidsrisico's zijn geconstateerd werd tot voor kort geheim gehouden. Door dit gebrek aan openbaarheid kan de consument geen bewuste keuze voor gezonde producten maken. Zij worden door de overheid feitelijk geblindoekt de supermarkt ingestuurd. Daarom hebben de organisaties van Weet wat je eet besloten om de gegevens zelf te publiceren.

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Leendert

ps: deze lijst al eens genoemd maar belangrijk genoeg om nog eens te noemen


BTW plannen staan haaks op EU beleid

De plannen om BTW te heffen op complementaire en alternatieve geneeskunde zijn in strijd met het voornemen van de Europese Unie om de regelgeving te vereenvoudigen. Ook wil de Europese Unie grensoverschrijdende activiteiten stimuleren. Als Nederland als enige Europese lidstaat BTW zou gaan heffen op de complementair werkende artsen die hier te lande werkzaam willen zijn, dan zou ons kleine landje zich gaan isoleren.

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EU ruimt volwaardige plaats in voor complementaire behandelwijzen

Op 23 oktober 2007 is door het Europees Parlement en de Raad van de Europese Unie een - zeer belangrijk - gezamenlijk het besluit aangenomen, namelijk het 'Besluit ter vaststelling van een tweede communautaire actieprogramma 2008-2013 op het gebied van gezondheid'. De Raad van de Europese Unie is de Raad van Ministers die de lidstaten op het niveau van de Europese Unie vertegenwoordigen. De kern van het Europese Besluit is dat het belang moet worden erkend van een holistische en pluralistische benadering van de volksgezondheid en rekening gehouden dient te worden met complementaire en alternatieve geneeswijzen.

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Ditta


Veel mensen met huidallergie door stoffen in consumentenproducten

Nederland kent relatief veel mensen met een huidallergie in vergelijking tot andere allergische aandoeningen, zoals astma, hooikoorts en voedselallergie. Een groot deel hiervan komt door de blootstelling aan allergene stoffen uit consumentenproducten. De grootste veroorzakers zijn nikkel in sieraden en geurstoffen in cosmetica. Daarnaast kunnen ook conserveermiddelen en harssoorten allergie veroorzaken.

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Papa, wat is een dief ?

Mijn zoon kwam afgelopen week met de vraag wat een dief was dus ik uitgelegd wat een dief was, iemand die centjes steelt van mensen die daar erg bang en ongelukkig door worden. Kort daarna luister ik naar de radio mbt de bankencrisis en hoor het laatste nieuws mbt de diefstal door een bank die massaal spaarders erin heeft geluisd en er nog mee weg komt ook, zelf de lokale overheid geeft geen krimp. Misdaad loont en wordt niet gestraft als je maar voor een bank, verzekeraar of  pensioenfonds werkt, je krijgt dan meestal nog een leuke zak geld mee. Heb je een shoarma tent en iemand wordt ziek dan krijg je een boete maar werk je voor de voedingsindustrie en maak je duizenden mensen dik en ziek dan ben je belangrijk voor de economie en gezondheidszorg, je zorgt namelijk met je surrogaatvoeding voor veel banen in beide sectoren.

En de kudde graast en slaapt door, verslaafd aan gemaksvoeding, vastgeroest in denkpatronen en murw gebeukt door propaganda die natuurlijke voeding als iets voor loosers ziet. Gelukkig zijn steeds meer mensen in staat zich los te weken van deze groep volgzame lemmings die letterlijk alles slikken wat je ze voorzet. Eet puur natuur en je gaat zaken weer helderder zien. Kiezen voor gemak betaal je met je gezondheid en kost je uiteindelijk al je zuur verdiende centjes. Investeer in je voeding en zo in je eigen lijf, dat geeft meer rendement dan al die finaniciŽle goocheltrucs van die gladjakkers die misbruik maken van je gebrek aan kennis en vertrouwen in je medemens. Voor de grote jongens (Big money, Big food, Big pharma) ben je niets meer dan een melkkoe die ze uitwringen als een citroen.

