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MS - Living Symptom Free: The True Story of an MS Patient: A Guide on How to Eat Properly and Live a Healthy Life while Controlling, Reducing, and Eliminating the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis Paperback – August 13, 2011
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About the Author
Daryl Bryant was born in New Jersey to loving and fantastic parents. He earned degrees in computer science and mathematics from Montclair State University. After college, he was hired at a New York City based software company that developed a proprietary user-sensing technology. In 2002, he left the company and established Hudson Horizons, a professional website design, development, and Internet marketing agency that provides innovative and quality services to businesses and corporations of all sizes. Daryl firmly believes in giving back to the community and exemplifies this by volunteering and making financial and other contributions to a number of charities, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Westside Infant and Teen Parent Program, National MS Society, Montel Williams MS Foundation, Breast Cancer Prevention Institute, and the American Red Cross. Daryl was first diagnosed with MS during his time at the software company in NYC, but chose to deny his symptoms until shortly after beginning Hudson Horizons. The symptoms of MS could easily have stopped him in his tracks, but Daryl’s proactive role in his life and positive outlook prevented MS symptoms from taking over. Today, Daryl is a very happily married man and as of the time of this book’s writing, he will be expecting his first child. Daryl H. Bryant is an entrepreneur, public speaker and a very active individual in his community. He is living a happy, healthy and successful life with MS and would like to inspire his readers that they can do the same. Daryl leaves his readers with this: “I may not have been given a choice in the cards I was dealt, but I was certainly given the options in how to play them. I have elected to make certain that my MS does not rule my life. By making the right choices and changes every day, I have made sure that I am the one in control of my life.” ~ Daryl Bryant
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It has always been mercury poisoning from my dental amalgams. Period. That's what this is. I had one Hep B shot with thimerosal and that pushed me over the top into clinical MS. But the majority of the mercury was implanted in my mouth and they know they are poisoning us. It's really a nasty business they're in (ADA).
I'm still working on ridding my body/brain of this poison (it's evil) but we can permanently get well if we chelate this toxin out of us.
Good luck everyone.
Daryl has done what many health professionals can't do...he has given us options. He has told his inspirational story in very frank terms. He has been very honest about his successes and his less-successful attempts at managing his MS. He has explained what has worked from him, regarding diet, exercise, lifestyle changes and even conventional as well as complimentary medicines. In addition he has offered us other options, that although they may not have been the right fit for him, has been known to have helped others. Daryl knows full well that we each respond to different approaches and that it is important to find strategies that do fit into your life in order to adhere to your regime successfully; it is therefore important to consider all available choices to really find what works for us individually. Daryl never preaches or judges, proclaiming that his method is the perfect fit for the reader...instead he offers his own experience as an example of how one can tailor their own program to their needs. In this regard, the book is a practical and user-friendly guide to potential management paths for anyone living with MS. However, I will add that many of the strategies discussed could easily cross over to other chronic illnesses, and even healthy living, as its just good, sound advice!
But this book is more than a practical lifestyle guide. It is an uplifting, inspirational story. Daryl openly exposes the dark, early days of coming to terms with having MS. He courageously shares his climb to accept, adjust and move forward as a happy, healthy person living with MS. Its no easy task and, I imagine, difficult to share with total strangers. His willingness to do so however, will no doubt help so many who need to know that you can lead a wonderfully rich life with MS.
I've read many books on MS. I've found many written by medical professionals to often be one-sided and biased, or too "sterile" and technical. On the other hand, I simply can't relate to the celebrity accounts of life with MS...their lifestyle hardly compares to mine. It is refreshing to read the story of a "real-life" person...someone who has felt the pain and depression, who has had to figure out a new normal that would include a debilitating disease, who had to make that difficult internal decision "do I have what it takes to overcome this or do I succumb to it?", someone who took it upon himself to find the best treatment plan for him and is willing to share what he has learned with others.
Thank you Daryl for being so brave and selfless...
Thank you Daryl Bryant for writing this book and sharing it with so many of us living with MS. May God bless you!