Eat These Five Foods to Recover Faster When You Get Glutened
You have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and avoid the gluten enemy at all costs, but inevitably, at some point, gluten gets in. When it does, what will you do? While there is no guaranteed way to get the gluten out, there are steps we can take to help our bodies recover the trauma of gluten ingestion. Here are 5 foods to add to your diet to help your body recover faster. 1 - Blueberries have the highest cellular antioxidant activity of all fruits and vegetables. Blueberries are tiny antioxidant powerhouses. In fact, research shows blueberries have the highest cellular antioxidant activity of all fruits and vegetables. As a mini-refresher, antioxidants are naturally occurring phytochemicals (plant compounds) that combat damage to the cells in our body caused by oxidation and free radicals. Free radicals are molecules that have an unpaired electron. Now, to save us a lengthy (snooze fest) of a chemistry lesson here, think of free radicals this way - they are kind of like your crazy Aunt Lurlene, they're unattached and are liable to do just about anything at any time with anyone. : ) Seriously though, these rogue molecules are unstable and extremely reactive and are known to attack and damage other cells in the body, which can lead to serious illness. Of course, free radicals are produced in the body as the result of various normal metabolic reactions going on all the time. Normally, our bodies are equipped to handle this, but when extra free radicals are produced, due ...
Publication date: Available online 7 April 2020Source: Artificial Intelligence in MedicineAuthor(s): Siva Teja Kakileti, Himanshu J. Madhu, Geetha Manjunath, Leonard Wee, Andre Dekker, Sudhakar Sampangi
Conclusion: Current evidence precludes drawing a firm conclusion on the efficacy or superiority of LidoIV over traditional therapies for ED patients with renal colic. Evidence suggests LidoIV may be an effective non-opiate analgesic alliterative; however, it's efficacy may not exceed that of NSAIDs or opiates. Further study is needed to validate the potential improved efficacy of LidoIV plus metoclopramide. PMID: 32259122 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Abstract Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening systemic allergic hypersensitivity reaction that may potentially be triggered after the administration of any drug. Our case was a 51-year-old man with the history of mild pain in his flanks since the night before he was admitted to our hospital. The patient was diagnosed with urolithiasis and admitted to the emergency department. He developed anaphylaxis after intravenous injection of 30 mg ketorolac. Allergic reactions to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ketorolac are rare; nonetheless, they can be life-threatening and should be carefully monitored...
Conclusion: It seems that naloxone is not a completely safe medication even in opioid-naïve patients, and administrating adjusted doses of naloxone even in opioid-naïve methadone intoxicated patients may be logical. PMID: 32259115 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusion: Based on the findings, 98% of TIS cases had respiratory acidosis. Higher doses of ingested drug and longer time interval between ingestion and admission were associated with severity of ABG disturbances. PMID: 32259113 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions: The study revealed that there was a higher prevalence of vitamin D3 insufficiency in epileptic children receiving valproate monotherapy compared with healthy children. Vitamin D3 supplementation should be given to all epileptic children even before initiation of anti-epileptic drugs. PMID: 32259112 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: Available online 8 April 2020Source: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell ResearchAuthor(s): Eduardo A. Sagredo, Alfredo I. Sagredo, Alejandro Blanco, Pamela Rojas De Santiago, Solange Rivas, Rodrigo Assar, Paola Pérez, Katherine Marcelain, Ricardo Armisén
Publication date: Available online 8 April 2020Source: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell ResearchAuthor(s): Da-Lin Zhang, Jia-Mei Wang, Tong Wu, Xin Du, Jing Yan, Zhen-Xian Du, Hua-Qin Wang
Research into cancer, heart disease, HIV, MS, Alzheimer ’s, gene therapy, opioid addiction, epilepsy, blindness — all abruptly stopped in mid-March.
Conclusion: The COVID-19 pandemic has led to challenging decision-making about treatment of critically unwell patients. Low-dose prednisolone and tacrolimus may have beneficial impacts on COVID-19. The mycophenolate mofetil picture is less clear, with conflicting data from pre-clinical studies. There is no definitive evidence that specific cytotoxic drugs, low-dose methotrexate for auto-immune disease, NSAIDs, JAK kinase inhibitors or anti-TNFα agents are contraindicated. There is clear evidence that IL-6 peak levels are associated with severity of pulmonary complications. PMID: 32256705 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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