Verbeter de wereld, begin bij je voeding en deel de kennis met de mensen die wel willen veranderen,

Ron


Internationaal nieuws & informatie


On the trail of a targeted therapy for blood cancers

Investigators from the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research at the Indiana University School of Medicine are focusing on a family of blood proteins that they hope holds a key to decreasing the toxic effects of chemotherapy in children and adults. Their findings may one day help in the development of targeted therapies for leukemia, multiple myeloma and other cancers of the blood. The researchers, led by Kristin T. Chun, Ph.D., assistant professor of pediatrics and of biochemistry and molecular biology, studied how the cullin family of proteins affects the degradation of proteins that control the development of blood cells. Their work was published in the July 15 issue of Blood, the journal of the American Society of Hematology. The cullin family of proteins is involved in the degradation of proteins that control a myriad of cell functions, including those that determine whether a blood cell will eventually develop into a mature blood cell, will divide, or will undergo programmed cell death.

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Using electrons to treat organic seeds

Consumers want their food to be untainted. To avoid the use of fungicides yet nevertheless protect plants from disease, researchers have developed a method that involves bombarding seeds with electrons to kill fungal spores and viruses. Whereas a few years ago, organic products were sold exclusively by small health-food stores, they can now be found in the majority of supermarkets. A growing number of consumers prefer to buy organic food that has been grown without the use of chemical pesticides. Conventional farming practice involves treating seeds with a mixture of chemicals: Fungicides to protect the emerging seedlings from attack by microscopic fungi, insecticides against wireworms, aphids and biting insects, herbicides to suppress weeds. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP in Dresden have developed an alternative to fungicide treatment. “If cereal crops succumb to disease, this is usually due to microscopic fungi and spores present on the outer surface and in the husk of the seeds. Instead of using chemical products to eradicate these spores, we make use of accelerated electrons,” says FEP team leader Dr. Olaf RŲder. So what happens when the electrons hit the seeds? “It’s not unlike cooking. For instance, when you make strawberry jam, the germs are killed by the high temperature – and your jam will keep for years. The electrons destroy the chemical bonds that hold together the molecules in the fungal spores and other pathogens, but without generating heat. You might say that they cause the molecules to explode,” explains RŲder.

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Gene hunt in dyslexia

Letters are warped, syllables left out – about four percent of the German population are dyslexics. Scientists seek to spot responsible genes and try to develop a genetic screening test to support affected children at an earlier age.

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Why could ethyl pyruvate attenuate severe acute pancreatitis?

Excessive activation of inflammatory mediator cascade during SAP is a major cause of distant organ injury and the high mortality. Cytokines such as TNF- alpha and IL-1 beta are released early in the development of systemic inflammatory response. This leaves a narrow therapeutic window for administration of therapeutics and delayed delivery of that anti-inflammatory therapeutics is not effective after the inflammatory mediator cascade has developed. A research article to be published on July 28, 2008 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology addresses this question. The research team led by Prof. Wang from Centre of Pancreatic Surgery of Xiehe Hospital, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Sciecne and Technology, demonstrated that the serum levels of HMGB1 began to rise significantly at 12 h, and maintained at high levels up to 48 h after induction of experimental SAP in rats. The delayed kinetics indicated that HMGB1 may provide a broader therapeutic window for treating this lethal systemic inflammatory disease. EP was proved could inhibit HMGB1 release from macrophages and prevent the accumulation of serum HMGB1 levels in mice with lethal sepsis through inhibiting NF- kappaB and p38 MAPK signaling. The research, performed by this team, investigated whether delayed EP therapy attenuates experimental SAP via reducing serum HMGB1 levels in rats or not.

