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My experience with Multiple Sclerosiis

What is MS? (MS Society)

Multiple sclerosis is a disease that impacts the brain and spinal cord which make up the central nervous system and controls everything we do. The exact cause of MS is unknown, but we do know that something triggers the immune system to attack the brain and spinal cord. The resulting damage to myelin, the protective layer insulating wire-like nerve fibers, disrupts signals to and from the brain. This interruption of communication signals causes unpredictable symptoms such as numbness, tingling, mood changes, memory problems, pain, fatigue, blindness and/or paralysis. Everyone’s experience with MS is different and these losses may be temporary or long lasting. That was a quote for the MS Society but it’s also what doctors tell you. I It’s not hereditary but there is a hereditary link.

I know what caused my MS and most of the other well know diseases. Its poor diet, environmental choices and tour thoughts and feeling. I have read over 300 hundred health books. Blogs pub med articles and YouTube videos now to come to my conclusions. This is confirmed by Dr Carolyn Dean in her book Death by Modern Medicine. In the book she provides proof that every disease has the same origin.

How were you diagnosed

In 1998 I had tingling down my left side like mild pins and needles. I diagnosed myself googling my symptoms. The doctor told me that my diagnosis was rubbish it was probably a trapped nerve and sent me off for an x-ray of my back, how would an x-ray find nerve damage beats me. It went away after a few weeks but then came back a month or 2 later down both legs and I had a mild MS hug (hyper sensitivity). I went back to the doctor. This time I was sent off for an MRI which clearly showed lesions in my spine and brain. MS was diagnosed. Lesions are the sign of myelin damage.

Categories of MS

Signs and symptoms

These can be many and varied. It is a very much misunderstood disease. My grandmother died of it she had ended up as a quadriplegic she’d had disseminated sclerosis which would now be called Primary Progressive PPMS. It could have been very frightening being given a diagnosis like this. But at the time I was able to ignore this, helped by my specialist who said it would probably not affect me for another 20 years. Not helpful at all as I should have been told to make diet and lifestyle changes. I realise now that I have regressed the fear of this diagnosis until now as a defence mechanism.

If you look at many MS symptoms they have a surprising similarity to symptoms of heavy metal poisoning and I’m really surprised the association is not widely known. In fact it has been document many times that MS symptoms can disappear with the removal of amalgam fillings which have a high mercury content.

I didn’t take MS too seriously until I lost the use of my legs in 2008, (directly after having a vaccine) being bed ridden is no fun finding yourself crawling to the bathroom was like climbing a mountain. You forget how we take for granted the simple things in life. I was brought back to health by a massive dose of steroids, you know the dose is excessive when a chemist has to phone the doctor before releasing the pills.

Diet

What is the best diet for any illness condition? Often people quote the Wahls Protocol or the Swank diet. We are all individuals what works best for one person could be disastrous for someone else. But what I describe as the EDIT diet should work best for everyone for any health issue, by this I have lost over 3 stone and reduced my dress size from a 16 going on 18 to a 10 going on 8. Basically this involved not watching the calories at all eating whatever I wanted providing that it was completely natural, grown in nature and not processed in any way, preferably organic. Any animal product has to be free range and not be produced by feeding any artificial diet so no farmed fish, grass fed meats only though that got too difficult and expensive so I went mainly vegetarian. Certainly no supermarket meats as these are mostly factory farmed so artificial diets and produced under stress, definitely no processed foods. No dairy, wheat, gluten or sugary products so basically back to a basics.

What your trying to achieve is your body being on the slightly alkaline side of PH neutral. Overnight when you sleep your body attempts to bring itself back to PH neutral so sleep is one of the best of nature’s healers.

My experience with MS

After my first diagnosis I had several small MS episodes, but despite this  was still ignoring MS until in 2014 when I was really tested. My partner of 12 years got arrested then jailed I was devastated and expected a stress MS attack. An attack like that in the past at this time was like having really bad pins and needles in every cell in your body, it’s a pure pain attack and there is just nothing you or anyone else can do you just have to wait it out sometimes for hours at a time. Luckily before this happened I had discovered the amazing impact of turmeric, which has a major anti-inflammatory affect. I breed horses and Divina one of my broodmare was 26 at that time, she’d had 16 foals and was looking stiff and struggling almost on her way out. I had started her on turmeric having read it was good for dogs. The effect was amazing she became like a 2 year old running around flirting with the boys again. So I started making and drinking turmeric golden milk and then taking it in tablet form. I have not had any form of MS attack since starting to take Turmeric and will forever be taking this as a supplement it’s just amazing. Luckily I have always had red hair as I’ve noticed with any horses I give it too in the end they all get a reddish tinge to their coat. Divina lived until the ripe old age of 33 still on her daily turmeric.

In 2015 I had been working as a SQL Server Contractor with my own business I used to always get renewals on my contracts but all of a sudden it was getting harder to get through interviews. No one tells you when you’re losing it. At this time I had my mother in a home with Alzheimer’s and her brother my Uncle Vic had just died of Parkinson’s. I thought this was it for me. Brain fog can be a major issue with MS and clearly I was at that stage.

I have absolutely no idea how I came across it but I found a book that started off my health journey.

Jeff T Bowles’s book THE MIRACULOUS RESULTS OF EXTREMELY HIGH DOSES OF THE SUNSHINE HORMONE VITAMIN D3 MY EXPERIMENT WITH HUGE DOSES OF D3 FROM 25,000 to 50,000 to 100,000 IU A Day OVER A 1 YEAR PERIOD.

Vitamin D3 made a massive difference to my health, almost all cells in the human body are impacted by Vitamin D.. Since reading Jeff’s book I have been on double the amount of D3 that Jeff was on at times and despite Doctors warning me I was killing myself, I am still around, A lab technician actually phoned me when she saw my test results to tell me to stop immediately. You just have to understand how to balance the D3 which is not actually a vitamin it is a secosteroid hormone and is a major player in human health. The recommended daily dose of vitamin D3 in the UK  is 5,000 IU’s but that is just the amount you actually need not to die from a deficiency so it’s grossly inaccurate as a daily recommended amount. I took 200,000 IU’s for about 2 weeks this actually less than half a teaspoonful in powder form. We have been deliberately misled on doses this amount I was on was the equivalent to being out in the sun at the equator for half an hour. You would burn obviously but it would not kill you. The unit of measure was changed early last century when it was realised the doctors and hospitals were getting too few patients after vitamin D was discovered. It can be very dangerous but only if you don’t know what your doing.

The reason I could take such a massive amount of Vitamin D3 and not completely remove all my symptoms or have any major adverse impact, I discovered was because of my heavy metal load. By this time I had already replaced all my mercury fillings but it wasn’t until I started taking zeolites as a heavy metal chelator that I realised that this was now my problem. From the time I started taking zeolite as a binder I noticed a massive shift in my mood it was like a revelation. I remember the first day after taking the supplement walking to the short distance into work and hearing a tune playing in a passing car and wanting to sing and dance into the office. One of those wow moments that I knew was important.

We often don’t know who we are as human beings and too often give our power away to others like doctors. We forget our bodies are amazing more powerful than any artificially created devices like computers or robots, we are still not able to create robots that can perform every motion that a human can, though we are getting close. Until recently we believed that our appendix for example was an unnecessary organ, only now to find its extremely important as a backup for the good bacteria our bodies need in our gut. In the past doctors told us to feed our babies formula as it had everything a baby needs. We were so arrogant as to think we knew better than nature which gave us breast milk created by nature over time from when humans first evolved. Breast milk contains the absolutely correct amount of nutrition and microbes to feed a new born optimally. We are still saying that a high protein is essential in our diets. If breast milk contains only 2% of the protein needed by humans as babies at the time they are developing at the maximum rate how true is it that we now need more than 2% in our diets?

As Humans we are incredibly intelligent beings.

It’s now widely understood that we use very little of our total brain’s capacity. Our conscious mind is actually very limited. It can only do so much without getting sidetracked. Just try meditating for a few minutes. Within a few seconds you’ll find your mind wandering to something else. Our conscious mind is only about 5 percent of our total intelligence and scientists are now suggesting that it might be even less than that.

The much greater part of your brain power lies within the subconscious mind. It’s like a human computer. It’s active ALL the time and actually records everything you experience. Every face you’ve ever seen, every beautiful thing in nature, every smell, every song, every sound, every memory. It also stores every illness, every injury, every thought and feeling, every painful moment, the entire history of every cell in your body is archived in the subconscious mind.

Your subconscious knows everything your body needs to achieve better health and balance but most people don’t know how to tap into this knowledge. Imagine if we had access to that other 95 percent.

We actually do.

Muscle testing AKA Applied Kinesiology is designed to bring subconscious information into conscious awareness. What if you could easily find out exactly what you needed in order to do better or feel better? Can you imagine what the potential impact would be on your emotional and physical wellbeing?

Are symptoms in your body are just your bodies way of telling you something is wrong? If you have a limbic system dysfunction symptoms could be misleading you and your doctor. When you have a headache do you first ask yourself have I drunk enough today or do you reach straight for the pills?

We are only just understanding that 90% of the human body is actually made up from microbes yet we happily go about using these endocrine disrupting products like anti bac’s not even aware that they are damaging.

On this blog there is a variety of information I have picked up over time but the main thing I know now is that we are all energy beings everything is about energy. I am now a trained Bioenergy healer. I’ve seen some amazing things using Bioenergy a profoundly deaf child throw away his hearing aids, seeing a mother in floods of happy tears when her autistic son looked into her eyes for the very first time. A woman with the distorted features of Parkinson’s on day one of her 4 days of short sessions, unable to walk without a walking frame, look totally normal after day 4 and forget the frame until reminded to collect it. I was able with the use of telekinesis move a person in another room with just my hand movements.

I also found a device that is exceptional at healing the body and mind it is called Trinfinity 8. I was introduced to it 4 years ago by a lady who’s sister at that time was diagnosed 8 years before with terminal cancer. That sister is now still active and fit after T8 treatments with no cancer. I used it to change the energy on my house and I ended up being able to sell it for way more than I could ever have imagined.  I use it on myself to do many things including reverse aging and reversed all the graying in my hair, I started going gray in my late 20’s. I used it as a remote session on a barren brood mare who took in foal the first time covered after theT8 sessions.

Most people are unaware of the other forms of healing out there which are not based on the Newtonian physics which our current medical system is based on. Most are far more up to date and open to new ways of thinking and working. What ended up being the NHS could have gone 2 ways in its foundation preventative medicine or management of symptoms, which is where we are now, call me cynical but there is no money in curing people.

One practice is Quantum medicine. Quantum physics is really opening up to new thinking just looking at the work of Dr Bruce Lipton. Who was ridiculed in the past for his work using Quantum Physics despite his pioneering research on cloned human stem cells he presaged today’s revolutionary new field of epigenetics. He is the bestselling author of The Biology of Belief. The truth of his work is now wildly accepted and praised. Bruce discovered that once genes have been expressed they can actually be switched off and that humans are not hostages to their genes. Bruce discovered that It is the environment that selects the genetic activity, which again endorses my research in that environment plays a massive part in ones’ health journey. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6438088/

Quantum medicine has come up with some fascinating discoveries the first quantum device that I have discovered and am using to great effect is a Quantum Magnetic Resonance Analyzer. This device was originally invented over 20 years ago in Germany but surprisingly has gained little traction. It’s a biofeedback device.

The QMRA device replaces the use of examination using chemical analysis, ultrasound, MRI or radiography for diagnosis. Simply taking a sensor in the palm of your hand, data on various health systems of the body are collected in a few minutes. The QMRA provides new advantages in the field of analysis. It measures the response of a subject to be tested, and compares results with the reference material, it recognizes any deviation from the desired response. It measures a response to over 39 functions of the human body. Including Heart, lung, Kidney, Liver functions as well as toxicity, antioxidant and vitamin levels. I’ve used it on about 30 individuals now and can confirm it has always picked up on known issues every time.

18 months ago I undertook a past life progression to clear the stuck energy from my past which was very liberating and am now trained to be able to do this on others. I was also really lucky enough to have a future life progression. At the time I was in shock for what came up. I thought no way what’s this all about I’m not sure I believed in it and didn’t think anyway that I could possibly be able to do it. What it came up with within 5 years was surprising to say the least but within 10 years is massive really unbelievable, I’ve yet to get my head around that.

