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Tourettes and Diet

Many nutritionists believe that Tourettes and diets can be linked together to help people suffering from these disorders. Tourettes Syndrome is a neurological disorder that causes uncontrolled depression. This criticism is known as "tics." Tics are repetitive and accidental sounds or sounds. Nearly 200,000 Americans have this disorder and many cases are quite severe. Many healthcare professionals believe that a diet consisting of an anti-yeast diet and yeast fighter, Nystatin, can really help patients.

Tourettes Syndrome seems to be very sensitive to yeast. The intestines absorb yeast, which is usually found in bread. Acetone, which is a by-product of yeast, has been found to slow down brain processes. Yeast is very sensitive to Nystatin, which is an anti-fungal drug and can be used with a diet that does not contain yeast. Tics are associated with Magnesium deficiency in the diet as well. It is indispensable to add Magnesium to your diet for proper nerve and muscle function.

High Magnesium foods are seafood, green vegetables, nuts, nuts, bananas, and tofu. Magnesium pills can also be taken to help enrich the diet. Clinical trials are underway at Hopkins John University. In the trial, the doctor placed the patient on a modified Atkins diet. This diet controls the amount of sugar and carbohydrates in the diet. By doing this, Ketosis can begin to build up in the body. Ketosis helps the body use less fat for energy. Hopefully, a trial like this will provide a better way to treat Tourettes and provide a better quality of life for patients suffering from TS.



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