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The risk factors of abdominal venous thrombosis

Abdominal venous thrombosis may present as BCS or SVT. Hereditary and acquired risk factors have been implicated in the etiopathogenesis of abdominal venous thrombosis. Hereditary risk factors for thrombophilia include Factor V Leiden gene mutation, Prothrombin gene mutation, homozygous methyl tetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) gene mutation and deficiencies of coagulation inhibitor Protein C, Protein S and Antithrombin III. There are few studies from South Asian region which have comprehensively evaluated prothrombotic risk factors in BCS and PVT. A research article to be published on July 28, 2008 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology addresses this question. The research team led by Prof. Ashok Chacko at the Christian Medical College & Hospital, Vellore, India investigated the inherited and acquired risk factors causing clotting of blood in abdominal veins.

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A new alternative in treating short bowel syndrome

SBS is a clinical condition characterized by diarrhea, dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, malabsorption, and progressive malnutrition related to a wide resection of the small intestine. The most important therapeutic objectives in the management of SBS are maintenance the patient's calorie intake and nutritional status. However, some enteral nutrition (EN) products use for energy supports in order to reduce total parenteral nutrition (TPN) demand. The new treatment modalities alternate the current ones are still under research with the experimental and clinical studies. Chlorella is a species of green algae that grows in fresh water. It has been consumed as a food source for centuries in mainly Japan and other Far East countries, besides, it's healing properties has enhanced it's consumption too. Several EN products have been used for SBS. A research article to be published on July 28, 2008 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology addresses this question. The research team was led by Mustafa Kerem from Gazi University Experimental Surgery Center. In this original study, it has been seen that there's a positive effect of chlorella crude extract (CCE) on intestinal adaptation of rats which had undergone short bowel syndrome. Administration of CCE lead significant increase in intestinal villi height and villi width, intestinal protein and DNA amount, and serum citruline levels which is a sign of improved intestinal absorption. As being the first it's an important study. By this information algs which are easily found widely in salt and fresh waters and can be generated easily, can be used in clinical settings.

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Is CT-colonoscopy a valuable tool to detect colorectal cancer?

Fecal occult blood test is a world-wide spread screening test for colorectal cancer. Subjects with positive FOBT are usually examined by colonoscopy which can be incomplete. A research group in Italy reported the usefulness of computed tomography colonography to complete colonic examination in subjects with positive FOBT and incomplete colonoscopy from a population-based screening program.

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Research Shows Link Between Bisphenol A And Disease In Adults

A research team from the Peninsula Medical School, the University of Exeter, the University of Plymouth and the University of Iowa, have found evidence linking Bisphenol A (BPA) to diabetes and heart disease in adults.
Their research paper is to be published in the Journal of the American Medical Association on Wednesday 17 September and it is the first time that evidence has emerged of the association between higher BPA levels and disease in adults. BPA is a controversial chemical commonly used in food and drink containers. It has previously caused concerns over health risks to babies, as it is present in some baby’s bottles. BPA is used in polycarbonate plastic products such as refillable drinks containers, compact disks, some plastic eating utensils and many other products in everyday use. It is one of the world’s highest production volume chemicals, with over 2.2 million tonnes (6.4 billion pounds) produced in 2003, with an annual growth in demand of between six and 10 per cent each year.
Many previous studies in laboratory animals have suggested that BPA is safe, but some laboratory studies have raised doubts. Experiments in which mice and rats were exposed to BPA have shown that higher doses of the chemical can lead to liver damage, insulin resistance, diabetes and obesity. The laboratory animal evidence is complicated and controversial. Some scientists believe that BPA can disrupt the work done by hormones, especially oestrogen, but the full biological effects of BPA in humans is far from clear. The research team analysed information from the US government’s National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2003-2004, the only large-scale data available on BPA concentrations excreted in urine. The research team analysed the results for the 1455 adults aged between 18 and 74 years old for whom measures were available. This study group is representative of the general population of the USA. The analysis found that the 25 per cent of the population with the highest BPA levels were more than twice as likely to have heart disease and/or diabetes, compared to the 25 per cent with the lowest BPA levels. Higher BPA levels were also associated with clinically abnormal liver enzyme concentrations. While this study has identified a statistical association between BPA and adult diseases for the first time, much more research is needed. Future work needs to exclude the small possibility that the association is due to some other unstudied factor, or that people with these diseases somehow become more exposed to BPA. It is also unclear whether the liver enzyme changes are linked to liver damage.