With the sale of my house last November I am in the process of applying for planning permission to build my forever home which will be part of a holistic energy healing centre offering a hydrotherapy pool with Trinfinity 8 crystals infused into the water, with a far infrared and colour therapy sauna. If I have enough funds; there may be other treatments available and a meditation pod. The centre will be specialising in neurological conditions but will be open to all. Which was exactly what came up in my future life progression session. In the plans there may be 1 or 2 additional therapy rooms as I’m hoping that other holistic healing practitioners will join me. Maybe Ozone therapy as that is something I would like to see more widely available.

This August I completed an intense training course to learn applied kinesiology (use of muscle monitoring as a form of biofeedback), I passed the exam and a practical test but now I need to do some case studies to complete the course. This something I believe that everyone should learn and be taught in schools. You can gauge a true or false answer to any question that you ask about current and past events including is this food item good for me or will it damage me, just by using a quick muscle test. If you are skeptical about this read Power vs Force by Sir Dr David Hawkins or watch one of Donna Edens training videos she cured herself from a MS diagnosis and cancer as a young women and now at 79 (born 1943) she is still going strong teaching energy medicine all around the world.

If you encounter someone with MS in the Wirral there is a fantastic support centre in Chester called the Neuro Therapy Centre. This is a charity that provides support to people with long-term neurological conditions and their Carers. They have a Hypobaric Oxygen chamber which can help with energy levels. They were a great help to me for quite a number of years and highly recommend them for any support.

I can use my Trinfnity 8 on anyone in person or remotely, Kineseology or use Bioenergy treatments. Soon I will be to use Kinesiology to maybe identify the blocked energy channel in a person and clear the blockage through Trinfinity 8, Kineseology or Bioenergy who knows the world is my oyster.

In hindsight MS is the best thing that could ever have happened to me. It has shaped my life and has made me a better person for it. MS like any other diagnosis is just a label and as I know well from my research and experience labels can be ripped off.

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What caused your health issue updated

I’ve updated my Eureka moment article again, now after 5 years of research.

Everybody needs to take responsibility for their own health as we have been constantly misled by modern society and the modern systems. We have come to believe that doctors know everything, often they are are brilliant at what they do but all too often they opt for the prescription pad without considering a natural treatment. Also conventional medicine is based on the one size fits all approach. We are all individuals with different diets and lifestyles surely functional or holistic medicine must be the way forward.

We are all gradually damaging ourselves and conventional medicine is only geared at treating the symptoms and not resolving or preventing the cause . Over 3 years ago doctors were telling me to stop taking the massive doses of vitamin D3 I was taking, I was given several tests but they all came out as normal even the thyroid test despite the fact that I had lost all the hair on the edge of my eye brows a classic sign of a thyroid issue (Thyroid Healthy). I started on a natural thyroid supplement and my eye brows are back to normal. That seems to be the thing now you can carry on going to your doctor and getting a standard often inadequate test or you can do the research yourself. So far I have got far better results treating myself.

Here is why I believe you got your health problem and I got MS.

My conclusions about this are confirmed if you read Death by Modern Medicine: Seeking Safe Solutions: 3rd Edition

If you are overweight that is inflammation that is unhealthy you are damaging yourself, if you have any sort of health condition say Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Crones disease, Cancer, Heart issues etc.. that is caused by inflammation. If you keep forgetting things and getting Dementia type symptoms that is inflammation. If you have any health condition diagnosed or not that is probably inflammation.

So what causes inflammation?

Inflammation is caused by the expression of your genes.  Your heath starts at inception where 20% of your health becomes programmed by your genes 80% by your environment. OK that figure has been quoted in a number of publications and I can’t see how that ratio was arrived at, but go along with it as it’s probably close to the truth. Think of your genes being like keys on a giant keyboard and as you live your life your environment plays a tune with your genes switching them on and off, get your environment factors wrong and a bum note is played and the bad genes get the on key pressed. Play that wrong note too often and the keyboard gets out of tune your bad genes get switched maybe permanently on. Its been discovered recently that gene expression can be completely reversed, whereas previously we were all told that some diseases were totally incurable this has been disproved.

My explanation is obviously a very simplistic interpretation but hopefully it gives you the idea. This process to generate a health issue can take years which is why you or your doctors don’t recognise what the cause is, it may have taken anywhere from birth to your current age to form.

So what causes your Genes to be expressed?

Keep on playing the note wrong and the note can’t be pressed anymore it’s damaged it stays on and needs to be re tuned. You have ended up with a issue maybe a disease as your genes have been expressed. Your environment, living\working in a built up area*, your lifestyle, your eating choices, your geographic location, how much sun exposure you have (D3 levels), how much bad air you breath in, insufficient fresh natural air, textiles in your house, some modern materials**,  how much chemical exposure*** you are subject too and how much exercise you get plays the gene keyboard. Stress levels (A massive major player),  plus many many other things…. Basically you cause your own health problems by not providing the optimum environment for your body to thrive and play the correct tune.

*Traffic congestion increases vehicle emissions and degrades ambient air quality, and recent studies have shown excess morbidity and mortality for drivers, commuters and individuals living near major roadways

**Not all synthetic fabrics go straight into the “no” column, but some are more skin-friendly than others. Man-made fabrics—like polyester, nylon, and spandex—and wool may cause skin irritation, known as dermatitis Trusted Source. While most natural fabrics and nylon are breathable, silk and many synthetics are not, and wearing them can lead to athlete’s foot or other irritation or fungi due to trapped moisture. Check clothing tags for anything non-natural and bin it if it causes a rash.

**Asthma is associated with kids being exposed to cleaning products. 

Your body is a finely tuned complex organism designed to be given exactly what it needs to stay healthy and is able to eliminate foods/toxins it doesn’t find optimal for your health  This is why you throw up after ingesting a bad meal. Its also why it stores away food away when it’s not recognised so you build up fat stores. If you eat a health diet  you will naturally not be storing fat, as long as you’re not habitually over eating.

It’s not really that simple!

Unfortunately our modern lifestyles and diet causes amongst other things some of the poor environmental factors. Your body cannot recognise foods that are processed they often have dangerous fats, they are missing vital minerals, or the minerals have been corrupted. Processing extracts minerals from foods or at least changes the constitution of minerals so your body does not recognise them, so your not getting the nutrients your body needs. This all leads to your body storing fat as it thinks your starving its why you can’t shed that weight. Genes will end up getting expressed and you will become ill. It all takes a long time building so you aren’t going to notice the inflammation response building up, that is why you still go on doing the things that are damaging you.

The processed food industry knows all about this yet they do nothing about it except package more processed foods under new ‘healthy’ labels, though it’s still the bad stuff but more attractively packaged you only have to read the labels properly to discover this for yourselves.

But that’s not all, the thing/s that actually controls the whole process is our microbiota. Increasingly, biologists have come to appreciate that microbes make up an important part of our health. Humans are 90% microbes read on…

What set off your immune response?

When I say above that your body cannot recognise processed foods it’s really your microbes that you are confusing. If your Microbes don’t recognise something they may treat it as a threat and try to eliminate it, who knows how your genes will be responding to something that they don’t recognise, they may cause a rash to form, they may cause you to be sick to get rid of what they don’t like, they may cause a serious illness. The reaction will probably be different in each of us we are all unique. So you need to make the right environmental choices mainly but not only with your diet, basically if you want to stay healthy you need to look after your microbiota your own internal community. If you eat a lot of the bad foods you are feeding the bad microbes they will crowd out the good microbes and cause issues. Sugar feeds the bad  microbes.

Maybe they will cause a food sensitivity like Gluten or Wheat intolerance or you already have this sensitivity and don’t realise it, we are not all the same it may manifest itself differently in different people who knows. The first thing to think about is your gut health, if you are not having a bowel movement 2 or 3 times a day you have an issue. You should be having one bowel movement for every big meal you had the day before.

Take control you are the worlds greatest expert on you. Maybe the microbes will cause a child to get acne but maybe in the case of a very young child the lack of the correct microbes will develop into autism – as an aside here the latest research seems to prove this – over use of antibiotics in very young and infants has been proven to cause autism. Tough autism has also been associated with vaccines. If you were born by cesarean section and not breast fed you will be at greater risk, as natural birth ensures the infant inherits the optimum microbes from their mother. If you take broad spectrum antibiotics you will be killing the good as well as the bad microbes you are probably doing just as much bad as good.

Too much sugar will grow your colony of bad microbes you will be feeding the inflammation that will cause elevated blood sugar levels – Diabetes. The added sugar that all processed foods seem to have is dangerous and highly addictive if you can’t get rid of body fat its because your building up the inflammation by eating the wrong diet. With processed food full of sugar each mouthful is feeding the inflammation response in your gut microbes. Sugar is just one factor there are quite a number of potential inflammatory things but we are all different and it’s not always going to be obvious, it could be Gluten or Wheat or Dairy it could be that you live close to roads and a breathing in exhaust fumes it could be that you are a heavy user of cleaning products and are breathing in the fumes, it could be the air freshener that your are breathing in. You could be killing your good bacteria by using anti bacterial products in your home killing microbes so causing your children not to build up any natural immunity to good bacteria so thus getting allergies or asthma it could literally be anything in this modern society. People in the past did not have the modern day diseases that we are all getting. We are causing our own health problems by living in this modern world and we have to start making changes ourselves or we will just be adding another person to the increasing health problem. Stop treating all germs and bacteria as a problem some are really good friends to you.

You need to discover what sets off any immune response in your body by gradually working through your diet and lifestyle and making changes.

What you can do…..

No supermarket meats unless they are organic grass fed, they are damaging as they fast grow animals, sometimes using antibiotics though banned in the UK they can still be in the food chain from muck spreading as fertilizer and the source of the processed foods may be from a country that has less stringent rules on production . Meat if used in your diet should contribute only 5% of your plate. Eat only grass fed meats preferably organic. Know where your meat comes from. A totally natural diet gives the animal the natural balance of omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, so you’ll be taking in the right balance from that part of your diet. Omega fats are a vital but only in the natural balance.

Autism has been seen to be as a result of heavy metals in vaccines start looking at detox products like Advanced TRS, or Pure Body extra strength   You could also look up the work of Dr Jennifer Daniels and the turpentine cure.

No vaccines full stop, do your research they have never been proven to work despite what you’ve been told, it’s been well proven  that giving a child the MMR vaccine at too young an age causes autism. If this has happened to your child see above. The hidden amount of damage from the latest round of COVID vaccines over 24,000 reported deaths so far apparently, look at the VARS database freely available to download.

No processed foods or foods where you can’t clearly understand the ingredients on the label.

No deodorant that has aluminium in the contents. Too much aluminium has been found in the brains of Alzheimer patients. In fact make your own so you know whats in it.

No cooking with Aluminium pans or tin foil.

Introduce more relation time yoga, Pilates, mindfulness, breathing exercises etc…

No toothpastes with fluoride in the contents look up the harm it can do read this is a post.

No antibiotics unless in desperate need and if used followed up by a quality recommended course of pre and pro-biotics. I find a good source of supplements to be Amazon by reading the reviews, as long as there are sufficient reviews to give you an indication of whether it is a quality product, it’s the easiest way to get supplements and probably cheaper than health stores as you can also shop around on price. No binders, fillers or GMO. Preferable natural organic natural source.

No antibacterial cleaning products your killing the good guys. Watch out for cleaning products especially if you find you have a wheat or gluten intolerance as these guys are often in many non food products and listed under different names.

Eliminate stress as much as possible or at least manage it better.

Take quality supplements vitamins and minerals. I find turmeric is a fantastic natural anti-inflammatory only buy organic too many bad brands out there.

Get good quality sleep if you are struggling in this are use quality natural supplements do some research in this area one major reason might be is that you are short on magnesium a major factor for most  people are deficient due to modern farming methods read this book:-

Make an effect to detox on a regular basis. If you have been getting vaccines then start taking some kind of heavy metal detox product. Same as if you have any amalgam fillings you will have mercury exposure which might have caused your issue in the first place. Get rid of your amalgam fillings using a suitably qualified dentist who knows the dangers of mercury.

Lower your alcohol consumption it affects you sleep amongst other things, sleep is one of the most important things for your health.

Stop all our electrical devices in your room for sleep and don’t have them in your room whilst you sleep stop your WiFi connection overnight.

No pharmaceutical products drugs mask symptoms and leech magnesium Your body gives you the symptom to inform you that something is wrong listen too it and research for a natural treatment to support you. Most symptoms will benefit from a high dose vitamin D3 regime.

Vitamin D screening assay is readily available, but the reported lower limit of the normal range. Note the normal range is the range needed not to die so very inappropriate as a measure.

