Did you know that the cure for most, if not all, disease has already been found? That it has been employed for decades, right under our very noses? Have you ever heard of a cow with Multiple Sclerosis? A pig with Celiac disease? Goats with Cancer?
Of course you haven't. Disease in the meat animals we raise is always dealt with rapidly and thoroughly, else consumers would be at risk of horrible death and thousands of farmers would lose their farms. Remember the recent debacle with mad cow disease? Isn't it sad that we work harder to keep our food animals healthy than we do ourselves?
Dr. Joel D. Wallach, B.S., D.V.M., N.D., was raised on a farm. By the time he was fifteen years old, he had an intimate knowledge of farm animals, their care, their diets, their supplementations. When his eyelids began twitching so hard they clicked he consulted an eye doctor. She didn't have a clue what was causing his problem and claimed his lashes were too long and were whacking his glasses. (This occurred in the 1950s.) Frustrated and disgusted, he consulted medical texts at the public library. Those texts stated emphatically that muscle spasms were due to a mineral deficiency. The boy, Joel, pocketed a quantity of the mineral supplements his family stored in a barn for their farm animals and began popping them frequently. And cured his own condition.
Joel went on to get a degree as a veterinary pathologist. Dictionary.com defines pathology as follows:
Over the course of his life, Dr. Wallach has examined countless tissue samples of disease in both animals and humans. Working in zoos, he discovered that when the zoo animals died in any way short of their normal lifespan, it was always due to mineral deficiencies. He found disease tissue samples in the zoo animals that were virtually identical to the same diseases in humans, even when experts of that era claimed that those diseases were strictly human-only conditions.
Today, Dr. W, who was born around 1940, is still alive and well, and still promoting mineral supplementation through his company at youngevity.com.
His book, Dead Doctors Don't Lie, is broken down into three parts. The first part (53%) is the story of his life, the second an appendix on 90 minerals, and the last part (33%), an appendix entitled "Let's Play Doctor," focuses on the treatment of many diseases. Not all diseases are mentioned therein, but treatment methods for those not included can be reasoned out by focusing on symptoms.
Fortunately, Multiple Sclerosis was specifically addressed.
Minerals are catalysts in the chain of chemical transformations that occur in our bodies. Without minerals, the vitamins we consume are about as effective as placebos.
Minerals cannot be obtained through diet alone, because they are products of the soil. Unfortunately, soil conditions vary by location and nowadays, with most of our agricultural acreage depleted by decades of rotation with a limited selection of plants, no soil anywhere can render a full spectrum of the minerals essential to our basic health.
I've hunted for liquid mineral supplements through my local natural food stores and online. Prices have been pretty comparable and the only real difference is how many minerals are included, their percentages, and their source.
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Fried foods and margarine are a source of Omega-6 fatty acids. Studies have found that people with MS have normal levels of these fatty acids already but were deficient in Omega-3 fatty acids. Thus, fried foods and margarine should be avoided and concentration given to Flaxseed Oil or fish oil in the form of liver oil or salmon oil. Supplementation at five (5) grams t.i.d. (three times daily), he says, “will increase your survival rate by 50%.”
One method of supplementing with this oil is by combining them in your butter. You can whip individual dosages at the time you are preparing your meal or in larger quantities in advance. Be sure to keep them refrigerated and add Vitamin D to prevent the oils from becoming rancid. Flaxseed oil can also be added to cold, oil based dishes, such as salad dressing.
Because the myelin sheath that is lost in MS is made almost exclusively out of cholesterol, eggs and red meat are of extreme importance as major sources of cholesterol in the diet.
Mercury fillings are a toxin that lend themselves to a host of degenerative diseases. Removal should be accomplished, if at all possible, and done so with great care. Until removal can be affected, “selenium is almost a specific antidote to mercury poisoning.”
Selenium is a mineral found in the soil and its availability is largely a factor of location and soil conditions. Food sources include nuts like walnuts and Brazil nuts;fish like tuna, cod, red snapper and herring; beef and poultry; and whole grains. Processing may destroy the mineral . The safe upper limit dosage of this supplement appears to be 200 mcg. per day. Care should be taken in researching dosage, as selenium can be toxic in high enough dosages.
Dr. Hal Huggins, author of the book "It's All In Your Head," has pioneered the safest method for mercury amalgam removal. Here is his MS page.
Under NO circumstances, WHATSOEVER, should any patient seek to administer CaEAP protocol without the supervision of a board-certified medical doctor!
CaEAP, aka calcium aminoethylphosphate, is a treatment largely employed in Germany and not routinely available in the United States. While Dr. W recommends this at one injection q.i.d. (four times daily), a tale by Dr. Atkins, of the Atkins diet, describes a near fatal reaction by one patient early on in his practice with this substance. This appears to be a highly controversial treatment protocol and is due more investigation. At the least, this protocol MUST be managed by a competent physician. This treatment is available as injections or IV drips.
Calcium 2-aminoethylphosphate on Wikipedia, patented by Dr. Hans Nieper, specialist in Multiple Sclerosis.
Octacosanol is a chemical that may help the body use oxygen better. While the page at webmd.com does not mention MS, it does say that this substance is used in the treatment of ALS. Dr. W mentions that his treatment for MS is also effective for ALS. Thus, one can reason that if this works for ALS (webmd.com) then it should also work for MS (Dr. Wallach's book). In any case, Dr. W recommends the dosage as two (2) capsules t.i.d. (three times daily).
Another uncommon therapy Dr. W recommends is counter irritant therapy using snake venom.
Definition at dictionary.com:
D-phenylalanine is an amino acid that inhibits the enzyme that breaks down endorphins. Endorphins are the body's "feel good" hormones. By preventing their breakdown, d-phenylalanine helps reduce inflammation and increases pain tolerance. Dr. W recommends 500 mg. t.i.d. (three times daily).
75-200 mg t.i.d. (3 times daily) Is
the recommended dosage of Betaine HCI and pancreatic enzymes Dr. W
recommends. These enzymes aid in digestion in the stomach and need to
be taken between meals, not with meals. Take your doses approximately
20-30 minutes before eating.
Food allergies are a common problem in today's general population and one that is regularly overlooked or ignored. Rotation diets enable people to identify those foods to which they are allergic and help heal the small intestine. Talk to an allergist on how to conduct a testing program at home. Ask how to administer the pulse test as another tool to determine food allergens.
The best sources of Vitamin C in the diet can be found in berries, citrus fruits, and green vegetables. Numerous herbs contain Vitamin C as well. Supplementation recommendations are 3,000 mg (3 grams) per day if relatively healthy, 5,000 mg (5 grams) if ill.
Vitamin C is most effective if taken in divided doses, throughout the day. Smoking depletes Vitamin C significantly. Vitamin C levels can also be reduced by alcohol, analgesics, antidepressants, anticoagulants, oral contraceptives, and steroids.
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