A general feature of herbs and spices is their dense nutritional content, particularly essential vitamins that the body needs while fighting Leigh’s disease. If you add coriander, poppy seeds, rosemary or thyme to a child’s daily diet, there is a good chance of slowing down or eliminating the symptoms of Leigh’s disease. The disease is not known to have a cure, but the comprehensive antioxidant and anti-inflammatory components of many herbs can help with metabolic disorders in a number of ways.
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