By Patti B. Geil, Lea Ann Holzmeister
In this re-creation, diabetes specialists Patti Geil and Lea Ann Holzmeister supply convenient pointers on meal making plans, normal food, handling drugs and foodstuff, buying and cooking, weightloss, and more.
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All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of NTC/Contemporary Publishing Group, Inc. He never thought of retiring and was actively involved in CoQ10 research right to the end. Although he was trained by the pharmaceutical industry to develop drugs, Folkers had both the insight and foresight to use biochemical research as the basis for nutritional healing.
Folkers completed a double-blind study with Dr. Matsumura (Japan), employing CoQ10 for gum disease, and reported it as Page 13 superior to the current treatment for periodontal diseases. Not long afterward, Dr. G. S. Air Force periodontal specialist, confirmed that not only did he too find CoQ10 deficiencies in patients with gum disease, but that oral doses of the supplement promoted healing. It was not until 1974 that large enough quantities of CoQ10 could be harvested to support organized clinical trials in large groups of people.
I ask myself three questions when considering the CoQ10 dose: 1. Is the dose sufficient to raise the patient's blood level of CoQ10? 2. Does the CoQ10 preparation the patient is taking actually deliver the amount of CoQ10 that is stated on the bottle? 3. How do I know the patient's level of CoQ10 without drawing blood levels? Page 27 An adequate dose of CoQ10 will usually result in symptom improvement. If there is a lack of response to a low dose of CoQ10, a higher dose may be indicated. , who required high supplemental doses of CoQ10 to attain a significant blood level with a therapeutic effect.