You may find these alternative
sites interesting and informative. You can choose your own course of
therapy. If you are not involved in making the decisions of how you
are treating your Parkinson’s disease, you need to start getting
involved now. I know there are many of you out there that feel the same
way I do and are choosing not to start the traditional medication therapy
that has been a standard course of treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
It is not that I do not believe in the medications, I just feel strongly
that it is not the course of treatment for me at this time.
If you are on the traditional allopathic course for
the treatment of Parkinson’s you still owe it to yourself to investigate
everything you can about the new therapies and studies that are being
done to slow the progression of this disease down.
Things I am doing
Once I knew what was affecting my body, I immediately
began to research everything I could on how to help my body overcome
this disease. Including Nutrition, exercise, sweating out toxins and
massage therapy. I have enrolled in a Holistic college and am taking
classes in Holistic Nutrition Education.
The other things that I have done are adding Flax oil and cod liver
oil to my daily diet, along with Barley Grass, Wheat Grass and Chlorella.
It is my understanding that the brain is on fire (inflamed) when you
have PD and the flax and cod liver oil, along with super green foods
may help to put the flames out. The greens are supposed to be a good
detoxifier and cell builder as well.
to find out what I am currently doing to treat my Parkinson's Disease
and how effective it is.
Environmental elements may also affect PD patients.
I have decided to have my mercury amalgam fillings removed. I will keep
you updated on this process. I suggest you also do some research on
Environmental effects and Parkinson's disease.
It may surprise you how toxic these substances can
be to our body. Maybe this is why the first Neurologist looked in my
mouth and said, Mmmmm. He saw eight amalgam mercury fillings in my mouth.
For more information about mercury fillings go to:
Mercury fillings and
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