Mycophenolic Acid: Successful Treatment Considerations (Updated 2023)
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
8M ago
Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: Mould Illness: A Functional Medicine Approach Mycotoxin Testing: Everything You Need To Know Mycophenolic Acid (MPA)  is produced by the Penicillium fungus. MPA is an immunosuppressant which inhibits the proliferation of B and T lymphocytes. It’s also an immunosuppressant medication used to prevent rejection following organ transplantation and to treat autoimmune conditions – a lot of our medications come from the plant and fungi kingdoms! Because it has been used as a medication, it is actually one of the bette ..read more
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The Gut-Brain Axis In Multiple Sclerosis
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
8M ago
Welcome to my blog on The Gut-Brain Axis In Multiple Sclerosis. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: The gut microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis Leaky Gut In Multiple Sclerosis What Is The Gut-Brain Axis? Can gut health effect mental health? In my blog entitled The Gut Microbiome In Multiple Sclerosis we discussed how there are many ways that the microbiome may contribute to Multiple Sclerosis: The Gut-Brain Axis Microbial metabolites Modulation of the immune system Maintaining a healthy gut barrier (preventing leaky gut) Today we focus in on the first point ..read more
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Ketogenic Diet For Parkinson’s
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
8M ago
Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: Whats The Connection Between Coffee And Parkinson’s? SIBO And Parkinson’s disease The Gut-Brain Axis In Parkinson’s disease Ketogenic Diet For Parkinson’s Disease In regard to neurological disorders, ketogenic diet is recognized as an effective treatment for pharmacoresistant epilepsy but emerging data suggests that ketogenic diet could be also useful in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer, Parkinson’s disease, and some mitochondriopathies. Although these diseases have different pathogenesis and features, there are s ..read more
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Candida And Gut Inflammation
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘Candida And Gut Inflammation”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: What to eat when you have mould illness Inflammatory Bowel Disease; The Why, Why, And How What Is The Gut-Brain Axis? Can gut health effect mental health? Introducing Candida And Gut Inflammation Candida organisms commonly colonize the human gastrointestinal tract as a component of the resident microbiota. Their presence is generally benign. Recent studies, however, show that high level Candida colonisation is associated with several diseases of the gastroi ..read more
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All About The Gut-Brain Axis In Multiple Sclerosis
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘All About The Gut-Brain Axis In Multiple Sclerosis”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: The gut microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis Leaky Gut In Multiple Sclerosis What Is The Gut-Brain Axis? Can gut health effect mental health? In my blog entitled The Gut Microbiome In Multiple Sclerosis we discussed how there are many ways that the microbiome may contribute to Multiple Sclerosis: The Gut-Brain Axis Microbial metabolites Modulation of the immune system Maintaining a healthy gut barrier (preventing leaky gut) Today we focu ..read more
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Is SIBO Common In Multiple Sclerosis?
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘Is SIBO Common In Multiple Sclerosis”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: The gut microbiome in Multiple Sclerosis Leaky Gut In Multiple Sclerosis What Is SIBO? In my blog entitled The Gut Microbiome In Multiple Sclerosis we discussed how there are many ways that the microbiome may contribute to Multiple Sclerosis: The Gut-Brain Axis Microbial metabolites Modulation of the immune system Maintaining a healthy gut barrier (preventing leaky gut) Today we focus in on a new point – small intestine bacterial overgrowth. The G ..read more
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The Gut Microbiome In Multiple Sclerosis
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘The Microbiome In Multiple Sclerosis”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: Whats The Connection Between Coffee And Parkinson’s? SIBO And Parkinson’s disease The Gut-Brain Axis In Parkinson’s disease There is mounting evidence in preliminary human studies suggesting that a dysbiotic Multiple Sclerosis gut microbiome could affect disease progression. (2) There are many ways that the microbiome may contribute to Multiple Sclerosis: The Gut-Brain Axis Microbial metabolites Modulation of the immune system Maintaining a ..read more
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Ketogenic Diet For Parkinson’s: What The Evidence Says
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘Ketogenic Diet For Parkinson’s disease”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: Whats The Connection Between Coffee And Parkinson’s? SIBO And Parkinson’s disease The Gut-Brain Axis In Parkinson’s disease Ketogenic Diet  For Parkinson’s Disease In regard to neurological disorders, ketogenic diet is recognized as an effective treatment for pharmacoresistant epilepsy but emerging data suggests that ketogenic diet could be also useful in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer, Parkinson’s disease, and some mitochondriopath ..read more
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Leaky Gut And Parkinson’s disease
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘Leaky Gut And Parkinson’s disease”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: Whats The Connection Between Coffee And Parkinson’s? SIBO And Parkinson’s disease The Gut-Brain Axis In Parkinson’s disease Increased gut permeability (leaky gut) and alterations in gut microbiota are now widely accepted as relevant to the etiology, course and treatment of many neuropsychiatric disorders, including Parkinson disease (PD). (1) Leaky Gut And Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disord ..read more
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SIBO And Parkinson’s disease: Cause Or Consequence?
Alex Manos Movement & Nutrition » Autoimmune Disease
by Alex Manos
10M ago
Welcome to my blog entitled ‘SIBO And Parkinson’s disease: Cause Or Consequence?”. Before we start, other blogs that you might be interested in, include: Whats The Connection Between Coffee And Parkinson’s? SIBO: What Causes It The Gut-Brain Axis In Parkinson’s disease Numerous studies have detailed the presence of oropharyngeal, esophageal, gastric, colonic, and anorectal abnormalities in PD, but the small intestine has received exceedingly little attention, which has left it as virtually uncharted territory with regard to the presence, nature, degree, and consequences of involvement ..read more
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