Get your D3 blood level tested and start supplementing if your results show you under the current recommended optimal vitamin D level of  50-70 ng/ml. This amount is totally inadequate for disease prevention. Based on the epidemiological studies, approximately 75% of all adults worldwide have serum 25(OH)D levels of <30 ng/mL.  Though if you are treating cancer or heart disease, you should try to get the level as high as 70-100 ng/ml. If you live in the UK then supplement up to 30,000 IU’s a day for an adult. The D3 supplement will mention don’t go over a much lower amount don’t worry it wont kill you. If you go over 30,000 IU’s add K2 to your supplements to prevent hyper-calcification.

Read the book from Jeff T Bowles about his self experiment with D3 and follow his advice in the book. A D3 blood test is a critical test that your doctor is very probably ignoring. I myself have supplemented 100,000 IU’s a day for a month and then 200,000 IU’s a day for a few days and I’m still around but currently now on 70,000 a day. You could try to follow the Coimbra Protocol.  Dr Coimbra is a Neurologist from Brazil who is reversing MS symptoms he has had a 95% success rate on over 25,000 patients and totally curing Crones disease and other diseases with high dose D3, Unfortunately as I live in the UK we have no doctors following this protocol so I am doing high dose D3 without a doctors guidance. What Dr Coimbra misses is that many people have failures with his protocol due to heavy metal poisoning, if fact heavy metal poisoning may give you the exact same symptoms as having Multiple Sclerosis.

As an aside you could follow the Facebook group Personalized Vitamin D3 For MS With Michael Cawley As he personalises treatment with supplements very successfully.

Watch out for nano particles the are in the food chain now and in vaccines they won’t be on labels as they are unregulated seek out organic or home grow if possible.

No farmed fish products – wild caught Atlantic fish seem to be the least polluted but there is no guarantee so only eat once a week. Farmed fish are fed grains and not being a natural diet it affects the fish in a detrimental way, so it will have a detrimental affect on you.

Watch out if you are taking fish oil supplements our seas our now so polluted look st the evidence to ensure the supplement is free from contaminants.

Eliminate products with added sugar. The latest research on Alzheimer’s labels it as type 3 diabetes so keep on eating and drinking sugary products you know where you’ll be heading.

Always filter tap water researchers found adults with high levels of dichlorophenol – a chemical by-product of chlorine – in their urine, were up to 80 per cent more likely to have a food allergy see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2242094/Chlorine-tap-water-linked-increase-number-people-developing-food-allergies.html

There are a million and one things that can be added to this list but you must make and own food decisions for your own health journey.

Food is not enough now, as our soils are so deficient you will need to supplement. Most important is magnesium, Omega 3, Vitamin C, E, Zinc, Selenium, D3, K2 and the full spectrum of B vitamins make sure B12 is in there, B12 deficiency can lead to dementia like symptoms, and will lead to dementia if not addressed.

There is a great book that looks at our bacteria from birth and what manipulates our development thereafter. It explains in great simplistic detail what’s happening in your microbiota.

Can inflammation be reversed once its manifested into a disease?

Yes definitely but it depends many things can be reversed you only need to look at YouTube you’ll find videos of individuals who have cured themselves from cancer by dietary changes. Dr Terry Wahls reversed many of her Secondary Progressive MS symptoms through the Paleo Diet. I’m reversing my MS symptoms through D3 supplementation and diet changes but then again it depends we are all different and you need to be very disciplined in your approach, but anything is possible and the research is out there if you go looking. Healing is a marathon not a sprint.

Remember there is no such thing as an incurable disease and I believe it is criminal to say a health condition is incurable as the placebo effect has a massive role to play in your health if you think your not going to get better every little worsening change to a symptom will focus your attention on getting worse not better STOP believing in getting worse focus totally on getting better.

What caused your health issue?

I’ve updated my Eureka moment article again, after 36 months of research.

Everybody needs to take responsibility for their own health as we have been constantly misled by modern society and the modern systems. We have come to believe that doctors know everything, often they are are brilliant at what they do but all too often they opt for the prescription pad without considering a natural treatment. Also conventional medicine is based on the one size fits all approach. We are all individuals with different diets and lifestyles surely functional medicine must be the way forward.

We are all gradually damaging ourselves and conventional medicine is only geared at treating the symptoms and not resolving or preventing the cause . Over 18 months ago doctors were telling me to stop taking the massive doses of vitamin D3 I was taking, I was given several tests but they all came out as normal even the thyroid test despite the fact that I had lost all the hair on the edge of my eye brows a classic sign of a thyroid issue (Thyroid Healthy). I started on a natural thyroid supplement and my eye brows are back to normal. That seems to be the thing now you can carry on going to your doctor and getting a standard often inadequate test or you can do the research yourself. So far I have got far better results treating myself.

Here is why I believe you got your health problem and I got MS.

If you are overweight that is inflammation that is unhealthy you are damaging yourself, if you have any sort of health condition say Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Crones disease, Heart issues etc.. that is caused by inflammation. If you keep forgetting things and getting Dementia type symptoms that is inflammation. If you have any health condition diagnosed or not that is probably inflammation.

So what causes inflammation?

Inflammation is caused by the expression of your genes.  Your heath starts at inception where 20% of your health becomes programmed by your genes 80% by your environment. OK that figure has been quoted in a number of publications and I can’t see how that ratio was arrived at but go along with it as it’s probably close to the truth. Think of your genes being like keys on a giant keyboard and as you live your life your environment plays a tune with your genes switching them on and off, get your environment factors wrong and a bum note is played and the bad genes get the on key pressed. Play that wrong note too often and the keyboard gets out of tune your bad genes get switched maybe permanently on. This is obviously a very simplistic interpretation but hopefully it gives you the idea. This process can takes years which is why you or your doctors don’t recognise what the cause is, it may have taken anywhere for 1 – 50 years to form.

So what causes your Genes to be expressed?

Keep on playing the note wrong and the note can’t be pressed anymore it’s damaged it stays on and needs to be re tuned. You have ended up with a issue maybe a disease as your genes have been expressed. Your environment, living\working in a built up area*, your lifestyle, your eating choices, your geographic location, how much sun exposure you have (D3 levels), how much bad air you breath in, insufficient fresh natural air, textiles in your house, some modern materials**,  how much chemical exposure*** you are subject too and how much exercise you get plays the gene keyboard. Plus many many other things…. Basically you cause your own health problems by not providing the optimum environment for your body to thrive and play the correct tune.

*Traffic congestion increases vehicle emissions and degrades ambient air quality, and recent studies have shown excess morbidity and mortality for drivers, commuters and individuals living near major roadways

**Not all synthetic fabrics go straight into the “no” column, but some are more skin-friendly than others. Man-made fabrics—like polyester, nylon, and spandex—and wool may cause skin irritation, known as dermatitis Trusted Source. While most natural fabrics and nylon are breathable, silk and many synthetics are not, and wearing them can lead to athlete’s foot or other irritation or fungi due to trapped moisture. Check clothing tags for anything non-natural and bin it if it causes a rash.

**Asthma is associated with kids being exposed to cleaning products. Not all synthetic fabrics go straight into the “no” column, but some are more skin-friendly than others. Man-made fabrics—like polyester, nylon, and spandex—and wool may cause skin irritation, known as dermatitis Trusted Source. While most natural fabrics and nylon are breathable, silk and many synthetics are not, and wearing them can lead to athlete’s foot or other irritation or fungi due to trapped moisture. Check clothing tags for anything non-natural and nix it if it causes a rash.

It’s not really that simple!

Unfortunately our modern lifestyles and diet causes amongst other things some of the poor environmental factors. Your body cannot recognise foods that are processed they often have dangerous fats, they are missing vital minerals, or the minerals have been corrupted. Processing extracts minerals from foods or at least changes the constitution of minerals so your body does not recognise them, so your not getting the nutrients your body needs. This all leads to your body storing fat as it thinks your starving its why you can’t shed that weight. Genes will end up getting expressed and you will become ill. It all takes a long time building so you aren’t going to notice the inflammation response building up, that is why you still go on doing the things that are damaging you.

The processed food industry knows all about this yet they do nothing about it except package more processed foods under new ‘healthy’ labels, though it’s still the bad stuff but more attractively packaged you only have to read the labels properly to discover this for yourselves.

But that’s not all, the thing/s that actually controls the whole process is our microbiota. Increasingly, biologists have come to appreciate that microbes make up an important part of our health.

What set off your immune response?

When I say above that your body cannot recognise processed foods it’s really your microbes that you are confusing. If your Microbes don’t recognise something they may treat it as a threat and try to eliminate it, who knows how your genes will be responding to something that they don’t recognise, they may cause a rash to form, they may cause you to be sick to get rid of what they don’t like, they may cause a serious illness. The reaction will probably be different in each of us we are all unique. So you need to make the right environmental choices mainly but not only with your diet, basically if you want to stay healthy you need to look after your microbiota your own internal community. If you eat a lot of the bad foods you are feeding the bad microbes they will crowd out the good microbes and cause issues. Maybe they will cause a food sensitivity like Gluten or Wheat intolerance or you already have this sensitivity and don’t realise it, we are not all the same it may manifest itself differently in different people who knows. The first thing to think about is your gut health, if you are not having a bowel movement 2 or 3 times a day you have an issue. You should be having one bowel movement for every big meal you had the day before.

Take control you are the worlds greatest expert on you. Maybe the microbes will cause a child to get acne but maybe in the case of a very young child the lack of the correct microbes will develop into autism – as an aside here the latest research seems to prove this – over use of antibiotics in very young and infants has been proved to cause autism. If you were born by cesarean and not breast fed you will be at greater risk, as natural birth ensures the infant inherits the optimum microbes from their mother. If you take broad spectrum antibiotics you will be killing the good as well as the bad microbes you are probably doing just as much bad as good.

Too much sugar will grow your colony of bad microbes you will be feeding the inflammation that will cause elevated blood sugar levels – Diabetes. The added sugar that all processed foods seem to have is dangerous and highly addictive if you can’t get rid of body fat its because your building up the inflammation by eating the wrong diet. With processed food full of sugar each mouthful is feeding the inflammation response in your gut microbes. Sugar is just one factor there are quite a number of potential inflammatory things but we are all different and it’s not always going to be obvious, it could be Gluten or Wheat or Dairy it could be that you live close to roads and a breathing in exhaust fumes it could be that you are a heavy user of cleaning products and are breathing in the fumes, it could be the air freshener that your are breathing in. You could be killing your good bacteria by using anti bacterial products in your home killing microbes so causing your children not to build up any natural immunity to good bacteria so thus getting allergies or asthma it could literally be anything in this modern society. People in the past did not have the modern day diseases that we are all getting. We are causing our own health problems by living in this modern world and we have to start making changes ourselves or we will just be adding another person to the increasing health problem. Stop treating all germs and bacteria as a problem some are really good friends to you.

You need to discover what sets off any immune response in your body by gradually working through your diet and lifestyle and making changes.

What you can do…..

No supermarket meats unless they are organic grass fed, they are damaging as they fast grow animals, sometimes using antibiotics though banned in the UK they can still be in the food chain from muck spreading as fertiliser and the source of the processed foods may be from a country that has less stringent rules on production .

Supermarket meats are using animals that have been mass produced and feds grains to increase the size of the animal, note if the animal was getting fatter, eating that animal will make you fatter. Eat only grass fed meats preferably organic. Know where your meat comes from. A totally natural diet gives the animal the natural balance of omega 3 to 6 fatty acids, so you’ll be taking in the right balance from that part of your diet. These fats are a vital part of your diet.

No processed foods or foods where you can’t clearly understand the ingredients on the label.

No antibiotics unless in desperate need and if used followed up by a quality recommended course of pre and pro-biotics. I find a good source of supplements to be Amazon by reading the reviews, as long as there are sufficient reviews to give you an indication of whether it is a quality product, it’s the easiest way to get supplements and probably cheaper than health stores as you can also shop around on price.

No antibacterial cleaning products your killing the good guys. Watch out for cleaning products especially if you find you have a wheat or gluten intolerance as these guys are often in many non food products and listed under different names.

Eliminate stress as much as possible or at least manage it better

Make an effect to detox on a regular basis. If you have been getting vaccines then start taking some kind of heavy metal detox product. Same as if you have any amalgam fillings you could have mercury exposure.

Get as much sleep as you can.

