I have told you in previous posts about David Thompson, Bianca Molle, Howard Shifke and John Coleman, all of whom have completely recovered from Parkinson’s Disease. I have also written about John Pepper, the South African who has used a conscious walking program to completely neutralize his symptoms. Thanks to blog reader, Jimmy, I would like to share with you another success story, Colin Potter, who has used a combination of a ketogenic [high fat] diet, supplementation, detoxification and exercise to get off medication and completely neutralize the symptoms he was experiencing. He claims that he hasn’t fully recovered, but he no longer experiences any symptoms. His interview is well worth watching.
It occurred to me a few years ago that my goal isn’t to cure myself of Parkinson’s Disease. This is too daunting an endeavor; one better left to the medical folks. Rather, my goal is to recover my health by returning my body to homeostasis!
“Damn it!” I snapped.
“What’s the matter?” my concerned friend asked.
“I lost my balance and almost fell again!”
“Are you okay?”
Until now, because there are so many books and so much information available on the Internet, I haven’t felt the need to post a blog ‘about’ PD. Instead, I’ve focused on how to go about healing it naturally. However, given the feedback I’ve received and the questions I’ve been asked, it seems this would be helpful. So here goes!
Last week on Live with Kelly & Michael, the American morning television talk show, hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan interviewed (so called) dietary experts on healthy diets to kick start the new year. One particular. guest caught my attention … and not for a good reason.
- Eat healthy foods
- Heal all physical traumas to the body
- Let go of emotional pain
- Eliminate chronic day-to-day stress
I am a believer in the adage, everything happens for a reason, and as such, I believe it was my destiny to develop this neurological condition (the result of a mess up in my body chemistry), that the medical community has chosen to label as Parkinson’s Disease.