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Alzheimer's, arthritis and heart disease have been linked to a common cause suggesting that they as well as other chronic degenerative diseases are amenable to a common treatment. The thesis was originally presented 40 years ago by cardiologist Kurt A. Oster, M.D., Professor Donald J. Ross, Ph.D. and Nicholas Sampsidis. The argument is presented in Something Called XO that more than 50 chronic illnesses may be prevented and even reversed by regulating two enzymes at the center of inflammation, the most damaging of which, with respect to free radical formation and oxidative stress, is xanthine oxidase (XO), stemming from homogenized milk. Certain nutrients in foods and supplements activate the two enzymes, others inhibit them - nutritional guidelines that are part of a self-help therapy for reversing chronic illness, the ORS Method.

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