...when I was diagnosed with MS 29 years ago, I was told there was no hope for me, and no cure.The experts told me there was nothing I could do to change the course of the disease, and they assured me I would end up in a wheelchair in time. Unfortunately, not much has changed from then to now.
Today when people are diagnosed with MS they are usually put on very expensive drugs and still become disabled in time. Most often relapsing remitting MS turns to progressive MS. The MS drugs suppress our immune system and do not address the true cause.
MS and chronic disease in general is caused by a collection of infections – silent chronic infections. These infections differ from person to person, which is why it is so important to work with someone, be it a coach, an integrative doctor, or other practitioner. There is no diet, no exercise and no pill that will give us our life back – we must use a holistic approach to treat the infections that are making us sick.
In working with hundreds of Wellness Champions in the Live Disease Free Academy, it is clear that people who suffer with multiple sclerosis or other chronic diseases are loaded with parasites, both big and small. Large and small parasitic worms, fungal overgrowth, and various bacterial infections including the vector-borne infections associated with Lyme disease are present. Herbs or drugs alone will not give lasting results – successful treatment of these infections requires a holistic approach and combination of therapies such as: herbs, drugs, oxygen, electromedicine, etc. and a complete lifestyle change.
Please watch my video below to learn more about the true cause of MS, and I hope you will share this information with anyone who is searching for answers.
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You must watch my free training before we meet so you understand how infections are the cause of MS.
If you are already prone to this malady, the following information may be dangerous in encouraging this behavior. This writer is not responsible for damages done. As a result of today's blog topic, my personal couch potato activities are responsible for the lack of yesterday's post. In an attempt to justify my actions, I blame Netflix (in the name of research).
The best way to prove a fact is to test it, right? Yesterday I definitely put Netflix to the test by watching hours of Safe, a one-season Harlon Coben creation that whetted my love for crime/mystery/action-based entertainment. Harlon Coben is an American author whose work I have enjoyed immensely over the years, discovering Safe as Coben's break out into film became that much sweeter when The Five caught my attention another series of his own. I will finish The Five today (unless some saves me) so that I can further investigate Coben with viewings of The Stranger. I might take a break …
We warriors are a resilient breed. After speaking extensively with a CBD enthusiast over the weekend, i finally bit the bullet and bought the "good" stuff...all in the name of research. Things have changed a bit since my first CBD experience, including the flavor. This particular product comes in natural (an earthy flavor), peppermint (self-explanatory), and cinnamon (Yum!).Because particular brand (Hempworx) has ONLY two ingredients : CDB and hemp seed oil.
I decided to document my experience here, so if any of you are interested we can discuss our personal journeys. As you all know, MS is an expensive condition that requires careful thought to additional treatments and related expenditures, most of which are not recognized by insurance companies and/or medical professionals; so, every experience is a financial gamble.
I started my new "treatment" on Saturday, October 26, 2019. The instructions direct you to take two-three drops under the tongue twice a day for th…
I am looking for advice. Some of you know that my insurance denied any assistance with acquiring the Walk Aide L300; mostly on the basis of a lack of clinical evidence that that the device is not necessary to the diagnosis of MS.
I am now filing an appeal and am looking for suggestions/advice/prior experience in the appeal process.Thus far, my rough draft is equal in volume to a short story. "Cause, y'know, I like to write.
If there are words of wisdom out there (I know there are), please share with me. If you have attempted to leave comments here in the past and failed, that issue is fixed (Thank you, Rebecca), so I implore you to spread your words here