Get your D3 blood level tested and start supplementing if your results show you under the current recommended optimal vitamin D level of  50-70 ng/ml. Though if you are treating cancer or heart disease, you should try to get the level as high as 70-100 ng/ml. If you live in the UK then supplement up to 30,000 IU’s a day for an adult. The D3 supplement will mention don’t go over a much lower amount don’t worry it wont kill you. If you go over 30,000 IU’s add K2 to your supplements to prevent hypercalcification. Read the book from Jeff T Bowles about his self experiment with D3 and follow his advice in the book. A D3 blood test is a critical test that your doctor is very probably ignoring. I myself have supplemented 100,000 IU’s a day for a month and then 200,000 IU’s a day for a few days and I’m still around but currently now on 80,000 a day. I would like to follow the Coimbra Protocol.  Dr Coimbra is a Neurologist from Brazil who is reversing MS symptoms he has had a 95% success rate on over 25,000 patients and totally curing Crones disease and other diseases with high dose D3, Unfortunately as I live in the UK we have no doctors following this protocol so I am doing high dose D3 without a doctors guidance.

AS an aside you could follow the Facebook group Personalized Vitamin D3 For MS With Michael Cawley As he personalises treatment with supplements very successfully.

No farmed fish products – wild caught Atlantic fish seem to be the least polluted but there is no guarantee so only eat once a week. Farmed fish are fed grains and not being a natural diet it affects the fish in a detrimental way, so it will have a detrimental affect on you.

Eliminate products with added sugar. The latest research on Alzheimer’s labels it as type 3 diabetes so keep on eating and drinking sugary products you know where you’ll be heading.

Always filter tap water researchers found adults with high levels of dichlorophenol – a chemical by-product of chlorine – in their urine, were up to 80 per cent more likely to have a food allergy see http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2242094/Chlorine-tap-water-linked-increase-number-people-developing-food-allergies.html

There are a million and one things that can be added to this list but you must make and own food decisions for your own health journey.

There is a great book that looks at our bacteria from birth and what manipulates our development thereafter. It explains in great simplistic detail what’s happening in your microbiota.

Can inflammation be reversed once its manifested into a disease?

Yes definitely but it depends many things can be reversed you only need to look at YouTube you’ll find videos of individuals who have cured themselves from cancer by dietary changes. Dr Terry Wahls reversed many of her Secondary Progressive MS symptoms through the Paleo Diet. I’m reversing my MS symptoms through D3 supplementation and diet changes but then again it depends we are all different and you need to be very disciplined in your approach, but anything is possible and the research is out there if you go looking.

Remember there is no such thing as an incurable disease and I believe it is criminal to say a health condition is incurable as the placebo effect has a massive role to play in your health if you think your not going to get better every little worsening change to a symptom will focus your attention on getting worse not better STOP believing in getting worse focus totally on getting better.

Why isn’t a D3 blood test a standard for Multiple Sclerosis?

Interesting paper in Pub Med well yet another one anyway that confirms what I know already that the better your vitamin D level is the more likely you are to staunch the progression of relapsing remitting Multiple Sclerosis. Come on NHS keep up this was a paper from November 2016. Why isn’t a D3 blood test a standard for MS patients?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26598277

 2016 Nov;164:254-257. doi: 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2015.11.009. Epub 2015 Nov 17.

A low vitamin D status at diagnosis is associated with an early conversion to secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.

Author information

  1. School for Mental Health and Neuroscience, Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, The Netherlands; Academic MS Center Limburg, Zuyderland Medical Center, Sittard, The Netherlands. Electronic address: a.muris@maastrichtuniversity.nl.
  2. School for Mental Health and Neuroscience, Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, The Netherlands; Academic MS Center Limburg, Zuyderland Medical Center, Sittard, The Netherlands.
  3. Clinical Chemistry, Zuyderland Medical Center, Sittard, The Netherlands.
  4. Central Diagnostic Laboratory, Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, The Netherlands.Academic MS Center Limburg, Zuyderland Medical Center, Sittard, The Netherlands; Department of Neurology,
  5. Canisius Wilhelmina Hospital, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Abstract

Low circulating 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels have been associated with an increased risk of relapses in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), but an association with disability progression is uncertain. Lower 25(OH)D levels are found in secondary progressive MS (SPMS) when compared to RRMS. We hypothesized that a poor vitamin D status in RRMS is associated with an increased risk of conversion to SPMS. In a retrospective longitudinal study we measured 25(OH)D levels at the start of a 3-year follow-up, and analyzed whether these levels predict the risk of RRMS to SPMS conversion. In 338 RRMS patients, vitamin D status did not predict the 3-year risk of conversion to SPMS (n=51; OR 0.970; p=0.65). However, in diagnostic blood samples of SPMS patients with a relatively short RRMS duration (n=19) 25(OH)D levels were significantly lower (38nmol/L; Q1-Q3: 24-50) than in diagnostic samples of matched RRMS patients with no progression to SPMS ((n=38; 55nmol/L; Q1-Q3: 40-70) (p<0.01). These data indicate an association between a low vitamin D status at the start of RRMS and the early conversion to SPMS. Therefore, time to SPMS conversion is of interest as clinical measure in (follow-up of) clinical vitamin D supplementation studies.

Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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The Truth about Vitamins

Runtime: 86m 26s | Release date: 2016

This film features: Dr. Andrew Saul, Dr. Joseph Mercola.

With prescription medications now in the top ten killers of Americans, taking more lives than illegal drugs and more lives than car accidents, this timely documentary shows that there is a safer, more effective and cheaper way to tackle illness. It reveals a ‘hidden’ 65-year history demonstrating that vitamins and other supplements work. From Mexico to Toronto, from Oslo to Tokyo, over 20 of the world’s leading nutritional experts (including many physicians) give plain and simple advice which they believe will help us live longer, feel better, and cut worldwide health budgets by billions.

Featuring:
Andrew W. Saul
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Sayer Ji
John Mosher
Helen Saul Case
Erin Elisabeth
Kelly Brogan, MD
Derrick de Silva, MD
Philip Day
David Brownstein, MD
James Lunney, MP
Tom Levy, MD, JD
Atsua Yanagisawa, MD
Roberto Ortiz
Bo Jonsson, MD, PhD
Michael Gonzalez, DSc, NMD, PhD, FACN
Dr. Jorge Miranda Massari
Hyla Cass, MD
Dr. Garry Vickar
John Hoffer, MD, PhD
Jonathan Prousky, ND
Ron Hunninghake, MD

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis – Vitamin D

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Published on Apr 1, 2015

OMS is a positive lifestyle program that aims to help people live long, healthy lives without the usual problems associated with Multiple Sclerosis. OMS is based on rigorous scientific research. For more detail about the OMS program, see http://www.overcomingms.org and Professor George Jelinek’s book, ‘Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis’.

Interview with Dr Coimbra, whole interview in english

By Dr. Francisco Calvo,

Clinic for Autoimmune and Chronic

Diseases, Spain

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Published on 7 Mar 2016

Interview with Dr Cicero Galli Coimbra
by Dr Francisco Calvo
in English

Videos of D3 success stories

Video success stories of vitamin D

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Dr. Cicero G. Coimbra’s Vitamin D Protocol for Multiple Sclerosis

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A Message to Grassroots Health Participants from Dr. Coimbra Video Date: February 28, 2016 Over 4,000 MS patients treated now all in remission. Come on Doctors only 27 doctors around the world following this successful treatment don’t let Big Parma stop you!

 

MS Treatment Video by Dr. Coimbra – 95 percent of auto-immune cured with vitamin D in high doses – April 2014

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English subtitles but well worth reading, If only we could find an enlightened doctor in the UK who would follow this protocol. 2014 article 2.500 patients treated 95% success rate many more now.

Great info on many Facebook groups that can help you if you want to start on D3.

English transcript:-

Clinical interventions have shown that Vitamin D can prevent, treat, and even cure Multiple Sclerosis, at a tiny fraction of the cost of the drugs now used to treat it, and without side effects.

Summary: lack of consensus on how much to prevent, treat, or cure MS

  • How much Vitamin D to prevent many diseases – such as MS
  • How much Vitamin D is needed to treat MS? There is currently no agreement
    The recommendations range from 40 to 100 ng – which can result of a dose ranging from 3,000 to 20,000 IU/day
  • How Vitamin D is needed to Cure MS?: It appears that 20,000-140,000 IU daily may be needed to CURE the disease
    You must be under the supervision of a doctor who knows what to watch for in your individual situation.
    High doses of Vitamin D cannot be used as a monotherapy.
    You will need to adjust the cofactors: Typically increasing Magnesium and Vitamin K2, and reducing Calcium intake.
    Your doctor will monitor these and might increase your intake of Vitamins B2, C, as well as Omega-3

A few highlights of the video by VitaminDWiki

  • Use Physiologic dose, similar to the 10,000 units of being out in the sun for a while
  • Vitamin D modifies the operation of about 4,500 genes
  • Complete control (cure) in 95% of patients with MS and many other auto-immune diseases (TH17)
  • Trying to understand why 5% are only partially helped. Smoking?
  • Dose size is highly patient specific: treatment ranges from 30,000 to >100,000 IU daily
  • They have treated more than 2,500 MS patients
  • They do not know how long to keep the person on high dose vitamin D
  • He has his patients stop all dairy product and drink at least 2.5 liters of water a day
  • He will never do a double-blind, randomized and placebo (clinical trial) using vitamin D – needs to be tuned for each patient
  • He mentions success with a great many other diseases – many are bolded
  • He Believes some diseases are trggered by emotional factors
  • They do not know whether daily, weekly, and monthly doses work equally:they use daily doses to avoid large variability of blood levels
  • Daily doses of vitamin D are increased until PTH reaches the lower normal range.
  • His daughter has taken 10,000 units of vitamin D per day for more than six years.
  • Do not really know of any effect of vitamin D on the normal intestinal flora.
  • Older people have then a lesser amount of vitamin D receptors in every single cell
    (this is a news item for VitaminDWiki – was previously aware of less production in the skin and adsoption in the gut)
  • He typically also gives vitamin B2 to all patients: B2 is needed to process Vitamin D.
    10% of people have genetic problem such that B2 is low, but it is too hard to test for B2 deficiency
  • He recommends 10,000 IU daily for PREVENTION

PTH vs Vitamin D – from the web
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See also. if you Understand Portuguese.video interview in Aug 2014

