My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 79 … Casey Kasem, Bob Hoskins and Knowlton Nash

casey kasemWhen someone famous dies while ‘battling’ a disease you too are experiencing, it is easy to be struck with fear and panic. You may be thinking, if somebody rich and famous, likely with access to the best medical care, can succumb to it, what are my chances?

Recently, British actor Bob Hoskins, best known for his role in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Casey Kasem, legendary American radio and television personality, and Knowlton Nash, longtime news anchor on CBC television in Canada, all passed away while experiencing Parkinson’s. It would be almost impossible not to be affected by the news of these passings, but remember this, none of these men died from Parkinson’s. They passed away because their bodies were out of balance [and in part because of old age … Hoskins was 71, Kasem was 82 and Nash was 86], not because of some ‘horrible’ disease.

This may sound like semantics, but it’s an important distinction. Parkinson’s is considered by the medical establishment to be an incurable disease and the more we reinforce this notion the more fear we create. The truth is, it is not incurable.  As I wrote in my last blog, there are documented cases of people who have overcome the condition and are living healthy, productive lives.

Parkinson’s Disease is simply a name given to a group of symptoms, including tremoring and loss of mobility and balance that affects millions of people all over the world. The reality is that the symptoms that characterize this condition are the result of a body that is toxic and out of balance due to a poor diet, chronic stress, unresolved emotional trauma and unhealed physical trauma.

Robert Rodgers writes in Road To Recovery From Parkinson’s Disease that when the body is out of balance it is trying to tell you that something is wrong. It is trying to tell you that it is acidic and full of inflammation and heavy metal toxins.  And it is trying to tell you that your digestive system is a mess and your immune system is weak.  And it is trying to tell you that your lymphatic system [the body’s sewer system] is clogged up.

Alkaline your body, get rid of the inflammation and heavy metal toxins, clean up your digestive system, strengthen your immune system and get your lymphatic fluids flowing freely, and you will heal whatever condition you are experiencing, including PD.

So if you hear a news report about another famous celebrity who has died while experiencing Parkinson’s, don’t be frightened. Continue to focus on detoxing and healing your body and you too can recover.

Have an awesomely determined day!


4 comments on “My Journey with Parkinson’s … A Natural Approach: Post 79 … Casey Kasem, Bob Hoskins and Knowlton Nash

  1. Hi Fred

    Thank you for your posts.

    What are you doing to heal? Do you see any healing? Are you taking sinemet?

    Thank you


    Sent from my iPad


    • Hi Barbara,

      I am not taking Sinemet or any other meds. I don’t think you need to when you understand the cause of PD [toxicity, fear and stress] and that its possible to overcome it.

      I’m on a very strict Ketogenic diet [high fat, low carb], plus I’m focusing on releasing fear, anger and emotional pain. I’m also doing body work through Body Stress Relief [Osteopathy or Reiki is a good alternative].

      I hope this helps.


  2. Hi Fred,
    I am wondering if you have tested your homocysteine level and researched on methylation because it has a lot to do with your brain health and PD. I am helping my husband who is showing early signs of PD. Have not bothered with a diagnosis because he knows what he feels in his body. So no matter what you want to call it, he has to address it all in the same matter. He too is doing the ketogenic diet, healing the gut, etc. I have found these two sites to start with as very helpful in learning the role of homocysteine and methylation and then from there you can research more. I hope this helps all your followers because it is very key to learn in healing.

    Healthy Healing,

    • Thank you so much for this information Lori. Very informative videos. I just read about methylation yesterday in Road to Recovery from Parkinson’s Disease by Robert Rodgers. It’s an important understanding to have and it never ceases to amaze me how the information I need to have comes to me at the right time.

      Best wishes to you and your husband. I hope he is doing well!

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