dc10 wrote:i really dont want to resort to surgery as patients still regularly relapse + the awful pain from the wound for weeks/months... no thanks
Have you tried antibiotics?
jimmylegs wrote:what kind of food can you get easily, where you are? do the shops have any web sites we can look at to get some idea?
vesta wrote:I just watched a January 27, 2011 interview Dr. Wahls gave to Katie Roche. She recommends using a TENS device for neuro-muscular electrical stimulation. She does so to develop atrophied muscles, especially on her back. By doing so she stimulates her blood circulation in the Central Nervous System (Chinese Medical Theory) She apparently is unaware of CCSVI, that the true cause of MS is a blood reflux which injures the brain and spinal cord. I believe that life stress and food intolerances triggered off her disease and toxic MS medication worsened her condition by poisoning her. She probazbly does not have a blockied vein, but veins which collaShe recovered by 1) de-toxifying from the MS medication which was poisoning her as well as food toxins 2) nourishing herself optimally with paleo diet food and nutritional supplements 3) progressive exercise and 3) neuro-muscular electrical stimulation which enhances blood circulation. She, like about 2/3 MS patients, probably does not have a CCSVI structural vein stenosis and cannot benefit from angioplasty.
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jimmylegs wrote:great link, Liberation!
here's one resource (american though) which can help you make more informed choices about when to buy organic:
dirty dozen and clean 15
note to self: insist on organic kale/greens, celery, sweet peppers, lettuce, cucumber and potatoes!
sample worst of the dirty dozen:
"#3 Bell Peppers. Bell peppers tested positive for up to 15 pesticides on a single sample." ouch.
sheesh i'm going to have to start my own mini greenhouse :S hehe
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