Antibiotics

Louis Pasteur is one of the fathers of the germ-based illness theory. He had probably inspired Alexander Fleming . When Fleming was working on penicillin, the theories on bacteria not developing in sterile environments or the fact they are linked to illnesses was more or less a fact. Still it took quite a few years between 1928, when penicillin was discovered and 1942, when it was started … Continue reading Antibiotics

B12

Vitamin B12 is used by the body to make red blood cells. B12 is required for many vital biological functions, including production of adrenal hormones, metabolizing fat, carbs and folate, formation of red blood cells, iron absorption, nervous system function, cognitive health and much more. It’s also used to produce DNA. You could have a vitamin B12 deficiency if you’re constantly having headaches, lose your appetite, or if … Continue reading B12

Autism

The picture listed in the beginning of the article concentrates on the brain. Most of us still believe that autism is an illness mainly related to brain function. This is one of the misconceptions that follows multiple people with autism. It is a fact that most of our high-level functions are located in the brain. But less is known about the fact, that we have … Continue reading Autism