Iridology, Nutrition and Cognition Research

Current research in Iridology, Nutrition and Cognition of interest to the elderly and their family members, as well as to the Long Term Care industry as a whole.

Monday, February 20, 2006

Outline for Research Presentation

Iridology Research Presentation

February 17, 2006

Slide 1

The ‘sub-acute inflammation’ sign for an under-acid stomach.

I. Medical implications:

A. The inability to completely digest and assimilate animal proteins, resulting in diminished similation of the B vitamins (responsible for brain and nerve activity), and an increase in the homocysteine level (vs. the ‘cholesterol hypothesis’ as the cause of heart disease)

B. The inability to assimilate minerals:

1. Calcium—muscle wasting, osteoporosis

2. Magnesium—Vitamin B cofactor; hypertension

3. Iron—anemia

4. Chromium—insulin co-factor

5. Zinc—immunity, prostate, thyroid, taste, retina (macular degeneration)

6. Selenium—antioxidant, necessary for formation of glutathione peroxidase (a major liver detoxifier)

C. The inability to protect against ingested viral, bacterial and other pathogens.

1. The acute sign in the Peyer’s Patches area at 2:30 o’clock within the under-acid stomach ring is a graphic confirmation of the research contained in the article “Local Hormone Networks and Intestinal T Cell Homeostasis” published in the March 28, 1997 issue of “Science” magazine.

II. Cognitive implications

1. Magnesium/Vitamin B 12 deficiency depression and/or dementia

2. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

3. Alzheimer’s Disease/dementia

a) Namenda (an analogue of amantadine, an anti-viral blocking agent)

b) aluminum toxicity

Slide 2 A true/diet-induced over-acid stomach sign in a brown iris

Slide 3

Over-acid stomach ring in a brown eye.

I. Medical implications:

1. Possible electrolyte imbalance due to mineral leaching—osteoporosis, hypertension

II. Cognitive Implications:

1. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

2. Magnesium deficiency-->Vitamin B 12 deficiency-->depression


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