auto-translated so there are various errors
Text bolded by VitaminDWiki

  • 0:12 The protocol was created by the following question:
  • 0:16 at a given moment of my professional life,
  • 0:20 I felt very strongly the need to try to help change this idea
  • 0:29 that neurology is a medical specialty made from brilliant diagnostic
  • 0:36 but no effective treatment available for neurological diseases;
  • 0:41 and that is how it is regarded in the medical environment: a specialty of brilliant diagnostic
  • 0:49 but no effective treatment.
  • 0:52 When I finished a period of clinical training in Miami (USA), at the Jackson Memorial Hospital,
  • 1:03 I returned to St. Paul with the aim to specialize
  • 1:06 and to start doing research using laboratory animals
  • 1:12 and creating models of neurological disease in rats, with the aim of testing
  • 1:21 new diagnostic possibilities.
  • 1:23 During the research, you are obliged to have cutting edge knowledge,
  • 1:38 you can not just read a book that has information on neurology of 5 or 10 years ago;
  • 1:46 you are obligated to know what was published last week
  • 1:51 about the research that is being done.
  • 1:57 And that was our goal.
  • 2:02 Having the huge amount of publications that have not been published in textbooks,
  • 2:08 we wondered why this information is not applied in clinical practice;
  • 2:15 information and sometimes they are really simple.
  • 2:18 Little by little, we are convinced that,
  • 2:27 many things which would be a great benefit to patients,
  • 2:33 are not discussed in Congress and medicine are not put in the textbooks,
  • 2:41 simply because they can reduce the consumption of medicines,
  • 2:47 especially when these drugs are expensive.
  • 2:53 At any given time we were convinced that vitamin D
  • 3:02 stimulate the production of several substances neurorigenerative
  • 3:10 in the brains of adults, children, embryos, fetuses. And is extremely important,
  • 3:20 time for development, and for the functions of the nervous system (same thing in the nervous system of an adult).
  • 3:30 These skills are not available on medical books
  • 3:34 and most doctors are not aware of the importance of this hormone,
  • 3:40 that is not a vitamin, is a hormone
  • 3:42 which induces the formation of regenerative substances of the nervous system.
  • 3:47 And we have begun, for this reason
  • 3:50 to administer vitamin D to people who had neurodegenerative diseases
  • 3:56 and we did not care to patients with Parkinson’s
  • 4:03 and we started to make vitamin D in doses physiologically realistic.
  • 4:10 It is important to say that the daily dose is recommended today that, internationally,
  • 4:20 does not exclude any patient from vitamin D deficiency,
  • 4:27 is a negligible dose, well below the physiological dose.
  • 4:32 And then, when we started to give the physiologic dose, which is the dose of 10,000 units per day,
  • 4:39 ie the dose that is produced with a few minutes of exposure to the sun, namely,
  • 4:44 if you’re wearing an undershirt and shorts, his legs and arms exposed to the sun,
  • 4:53 will produce in 20 minutes, if you have light skin and if you are young, 10,000 units of vitamin D per day.
  • 5:04 Then, 10,000 is a physiologic dose, is not a super dose.
  • 5:08 However, most doctors consider this potentially toxic dose.
  • 5:16 And these doctors today say that the recommended dose is 600 International Units.
  • 5:32 So, the recommended 600 IU,
  • 5:34 but if a person is exposed to the sun for 20 minutes, producing 10,000 units!
  • 5:43 Then, there is an obvious difference between the medical practice and scientific knowledge.
  • 5:51 Then, we begin to give 10,000 people with neurodegenerative diseases,
  • 5:57 and I remember a patient with Parkinson’s, which received 10,000 of vitamin D,
  • 6:05 when he returned for the second visit, after 3 months (taking 10,000 IU of vitamin D per day)
  • 6:13 had a lesion of vitiligo on the face
  • 6:19 had declined so much that in a few months of administration of 10,000 IU.
  • 6:32 This led us to search for information in the medical literature
  • 6:37 in relation to the effects of vitamin D in the immune system.
  • 6:41 We were surprised by the huge amount of publications that were already available in 2001-2002.
  • 6:57 Based on this first result, we have begun to 10,000 units of vitamin D to patients
  • 7:04 with multiple sclerosis, which is the most common autoimmune disease in neurology
  • 7:11 and the one that has the most devastating effects of neurological patients.
  • 7:17 We were surprised to see how these patients are improved.
  • 7:23 And this was the starting point, in attributing a high value on vitamin D
  • 7:35 in the treatment of autoimmune diseases.
  • 7:37 Today we are absolutely convinced, along with the scientific community that deals
  • 7:48 Research on vitamin D, which studies the effects of vitamin D in the immune system:
  • 7:54 Vitamin D is the major regulator of the immune system
  • 8:03 and modifies the operation of approximately 4,500 genes
  • 8:12 in every cell of the immune system. It is a substance without equal.
  • 8:21 I do a comparison
  • 8:23 to explain what I mean with 4,500 genes that are regulated in their activity by vitamin D.
  • 8:36 Imagine a skyscraper where there are many commercial cinemas. Imagine that
  • 8:45 4,500 doors in this building can be opened or closed by a unique key.
  • 8:55 Then you have to compare the skyscraper with each of the cells of the immune system
  • 9:02 and the key is vitamin D.
  • 9:05 When you lack vitamin D, the patient fails to regulate, ie open or close,
  • 9:13 stimulate or reduce the activity of 4,500 biological functions within the cells of the immune system.
  • 9:23 The lack of this substance is a disaster for the immune system!
  • 9:37 The elements that make up the treatment, in reality are summed into a single element, which is vitamin D.
  • 9:48 People who have autoimmune diseases, according to what has been published in the scientific literature
  • 9:58 inherent in this argument, these people have a partial resistance to the effects of vitamin D;
  • 10:08 and this is genetically inherited from the father, mother or both.
  • 10:15 This resistance concerns the effects of immuno-modulators of vitamin D, and is a resistance partial and not complete.
  • 10:24 And this is the reason for which these people are subject to developing autoimmune diseases.
  • 10:31 Then the great element, perhaps the only (maybe the others are responsible for 5% of the results)
  • 10:42 but 95% of the results that we have obtained in the control of autoimmune diseases,
  • 10:48 in particular in the control of multiple sclerosis, the effects are due, at 95%, to vitamin D.
  • 11:03 And we need to give very high doses of vitamin D to get complete control of the disease.
  • 11:12 These doses are not equal for all patients, are specific for each patient
  • 11:24 and are adjusted according to the degree of resistance that every person with an autoimmune disease
  • 11:33 has for vitamin D (to the degree of resistance that possesses in relation to the effects of vitamin D).
  • 11:41 What we have done is to develop a method to adjust the daily dose for each individual patient,
  • 11:51 and it is done through laboratory tests.
  • 11:55 You collect laboratory tests before treatment,
  • 12:00 after which damage of the doses already established vitamin D; and after at least 2 months,
  • 12:09 which is the time required to increase and stabilize the level of vitamin D in the blood of patients.
  • 12:19 After 2 months refer these tests and comparing the results obtained before and after treatment.
  • 12:31 Through this comparison, we can adjust the individual dose for a given patient.
  • 12:38 And after two months we adjusted, we get
  • 12:44 the full effect, which means, in practice, to obtain the status of a suppression of activity of the disease.
  • 12:55 The disease remains suppressed after 2 months after dose adjustment.
  • 13:09 Therefore, we are currently working with 5 doctors who help us here at the clinic. Personally, I have already visited about 1,300 patients.
  • 13:28 In the clinic, counting the doctors working with us for about 1 year, 1 year and a half, a total of 2,500 patients were visited
  • 13:42 and we are also training doctors working abroad.
  • 13:49 There is one in Argentina, which already works with our protocol, as well as in various cities of Brazil.
  • 13:58 These doctors are visiting hundreds of patients each.
  • 14:04 So I can tell you that we here at the clinic approximately 2,500 holders of multiple sclerosis,
  • 14:14 we’re just talking about this disease. If we speak also of other autoimmune diseases, certainly
  • 14:25 we have moved to 3000 patients, but speaking only of multiple sclerosis, are 2,500 patients.
  • 14:34 This number may still be much greater,
  • 14:36 considered that do not charge those patients who were visited
  • 14:40 10 or 12 doctors working in other capitals of Brazil
  • 14:46 after the treatment here.
  • 14:48 Everyone must have visited more than a hundred patients,
  • 14:55 then surely this number has reached thousands of patients seen
  • 15:00 and also we are receiving patients from abroad in various countries.
  • 15:05 This is a phenomenon of the Internet, nowadays, people create groups
  • 15:12 and this in a sense is good, because patients come into contact with each other,
  • 15:23 to share experiences they have had with the different treatments.
  • 15:31 And this has created a phenomenon propro of our day.
  • 15:34 Today, the vast majority of patients we look after having had access to the internet.
  • 15:43 We have a patient that you have also interviewed, his name is Daniel Cunha, who was a journalist
  • 15:50 who has reached the turning point (“high”) in our clinic, is a former bearer of multiple sclerosis, this is an important thing that you say.
  • 15:59 Because after that we can adjust to treatment, ie, the dose of the patient
  • 16:05 and prove that in two consecutive spaced resonances of 1 year, ie, separated by 1-year interval,
  • 16:18 there has been no appearance of new lesions, recent lesions can disappear, but there is no activity in the lesion,
  • 16:29 then when we are able to prove this and the patient has improved,
  • 16:36 if he did not damage the oldest, back to having a normal life,
  • 16:41 at the end of the two years of treatment, during which we do 3 or 4 visits,
  • 16:55 at the end of this period of two years of treatment, the patient reaches the “turning point”
  • 16:59 you have to keep the dose of vitamin D with the necessary precautions to avoid causing intoxication,
  • 17:09 but you have to keep the dose of vitamin D and recommend that the patient come back two years later for a re-evaluation,
  • 17:15 Then, after five years for a new revaluation.
  • 17:19 We do not know yet how long the patient needs to maintain this high dose of vitamin D
  • 17:26 and now the treatment is for an indefinite period, demanding that patients do this revaluation
  • 17:34 after two and five years, and maybe this time we will be able to establish
  • 17:42 a criterion to determine if they can lower the dose and which of them should be pursued,
  • 17:50 but at this time the treatment is maintained for an indefinite period.

