GUEST POST: BY DR. WILLIAM PARKER, The Autism/Acetaminophen Link – Summary of Research

Its scary how a common pain reliever/fever drug might be the cause of autism when administered to infantile children or used during pregnancy!

THE BIOME BUZZ

I am leaving for Russia in a little more than a week, to talk about the therapeutic use of helminths in autism at the Autism Challenges and Solutions Conference, in Moscow.  Also speaking there is Dr. William Parker, one of the foremost researchers into the immunological effects of helminths.  I have talked about William many times on this blog.  As you know, I’ve been a fan since first reading his work back in 2010.  William is covering the microbiome/autism connection at the conference so our talks are synergistic, and he actually speaks just prior to me.  He’s promised me a great introduction.  I’ll let you all know how he does!

Anyway, William called me a couple of  nights ago to catch up and chat about our upcoming trip – but we ended up spending a good portion of an hour talking about his latest research, on the toxic effects…

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30 Days of Genius

I highly recommend everyone to check out this series of 30 videos. 30 Days of Genius is a free interview series for anyone interested in picking the brains of world-class achievers. Each video consists of an engaging conversation between the host, Chase Jarvis and someone stellar like Richard Branson, Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin and many more! "The goal of this … Continue reading 30 Days of Genius

Training Log: 2015 W27 / 2016W1

“So many people spend their health gaining wealth, and then have to spend their wealth to regain their health.” ~ A.J.Materi Monday 28th Dec 2015 Sleep: 2130-0800, 8hrs Quality: 6/10 - couldn't sleep for the first few hours.. Think it's because I took a 2hr nap in the afternoon. Hotspots: right foot, right low back … Continue reading Training Log: 2015 W27 / 2016W1

Training log: Week 25 & 26

"Fitness isn't a punishment; its a blessing. Nutrition isn't restrictive; its healing. Health isn't a one-size-fits-all-thing and may not look the same for everyone, but its something worth fighting for."  Monday 14 dec  HRV: 72(-8) Sleep: 0030 - 0600 (5.5hrs) Quality: 10/10 - slept with earplugs and eye masks. Woke up naturally without alarm and … Continue reading Training log: Week 25 & 26

Training log: Week 23 & 24

“Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence.”  Vince Lombardi  Monday Readiness to train HRV: 86 (+1) Sleep: 6hrs (2100-0300) + aftnoon naps (1+hrs) Quality: 10/10 - did not wake up at all, no problem waking up too. Looks like my body is adjusting to waking at up 3am! Strength … Continue reading Training log: Week 23 & 24

Training log: Week 22

"No one in our society needs to be told that exercise is good for us. Whether you are overweight or have a chronic illness or are a slim couch potato, you’ve probably heard or read this dictum countless times throughout your life. But has anyone told you--indeed, guaranteed you--that regular physical activity will make you … Continue reading Training log: Week 22

Training Log: Week 22

"Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I'M POSSIBLE" - Audrey Hepburn Monday Readiness to train:  HRV: 79(-6) Sleep: 8hrs (2300-0700) Quality: 10/10 730am - Hill Runs  Warmup & cooldown: 15mins easy jog 4 x hill run repeats Rest the down hills Ave time up: 3’30 1215pm - strength  1max set each Heavybagwork Handstand push-ups (HSPU) … Continue reading Training Log: Week 22