Alternative Solutions

Throughout this blog, I am going to talk about alternative solutions for diseases. This could include a variety of options from diet to exercise, and even drugs and supplements. This blog is really mostly about my journey and my experiences. So far, I have been extremely thrilled with my own alternative solutions and how much they have improved my life. I am hoping that through my experiences, other people can benefit. I am in no way pushing any solution, but want to at least talk about alternative solutions because for some people, it is their best option. If you would like to read about what alternative solutions have worked for me, please go to the page “My Current Alternative Medications”.

6 Responses

  1. Are you not on your website anymore. I noticed nothing since 2012. Hope everything is okay. I enjoy reading what you have to say.

  2. Hi Sarah,

    I read elsewhere on your site that you are taking vitamin D and that it helps your RA.
    May I suggest an alternative way to look at vitamin D?
    It’s very clear that there is a strong correlation between a low level of vitamin D and illness. The problem is that almost all American doctors have jumped on the bandwagon of believing that the illnesses are a result of a vitamin D deficiency. They’re trying to cure hundreds if not thousands of different illnesses by prescribing vitamin D, often is shockingly huge doses.
    Scientists Lida Mattman, PhD and Trevor Marshall, PhD have conducted research (separately) which proves that it is infections of Cell-Wall-Deficient (CWD) bacteria that are the real cause of millions of cases of low vit D levels. These (miserable) bacteria actually steal your vit D and then use it against you! They literally attack the Vitamin D Receptor (VDR) in the cells of the immune system. The bacteria actually use ligands (tiny, microscopic ropes) to literally tie up the VDR, which is the kingpin of the immune system. So taking vit D is only aiding and abetting the enemy.
    So, why do people feel better by taking vitamin D? According to Professor Marshall it’s because “vitamin D” isn’t a vitamin at all – it’s a seco-steroid, which is a precursor to a steroid. The “vitamin” D is helping to produce natural steroids which, as we are all learning, is a substance that puts a damper on the immune system. Since the immune system is quieted down by the “D”, it is no longer fighting and, hence, we feel better.
    I avoid supplemental “vitamin” D like the plague and, instead, focus my efforts on killing the &^%# CWD bacteria that has infected my thyroid, heart, lungs, etc.
    Rheumatoid Arthritis may also be caused by a CWD bacteria and is a common symptom of Lyme Disease. A huge percentage of Lyme sufferers, maybe even a majority, have never experienced the bulls eye rash so they don’t believe they have LD. But LD can even be passed from mother to baby, generation after generation. Did either of your parents or perhaps your grandparents have RA?

  3. Danny Hi,
    I am sorry that you were disappointed with Neprinol ,however one bottle is hardly enough to have an affect on any problem.
    It is essential that you get the correct Neprinol for your complaint(see the many blogs re this )
    I can tell you from my own experience that it took about 4 bottles to get things moving along nicely and that did not mean that I could stop taking them.It is an ongoing fight

    Regards
    Howard

  4. Hi Sarah
    After reading from your site discovered in searching about Neprinol, I have used a whole 300 pill bottle with only moderate comfort but no real results, but you just might have explain why with Serracor-NK. My primary motivation for writing is due to my finding the website http://www.thedoctorwithin.com/intro.php
    For me the information on that site made a whole lot of sense, which accounts for all our suffering and conditions.
    Know wonder we are so sick, I now have a reason and intend do act upon this information. I encorage you to please take a look and read as much as feel is relivant.

  5. James,
    Interesting website…..I’ll have to give it a more thorough look, but thanks for the help!
    Best wishes,
    –Sarah

  6. Check this web site:

    http://www.emofree.com/

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