Week 45 (2013) – Questions And Answers
Health News (Week 45 – 2013)
By Robert Redfern
It is a shame I do not have a page where I can easily share all of the questions and the answers I give on a daily basis. I plan to build one soon but never seem to get the time. I have picked a few questions to give you some idea of the variation.
Have you ever heard of the above condition? I was just texting with my husband’s niece whose boyfriend has this and is in a pretty serious condition in the hospital. Here is part of what she told me:
“Normally people who have cardiac sarcoidosis find out via an autopsy. It’s affecting Keith’s blood which is the first documented case in the world….that’s why it’s been so difficult to treat. The doctors are playing a guessing game. I have checked into natural alternatives…but he is on so many medications that his doctors don’t want us exploring other options yet! He has terrible heart and lung complications that can be affected by everything he consumes.”
I know Amber is thirty and I think he is about the same age…just wondering if you may have any suggestions I could pass along if she is interested? At the moment I don’t think they have a whole lot to lose by at least exploring other options
! Hope all is well with you.
Sarcoidosis is an auto-immune disease in which inflammation normally occurs in the lymph nodes, lungs, liver, eyes, skin, or other tissues. His condition sounds more like Wegener’s Granulomatosis, which is similar to Sarcoidosis except it also has chronic inflammation in the blood.
Since the plan for most auto-immune diseases is the same, then the plan below plan for Sarcoidosis will deliver the same results. Sarcoidosis is slightly different in that Vitamin D3 cannot be included in the plan. The rest is the same. I cannot stress how critical it is to follow the diet and lifestyle in accurate detail.
Take good care Robert
Hope all is well. I was wondering — for the emphysema, is SerraEnzyme better or Serranol? The description for SerraEnzyme talks specifically about benefiting the lungs, the heart, etc.
Thank you very much.
Emphysema is a serious COPD lung health condition and I really do recommend the whole plan to ensure it is completely cleared and critically, that includes the diet.
Take good care
Since Blockbuster AllClear has Bacillus Coagulans 376,000,000 CFU do I still take my probiotics? I am also taking a Candida Formula and it looks like it may have similar ingredients. My digestive system and bowel movements are different almost every day and I didn’t want to make things worse.
Also, does Blockbuster AllClear help with dissolving gallbladder and kidney stones?
Yes the amount of probiotic in BlockBuster AllClear is just enough to help the action of the enzymes. Still take Prescript Assist, which is the most powerful probiotic available to help balance your candida.
Since I have been mostly interested in taking Serrapeptase to clear my carotid arteries (and they ARE clearing), I have not noticed anything up to this email about “your plan”.
Please tell me more about your plan or send me a link to it, so I might learn more!
By the way, the Serrapeptase seems to be diminishing my varicose veins, also.
Both my cardiologist and I are delighted. I have been taking 3 capsules of the Blockbuster AllClear since last July and a month before my carotid ultrasound, I began taking 4 capsules.
While I had mild plaque on last year’s ultrasound, this year he said it was “All Clear” …I am happy and continuing to take it to clear the varicosities further. Please advise re: your plan!
M.M, RN, BScN(Ed)
This is the full plan in the link but I am not sure you need it all. We can discuss in a ticket at the helpdesk.
Please get back to me anytime you need help at www.GoodHealthHelpDesk.com