Some HIV Patients Can Stop Replication of the Virus


American scientists have recently published the findings of their study on an exclusive group of HIV patients who are able to suppress the replication of the virus, due to their unique immune response, James Kingsland explains:

“However, people who take ART still have reservoirs of viable copies of the viral genome in their cells’ DNA. These “proviruses” reactivate as soon as the treatment stops, generating new virus particles.”

The Unique Immune Response of HIV Patients James Kingsland MNT


Beetroot Juice, A Medicine Against Hypertension?

Daniel J. Hoffman, editor of The Journal of Nutrition provides an in-depth review of a published scientific study, on the therapeutic benefits of consuming a nitrate rich diet. For individuals diagnosed with high blood pressure residing in less wealthy countries:

“Results provide important evidence for the use of dietary approaches for the treatment and management of hypertension in LMICs. Given the increased prevalence of hypertension in LMICs, this study provides a foundation for effective interventions that may promote increased treatment and compliance for populations with limited resources and poor access to pharmacological treatments of hypertension.”

Beetroot Medically Proven To Treat Hypertension  Daniel J. Hoffman, The Journal of Nutrition

KETO Diet Can Reduce Damaging Alzheimer Effects

Consuming a Mediterranean ketogenic diet has been clinically proven to effectively treat people with fungi in their digestive system and decrease the biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center elaborates:

“This is the first study of its kind to reveal their role in our mental health, which we hope will ignite thinking in the scientific community to develop better understanding of them in relation to Alzheimer's disease... It also indicates that dietary habits such as eating a ketogenic diet can reduce harmful fungi in the gut which might help in reducing Alzheimer's disease processes in the brain, Yadav said.”

Gut Dysbiosis Scientifically Elevates Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease  Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Blood Test Detects Autism

A groundbreaking medical study has found that a newly devised blood test, can diagnose autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with 95% accuracy. Reducing the need to solely rely on the subjective and long observational evaluation process, Korin Miller elaborates:

“It is not uncommon that there have been concerns about a child's development from a reasonably young age, but that the actual diagnosis was only given later, after it became more apparent that the developmental delay is due to ASD... Due to these reasons, having some type of physiological test that can aid with the diagnosis process would be very helpful , Hahn says.”

Blood Test Can Diagnose Autism With High Accuracy Korin Miller Very Well Health

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