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  • 18:01 Approximately 95% of patients with multiple sclerosis, the disease remains in remission permanently.
  • 18:13 While they maintain this high dose, the disease remains inactive,
  • 18:24 without signals, neither clinical nor laboratory of new lesions.
  • 18:30 5% of patients achieved a partial result just means that they get improvements,
  • 18:42 but do not have the complete remission of disease activity.
  • 18:49 We, at this moment, we are studying what are the reasons that lead to this 5% not reach
  • 19:01 complete remission of multiple sclerosis and arrived at two fundamental factors:
  • 19:10 the biggest of these is the maintenance of a high emotional stress, very high.
  • 19:20 We know today that emotional stress can seriously undermine the result of this treatment.
  • 19:28 The other factor that can affect the outcome of this treatment is the habit of smoking:
  • 19:35 smoking affect much the result of treatment with vitamin D,
  • 19:44 but this is not a factor to be related specifically to vitamin D,
  • 19:49 There is no information in the medical literature that say that the habit of smoking accelerates the progression of multiple sclerosis,
  • 19:58 even if the patient is under the traditional treatment.
  • 20:02 When I say 95%, are those patients who are not some other type of treatment, if not the high dose of vitamin D,
  • 20:16 associated with a diet and hydration abundant, that are necessary to avoid the side effects.
  • 20:25 Apart from this, it may be that the infection continued, as the urinary tract infection,
  • 20:35 in patients before starting this treatment already suffering from a series
  • 20:41 problems of the function of the bladder, urinary function,
  • 20:48 who develop urinary tract infections easily continuous
  • 20:54 we also know that these continual urinary tract infections may reduce the immunomodulatory effects of vitamin D.
  • 21:05 I speak of immunomodulatory effects, because vitamin D does not suppress the activity of the immune system.
  • 21:15 Today, we know, for established knowledge, that vitamin D suppresses specifically the type of immunological reaction,
  • 21:28 not physiological, aberrant, which is known by the acronym “TH17”
  • 21:38 which is the immunological reaction that causes autoimmune diseases.
  • 21:45 So, all autoimmune diseases, the immune system throughout the aggression against his own body
  • 21:53 are caused by a type of reaction that is not normal, it is not physiological, is abberante and is called “TH17”.
  • 22:01 Vitamin D is the only substance, at least to my knowledge,
  • 22:07 which is capable of selectively inhibit this reaction, without prejudice to the other reactions of the immune system.
  • 22:15 Indeed, vitamin D enhances the ability of the immune system to react against viruses, against bacteria, such as the bacillus of tuberculosis.
  • 22:28 The ability of our immune system to react against these microorganisms
  • 22:35 is enhanced by the administration of vitamin D.
  • 22:41 It is already established knowledge in the scientific community that carriers of tuberculosis need
  • 22:55 to be supplemented with vitamin D, so that the effects antituberculosis become more effective.
  • 23:03 Furthermore, it is known that the patients, for example, carriers of HIV or hepatitis C carriers, they need to be integrated
  • 23:14 with effective doses, and not the daily doses internationally “recommended”
  • 23:22 but a physiological dose of 10,000 units per day, so that the hepatitis C virus does not cause too much damage to the liver,
  • 23:36 as would happen if there was a deficiency of vitamin D.
  • 23:40 The same goes for the other examples of HIV and tuberculosis.
  • 23:54 Yes, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, including ulcerative colitis
  • 24:04 are diseases of which we are able to have __complete control, using the same treatment protocol._-
  • 24:17 It ‘ his important question, because the use of vitamin D in the treatment of autoimmune diseases
  • 24:26 is not directed to a disease or another, but it is directed at the regulation of the immune system. For example:
  • 24:37 under the effect of vitamin D, the immune system increases the amount of a type of cell
  • 24:48 that are produced by the immune system with the aim to keep adjusted.
  • 24:53 These are called “regulatory T cells” and the amount of these cells increases very much under the effect of vitamin D.
  • 25:04 Simultaneously, the reaction TH17, which is an abnormal reaction, not physiological,
  • 25:12 aberrant, is selectively inhibited by vitamin D.
  • 25:16 These 2 things are very important for the control of any autoimmune disease.
  • 25:23 These autoimmune diseases that you mentioned such as inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis,
  • 25:35 are cases that we have dealt with and responded in complete form.
  • 25:44 The patient lives completely free from manifestations of the disease and maintain a normal life,
  • 25:50 but we must also continue the diet I mentioned before. It can not ingest dairy products,
  • 25:58 no food or wholly made from milk and must also maintain hydration of at least 2.5 liters of water per day.
  • 26:12 Again, autoimmune diseases you mentioned, so far all the cases,
  • 26:19 which are not so many as the cases of multiple sclerosis, but are still dozens of cases,
  • 26:26 all responded in full, without suffering the effects of vitamin D in high doses.
  • 26:42 This question, in relation to the double-blind studies, it is very important because you can not randomize metabolic errors.
  • 27:00 What I mean is that if there is a person who has a metabolic problem diagnosed by laboratory
  • 27:09 for example, a person with hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone),
  • 27:16 which is potentially lethal and can cause damage to the health of the person, if it is not corrected.
  • 27:27 Another example is the type 1 diabetes in children who do not produce insulin,
  • 27:37 I am obliged to correct this deficiency and have to administer insulin.
  • 27:45 So, in these circumstances, when the patient has a metabolic problem, a deficiency,
  • 27:51 acquired resistance in hereditary form, in relation to a hormone or a vitamin, I am obliged to correct.
  • 28:05 If I do not correct it, I make a mistake of medical negligence.
  • 28:09 Then, when you’re talking about a double-ciecorandomizzato, you’re telling me
  • 28:15 that I have to have a group of patients who will be treated, for example, with high doses of vitamin D
  • 28:24 and a group of patients who receive a placebo;
  • 28:28 and doctors and patients involved in this study are not aware
  • 28:33 of which patients receiving vitamin D and which patients receiving the placebo.
  • 28:40 Very well, I could not do these studies to children with diabetes, for example.
  • 28:48 We’ve never done a double-blind randomized to know
  • 28:55 if the insulin is suitable for children with diabetes. Never did and never will.
  • 29:00 The same thing happens with people who have hypothyroidism, because we are obliged to give a cure.
  • 29:08 You will not ever done a double-blind, randomized, where a group will receive thyroid hormone and the other a placebo.
  • 29:17 The same thing happens to the deficiency of vitamin D.
  • 29:21 A deficiency of vitamin B12 can cause a devastating neurological disorder that destroys the spinal cord,
  • 29:30 so you can not leave a person with vitamin B12 deficiency, without treatment, because I would be remiss.
  • 29:41 You can not leave a person with pellagra, which has a deficiency of niacin (vitamin B3), because it can cause diarrhea,
  • 29:59 dermatitis and even death. So, these people can not be left with a deficiency.
  • 30:11 If I do a double-blind, randomized, I’ll be careless with 50% of patients.
  • 30:20 The placebo group will be the victim of medical malpractice.
  • 30:25 This is a very important concept,
  • 30:28 because today we try to tell the class that any result published in the medical literature
  • 30:36 should not be considered if it was not the result of a double-ciecorandomizzato.
  • 30:42 This is a big mistake.
  • 30:45 People with vitamin D deficiency or resistance to the biological effects of vitamin D,
  • 30:53 for them this deficiency must be corrected and this resistance must be compensated with higher doses,
  • 31:01 which are able to restore in this individual all the biological effects of vitamin D.
  • 31:07 So, there are no double-blind study ciecorandomizzato and we will not do with any patient,
  • 31:15 because there are two main basic principles of medical practice, which is taught in all schools in the Western world.
  • 31:32 The first principle is not to worsen the situation, not hurt,
  • 31:41 not to act on your patient in a worse shape than his clinical situation.
  • 31:49 And the second principle is that the patient should receive all possible benefits.
  • 31:58 So, if I left a patient with vitamin D deficiency,
  • 32:03 knowing that vitamin D is a great immunomodulator, perhaps the most potent immunomodulatory substance that exists in nature,
  • 32:16 a patient who has an autoimmune disease and the immune system has not adjusted
  • 32:23 and produces an immunological reaction aberrant, non-physiological, called TH17,
  • 32:31 if I leave this patient with a deficiency of the unique substance that selectively, in a powerful form,
  • 32:37 is able to inhibit this reaction TH17, producing regulatory lymphocytes, I’ll be negligent towards this person.
  • 32:47 SoI will never do a double-blind, randomized and placebo using vitamin D
  • 32:57 in people who have autoimmune diseases. Why? Why not do these things with my daughter,
  • 33:02 with my wife and even with my patients.
  • 33:13 We have started to use vitamin D in the treatment of autoimmune diseases in the interest of the patient.
  • 33:21 Our goal was not looking, was not to convince anyone,
  • 33:27 but was simply fulfill the 2nd basic principle of medical practice:
  • 33:32 optimally benefit the patient
  • 33:37 ie, if the patient has a deficiency of a potent immunoregulatory known and documented,
  • 33:43 we need to correct this deficiency,
  • 33:45 if it has a resistance, we need to increase the dose so that it can compensate for this deficiency.
  • 33:54 Then, we have accumulated a lot of data over this period and we have gained experience in adjusting the dose for these patients.
  • 34:08 We have published preliminary data on vitiligo and psoriasis, and were the only diseases where we were able
  • 34:25 being approved by the ethics committee of the medical-Unifesp (our university) research.
  • 34:32 We wanted it to be implemented on other diseases, but unfortunately there are factors that many times we do not understand,
  • 34:42 because they are negative with respect to the willingness to do a treatment that could bring benefits,
  • 34:51 as we do not understand how you can deny the ethical conditions so that it is correct a deficiency in a patient.
  • 35:03 I can not understand, but the answer was negative for certain diseases.
  • 35:07 This did not stop us to continue to treat our patients according to their interests
  • 35:14 and we have accumulated a wealth of experience in the cases very well documented.
  • 35:20 And when we would have the opportunity, we will ask an ethics committee that would allow us to evaluate retrospectively these cases,
  • 35:33 if this will be possible. Why we have rules for scientific publications.
  • 35:42 Then, when it will submit a publication to a magazine where there are 2,500 patients treated with high doses of vitamin D,
  • 35:57 and want to publish the outcome of the cases, the publisher of the magazine will ask where is the approval of the Ethics Committee,
  • 36:04 because otherwise we can not send our experience.
  • 36:10 So, first we need to urge the Ethics Committee,
  • 36:16 to approve in a review of the medical records of these patients.
  • 36:21 With the review of the medical records we can send the material to the medical journal. Hopefully there are no problems
  • 36:31 with regard to the retrospective review of the clinical history of the patients in the 11 years of monitoring.
  • 36:39 But I do not know why sometimes some people make decisions not appropriate
  • 36:58 with regard to the dissemination of knowledge and for the benefit of patients.
  • 37:11 Yes, exactly, the success rate is similar to multiple sclerosis.
  • 37:18 But it is important that it be said that when we published this work for psoriasis and vitiligo,
  • 37:24 we used a fixed dose for all patients of 35,000 units per day,
  • 37:31 associated with a dairy-free diet to avoid the toxic effects to the kidneys, and plenty of hydration.
  • 37:40 At that time we did not use this method of adjustment of the dose for each individual patient.
  • 37:48 We achieved these results by 95% of patients, when we used this method
  • 37:57 Individual adjustment of the dose for each patient,
  • 38:00 taking into account the response of the laboratory that each patient shows
  • 38:06 through the comparison of laboratory tests, made before and after treatment, ie after 2 months.
  • 38:18 Then the result, in other words, is passed to the 95% success,
  • 38:26 when we started using this method of adjustment
  • 38:32 on the response of laboratory tests for individual
  • 38:34 that each patient according to a predetermined dose common.
  • 38:47 Then, high doses of vitamin D work for autoimmune diseases in general.
  • 38:54 Autoimmune neurological diseases where we used the vitamin D,
  • 38:59 In addition to multiple sclerosis, are: the isolated optic neuritis,
  • 39:09 Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), polyneuropathy of autoimmune origin,
  • 39:26 myasthenia gravis. These are the neurological disease of autoimmune origin that I remember at this time.
  • 39:42 The result of this treatment, when we use the method of adjustment of the individual doses
  • 39:50 for each patient was the same as in multiple sclerosis: 95% of total suppression of autoimmunity.
  • 39:59 This does not mean that the older irreversible damage caused by the immune system,
  • 40:06 considered as pre-existing damage, regress.
  • 40:12 In general, we obtain as a result a complete or almost complete regression, of the lesions
  • 40:20 that were formed in the period of 1 year prior to initiation of treatment with high doses of vitamin D.
  • 40:36 There are other diseases, whose appearance is favored or employee is
  • 40:42 by the presence of a deficiency of vitamin D.
  • 40:45 For example, the recurrence of abortions in the first trimester of gestation.
  • 40:53 To date, this is considered an autoimmune disease.
  • 40:56 The immune system rejects the implantation of the embryo.
  • 41:00 This event is dependent on the presence of vitamin D deficiency
  • 41:06 and a partial resistance to the biological effects of vitamin D. immunoregulatory
  • 41:11 The presence of hypertension, high blood pressure or high at the end of pregnancy,
  • 41:19 situations in the so-called “pre-eclampsia or eclampsia,” putting at risk the life of the mother in late pregnancy,
  • 41:29 that the obstetrician must anticipate the birth by cesarean.
  • 41:39 All this can be prevented by administration of adequate doses of vitamin D.
  • 41:49 For proper dosages mean 10,000 units per day.
