After watching his late father struggle with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) for 10 years, David Ponsonby developed a special interest in the condition. He felt helpless when prescription drug therapies did not reduce the tremors nor stop the progression of this degenerative disease. Fueled by the memory of his father’s suffering, David searched for answers on the cause of PD through a comprehensive review of the research literature. The link with pesticides became a key focus.
Ponsonsby’s article serves as a wake-up call on the dangers of common pesticides and includes these chapters:
- What is Parkinson’s Disease (PD)?
- The historical perspective of PD
- The Toxin Connection
- Genetic or acquired defects
- Treatment with glutathione and herbs
- Glossary of pesticides
Read his article: Pesticide Neurotoxicity Featuring Parkinson’s Disease (PDF)