Options for Parkinson's

Posted on by Paula Gallagher

Dr. Jerry Teplitz has a lot to say when it comes to keeping a brain healthy. In one newsletter, he writes about Dr. Julian Whitaker's use of glutathione for Parkinson's. Glutathione is an important antioxidant in the liver's detoxification pathways. It changes chemicals and metabolic by-products into harmless substances for excretion from the body. This is what he says about it. Parkinson's disease is a debilitating affliction that causes tremors in the body, which can make it impossible to get around. According to Dr. Whitaker, his clinic has been having great success for years using intravenous (IV) glutathione and hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT). By using both therapies, many of his patients, after a few treatments, go from needing a walker or cane to being able to walk without aid. It turns out that Parkinson's sufferers have dangerously low levels of glutathione in parts of the brain. While oral glutathione cannot get into the brain, intravenous glutathione can. Whitaker also uses HBOT because it floods the brain with oxygen which slows neuronal degeneration, mobilizes rejuvenating stem cells and enhances the growth of new blood vessels in damaged areas. To learn more about IV glutathione, go to www.glutathioneexperts.com, and for HBOT go to www.hbomedtoday.com.