  • 41:54 In addition, pregnant women who do not expose themselves to the sun in an appropriate manner,
  • 41:59 thus favoring very low levels of vitamin D, they run a high risk of giving birth
  • 42:06 children who can then develop a problem of autism.
  • 42:11 Autism is highly favored by the deficiency of vitamin D during pregnancy and in the first years of life.
  • 42:20 The vitamin D deficiency, occurring early in the life of an individual during the end of gestation
  • 42:26 or in the first years of life, greatly increases the chance that this individual, when he reaches adolescence
  • 42:33 developments psychiatric diseases such as, for example, schizophrenia.
  • 42:38 Regardless of age, vitamin D insufficiency greatly enhances the appearance of depression.
  • 42:48 Depressive processes are favored or induced due to the presence of vitamin D deficiency,
  • 42:56 that is rarely taken into consideration by doctors today are treating people with depression.
  • 43:05 It is important to mention diabetes.
  • 43:10 Both the type 1, which is autoimmune, than that of type 2, which is that of maturity,
  • 43:19 both are highly favored by the deficiency of vitamin D.
  • 43:24 Insulin production is favored by vitamin D.
  • 43:29 Deficiency of vitamin D promotes the development of diabetes.
  • 43:35 In the field of diabetes, the effects of vitamin D deficiency are the subject of much research.
  • 43:52 These diseases are the most important to mention as regards their relationship with vitamin D.
  • 44:06 I have no information about it, but it does not mean it does not exist,
  • 44:14 that vitamin D may facilitate the removal of heavy metals from the body, I do not have this information.
  • 44:23 I have a strong belief that the onset of autoimmune diseases depends primarily on three factors:
  • 44:38 whether it be an individual who has inherited from the father or mother this predisposition,
  • 44:47 which concerns a partial resistenzia to the biological effects of vitamin D.
  • 44:53 It also depends on a second factor is the deficiency of vitamin D, due to the lack of sun exposure.
  • 45:03 And the third factor is the emotional factor.
  • 45:08 The latter would be the trigger that leads to the activation of autoimmune diseases,
  • 45:15 including multiple sclerosis,
  • 45:18 in persons with the two other factors that predispose to developing this disease.
  • 45:26 Only thing missing is the emotional factor triggering
  • 45:29 given by a life event high emotional stress. For example:
  • 45:35 a teenager or a teenager living her parents’ separation;
  • 45:40 an individual of 18, 19, 20 years of age who lives a break affective;
  • 45:49 a person of 30-35 years which sees the dissolution of his marriage;
  • 45:56 a great person who attends the unexpected death of his son.
  • 46:04 They are emotional traumas that eventually lead to the activation of the impact of autoimuni diseases, including multiple sclerosis.
  • 46:14 Given this experience, they have about 95% of patients with total control of the disease
  • 46:24 using high doses of vitamin D,
  • 46:27 it is not that we are excluding other factors that can contribute to the process,
  • 46:35 but if these factors are in fact contributing to the development of autoimmune diseases,
  • 46:42 their role is very minority of less importance physio-pathological effects of vitamin D
  • 46:50 or lack of imunomodulatori biological effects of vitamin D in our body.
  • 47:04 Many researchers say that a person with multiple sclerosis,
  • 47:10 having a neurological deficit that prevents her from walking freely,
  • 47:19 tends to remain indoors, inside,
  • 47:23 for this has less exposure to the sun and therefore has a lack of vitamin D.
  • 47:31 So the claim that vitamin D deficiency is a consequence of the disease and not the cause of the disease
  • 47:38 and this would be the issue.
  • 47:41 Well, this does not explain why, and already there are studies published in 1986,
  • 47:54 when evaluating in a patient, in the course of a few years, the amount of relapses,
  • 48:00 before and after being treated with vitamin D,
  • 48:09 these relapses decreased dramatically after treatment. The number of relapses, called “relapse”, have decreased drastically.
  • 48:19 This type of argument is excluding the crucial role of vitamin D, already well documented, as immunomodulator.
  • 48:31 In other words, vitamin D inhibits reactions in reference to all diseases autoinmuni
  • 48:38 and the reaction aberrant, non-physiological, called TH17.
  • 48:42 Vitamin D increases the amount of immunoregulatory lymphocytes.
  • 48:47 The level of vitamin D, how much more is high, the more will be the low activity of autoimmune disease; the lower level of vitamin D, the higher the activity of the autoimmune disease.
  • 49:06 If you consider all these factors together, you will only have one explanation:
  • 49:13 the lack of vitamin D leads to the autoimmune disease.
  • 49:18 Another factor that can be aggregated to this set, which is only explained to mean a lack of vitamin D,
  • 49:29 as a determinant of the occurrence of autoimmune disease or auxiliary
  • 49:33 is related to the difference of the equator,
  • 49:36 as we move away from the equator, the more you experience the presence of autoimmune diseases.
  • 49:43 If you look at a country that is well away from the equator, such as Norway, for example,
  • 49:53 we note that in the north of Norway the level of multiple sclerosis,
  • 50:00 contrary to the rule of the equator, you see fewer cases of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis,
  • 50:16 in relation to the south of Norway, where is located the city of Oslo.
  • 50:20 This too can be explained in relation to vitamin D,
  • 50:25 because in Northern Norway diet is basically composed of cosumo cold-water fish,
  • 50:36 which are rich in fatty fish, such as cod or salmon, which fats contain high amounts of vitamin D.
  • 50:44 So we can reverse the rule of the equator when there is the presence of vitamin D.
  • 50:58 The same thing occurs in Switzerland, in the Swiss Alps, in the city located about 2,000 meters above sea level,
  • 51:13 the amount of vitamin D in the blood is greater than that of the population in northern Switzerland
  • 51:24 and the north of Switzerland Winey more at sea level. So why is this happening?
  • 51:33 We can explain it by exposure to the sun.
  • 51:36 In municipalities located in elavate heights, to a position above the clouds, it is subject to greater sun exposure.
  • 51:45 Autoimmune diseases are not made easier because of the cold temperatures,
  • 51:51 because if it were otherwise, there would be more in the Swiss Alps cases.
  • 51:57 In the Swiss Alps there are fewer cases, because there is more sun exposure and as a result, more vitamin D.
  • 52:08 In the north of Switzerland there is less exposure to the sun
  • 52:13 and then smaller amounts of vitamin D circulating in the blood of the inhabitants, and therefore more autoimmune diseases.
  • 52:25 All of the epidemiology of autoimmune diseases, are made understandable by a single factor:
  • 52:33 deficiency of vitamin D.
  • 52:38 You can get to consider a single factor,
  • 52:41 single characteristic of epidemiological distribution of vitamin D and say, “No, but there is an alternative explanations have,
  • 52:55 people who are suffering from multiple sclerosis, those who have more severe forms of multiple sclerosis,
  • 53:04 have a higher vitamin D deficiency because they are more closed in the house. “
  • 53:07 It is an alternative explanation, but it does not explain all the other problems of the biological functions of vitamin D,
  • 53:18 all other epidemiological Characteristics of vitamin D. Epidemiological autoimmune diseases.
  • 53:41 The parathyroid hormone (PTH) is of extreme importance to us.
  • 53:49 Why? Because when administering vitamin D, vitamin D inhibits the production of parathyroid hormone.
  • 53:57 So, if I measure the parathyroid before starting to administer vitamin D and after 2 months,
  • 54:05 I use the lowering of parathormone (PTH what has dropped with the administration of vitamin D)
  • 54:14 I can use this as a parameter of the biological response to the effect of vitamin D.
  • 54:21 This is exactly the factor that we use to adjust the dose of vitamin D individually.
  • 54:30 If the vitamin D inhibits the production of PTH,
  • 54:33 I increase the level of vitamin D until the PTH reaches the value lower than normal.
  • 54:40 Do not suppress PTH, I only increase the vitamin D until the PTH comes close to the lower limit
  • 54:49 from the normal range of variation of PTH.
  • 54:54 From the production of this biological effect, I conclude that if vitamin D has achieved the maximum effect in the inhibition of PTH,
  • 55:05 must also have reached the maximum immunomodulatory effect.
  • 55:11 And, through this premise, we adjust the dose of vitamin D depending dell’abbassarsi of PTH.
  • 55:21 I can not suppress PTH, so as to make it undetectable, because if you suppress,
  • 55:31 I put the individual at risk.
  • 55:35 He’s taking a dose so high in vitamin D, which could subtract a large quatity of calcium from the bones.
  • 55:43 Increasing this excessive amount of calcium taken from the bones, and raising the concentration bleeds, it can impair renal function.
  • 55:53 Thus, the parathyroid hormone for us is a safety measure, a level of security.
  • 56:03 If I do not suppress PTH, I’m sure I’m not giving toxic doses of vitamin D.
  • 56:13 I can balance in relation to biological resistance to the effects of vitamin D on the grounds that that individual has genetic inheritance.
  • 56:28 I say this in other words.
  • 56:33 An individual may be in need of a dose of vitamin D, for example, 30,000 IU,
  • 56:42 to make sure that his parathormone reaches the value less than normal.
  • 56:46 Another individual may need to 100,000 IU to ensure that its PTH reaches this lower end of normal.
  • 56:55 Then, measure how much you lower the PTH, for us it is a way to adjust the dose of vitamin D,
  • 57:03 for the individual need of the patient.
  • 57:10 The level of PTH is the most readily available laboratory tests,
  • 57:18 that can give us an idea of ​​the strength of the person to the effects of vitamin D.
  • 57:28 There are other possibilities, other factors that we can measure.
  • 57:34 But the parathyroid hormone is made by all laboratories, it is not a great thing.
  • 57:39 Many doctors ask the dose of PTH.
  • 57:43 So, not a great test, a test is easily available at any place in the world.
  • 57:59 Somehow, I have already answered this question.
  • 58:06 A person who has a level of parathyroid near the upper limit of normal,
  • 58:130 this person probably has a level of vitamin D deficiency is very important.
  • 58:19 And they are getting calcium from the bones to maintain the calcium concentration of the blood,
  • 58:26 since it does not have enough vitamin D to absorb calcium from the intestine,
  • 58:32 from foods that transit in the intestine, which digests the intestine, due to the lack of vitamin D.
  • 58:38 Then, the person who has the parathormone near the upper limit of normal
  • 58:44 or above the upper limit of normal, that person has a very severe vitamin D deficiency.
  • 58:51 And this is something that varies so much for a person with an autoimmune disease,
  • 58:57 As for a healthy person.
  • 59:00 For example, if a person today has no autoimmune disease,
  • 59:05 This does not mean you can not have an autoimmune disease at any stage of its future.
  • 59:10 So, in terms of prevention,
  • 59:13 is very important that the person maintains its PTH level at least in the middle point,
  • 59:25 between the lower and upper value of the normal, through the administration of a realistic dose of vitamin D.
  • 59:33 Then, the same healthy person, taking vitamin D, 10,000 IU,
  • 59:39 probably (not definitely, but probably) this dose will be sufficient to maintain
  • 59:45 his parathormone inside the normal range of variation.
  • 59:49 Or close to the upper limit or above the upper limit.
  • 59:59 Yes, this is an important thing …
  • 60:03 The labs have different ranges of variation (range) to assess the normality of the parathyroid hormone.
  • 60:08 Then, a laboratory test that can tell he does, the way in which the measure parathyroid hormone,
  • 60:17 the normal level varies, for example, between 4 – 58 pg / ml.
  • 60:27 Another laboratory can say that for them the normal range is 12 to 65 pg / ml.
  • 60:41 So, the question on the level below 20
  • 60:46 is for people who use a lab that says the normal range of assessment is 12 to 65.
  • 60:51 It therefore must be of between 20 and 12.
  • 60:56 But a person who uses a second laboratory that says that the normal value is from 4 to 58,
  • 61:08 then I must remain between 10 and 4.
  • 61:11 The same thing that I explained earlier.
  • 61:13 I must be close to the lower limit of normal, but not below the lower limit of normal.
  • 61:19 I Doso vitamin D to achieve this effect.
  • 61:23 So, you do not need to be under 20.
  • 61:25 Below 20, or below 10, or between 12 and 20 or between 10 and 4, depends on what is the normal range
  • 61:35 that uses the laboratory as a reference.
  • 61:38 To which, depends on the laboratory.
  • 61:49 We have not yet assessed whether a weekly regimen may be better or worse
  • 61:59 a daily dose, or if a monthly administration may be better or worse
  • 62:08 of once per week.
  • 62:10 We have not done any study in this regard.
  • 62:14 We started from the assumption that only a good rule is that a person is exposed to the sun every day.
  • 62:23 So, if this is the norm, we try to adjust the dose according to the daily administration,
  • 62:31 and this is justified by the fact that you avoid large variations
  • 62:38 caused by doses very distanzati one another.
  • 62:42 So, when we administer on a daily basis,
  • 62:46 the variation of the concentration sanguingna you keep more regular, less swinging,
  • 62:55 and the magnitude of change will be minor.
  • 63:07 Who makes 10,000 units per day is taking a physiological dose,
  • 63:12 the same dose that would produce his skin when exposed to the sun for twenty minutes without sunscreen,
  • 63:21 wearing a short-sleeved shirt and shorts,
  • 63:24 in other words, leaving the arms and legs exposed to the sun, being a person of fair skin and young.
  • 63:29 So, this may not cause any problem to anyone because it is the amount that we produce normally.
  • 63:37 So, there is no necessity to go on a diet or any special hydration,
  • 63:41 in addition to that every individual should normally do to stay healthy.
  • 63:47 There is no need to take any precautions when taking 10,000 IU of vitamin D.
  • 63:53 My daughter takes 10,000 units of vitamin D per day for more than six years.
  • 63:59 There is no problem in taking 10,000 units of vitamin D per day,
  • 64:04 there is no need to take any precautionary measure.
  • 64:07 This, for sure, it is not a toxic dose,
  • 64:11 this dose is sold without a prescription in the United States without any problem.
  • 64:25 So, do not really know of any effect of vitamin D on the normal intestinal flora. If there is a publication in this regard is not to my knowledge.
  • 64:48 Because Vitamin D increases the power of reaction against the agents of disease,
  • 64:59 we can also expect that vitamin D reduces the presence of harmful bacteria in the gut. This hope.