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Can genetic information be controlled by light?

DNA, the molecule that acts as the carrier of genetic information in all forms of life, is highly resistant against alteration by ultraviolet light, but understanding the mechanism for its photostability presents some puzzling problems. A key aspect is the interaction between the four chemical bases that make up the DNA molecule. Researchers at Kiel University have succeeded in showing that DNA strands differ in their light sensitivity depending on their base sequences. Their results are reported by Nina Schwalb and colleagues in the current issue of the journal Science appearing on October 10, 2008. It has been known for many years that the individual bases that code the genetic information contained in DNA show a high degree of photostability, as the energy that they take up from UV radiation is immediately released again. Surprisingly, however, it is found that in DNA, which consists of many bases, those mechanisms are ineffective or only partially effective. It seems that the deactivation of UV-excited DNA molecules must instead occur by some completely different mechanisms specific to DNA, which are not yet understood. Through measurements by a variety of methods on DNA molecules with different base sequences, the research group led by Professor Friedrich Temps at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of Kiel University has now been able to confirm and clarify that assumption.

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High-tech eye-tracking equipment reveals autistic children look at a teacher's face less than normal children

A study by researchers at the UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute has discovered an important clue to why children with autism spectrum disorders have trouble imitating others: They spend less time looking at the faces of people who are modeling new skills. The study was conducted using high-technology eye-tracking headgear and software that measures with precision the point at which a child is looking when learning a task. Researchers used an actor to demonstrate a task on a computer screen. “We found that the children with autism focused on the demonstrator’s action and looked at the demonstrator’s face much less often than did typically developing children,” said Giacomo Vivanti, a postdoctoral researcher at the M.I.N.D. Institute and the study’s lead author. "The typically developing children may be looking at the demonstrator’s face to check for information on what to do or how to respond appropriately, information that the children with autism are less inclined to seek. This is an important finding, because children with autism have difficulty learning from others. This might be one key to why that is so," Vivanti said. Imitation plays an important role in how children learn, as well as in how people interact socially, said M.I.N.D. Institute researcher and senior study author Sally J. Rogers, who has been studying imitation impairment and autism for more than 20 years. “This is a trait we see as early as we can diagnose autism, and it’s one of the traits that is present even in mildly impaired adults,” Rogers said.

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Scientists adapt economics theory to trace brain's information flow

Scientists have used a technique originally developed for economic study to become the first to overcome a significant challenge in brain research: determining the flow of information from one part of the brain to another.
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Florida Atlantic University report the new capability in The Journal of Neuroscience. It will provide important insights into brain organization and function, advancing efforts to help patients recover from brain injuries and mental disorders. For years, scientists have used scanners to identify the brain regions involved in particular mental tasks. But they cannot get that data fast enough to trace the flow of information from one area of the brain to another. "It's been like getting a picture of the members of an orchestra but not knowing the sequence in which each instrument was playing," says senior author Maurizio Corbetta, M.D., the Norman J. Stupp Professor of Neurology. "Now, for the first time, we can look at the questions of who's talking to whom in the brain, and what directions the activations of brain areas are flowing in."

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Clue to Genetic Cause of Fatal Birth Defect

A novel enzyme may play a major role in anencephaly, offering hope for a genetic test or even therapy for the rare fatal birth defect in which the brain fails to develop, according to a study from researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. In the U.S., 1,000 to 2,000 children are born with anencephaly each year. Most do not survive more than a day or two. Although anencephaly can sometimes be diagnosed through ultrasound, which picks up the malformation of the head, there is no genetic test, and its cause is unknown.
By breeding special "knockout" mice that were missing the gene for the enzyme called HSD17b7, UIC researchers found that such mice died on the tenth day of gestation with the severe lack of brain development that characterizes the human birth defect. The failure of the mice to develop, as well as the extreme nature of the changes in the formation of the animals, was very surprising, said Geula Gibori, UIC distinguished professor of physiology and biophysics and principal investigator of the study. Mice that lack enzymes of similar function are born with subtle changes in their cognitive ability, but they survive. The UIC researchers had previously discovered this novel enzyme and were focused on its role in converting the weak hormone estrogen into the more potent estradiol in the ovaries and its possible role in breast cancer.

