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Alternative MedicineLiving With CFNutrition

Potential benefits of honey in Cystic Fibrosis

  Honey has been used for centuries as a food and sweetener but also for its healing properties. Early uses of honey has been noted in ancient civilisations, in countries such as Egypt, Greece, China and Spain. Honey continues to be a popular food today, and a natural product that is widely used for …

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Alternative MedicineGastrointestinal DiseaseLiving With CFNutrition

What is an Anti-Inflammatory Diet?

From left to right: onion, ginger, garlic, fresh turmeric Anti-inflammatory foods are often discussed by people with chronic inflammatory diseases. What foods are helpful? What studies are behind these claims? How can you cook with these foods? Inflammation is a response of the immune system – sometimes to invaders (infection) …

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Sharktank: Jim Caldwell

My name is Jim Caldwell and I would like to introduce myself to this group. I am the president of another cystic fibrosis group called Sharktank Research Foundation (sharktank.org). I’ve been involved with Sharktank since 1999. I began studying cystic fibrosis seventeen years ago through Sharktank, shortly after my daughter was …

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Alternative MedicineLiving With CFSurveyTreatments

Your Questions on Nutraceuticals

From our Survey in 2015 Qualitative Research: YOUR Questions   What are some natural treatments that are safe and effective to enhance regular treatments? Who will work with CF patients regarding natural remedies such as essential oils? What foods, natural remedies, or supplements have most helped patients slow the progression …

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Asthma, Allergies & Green FAQ

Written by member Nightwriter Please note that this information was compiled from numerous threads on the message boards. We encourage you to search and read the threads for more detailed information, engage in your own research outside the message boards and, of course, consult with your doctor before making any …

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