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rosa
Monday, July 29, 2013, 11:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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A dear friend has been diagnosed with MND ...she is in complete shock understandably...I would love to be able to give her some nutritional, or lifestyle, advice...has anyone had experience of BTD/GTD or Swami helping in this situation??


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yiiikes... this is similar to L.Gehring's disease or also ALS.... ....

I've some ALS patients and give always the BTD as a form of first aid help... next some nootrope orthomolecular stuffs, ok I need some further infos' about her age and blood type, please . Is she a bt. B or 0 The sooner she's going to change her diet the better...


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My father died from ALS 25 years ago.  I would still like to know what therapies might halt or reverse it.  And why it occurs in the first place.

Anyway, my condolences, rosa.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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My neighbor was just diagnosed this week as well.

Uridine---

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20565334


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yes for Trhalose Complex from Dr D will help with mood and clean out stuff in the body..

Then also buy the encyclopedia and try all that is there in related protocols.. Try everything.

I am also impressed by explanations on food values.. not btd.. but general and generous info an Dr. Wilson's herballegacy.. much ther to learn from.  who knows where things come from, who ever is in need of help coming here might be on idea.. just to express emotional issues as welel.  Much anger is displayed in life and sometime having a place to air it out is a great help.  

I recently lost a 20 year old in a accidetn, I cam here and expressed what I could not elsewhere,, it helped me greatly.  I shared my feelings good and bad, and got support from wonderful friends here.  Invaluable service!!  (yet I did gain 15 pounds in the few weeks I also lost my brother.)

All my best wishes.. and trust BTD .. even though not all need to drop weight, it pays to know BTD, and the encyclopedia.. it might be available in a library.. worth checking it out or better yet asking for it .. it is getting old.. but still a good beginning..

or maybe look on this page.. there is is listing all protocols some where.    


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Quoted from Goldie
there is is listing all protocols some where.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/index.htm


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Many thanks everyone, I really appreciate all the wonderful advice
My friend is blood group O ...I reckon she may be a "hunter" as she is very tall and long-limbed!I don´t know if that is a good indication of ´genotype´!

The doctors have suggested a "high protein and high fat" diet...so I suggested that the fat should be beneficial/essential fats. She is also doing ´gluten-free´. However I suggested to her to be careful as many glutenfree products here contain maize, and therefore not suitable for O´s..
She has been losing weight, about 28 pounds, which is not good and wants to prevent any further losses.

Can anyone tell me why Trehalose helps clear out toxins and elevate mood??


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Quoted from rosa
Can anyone tell me why Trehalose helps clear out toxins and elevate mood??


The simple answer is yes and yes.


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yaeli and Tom many thanks for  the links & wonderful information..I´ll definitely pass it on ...& also get some for myself!
I know there is trehalose available here but without the D-Ribose...I presume they work in harmony so is it better to use Dr. D´s then ??


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a lot is found also in faty acids especially for the O's... and a high bunch of all B-vits as a complex and magnesium as a form of aspartate or orotate ,,,I'm not familiar with trehalose but think also some *healing mushrooms* might be an option here ...
Louise Hay's affirmations can't be that negative ....the results of Dr. Klinghardt
either !

Greetings from Switzerland .........


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Quoted from rosa
I know there is trehalose available here but without the D-Ribose...I presume they work in harmony so is it better to use Dr. D´s then ??


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One of the reasons I like Trehalose Complex instead of plain Trehalose is the addition of pectin, which helps the body carry out redundant cellular waste that is being eliminated.  And the Ribose, of course, which has done wonders with my chronic fatigue.  




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a female friend of my mother's (age approx 81) has this disease and is currently in a nursing home in Melbourne.
I recommend an Ayurvedic practioner/doctor.  In the meantime, read up books on ayurvedic healing.
regular foot reflexology.  eat according to one's constitutional type, taking into account underlying imbalances in physiology.
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some of my clients showed up contamination with several funghii, dito lime infections... as soon as those culprits were gone almost all showed up immediately with  no more further outburst of that sickness (sorry for my bad english   )
Here some fine infos also seen by Dr. Klinghardt: http://www.drklinghardtacademy.org


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I recently found out about a guy diagnosed with hereditary motor sensory neuropathy. Is this related or should I start another thread? I am sure BTD would help, of course.
The man is a quiet type, but works with teenagers & has helped them a lot, etc.
He should be in his 40s, looks like he is of N.European ancestry, but now lives in Central America.
He is trying to raise money for some orthotics that were very helpful when he tried them on.

By personality, I would guess his BT to be A or maybe B, but I am often wrong on that!


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