Parkinson's disease is a degenerative, chronic neurological disease (the gradual loss of neurons), which affects the central nervous system and gradually disrupts essential motor functions.
According to the medical journal Neurology, one of main factors related to Parkinson's disease is the presence of xenobiotics (foreign chemical substances) in the body. Other factors include the impact of free radicals. Studies show that magnesium deficiencies also play a role.
A diet made up of whole foods and free of chemical additives is ideal. Reduce your consumption of alcohol and sugar. Eat plenty of protein. Eat a high alkaline diet (see section on Acidosis).
- DC 22 or DC 37
- Due to the impact of xenobiotics, follow a detoxification program for at least 2 weeks every 6 months. Consider taking DC 26 and DC 13 to detoxify.
- Check for heavy metal poisoning and the presence of amalgams (e.g. fillings).