Supplements: Research, Monographs
This page is almost a separate research page, but this time focused on supplementsi, or natural substances which work along with the protocols or with the diseases primarily addressed on this site.
Watch for it to grow as new links and info are added! Have a link to research or information that applies to the topic of this page? Post it as a forum topic or email mrhodes40(me) or Jim and we'll add it if it fits.
Melatonin with comments thread<Quinolinic acid is an excitotoxin that induces oxidative damage. Melatonin prevented this damage.
Melatonin and Serotonin reduce CPn loads< This article indicates that CPn may be inhibited by melatonin and serotonin. Interesting research!
Naturally occuring amono acids differentially impact CPn and CT. < This paper looks at a variety of amino acids and how they impact CPn and Ct in terms of growth.
Curcumin and resveratol reduce CPn< Cumin and resveratol (in red wine or grape juice) are useful for aiding in controlling CPn
This page is all about vitamin D. There is a large amount of research in this area so it is set up as a separate page.
This page< is from David Wheldon's site and is specifically focused on the scientific references that support the use of the extensive supplement regimen he recommends for his protocol.