Summary: Practice Metals Toxin Avoidance, The Water Cure, and Sauna Therapy Use amultimineral, alpha lipoic acid, acetyl-l carnitine, and medium to high dose vitamin C. Use 1 to 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil each day.Deparasitize then follow an antiviral regimen alternating with an antifungal regimen long term to see which works best.
Besides the glutathione-boosting effects of the recommended alpha lipoic acid, it helps removes toxic metals from the body as does The Water Cure and medium to high dose vitamin C, but the main benefit from the vitamin C is boosting glutathione levels. For the vitamin C, a good product would be NutriBiotic Hypo-Aller C, which contains per teaspoon 2.6g vitamin C, 350mg each calcium and magnesium, plus some zinc and potassium. If a vitamin C mineral supplement like this is used, a multimineral is not necessary. Use at least one teaspoon before bed and 1/4 tsp doses during the day.
Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) serving size should be around 250mg taken 2 to 4 times per day. Acetyl-l carnitine greatly improves the effects on repairing nerve and other tissue damage and works synergistically with ALA. Creatine may also help. There are now available a few ALA-carnitine combination supplements. These types are made to combat nerve degeneration and may help in disorders such as ALS, Alzheimer's, and MS.
Whey protein supplements are often recommended for muscle and nerve degeneration. Like vitamin C and alpha lipoic acid, whey boosts glutathione levels plus provides protein in the diet which helps the production of antiinflammatory hormones. The best whey product for the money is probably Designer Protein, but avoid artificial sweeteners by using only the French Vanilla or Plain flavors. A good snack can be made with a scoop or two in some pineapple juice with olive oil. Note that MSG can be used to create whey protein (see below) but good quality whey protein products do not contain it.
The Zone Diet should be followed as well as possible, consuming adequate protein and good oils while avoiding starches and sugars, while taking Eat Right 4 Your Type into consideration. For example, it is usually not beneficial for blood type O's to be vegetarians. They do best eating moderate amounts of animal protein (including 2-3 small servings of red meat per week) while blood type A's should follow a mostly vegetarian diet. All blood types should eat plenty of non-starchy vegetables.
For the Multimineral choose a 1:1 calcium magnesium like Now Full Spectrum Mineral (4 capsules before bed) or the Hypo-Aller-C. Do not use high dose C without using a multimineral and otherwise ensuring adequate mineral consumption. Avoid orange juice and bananas but pineapple juice is good for the potassium content. Use a multivitamin to ensure adequate levels of trace minerals if necessary. Severe magnesium deficiency may be responsible for many neurolgical disorders, so using a multimineral, or even just plain magnesium, may be crucial for success. Besides using supplements, epsom salts (also known as magnesium sulfate) in hot baths will improve magnesium stores. In cases where there is severe deficiency or an inability to absorb magnesium in the digestive tract, using epsom salt baths can be very helpful, as can magnesium used transdermally.
Before bed use a tablespoon of raw extra virgin olive oil with the minerals. Do not use extra virgin olive oil for cooking where it will be excessively heated (see Fats and Oils). If elimination is still slow or symptoms severe, also use olive oil during the day, 1 to 3 teaspoons with breakfast and lunch. If essential fatty acid deficiency is suspected, also use an EFA supplement like Jarrow Formula's Omega Balance and/or otherwise ensure EFA consumption by eating a few raw walnuts and almonds daily. Do not use an EFA supplement too high in GLA content. Using mixed tocopherols (1200IU per day) is recommended especially if the raw nuts are not used on a daily basis or the multivitamin does not contain it.
If there is any inflammation or pain, use an antiinflammatory like Now Bromelain or Enzymatic Therapy Megazymes in large amounts. Non-acidic enzymes such as these can be taken in whatever dosage is necessary to fight pain, up to two or three times or more recommended dosage.
Sauna therapy is used to clean out the muscles and other tissues of toxic metal and other deposits. This may be crucial to success, especially if one does not otherwise sweat a good deal. Exercising or working in warm weather to evoke profuse sweating is also effective if this is possible. Either way, ensure that there is adequate consumption of minerals and especially water when using sweat therapies.
If this regimen meets with initial success but then no longer appears to be effective, it may be necessary to add antiviral and antiparasitic regimens by using Eclectic Institute Intestinal Support and an olive leaf extract and/or oregano oil supplements to the regimen. After deparasitizing, it is possible to use high dose B12. Find a sublingual methylcobalamin B-12 of 1 to 5mg potency and use up to 20mg per day in divided doses. Do not use this huge dose of B-12 without ensuring at least 100% RDA folic acid (in a multivitamin).
If there are any liver problems indicated by upper back or shoulder pain, or undigested fats and oils, clean the liver.
