Category Archives: Neurodegenerative Diseases

Sex & Gender Differences in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Neurodegenerative diseases, such as ALS, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, are among some of the most common forms of age-related neurodegenerative diseases men and women in America face in this day and age, with Alzheimer’s being the most common of them all. More and more studies are showing that men may be more likely to develop these… Read More »

The Connection Between ALS & Lyme Disease

Did you know that ALS patients are more than 1,000 times more likely to have Lyme Disease than the typical American? While it is said that there is no one cause of ALS, there is a very potential contributor that has been gaining more and more attention for its involvement in ALS patients and that… Read More »

Common Types of Neurodegenerative Diseases

While I do not professionally treat neurodegenerative diseases, as a functional medicine practitioner, I do treat many illnesses that have been directly correlated with many of these neurodegenerative diseases, such as lyme disease, hormonal imbalance, toxicity and more. As a part of my mission to spread awareness, I am committed to educating as many as… Read More »

ALS Awareness Month: What You Can Do

May kicks off ALS Awareness month and this could not come at a more perfect time as my family, my staff and my global research team are on a mission to help educate, raise awareness and eventually help find the cure for ALS once and for all. This month will be dedicated to education about… Read More »

ALS Overview: What it Is, What it Is NOT and Common Symptoms

As many of you have recently learned, my dear husband, Ayeez, has been diagnosed with ALS. Since his diagnosis, in addition to caring for him, I have made it my personal and professional mission to help research this devastating disease and ultimately, find a cure to see that no one human being, or their families,… Read More »

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