  • 65:17 I have no information that says that vitamin D may alter harmful form in the digestive tract.
  • 65:26 It is possible that the lack of vitamin D deficiency is likely to affect the work of the digestive system,
  • 65:38 given that all our cells, including those of the digestive system, respond biologically to the effects of vitamin D.
  • 65:51 Alters its funzzioni in relation to the effects of vitamin D.
  • 65:58 The proper activity of the digestive tract can be stimulated with the correction of the deficiency of vitamin D.
  • 66:05 But, harmful effects caused by high doses of vitamin D (unless they are toxic, that is accompanied by a corresponding increase of calcium in the blood),
  • 66:19 harmful effects to the digestive system, there may be with the use of high doses of vitamin D, calibrated according to the laboratory tests.
  • 66:32 With regard to the vitamin D receptors,
  • 66:36 There are various diseases that are linked to genetic mutations in the vitamin D receptor,
  • 66:47 making these people resistant to vitamin D.
  • 66:54 The emergence of this resistance may be due to the fact that the individual in question has altered
  • 67:06 the enzyme that takes care of the activation of vitamin D, which are two hydroxylase.
  • 67:16 The individual may have an alteration of the first hydroxylase, the second hydroxylase,
  • 67:24 may have an alteration of the vitamin D receptor that is present in the cells, the objective of vitamin D.
  • 67:33 The idividuo may also have a genetic alteration of the protein that captures hereditary vitamin D and charge with it into the bloodstream.
  • 67:48 So, there are several genetic disorders that may explain the resistance of the individual assimilation of vitamin D.
  • 68:05 An individual also may need a lot more vitamin D to the fact of having an overweight for his height.
  • 68:16 Older people have then a lesser amount of vitamin D receptors in every single cell:
  • 68:27 decreases the concentration of vitamin D receptors in every single cell with increasing age.
  • 68:33 There are so many points that explain why in some cases a person sees increased its partial resistance to the effects of vitamin D.
  • 68:45 An individual may be suffering from two or three of these points that contribute to its resistance to the effects of vitamin D.
  • 68:55 For this, we use the final effect of this chain, which is the reduction in the levels of parathyroid hormone.
  • 69:06 It ‘ a way to avoid having to check what is actually the reason for the resistance.
  • 69:20 It does not matter if the reason is this, that is, or if there are multiple reasons for this resistance to concomitant vitamin D.
  • 69:28 Measuring the biological effect, which is the reduction of the levels of parathyroid hormone,
  • 69:32 we see the final effect of all these possible points of resistance to vitamin D,
  • 69:39 and is a way to optimize our work, and then to the best biological effect of vitamin D for that individual, regardless of the reason for which has a resistance.
  • 70:00 We simplify the whole measuring only a biological effect, which would be the reduction in the levels of parathyroid hormone.
  • 70:14 Yes, because when you produce vitamin D in the skin or ingested vitamin D,
  • 70:23 you are ingesting the inactive form of vitamin D, which is called colicalciferolo.
  • 70:29 This colicalciferolo undergoes the action of two enzymes, in a consecutive manner, to be transformed into the final shape,
  • 70:39 which is precisely the active form.
  • 70:41 Then, the colicalciferolo undergoes the action of an enzyme called 25-hydroxylase, which adds a chemical group
  • 70:50 called hydroxyl in position 25 of the molecule of colicalciferolo,
  • 70:56 colicalciferolo turning this into calcidiol-25-hydroxy-vitamin D,
  • 71:03 that is measured in the blood to detect whether or not the individual has deficiency.
  • 71:09 In turn this substance, 25-hydroxy-vitamin D or calcidiol, undergoes the action of a second hydroxylase, which adds
  • 71:21 another chemical group in position 1. Therefore, this enzyme, which is called 1-alpha-hydroxylase, can be genetically altered.
  • 71:32 Finally, it produces, through the second hydroxylase, the active form of vitamin D, 1,25-dihydroxy D3 call
  • 71:44 or calcitriol, which will then produce the final biological effect on the immune system and over all the cells in our body.
  • 71:55 Very well, these are dependent hydroxylase by vitamin B2,
  • 72:01 not directly, but indirectly,
  • 72:08 because in the step of hydroxylation of vitamin D, enzymes oxidize,
  • 72:19 and so that we can pick up a new molecule, hydroxylate another molecule, therefore,
  • 72:25 must be reduced, chemically called reduction process. And this reduction process requires the presence of vitamin B2.
  • 72:36 About 10-15% of the general population, the world in general,
  • 72:44 has great difficulty in absorbing vitamin B2. This is another genetic alteration that concerns IL10-15% of the population.
  • 72:55 In some regions of Italy who have had malaria endemic throughout the centuries, from 300 BC
  • 73:07 this percentage may be higher, it can reach 50% of the individuals concerned
  • 73:17 and these regions generally correspond to the peninsula of the Po, which is the region of Venice and another region on the west side of Italy …
  • 73:33 Another region that has had cases of malaria endemic in the course of several centuries, from 300 BC
  • 73:40 is Sardinia, where there have been cases of malaria endemic throughout the centuries.
  • 73:44 And, apparently, the people who had difficulty in absorbing vitamin B2 from food were resitenti to malaria,
  • 73:56 therefore, the children who had this genetic problem that they died of malaria in infancy,
  • 74:03 could pass into adulthood and passed on their genes to future generations,
  • 74:09 Unlike children who had this genetic alteration and were susceptible to malaria.
  • 74:17 So, most of the children who did not have this genetic alteration were dying of malaria in childhood
  • 74:25 and could not pass on their genes to future generations, reach adulthood and pass on their genes to the next generation.
  • 74:32 So, over the centuries, there was a natural selection in these regions of Italy are a lot more people
  • 74:40 with difficulty absorbing vitamin B2, riboflavin, compared to the rest of the world population,
  • 74:48 where it has about 10-15% of individuals with this difficulty absorbing riboflavin.
  • 74:59 In these regions of Italy, individuals descended from Italians, who also live in Brazil and are descended from Italian
  • 75:06 that come from those regions of Italy, have a greater chance of being carriers of this difficulty to absorb riboflavin.
  • 75:14 This (lack of B2) can contribute to resistance to vitamin D,
  • 75:17 because sometimes hydroxylase, in the absence of an adequate level of vitamin B2, will malfunction
  • 75:25 and will be another factor that will contribute to the resistance to vitamin D.
  • 75:32 So, for this reason, so that we should not be dosed vitamin B2 in all individuals,
  • 75:37 since it is not a test readily available in laboratories and the health care system does not cover these tests,
  • 75:49 not for the determination of vitamin B2, we administer vitamin B2, which is absolutely harmless,
  • 75:56 to all individuals, in a dose greater than that normally given, with the aim to cover the shortage …
  • 76:07 We measured the phosphorus because vitamin D is mobilizing calcium and phosphorus from the bone.
  • 76:15 And since we are using unpublished doses of vitamin D, this was also a suggestion
  • 76:23 Professor Michael Holick, so we dovumentare everything that’s going on.
  • 76:31 One of our concerns is that it is not altered phosphorus;
  • 76:40 that phosphorus levels are not altered.
  • 76:44 In fact, the dose we use, with these precautions, do not alter the levels of phosphorus.
  • 76:50 It’s just a precaution
  • 76:53 to have the certainty that the patients are well from the point of view workshop.
  • 76:59 All the laboratory parameters that can be altered for the use of high doses of vitamin D are measured
  • 77:07 and this is just one of them.
  • 77:10 This is the reason for which we measure the levels of phosphorus.
  • 77:22 Patients with kidney failure, for us it is a big problem
  • 77:27 giving them high doses of vitamin D.
  • 77:30 Because if I give a dose of vitamin D that causes excessive absorption of calcium, both of the bones of the intestine,
  • 77:40 I have to make sure that the kidneys expel him;
  • 77:44 However, if a person has the `kidney failure, I lose this certainty.
  • 77:49 So if a person has a kidney failure, this causes a lot more work,
  • 77:57 we have a lot more care than a person who has normal kidney function.
  • 78:04 Qusta is the only thing I can say `on` renal failure.
  • 78:08 There are diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, in which the immune system attacks the kidneys.
  • 78:16 We try to “stop” lupus before it causes renal injury.
  • 78:23 If the person already has renal lesions we have a lot more care.
  • 78:28 We start with a low dose of vitamin D for security that nothing will happen to the person.
  • 78:35 There is a need that the kidneys expel the excess calcium that is formed in the circulation
  • 78:43 and if the person has a kidney failure this becomes a problem.
  • 78:58 G6PD deficiency is one of the diseases which have increased in Italy as a result of endemic malaria.
  • 79:11 People with G6PD deficiency are resistant to malaria.
  • 79:19 It is the same type of natural selection that has happened with the deficiency of riboflavin.
  • 79:28 But I have no data to show me that vitamin D deficiency and G6PD are incompatible things,
  • 79:38 in the sense, that it can not give vitamin D to people who have deficiency of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase,
  • 79:46 which is called G6PD.
  • 79:49 I see no incompatibility.
  • 80:03 I do not have this information, that vitamin D may help people with dystonia.
  • 80:10 For now I do not have, but I can do a search,
  • 80:16 because vitamin D is a substance that has many functions,
  • 80:26 all cells respond to vitamin D;
  • 80:31 the fact that I have no information on this, or the fact that there has been no published study on the relationship between vitamin D and dystonia,
  • 80:40 these things are not to indicate that vitamin D may not be beneficial to people with dystonia.
  • 80:45 But I do not own the `information available at this time.
  • 80:59 No, we have no patient with adrenoleukodystrophy, which is a metabolic disease.
  • 81:05 There is a direct relationship with vitamin D.
  • 81:09 Many people who have degenerative diseases of the nervous system, can potentially be favored
  • 81:17 a reasonable dosage of vitamin D.
  • 81:21 Surely, these people can not stay with vitamin D deficiency, because you sovvraporrebbero two factors:
  • 81:30 the genetic disorder, hereditary, metabolic, just one disease and, in addition, deficiency of vitamin D,
  • 81:37 which can accelerate the progression of the disease.
  • 81:40 Then, we suggest to people who have neurological or metabolic diseases that do not have a direct relationship with vitamin D,
  • 81:51 suggest that they should, most of the other people, to maintain normal levels of vitamin D.
  • 82:00 We do not recommend high doses of vitamin D, but only normal doses of 10,000 IU per day.
  • 82:10 These people have to worry, most of the other people, not to be deficient in vitamin D.
  • 82:25 For a patient who takes these anticoagulants with vitamin D?
  • 82:31 Basic there is no incompatibility with the vitamin D, to make the treatment with the vitamin D,
  • 82:39 or high dose of vitamin D, always observing precautions: diet and hydration.
  • 82:48 We have no information that would cause any problems with the `use of anticoagulants.
  • 82:56 A warning is important for people suffering from hyperthyroidism, or high levels of thyroid hormones,
  • 83:09 and that do not take drugs or do not follow treatment that maintains normal levels of thyroid hormones,
  • 83:22 these people can be very sensitive to the toxic effects of vitamin D.
  • 83:28 The thyroid hormone potentiates the effect of vitamin D in mobilizing calcium from the bones.
  • 83:37 These people are more sensitive to vitamin D, those with untreated hyperthyroidism, uncontrolled.
  • 83:46 This is a notice, we have had two cases of people who developed hyperthyroidism,
  • 83:55 which have become more sensitive to vitamin D than it usually occurs;
  • 84:03 the level of sensitivity of these people is higher than those that have the normal thyroid function.
  • 84:17 Yes, we say to patients who need to take antibiotics or anti-inflammatory drugs that are toxic to the kidneys,
  • 84:29 which should increase hydration. Do not just drink 2.5 liters of fluid,
  • 84:35 but an extra liter: 3.5 liters of fluid a day,
  • 84:39 Because when the drug passes to the kidneys, in this way is diluted and decreases the nephrotoxic effect, that is toxic to the kidneys.
  • 84:59 The person who assumes 10,000 units of vitamin D takes the same dose of vitamin D
  • 85:04 that a young man would if dressed in leather short-sleeved shirt and shorts,
  • 85:12 leaving arms and legs exposed to the sun, a young person and clear skin, without the use of sunscreen,
  • 85:22 would produce 10,000 IU of vitamin D, which can not be considered a toxic dose of vitamin D.
  • 85:32 And there is not no need to do laboratory tests or to be under medical supervision,
  • 85:38 for the simple fact that an adult is taking 10,000 units of vitamin D.
  • 85:43 This, however, is not valid when it comes to children;
  • 85:45 underweight children, this dose may be excessive.
  • 85:59 Yes, it is important that the symposium has both a logical and productive;
  • 86:04 which allows to get in touch with professionals willing to work with this protocol,
  • 86:16 using vitamin D in favor of the patients, in this case we have any interest.
  • 86:24 Unproductive would go to Italy only to do what you’re doing right now here,
  • 86:35 that is, only to orient the audience, because only be repeating the same things.
  • 86:40 The medical staff was concerned, other professionals who are interested in the results of this treatment,
  • 86:50 can ask technical questions that have not been made here today.
  • 87:04 So, in this situation it would be very produtivo a trip to Italy,
  • 87:11 for the amount of people that can have a benefit with this treatment,
  • 87:16 for young people who may be blind or paraplegic due to multiple sclerosis
  • 87:23 or who might suffer for a lifetime effects of a disease such as inflammation of the colon, and many others already mentioned.
  • 87:34 The presence of a professional in Italy and put into practice this treatment,
  • 87:42 would provide a benefit to people who live in Italy immeasurable.
  • 87:52 You have no idea of ​​the benefits that you might have.
  • 87:56 And he would have the same satisfaction, the same level of gratitude, immense, that we are receiving,
  • 88:03 keeping people above the impact (“high”) of multiple sclerosis and autoimmune diseases.
  • 88:08 We lose a patient when it reaches the expected result (“high”),
  • 88:14 but receive as reward a friend for life and this is something that is priceless.
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