CISRA’s Synergy Health Newsletter

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Purpose: Synergy occurs when a dynamic process of cooperation and interaction leads to results that would not have occurred without that process. The name Synergy reflects the process by which we hope to accomplish our goals for the chronically ill: To inspire hope, to educate doctors, patients and researchers about new research findings and treatments, to provide resources, and to empower patients and their families to obtain the most beneficial treatments for themselves and to promote the research that will benefit all.

List of Articles

Issue 12 Preview. Marshall Protocol Presentations at Large International Autoimmunity Conference, Vitamin D, Weight Loss

Issue 11. Fall 2007

Vitamin D, the Vitamin D Receptor and Chronic Disease – Brain Lesions, Vascular Calcification and Osteoporosis: Two Views of Vitamin D Supplementation and Parathyroid Hormone

Issue 10. Summer 2007

Marshall Protocol News, DVDs; AAEM and FDA presentations, Townsend Letter articles, Zinc oxide Allows More Sun Exposure, Vitamin D Book Chapter and Presentation

Improvement Rates on the Marshall Protocol: Data and Case Histories

Carbohydrate, Chlorogenic Acid and Benicar Sensitivity in Relationship to the Marshall Protocol: Preliminary Observations and Links to Theories of Chronic Disease (updated Feb. 2010)

Improved Methods of Detecting Food Allergies/Sensitivities/Intolerances: Beyond the Pulse Test

Lysine, Arginine and Viral Infections

Almond and Walnut Allergy/Sensitivity

Acidity, Alkalinity and Bacterial Die-off Reactions

Frequency Specific Microcurrent for Pain Reduction

A Short Introduction to the Marshall Protocol

Issue 9. Winter 2006

The Marshall Protocol in Laymen’s Terms — November 12, 2005. Presentation before a Lyme Support Group Meeting

My Progress on the Marshall Protocol — Going Slowly and Cautiously To Achieve Success

Issue 8. Fall 2005

Lyme Disease and its Relation to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Psychiatric and Rheumatic Disease — 2002

Update on Lyme and CFS: Some Promising New Approaches to Lyme Disease and Other Related Chronic Illnesses — 2005

Some New Observations on Food Sensitivities and the Pulse Test — 2002

Update on Food Allergies/Sensitivities and the Pulse Test: Withdrawal Reaction Mechanisms, Overcoming Resistance, New Pulse Test Tips and Some Other Methods — 2004

2005 Marshall Protocol: Conference, Update, Corrections

Some Recent Topics of Interest: Immune Enhancement, Toxoplasma and Other Parasites, Reducing Menstrual Symptoms

Issue 7. Fall 2004

New Evidence of Excessive Levels of the Active Form of Vitamin D (1,25 D) and it’s Role in Autoimmune Illnesses, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Lyme Disease

Marshall Protocol: A New Protocol for Autoimmune Illnesses, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Lyme Disease: Combating Cell Wall Deficient Bacteria and Excessive Inflammation

A Parasitic Roundworm Linked to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Issue 6. Summer/Fall 2000

Magnesium Supplementation: Restoring Magnesium Levels Successfully Without Side Effects

Speeding up the Guaifenesin Reversal Process: Variable Higher Doses (VHD)

Book Review: The Hidden Drug, Dietary Phosphate and discussion of ADD and Fibromyalgia

A Highly Sensitive Saliva Test for the Common Parasite, Entamoeba histolytica

A Selection of Summaries of Presentations from American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) Meetings: Innovative Approaches to Asthma; Oxygen Therapy for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS); Insulin Resistance and Syndrome X: Heart Disease, Diabetes and Obesity; Adrenal Stress Index and Carbohydrates: Patterns of Cortisol and DHEA; Patterns of Estrogen and Progesterone

Issue 5. Summer/Fall 1999

Food Allergy/Sensitivity: The Pulse Test and Other Strategies

Practical Tips for the Low Carbohydrate Diet for Hypoglycemia

Can One Slow the Progression of Fibromyalgia Without Guaifenesin?

Issue 4. Winter/Spring 1999

Pre Fibromyalgia: A Possible Explanation for Many Common Idiopathic, Functional and Pain Disorders

Guaifenesin and a Hypoglycemic Diet in Fibromyalgia: Common Errors and Misconceptions

How to “Map” Fibromyalgia: Review of Video and Comments

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Video Review and Comments

Issue 3. Summer/Fall 1998

Natural Therapies With and Without Salicylates

Some Alternative Ways of Obtaining Better Quality Sleep

Issue 2. Vol. 1(2) Winter/Spring 1998

A Case History of FMS/CFIDS/MCS

Alternative Sources of Books on Tape –Free Braille Institute Resources Available for Those Too Ill to Read and Other Sources

Issue 1. Vol. 1(1) Fall 1997

Summary of Issue, Introducing CISRA: Goals

Innovative Approaches to Fibromyalgia: Environmental Medicine, Guaifenesin, Low Carbohydrate Diet

About the Editor: Dr. J.C. Waterhouse graduated from the University of California, Irvine, cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, with a bachelor’s in Biology (much of it pre medical). Dr. Waterhouse received a Ph.D. in Systems Ecology with a minor in Statistics from U.T. Knoxville, did research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and published several papers in scientific journals before becoming ill with chronic fatigue and immune dysregulation syndrome (CFIDS or CFS), fibromyalgia and Lyme disease, and has since spent nearly 20 years studying these and other illnesses. You can obtain more information about the newsletter editor at this link, including a list of publications and conference presentations in the field of biomedicine.

Disclaimer: All articles provided on the SynergyHN website are for information only and are not intended as medical advice. An effort is made to be accurate, however readers are advised to verify what is presented here and check with their own doctors. No guarantee of accuracy is expressed or implied. Neither CISRA nor the author receives any funding or income from any organization or manufacturer connected with the topics discussed.

Furthermore, the articles presented here should not be relied on to suggest a course of treatment for any individual. The information should not be used in place of a consultation or a visit with your physician or licensed health care provider. Implementation of any treatments discussed are undertaken at your own risk. The reader of articles on this site agree not to hold liable anyone connected with the SynergyHN web site for any use or misuse of the information discussed here. The articles are not written by a medical physician or licensed health care provider. If you have any health-related questions, consult your physician or other qualified health care provider.

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October 25, 2008 at 3:23 pm

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