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Juicing for Restless Leg Syndrome [Kindle Edition]

Andrew Williams Ph.D.
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Book Description

Restless Legs Syndrome & how I cured my own by juicing

You may know it as:

• Fidgety Legs,
• Night Thrashers,
• The Creepy Crawlies Legs,
• Jumpy Legs,
• The Crawlies,
• Edgy Legs,
• Bugs in the bones,
• Night crawls,
• Bugs crawling in my legs at night,
• That Icky Twitchy Leg Thing,
• Wretched limb syndrome,
• Racing legs,
• The Jiggies,
• Night Time Jitterbug,
• Elvis legs,
• Ant Legs,
• Legitis,
• or any other common names of the condition.

The cause of Restless Leg Syndrome is not very well understood. It is known that there may be a genetic link, and it is also known that pregnant women are far more likely to suffer from Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). There are even a few diseases that make someone more prone to get RLS like diabetes or renal failure. However, there are a large number of cases where RLS affect otherwise healthy human beings.

My RLS Story

When my wife was pregnant with our first child, she suffered RLS. For some reason, so did I at the time. It was a horrible sensation that made it near impossible to sleep. I was a man on a mission, researching and delving into medical literature. I found out that there are some common vitamin and mineral deficiencies that may be causing the problem. When you look at our modern diet, you can see why deficiencies occur. OK; I hear what your saying. You eat fruit and vegetables and still have RLS. Well, if I told you that the levels of minerals in our fresh produce have been dropping over the years. In 1930, an average carrot had 20mg zinc. In 1988 that dropped to 10mg. Current estimates suggests this may be as low as 2mg today. And it's not just zinc that is being depleted. Essentially, the fruit and vegetables we buy today have less nutrients in them than those our parents ate.

The fact that vitamin and mineral deficiencies can cause Restless leg syndrome is actually a good thing for sufferers, because deficiencies can be fixed. In this book, I'll show you the dietary changes I made to cure my own Restless legs syndrome. I did it by juicing certain combinations of fruit and vegetables, and I haven't had RLS since (though I now juice on a daily basis). Why juicing? Simply that we can get larger quantities of nutrients than by eating the food.

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  • File Size: 576 KB
  • Print Length: 38 pages
  • Publisher:; 1.1 edition (August 8, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008VAGHS0
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Juicing for Restless Leg Syndrome March 20, 2013
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I never knew there is other people with this same irritating problem.
This book has helped me immensely. Thank you.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
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Andy Williams Juicing for Restless Legs Syndrome is for you if you or a loved one have the challenging problem. The price is only $.99 which may be the best dollar you ever spent.

Be advised that my review is biased in that I have known of Dr. Williams for several years now as one of the top Internet marketing researchers and teachers on the Internet. That said, please note that I know him as a man of his word, and a man who applies relentless logic to everything he teaches.

I am assuming that you or someone you care for has Restless Legs Syndrome, or RLS, and that is what brought you here. So let me briefly outline what I just read...

Williams begins his book by explaining the reason for writing it. Both he and his wife have experienced RLS, with his dose being the worse of the two. So, he has a stake in the problem. Then, using the scientific hypothesis method, (I presume) he lays out what is known and finally what he did about his own case.

Expanding a bit, Williams book will save you a lot of your own research time as he explains in layman terms the current thinking on RLS along with copious references for further reading. Of greatest significance to me, while he lists the more invasive drug medications, he emphasizes the natural approach.

My personal preference is to always try the simplest things first before opening up with the big guns. I have to respect the man for agreeing with me. Ha!

Next, he broaches his "juicing" cure rationale, and explains the benefits of it in light of what you just read about what is known and or suspected as the cause.

Lastly, he presents some simple recipes that he has used himself to actually cure his problem.
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5.0 out of 5 stars loved it November 12, 2014
By Darlene
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I thought it was very informative. As to whether the remedies work or not, I will let you know!!!! All in all, I liked the book alot
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1.0 out of 5 stars Fraudulent and dangerous. March 16, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
The absurd claims in this book had be alternately laughing and angry. One cannot "juice" one's way to recovery for Willis-Ekbom Disease, as for roughly 60% of victims it is genetic. People with the disease need medical care, from a certified and licensed physician, to help mitigate symptoms and improve quality of life: drinking juice will not do that. The pamphlet claims to *CURE* the disease, even though in most cases the disease is genetic--- hard coded in the victims' DNA: that makes this pamphlet criminally fraudulent. There are no cures for Willis-Ekbom Disease.
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