geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Dietetica en los síndromes de Hígado y Vesícula Biliar


, : Dietetica en los síndromes de Hígado y Vesícula Biliar.

El sistema H gado y Ves cula Biliar repercute sobre la Sangre almacen ndola y asegurando la libre circulaci n del Qi. El estr s, las emociones, los sangrados y una mala dieta mermar n la Sangre y al Qi afectando al sistema. Las normas diet ticas b sicas y los cuidados diet ticos, tanto restrictivos como coadyuvantes, complementar n para restablecer una ptima funcionalidad del sistema H gado y Ves cula Biliar. The Liver and Gallbladder system stores Blood and creates unrestrained conditions for the flow of Qi. Stress, emotions, bleeding and poor diet have negative effects on both Blood and Qi, affecting the system. Basic dietary norms and care, both restrictive and coadjuvant, are complementary and help to restore optimal functioning of the Liver and Gallbladder system.

US$29.90


Other references

Drosera, M.; Facchetti, F.; Landolfo, S.; Mondini, M.; Nyberg, F.; Parodi, A.; Santoro, A.; Zampieri, S.; Doria, A., 2006: Role of soluble and cell surface molecules in the pathogenesis of autoimmune skin diseases. The skin is one of the most commonly involved tissue in rheumatic autoimmune diseases. Different mechanisms are thought to be implicated in the pathogenesis of skin lesions. In genetically predisposed individuals, ultraviolet (UV) light can contri...

Rabkin, J.G.; Rabkin, R.; Wagner, G., 1994: Effects of fluoxetine on mood and immune status in depressed patients with HIV illness. Background: When present, depression in the context of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) illness not only detracts from quality of remaining life but may interfere with motivation to obtain good medical care as well, thus directly influencing lif...

Jennings, D.L., 1978: The blackberries of South America - an unexplored reservoir of germplasm. The taxonomy of Rubus glaucus, which is resistant to Mycosphaerella rubi and Elsinoe veneta, and of R. macrocarpus is discussed. Both species are being used in breeding projects by the Scottish Horticultural Research Institute.

Watson L.P.; Lee C.M., 1974: The ultrastructure of trypanosoma duttoni in mouse spleen. American Zoologist 14(4): 1254

Anonymous, 2013: The Quantity Theory of Insanity by Will Self. <I>The Quantity Theory of Insanity</I> is a short story by the English novelist and journalist Will Self. It is one of six stories in a collection of the same name. Its central conceit is that there is ‘only a fixed proportion of...

James, H.A.; Mills, K.I.; Gibson, I., 1995: Specificity of hammerhead ribozymes against the bcrabl mRNAs in vitro. Blood 86(10 SUPPL 1): 732A

Lackey, M.; Fralick, J., 2001: A study of open reading frames in a novel orientation in Escherichia coli. During our analysis of TolC expression from a T7-promoter we found that the Escherichia coli HindIII-SalI DNA fragment carrying the tolC gene also carried a second open reading frame (ORF) whose putative transcription converges into tolC, with the...

Bautista Rentero, D.; Tenías Burillo, J.M.; Sabater Pons, A.; Pérez Bermúdez, B.; Zanón Viguer, V., 1995: The comparison of adverse reactions to anti-influenza vaccines of split-vision and surface antigens. Fear of adverse reactions is one of the reasons why influenza immunization programs for hospital workers have not met wide acceptance. We conducted a study in order to compare the frequency of adverse reactions following administration of standard...

Nhut, D.Tan.; Huy, N.Phuc.; Tai, N.Thanh.; Nam, N.Ba.; Luan, V.Quoc.; Hien, V.Thi.; Tung, H.Thanh.; Vinh, B.The.; Luan, T.Cong., 2015: Light-emitting diodes and their potential in callus growth, plantlet development and saponin accumulation during somatic embryogenesis of iPanax vietnamensis Ha iet Grushv. NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">In recent years, LED (light-emitting diode) has been the subject of research within the field of plant growth and development. However, there has been little discussion about using LED <i>in vitro</i&...

Coutelen, F.; Biguet, J.; Doby, J.-M.; Deblock, S., 1953: Avian toxoplasmoses. Varying susceptibility of birds to a human strain of the organism. An experimental observation of the varying susceptibility of the domestic pigeon to a known human strain of Toxoplasma. The authors discussed the various organisms encountered in birds which may be confused with toxoplasms: the exoerythrocytic sta...