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Vitamin D a Key Player in Overall Health of Several Body Organs

Essential for life in higher animals, vitamin D, once linked to only bone diseases such as rickets and osteoporosis, is now recognized as a major player in contributing to overall human health, emphasizes UC Riverside’s Anthony Norman, an international expert on vitamin D. In a paper published in the August issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Norman identifies vitamin D’s potential for contributions to good health in the adaptive and innate immune systems, the secretion and regulation of insulin by the pancreas, the heart and blood pressure regulation, muscle strength and brain activity. In addition, access to adequate amounts of vitamin D is believed to be beneficial towards reducing the risk of cancer. Norman also lists 36 organ tissues in the body whose cells respond biologically to vitamin D. The list includes bone marrow, breast, colon, intestine, kidney, lung, prostate, retina, skin, stomach and the uterus.

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Nerve stimulation therapy alleviates pain for chronic headache

A novel therapy using a miniature nerve stimulator instead of medication for the treatment of profoundly disabling headache disorders improved the experience of pain by 80-95 percent, according to a new study from the University of California, San Francisco and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London. The findings give doctors the promise of a non-drug treatment option for pain sufferers unable to tolerate indometacin, the standard medication known to cause stomach bleeding in some patients. Findings are reported online at www.thelancet.com and also will appear in the November 2008 issue of “Lancet Neurology.” Up to 35 million Americans suffer migraine and other forms of headache, according to the American Academy of Neurology.

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Age-related macular degeneration: new genetic association identified

A team of clinicians and scientists at the University of Southampton has identified a major new genetic association with age-related macular degeneration, the most common cause of blindness in developed countries. Their research, which is published online today in The Lancet, adds to the growing understanding of the genetics of age-related macular degeneration and they believe it will better help predict those at risk and ultimately lead to better treatments. The team, including Professor Andrew Lotery and his research group in the University's Clinical Neurosciences Division, together with Dr Sarah Ennis and Professor Andy Collins from the Genetic Epidemiology and Bioinformatics Group in the University's Human Genetics Division, found an association with the SERPING1 gene, which is involved in production of proteins for the 'complement' system within the eye, which helps clear foreign material and infection. Together with colleagues from the University of Iowa, they found evidence of proteins expressed by SERPING1 in the retina and the choroid layer (the vascular layer next to the retina), the two areas affected by AMD. The findings suggest that the complement system is malfunctioning, attacking the retina and choroid layer.

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Antioxidants could help Huntington’s Disease sufferers

Therapeutic strategies to strengthen antioxidant defences could help to prevent the progression of Huntington’s Disease. This is the suggestion from the results of the first ever trial on human samples carried out by researchers at the University of Lleida. The results have been published in the latest issue of Free Radical Biology & Medicine magazine. A study carried out by Catalan researchers shows that oxidative stress and damage to certain macromolecules are involved in the progression of Huntington’s Disease (HD), which is characterised by psychiatric and cognitive disturbance, involuntary movements (chorea) and dementia. The research was carried out using human brain samples obtained post mortem from people affected by HD, which were compared with samples from control patients (C) who had died from unrelated illnesses or other causes. The two cerebral areas most affected by this illness – the striate cortex and cortex – were studied. The samples, which were provided by the tissue bank at the University of Barcelona’s Institute of Neuropathology, were divided into HD-C group pairs based on gender, age, and the length of time after death before the tissue had been removed. “Bidimensional electrophoresis techniques were used to compare the differences between the proteins present in the brains of the sick people and those of the controls,” said Elisa Cabiscol, professor of biochemistry at the University of Lleida, and one of the report’s authors. “The results showed that more than half of these were enzymes related to antioxidant defence systems.”
This study, which used human samples for the first time and was funded by Spain’s Consolider-Ingenio 2010 Programme, found that the brain tissue from people suffering from HD had elevated levels of proteins that eliminate reactive oxygen species (ROS), or free radicals, as they are more commonly known.