L-theanine, an amino acid, helps prevent glutamate toxicity on the nervous system, as does the vitamin C, carnitine, ALA, and other supplements. The usual serving of L-theanine is 200-400mg taken before bed. It also causes relaxation and is an aid to relaxation. It can be added to the regimen if additional action is necessary or as needed.
Some people think that the excitotoxin MSG (monosodium glutamate) may play a role in some nervous system disorders such as MS and ALS. It is best to avoid it as much as possible. Read labels on foods to ensure that it is not contained. Note that whey protein is included in the regimen above since it is helpful to rebuild nerve (and muscle) damage, although if you see "whey protein" listed in the ingredients for a non-protein food, such as crackers, it may be a code name for MSG.
Rife Frequencies, Annotations, and Comments
Multiple_sclerosis_1 (use 5000 for 30min) - 5000, 4992, 23570.5, 3767, 3056.9, 2720, 2466.9, 2252.8, 2213, 2189, 2088.59, 1883, 1875, 1550, 1331, 880, 854, 840, 802, 787, 784, 728, 690, 660, 624, 620, 524, 470, 464, 430, 421, 317, 304.6, 275, 253, 241.68, 235, 224, 218, 166, 143, 80.9, 20
TrueRife - Selected frequency sets in F100 format with comments
#Multiple Sclerosis - Use of 5000 Hz for 30 minutes every other day, used the above Hep C protocol on alternate days. So one day 5000, next day Hep C_v One should start the 5000 at about 10 minutes and work up in time slowly watching for detox reactions.
#Hepatitis C - used by a Dr. in France to good effect.
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Caution: Some soft drinks may seriously harm your health
Expert links additive to cell damage
By Martin Hickman, Consumer Affairs Correspondent
Published:27 May 2007
A new health scare erupted over soft drinks last night amid evidence they may cause serious cell damage. Research from a British university suggests a common preservative found in drinks such as Fanta and Pepsi Max has the ability to switch off vital parts of DNA.
The problem - more usually associated with ageing and alcohol abuse - can eventually lead to cirrhosis of the liver and degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's.
The findings could have serious consequences for the hundreds of millions of people worldwide who consume fizzy drinks. They will also intensify the controversy about food additives, which have been linked to hyperactivity in children.
Concerns centre on the safety of E211, known as sodium benzoate, a preservative used for decades by the £74bn global carbonated drinks industry. Sodium benzoate derives from benzoic acid. It occurs naturally in berries, but is used in large quantities to prevent mould in soft drinks such as Sprite, Oasis and Dr Pepper. It is also added to pickles and sauces.
Sodium benzoate has already been the subject of concern about cancer because when mixed with the additive vitamin C in soft drinks, it causes benzene, a carcinogenic substance. A Food Standards Agency survey of benzene in drinks last year found high levels in four brands which were removed from sale.
Now, an expert in ageing at Sheffield University, who has been working on sodium benzoate since publishing a research paper in 1999, has decided to speak out about another danger. Professor Peter Piper, a professor of molecular biology and biotechnology, tested the impact of sodium benzoate on living yeast cells in his laboratory. What he found alarmed him: the benzoate was damaging an important area of DNA in the "power station" of cells known as the mitochondria.
He told The Independent on Sunday: "These chemicals have the ability to cause severe damage to DNA in the mitochondria to the point that they totally inactivate it: they knock it out altogether.
"The mitochondria consumes the oxygen to give you energy and if you damage it - as happens in a number if diseased states - then the cell starts to malfunction very seriously. And there is a whole array of diseases that are now being tied to damage to this DNA - Parkinson's and quite a lot of neuro-degenerative diseases, but above all the whole process of ageing."
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) backs the use of sodium benzoate in the UK and it has been approved by the European Union but last night, MPs called for it to investigate urgently.
Norman Baker, the Liberal Democrat chair of Parliament's all-party environment group said: "Many additives are relatively new and their long-term impact cannot be certain. This preservative clearly needs to be investigated further by the FSA."
A review of sodium benzoate by the World Health Organisation in 2000 concluded that it was safe, but it noted that the available science supporting its safety was "limited".
Professor Piper, whose work has been funded by a government research council, said tests conducted by the US Food and Drug Administration were out of date.
"The food industry will say these compounds have been tested and they are complete safe," he said. "By the criteria of modern safety testing, the safety tests were inadequate. Like all things, safety testing moves forward and you can conduct a much more rigorous safety test than you could 50 years ago."
He advised parents to think carefully about buying drinks with preservatives until the quantities in products were proved safe by new tests. "My concern is for children who are drinking large amounts," he said.
Coca-Cola and Britvic's Pepsi Max and Diet Pepsi all contain sodium benzoate. Their makers and the British Soft Drinks Association said they entrusted the safety of additives to the Government.