Clear Health Centers

Investigating Underlying Causes

Providing Natural Therapies

Clear Health Centers

Investigating Underlying Causes

Providing Natural Therapies

Parkinson’s Disease

At the core of every nerve, and what powers the function of the nerve, are mitochondria, and hundreds are present in almost every cell.

When mitochondrial activity declines and the production of energy or ATP declines as well, then the function of that cell is compromised, and symptoms appear.

And the organ system which is most reliant on optimal mitochondrial function is the Central Nervous System.

James Parkinson first described the motor symptoms of this condition that took his name over 200 years ago.

While our knowledge of Parkinson’s has increased, it is still unclear what the causes are for this neuronal degeneration, and why it affects some individuals with advancing age.

While a definitive answer to this question may still be just out of reach, it is clear that mitochondrial dysfunction sits predominantly at the center of this disease.

Then what if we could improve and increase mitochondrial function?

Parkinson’s, Genetics & Environment

Certainly genetics must play a role, a hereditary weakness in genetic code which is susceptible to expression resulting in symptoms.

But we know that insults which are damaging to our code are a major etiology to expression, often referred to as epigenetics.

There has been a tremendous amount of research into trying to understand environmental insults leading to Parkinson’s, with many conflicting results.

Some say, yes, this is undoubtedly the cause, while other researchers refute their conclusions, but we do believe that at least these possible causes should be investigated.

Here is a partial list of some possible underlying causes, and these are not singular, meaning several in combination could be culprits.

  • Heavy metals (manganese, lead, mercury and copper)
  • Iron (elevated serum iron or increased ferritin, a protein which carries iron in the blood)
  • Pesticides & insecticides (neural paralysis)
  • Fungicides carrying manganese
  • Herbicides (paraquat)
  • Organophosphates

Other research shows low levels of glutathione are involved, as well as hydroxy free radicals leading to mitochondrial damage.

All the above must be considered by a thorough inquiry into past exposures and lab testing.

Many of the above toxins can remain in the body for a lifetime, and can be integrated in cell membranes and inside our cells.

Toxins in cell membranes lead to a weakening of our neuro-muscular system.

Toxins which are compartmentalized inside our cells lead to cellular and mitochondrial dysfunction. 

Our cells try to excrete these toxins, but to do this requires an active transport, and this active transport requires energy or ATP produced by our mitochondria.

So again, a major point to recovery must focus on increasing mitochrondrial function.

Poly MVA to the Rescue

Lipoic acid mineral complex (Poly MVA) is formulated to combat mitochondrial dysfunction by enhancing both the Krebs Cycle and the electron transport chain within mitochondria.

This natural complex is also a powerful free radical scavenger and therefore effective in combating the progressive loss of neurons due to oxidative damage by reactive oxygen species.

Poly MVA comes in two forms.

The 1st is straight Poly MVA, and the other, for doctors only, called Poly MVA Plus, is Poly with added vitamin A.

We prefer the 2nd.

It is used both orally and intravenously.

The oral is always begun first, usually for about 2 weeks before the IV infusions.

The IV is most often used in conjunction with other IVs including DCA, Acetoacetate, vitamin C and the 10-Pass Zotzmann ozone.

You can learn more about intravenous Poly MVA by clicking this link.

Parkinson’s Disease

At the core of every nerve, and what powers the function of the nerve, are mitochondria, and hundreds are present in almost every cell.

When mitochondrial activity declines and the production of energy or ATP declines as well, then the function of that cell is compromised, and symptoms appear.

And the organ system which is most reliant on optimal mitochondrial function is the Central Nervous System.

James Parkinson first described the motor symptoms of this condition that took his name over 200 years ago.

While our knowledge of Parkinson’s has increased, it is still unclear what the causes are for this neuronal degeneration, and why it affects some individuals with advancing age.

While a definitive answer to this question may still be just out of reach, it is clear that mitochondrial dysfunction sits predominantly at the center of this disease.

Then what if we could improve and increase mitochondrial function?

Parkinson’s, Genetics & Environment

Certainly genetics must play a role, a hereditary weakness in genetic code which is susceptible to expression resulting in symptoms.

But we know that insults which are damaging to our code are a major etiology to expression, often referred to as epigenetics.

There has been a tremendous amount of research into trying to understand environmental insults leading to Parkinson’s, with many conflicting results.

Some say, yes, this is undoubtedly the cause, while other researchers refute their conclusions, but we do believe that at least these possible causes should be investigated.

Here is a partial list of some possible underlying causes, and these are not singular, meaning several in combination could be culprits.

  • Heavy metals (manganese, lead, mercury and copper)
  • Iron (elevated serum iron or increased ferritin, a protein which carries iron in the blood)
  • Pesticides & insecticides (neural paralysis)
  • Fungicides carrying manganese
  • Herbicides (paraquat)
  • Organophosphates

Other research shows low levels of glutathione are involved, as well as hydroxy free radicals leading to mitochondrial damage.

All the above must be considered by a thorough inquiry into past exposures and lab testing.

Many of the above toxins can remain in the body for a lifetime, and can be integrated in cell membranes and inside our cells.

Toxins in cell membranes lead to a weakening of our neuro-muscular system.

Toxins which are compartmentalized inside our cells lead to cellular and mitochondrial dysfunction. 

Our cells try to excrete these toxins, but to do this requires an active transport, and this active transport requires energy or ATP produced by our mitochondria.

So again, a major point to recovery must focus on increasing mitochrondrial function.

Poly MVA to the Rescue

Lipoic acid mineral complex (Poly MVA) is formulated to combat mitochondrial dysfunction by enhancing both the Krebs Cycle and the electron transport chain within mitochondria.

This natural complex is also a powerful free radical scavenger and therefore effective in combating the progressive loss of neurons due to oxidative damage by reactive oxygen species.

Poly MVA comes in two forms.

The 1st is straight Poly MVA, and the other, for doctors only, called Poly MVA Plus, is Poly with added vitamin A.

We prefer the 2nd.

It is used both orally and intravenously.

The oral is always begun first, usually for about 2 weeks before the IV infusions.

The IV is most often used in conjunction with other IVs including DCA, Acetoacetate, vitamin C and the 10-Pass Zotzmann ozone.

You can learn more about intravenous Poly MVA by clicking this link.

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801.875.9292

 

We Believe in Empowering Our Clients Through Education & By Providing Therapies Which Assist Their Own Innate Capacity To Heal

 

Contact Information

Clear Health Centers
3350 Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
801.875.9292

Monday to Thursday: 9am to 4:30pm
Friday 9am-1pm
Closed Weekends and Holidays

 

 

Hours of Operation

Monday to Thursday: 9am to 4:30pm
Friday 9am-1pm
Closed Weekends and Holidays

 

Call Us Today to Schedule or Have Questions?

801.875.9292

We Believe in Empowering Our Clients Through Education
By Providing Therapies Which Assist Their
Own Innate Capacity To Heal

Contact Information

Clear Health Centers
3350 Highland Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
AdvancingCare@gmail.com

Hours of Operation

Monday to Thursday: 9am to 4:30pm
Friday 9am-1pm
Closed Weekends and Holidays