Posts Tagged ‘chronic fatigue’

Progressive MS? or Progessively healing….

January 30, 2011

Update on my Pops… Today he celebrated his 55th birthday, so we decided to take some pictures of his hard & dedicated work. He is a shining example of how far “will power” and a good coach will bring you.


My Dad right after he was diagnosed with MS, back in 2006.

Five years ago, he was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and the doctors told him he would only get worse. All they could hope for was to “manage” his condition, not improve or cure it. Thankfully, he didn’t listen, didn’t take the drugs and didn’t give up.

Instead, he cleaned up his diet, eliminating almost all dairy, sugar, gluten, processed foods, pork and cheap animal proteins. These days, he eats mostly fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, nuts, and quality animal and other proteins. He also cleansed the toxins out of his system and recharged his immune system by taking minerals, essential fats, aloe vera and other crucial supplements, and having the mercury fillings removed from his mouth. Most importantly, he spends a considerable amount of time each day exercising and stretching, and rather than succumb to a wheelchair, he continues to walk with a cane. Rather than get worse, his gait has stabilized.

Since training with Results Fitness and following my health regimen, not only has he lost 70 pounds and regained muscle mass, his sleeping patterns have improved, his brain clarity has returned, he suffers from less inflammation, has less fatigue and more endurance. His emotional well being has also improved tremendously; his positive attitude has returned.
We both hope people who suffer from MS, Lyme Disease and other debilitating conditions can be inspired by his story.

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Fighting The MS War With Great Success!

January 20, 2009

As i have posted in previous blogs, my father was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis a year ago and he has decided to treat it like a bacterial infection of the Myelin Sheath (Multiple Spirochetosis) rather than listening to the explanation that his doctor gave of his body is attacking itself. My father has opted to take a more natural route (outside the doxycycline that we curve balled in and out of  his regime). So far so great, cross your fingers and knock on wood that he continues to dominate this bacterial/viral infestation of the Myelin sheath. Keep it up pops!A big thank you to my Uncle Mike for his expertise in Natural Medicine!

keiths-vitamins

Left to right, front row:
Ginkgo Biloba
Liquid B-12
Tincture of Teasel Root
Liquid Chlorophyll
Ginseng
Lion’s Mane (mental clarity)
Melatonin
Cell Food
L-Theanine
Red Marine Algae
W-Zymes (proteolytic enzymes)
Organic Spirulina
Complete B-Complex

Left to right, second row:
(top) Virastop
(bottom) daily multiple vitamin for men
Clarkia drops
Colloidal Silver
Grape Seed
Co-Q-10
St. John’s Wort
Cat’s Claw
Natural Garliic
(top) Glutathione
(bottom) Zyflamend (for inflammation)
(top) Methyl B-12
(bottom) Lethicin

Partial list in back row, let to right:
(top) Super Defense
(bottom) Ionic Fizz
Berry Green antioxidant powder
(top) Creatine
(bottom)All Natural Egg White Protein Powder
Liquid Calcium Magnesium

Not Included in photo:
Aloe Vera Juice
Acidolphillis
Doxycycline

“Extreme remedies are very appropriate for extreme diseases.”

“Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.”   Hippocrates- The Original Father Of Medicine

Vibration Training Can Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients!

January 2, 2009

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My dad was diagnosed with MS. Look at my father’s calf muscles. Do they look like they are in a state of atrophy?

Vibration training is great for people with:

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and more likely to break. If not prevented or if left untreated, osteoporosis can progress unnoticed until a bone fractures or breaks. Scientific research done by Russian Scientist, NASA and countless other scientific organizations has proven that bone density increases significantly (about 34%) under the influence of vibration training.

Arthritis and Rheumatism

Vibration training is proven to help increase blood circulation and dramatically improve flexibility and range of motion. Vibration training is a non-strenuous, low impact method of exercise that requires less time and achieves greater results than conventional training. Vibration training is the perfect tool for someone with physical limitations.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

Again Vibration training is proven to help increase blood circulation and dramatically improve flexibility and range of motion. Vibration training is a non-strenuous, low impact method of exercise that requires less time and achieves greater results than conventional training. Vibration training is the perfect tool for someone with physical limitations.

Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Parkinson’s

Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis are often unable to train normally because the body (i.e. The brain) is no longer capable of controlling the muscles properly. However, muscles are activated in an entirely different way while using vibration training because it causes a stretch reflex without conscious effort. These reflexes are possible because the actual disease affects the nervous system rather than the muscle tissue.  http://www.vibra-trim.net