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Why Is There No Multiple Sclerosis At The Equator? How Brazilian Doctors Are Curing Ms With High-Dose D3 Paperback – November 17, 2013
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I used to successfully resolve a two year bout with painful plantar fasciitis. He does thorough research and provides lots of hidden information to help one make better informed medical decisions. Use at your own risk, but I find him brilliant.
I shared this book with a friend with MS (20 year duration) and she is making rapid progress. She has also found success with the
www.grounding.com products (sleeps with the orange "bracelets") sold on their site.
Since traditional medicine has little to offer the MS sufferer, its wise to try other things as well.
Many folks have also been helped with the Wet Cell, as explained in the readings of Edgar Cayce. www.edgarcayce.org
Another woman I know with MS has kept it at bay using quality aloe vera juice each day.
It seems to be some kind of autoimmune disease where keep inflammation down seems helpful. Avoiding sugar and flour and
other junk food...including diet drinks, could go a long way to restore balance to an "out of kilter" system.
I would recommend anyone with MS to widen their research base beyond the basics and give some of these
options a try.