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Hartstilstand & sport
Hayberrie
Heksenjacht 2008
Heksenjacht - vervolg
Hekserij
Hoge bloeddruk
Honing
Hoodia cactus
Hoofdluis
Hooggevoeligheid
Hoogspanningsmasten
Hooikoorts
Huidproblemen
Huisarts tips
IJzerstapeling
IJzertekort
Ik ben zo moe
Immuun & vermoeidheid
Industrie geheimen
Industrie junkies
Industrie top 15
Inkoopgids
Jaap's column
Kaakontstekingen
Kanker
Kanker = Candida ?
Kanker en suiker
Kankerwerend voedsel
Kava Kava
Keelontsteking
Keerzijde vd FDA

Kefir
Keuringsdienst TV
Kiemgroenten
Klysma
Koffiemelkpoeder
Koffievervangers
Koffie & caffeÔne
Kokosolie
Koolhydraten
Komboecha
Koper

Kruiden & operaties
Kruiden handboek
Kruidenthee
Kunstm. zoetstof
Kwakzalverij
Kwik in amalgaam
Lactose intolerantie
Langer leven
Laserprinters
Latex allergie
Laurinezuur
LDL oxidatie
Leesvoer
Lekkende darm
Lekker eten syndroom
Letselschade

Levend voedsel 1
Levend voedsel 2
Lever
Lever en darmen
Levertraan
Lichaamsverzorging
Licht en gezondheid
Lichttherapie
Light produkten ?
Lijnzaadolie
Looizuur
Lowcarb Dieet
Low Int. Laser Therapy
LuteÔne

Lyme
Lyme epidemie
Maagkanker
Maagzuur(remmers)
Made in (toxic) China
Magneetveld th.
Maca
Maculadegeneratie
Magnetron
Magnesium tekort
Manuele therapie E.S.
Maretak en kanker

Margarine
Massage

McDonald
MCS
Medische missers
Medische privacy
Medische toppers
Melk sprookje
Melk en tarwe
Mens = wateraap?

ME (CVS)
ME en CGT
Mentale gezondheid
Migraine
Milieuverontreiniging
Mondkanker
Monsanto
Morgellons vezelziekte
Msra bacterie

MRSA & varkens
MSG
Multiple sclerose

Multi vervuilers
Multivitamines
Muziek en gezondheid
Mycoplasma bacterie
Nachtwerk
Nadelen van brood
Natuurfoto dvd 1
Natuurlijke pijnstillers
Natuurlijke vitamines
Natuurlijk voedsel
Natuurzwembaden
Nederland Bedelland
Neotame
Neurofeedback
Neusholtes
Neuskannetje
Nierstenen
Nierstenen en voeding
Nikkel allergie

NLP
Noten
Nutrigenomics
Nuttige links
Nuttige tips
Ogen
Olijfolie
Olijfolie 2
Olie slurpen
Omega 3
Omega 3 werking
Omega 3 olie uit algen
Omega 6

Omega brood
Oneliners
Ongezonde scholen
Ongezonde verpakking
Onrecht vd zorgwet
Ontstekingsremmers
Onsterfelijkheid
Ontspannen
Ontstekingen/infecties
Oorkaarstherapie
Oorsuizen
Operatie + nuchter?
Oplossingen USA

