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  • FATIGUE

  • FATTY LIVER - STEATOHEPATITIS

    The liver is our most important detoxifying organ. Though tolerant in nature, protracted exposure to high concentrations of toxins, medicine, and alcohol, may severely damage the liver. Worst is it when the liver cells are substituted by scar tissue.
  • FEVER

    Elevated temperature caused by illness. The fever can be accompanied by discomfort, reduced appetite and drowsiness, and, in some cases, headache and impaired consciousness.
  • FIBROCYSTIC BREAST TUMOURS

    May be symptom-free. Often seen in women with Premenstrual syndrome (PMS). The fibrocystic breast tumours will not necessarily become malignant, but can be caused by hormonal unbalance and an inappropriate lifestyle.
  • FIBROMYOMAS - UTERINE FIBROMYOMAS - LEIOMYOMAS

    Uterine Fibromyomas are slowly growing, benign tumours composed of smooth muscle and connective tissue. There are man forms. Their size can vary from ½ cm to 10 cm or more.
  • FILARIASIS

    Microscopical animals e.g. worms, amoebas, and mites can find their way into the intestines, bloodstream, liver, or central nervous system and breed there. Parasites are involved in a number of serious diseases, e.g. malaria and sleeping sickness.
  • FLU

    Acute viral infection in the respiratory passages with high fever, shivering, headache, dry coughing and muscle pains. Flu is caused by an RNA-virus that changes from year to year and lasting immunity, therefore, cannot be obtained.
  • FOOD ALLERGY

    Immunologic overreactions caused by alimentaries tolerated by healthy people. The presence of food allergy can often be established with ordinary allergy tests. Often the symptoms follow immediately after ingestion of the provoking foodstuffs.

  • FOOD INTOLERANCE

    Various symptoms following ingestion of particular foodstuffs. Unlike food allergy, food intolerance cannot be established through ordinary allergy tests. The symptoms cover a wide range and are often delayed.
  • FUNGAL INFECTIONS

    Yeast- and mould fungi can cause a number of different conditions and diseases, especially in immuno-suppressed patients. Examples are allergies, poisoning - and even cancer - caused by fungal toxins. Some cases of fungal infection can be infectious.