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Mining the gut microbiome for Parkinson's

Two Australian groups - Microba Life Sciences and The University of Queensland - have joined forced to develop new treatments and biomarkers for Parkinson's disease by investigating changes in the gut bacteria of those with the disease. Current treatments only help to manage symptoms of the disease, but do not slow or stop the progression. Dr Richard Gordon will lead his team at UQ to understand underlying causes and mechanisms linked to the progression of the disease and Microba will sequence stool samples. |

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Mary Belinda @ 2021.05.04 5:08 AM

My husband was diagnosed of Parkinsons disease 2 years ago, when he was 59. He had a stooped posture, tremors, right arm does not move and also a pulsating feeling in his body. He was placed on Senememkt for 8 months and then Siferol was introduced and replaced the Senemet, during this time span he was also diagnosed with dementia. He started having hallucinations, lost touch with reality. Suspecting it was the medication I took him off the Siferol (with the doctor’s knowledge) and started him on PD natural herbal formula we ordered from TREE OF LIFE HEALTH CLINIC, his symptoms totally declined over a 3 weeks use of the TREE OF LIFE HEALTH Parkinsons disease natural herbal formula. He is now almost 61 and doing very well, the disease is totally reversed!

MAJ @ 2021.06.23 5:08 AM

Hi Mary Belinda,

Is it possible at all to get in touch with you to learn more about The Tree of Life Product and your experience with it?

Warm Rgds


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