Orgaandonatie
Ormus
Orthomoleculair
Osteopathie
Osteoporose
Overbevissing
Overgewicht waarom?
Palladium
Paddestoelen
Paddestoel vs ziektes
Palmolie
Papaja enzymen
Parkinson
PDD-NOS
Pecannoten
Perfluorverbindingen
Persoonlijkheidstest
Pesticiden en boeren
Pesticiden top 10
Phenylalanine
PhytochemicaliŽn
Pijnstillers & bloeding
Poloxamer 407

Polypharmacy
Probiotica VSL 3
Probiotica
Propolis

Prostaatkanker
Psoriasis
Psyllium vezels
Qigong
Quinoa
Quantumresponse
Radon gas

Radts therapie
Rauw eten
Reformwinkels
Regulier vs alternatief
Retinitis Pigmentosa

Reuma dieet
Rijstolie
Ritalin en ADHD
Roggebrood
Roken
Rood vlees en kanker
Rozen en pesticiden
Rugpijn tips
Rugklacht preventie
Salvestrolen
Salvestrolen deel 2
SC darm Dieet

Schijf van vijf
Schimmelaandoening
Schimmeldoders
Schone energie
Schoonmaakmiddelen
Schoon water?
Secretine
Selenium
Senioren
Shampoo en phtalaten

Silicium
Sinusitis
Sintjans Kruid
Slaapproblemen
Slaaptekort
Slowfood
Smaak maakt dik ?
Smaakversterkers
Smalle wegbree
Snapt u het nog?
Snel afvallen
Soja gezond?
Sojamelk & kids
Souls of distortion
Spelt oergraan
Spirulina Zee alg

SRG energiegenerator
Stamcellen
Statines
Statines - Lipitor
Statines II
Stemming EU verdrag
Steun Reach
Stevia
Stoelgang
Strak en gezond ?
Straling gezond ?

Stress
Stress verminderen
Suiker = gif
Suikerspiegel
Suikerziekte

Suikers & Vetten
Superalgen
Supergranenpapje
Superhoning
Superontbijt
Superpoeders
Super Smoothies
SV40 virus in vaccin
Talkpoeder en kanker
Tandarts verdoving
Tandvlees & het hart
Tarwegras

Tarwekiembrood
Tarwekiem olie
Teatree olie
Teff
Teflon antiaanbak pan
Thaumatine suiker
Thimerosal schandaal
Tibetaanse oefeningen
Toekomstmuziek?
Tomaat
Tongschrapen
Top10 gezonde drankjes
Top 10 tips
Toxische schimmels
Transvetzuren
Transvet produktlijst
Ukrain kankerkiller

Umts problemen
UMTS update
UWV
Vaccinaties & risico's
Vaccinatie mythe
Vage klachten
Vegetarisme
Verbod op transvet
Vermoeidheid
Vervuiling in vliegtuigen
Verzadigd vet
Vervuiling

Verzuring
Vetarm = slecht
Visolie (Omega 3)
Vitamine B12
Vitamine C
Vitamine C dossier
Vitamine D

Vitamine K
Vleesvervangers
Vlierbes
Voedingsgiganten
Voetreflexologie
Voeding bij kanker

Voedingscentrum
Voedingsindustrie
Voedselpyramide
Waarom ziek?
Walnoot
Wandelen en rennen
Water = levenskracht
Water = medicijn !
We zijn allemaal ťťn
Whirlpools
Wiegedood
Wildernis vlees
Wolman zouten

Wormwood
Wortelkanaalbehandeling
Wortelsap
Xenical en kanker
Zeemineralen
Zeemineralen-landbouw
Zeepnoten

Zeewier & gluconutr
Zeezout
Zen Shiatsu
Zeven stappen
Ziektekostenverz.
Ziekte van Crohn dieet
Zink
Zoet maar dodelijk
Zoete aardappel
Zoetstoffen
Zomertijd afschaffen?
Zonlicht = noodzaak !
Zonnebank & kanker
Zonnebrandcreme
Zoutlampen
Zuurbalans
Zuurbranden
Zuurdesem
Zuur & Basen
Zware metalen
Zwarte bes
Zwitsers geheim


 


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