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"macri cadman" Discussed on Collective Insights

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08:20 min | 1 year ago

"macri cadman" Discussed on Collective Insights

"That's incredible. So tell me. How MS is what you were diagnosed with the this is a neuro degenerative disease that was progressive for you. So there's a couple of types of relapsing remitting MS. And then this very progressive MS that usually leads to death relatively quickly, and certainly lots of disability in between diagnosis and death, you phenomenally reverse that just in very inspirational way. So some people are diagnosed with MS, but there's a lot of other neurodegenerative diseases things like AL s Alzheimer's dementia. There's a whole Parkinson's a whole host of them. And there's a lot of similarities and some differences. Can you go into that? Sure. So. We got very intrigued with the level of information. The people say do these ever is he sees enhancing lesions showing a active inflation over time. You also see a mess. A lot of atrophy of the brain in the spinal cord in the level number of inflammatory lesions tends to diminish issue. Look at the others as is as Parkinson's Alzheimer's. There's there's not so Betty enhancing lesions, and you see the study Russian or steady level of atrophy. If you look microscopically, however, you'll see even Alzheimer's there's a lot of inflation. Parkinson's. There is a lot of. If you look at mental health issues, you may see some level activity certainly evidence for accidents stress, and again microscopically, there's evidence for installation one cents at a molecular level trips. Saad kinds indicate inflammation in terms of the. Kindel oxidative stress in terms of the higher levels of pollutants. Solta medals, we see that in all these Parkinson's Alzheimer's health problems, the new inflammatory diseases who whether it's no inflammation because of MS is of RA because of the Schatz inflammatory bowel disease. Those molecular things happening in all those diseases. The target systemically across the body may be a little different. Just one of the reasons why I took my book that we're treating the same Z's, I'm treating the cells trying to create a healthy environment for the cells in as we do that. Because life is a series of self correcting actions often these cells get certainly healthier leading to healthier tissues. We need to help your organs leading to decrease symptom. The to decrease need for medication. So we have to start backing off on what pressure minutes on ledger. Beds gives us the to decrease mental health beds any opportunity to think about any value, can we decrease these anti insulation, leads disease modifying in suppressing drugs. So it was has to be interpreted very carefully the context that individual person, but he'll certainly in my clinics in a private client. We see people with a wide variety of health challenges we use a personalized protocol. But the basis is very similar across all these things end we monitor the progress, we're often it with the story. Sleds? Get people off at bed simplify the medication lists occasionally people off medications entirely. So in your opinion, the diagnosis matter. Well, the diagnosis does matter that. Yes. Say hundred disease the postal life heinsohn's, I can probably improve their body live in slowdown the student the decline with a LS occasionally, we believe to stop the decline occasionally have significant improvement. For the. Everyone. We're guess what? Your disease is. The goal is still the same reduce airport information, reduce oxidative stress. Reduced toxin exposure improve the Himalaya Milou. What level of self-correcting chemistry can happen in what the impact is on overall symptom burden? So it does matter but addressing Sawyer function is what matters. So it sounds like the diagnosis is important in terms of prognosis and in terms of individualizing, but really most chronic inflammatory diseases will benefit from applying your type of protocol. Keep things you have to be. Steal the fog. Amir. Tell me about the role of mighty Qendra. I listen to your tedtalk recently. And that hawks significantly about the role of Medicare in the can you speak to that more. After years ago. The country are incestual congre was the first organism that developed the enzymes to handle oxygen more effectively in gave it a competitive advantage using gulped by larger 'Bacterial developed, a very happy cooperative relationship that would have all been to both organisms into animals, of course, eventually into us. It does mean that we depend on those Kandari degenerate energy for our cells that have since specialized into. Nerves phone gut. In atlanta. In the country working well that tissue that organ works. Really, well, but when the economy been poisoned, by toxins such as Macri Cadman or solvents or insecticides in the Medicare doesn't work. Well, it develops a lot of accident of stress can't make as much energy in that organ becomes dysfunctional in. So you may develop brain fog, or quality pain, or heart failure or visual dimming or worsening of your diabetes. Trying to help that function better can be two more fecta tissues, more effective organs, so much condos supplements can be very helpful. But often people if you keep feeding yourself terrible guys keeping yourself surrounded with toxic chemicals was kind of supplements will not do very much to get a stop poisoning by congress. So that's where the retarded diets in Pantin to toxic stores has such a profound impact in their times. Were added wants can be very nice. So you've talked about, you know, your research seen patients your travels around the world teaching about this. What what do you see the future of Terry walls being? But are you still seeing patients of somebody has been diagnosed with them, and they want to make it a point with you is that possible or do they go to one of your seminars, how do people learn from you, go to my website walls dot com. Forward slash diet. Can get a one page handout, very nice too quick summary of the concepts. I was like I use it all the time in my practice. I E mail it handed out to my patients, and it is very justifiable. Practical fantastic information about what to eat great start. What gives you more information, Rodman helpful? We have a seminar every summer where we have hundreds of people come patients collisions. The families to learn from me at my team for three days at a lot of skill building. Sonam a life changing experience, and we do basically

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"macri cadman" Discussed on Collective Insights

Collective Insights

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"macri cadman" Discussed on Collective Insights

"You know about a billion and a half years ago, the Micon rea- R ancestoral Medicare? Andrea was the first organism that did belt of the enzymes to handle oxygen more effectively in at gave it a competitive advantage was engulfed by larger 'Bacterial, and they developed a very happy cooperative relationship that would evolve into bowl title organisms into at most. Of course, eventually into us. It does mean that we depend on those mighty Connery degenerate energy for ourselves that have since specialized in into nerves phone got. Atlanta. In when the country working, well that tissue that organ works. Really well, put in the medical new been poisoned by toxic Macri, Cadman or solvents or insecticides in the Medicare doesn't work. Well, it develops a lot of oxidative stress can't make as much energy in that organ at becomes dysfunctional. And so you may develop brain fog, or quality pain, or heart failure or visual dimming or worsening of your diabetes. Trying to help that might Akon to function better can be to more fictitious more, effective organs. So Monica sup, let's can be very helpful. But often people if you keep feeding yourself at terrible guys, keep yourself surrounded with toxic chemicals was kinda supplements will not do very much to get a stop poisoning the by the congress. So that's where the retarded diets in Pantin to toxic stores has such profound impact. Welcome to the elective insights podcast today. We have a very special guest. Dr Terry walls, she healed herself from progressive MS. And now conducts clinical trials testing the efficacy of therapeutic lifestyle to treat multiple sclerosis related symptoms in this episode dive into lifestyle and diet changes that promote good health. Thanks so much for listening to our show. It really help us out. If you took a minute to leave us a review and a rating on I tunes. So that more people can find our podcast, the podcast is brought to you by neural hacker collective where we offer a line of cognitive enhancements up laments called Kuala check, the website neural hacker dot com to see how you can save fifty percent off your first order of quality mind or qualifications. Stay tuned for the April launch of our new product Tournus designed to beat aging and to be stress. Thanks again for joining us. Now, let's jump into the show. So welcome to collective insights. My name is Dr Sandison. I am contributor here at collective insights. And at neuro hacker collective as well as the founder and medical director of my own clinic north county natural medicine here in San Diego. And we everyone at neuro hacker is so excited and delighted all morning they've been saying how. Excited there. Listen to our conversation with Dr Terry walls, who's joining me today. Welcome Dr walls. For Hugh, welcome. So let me quickly introduce you. Dr Terry walls is a clinical professor at the university of Iowa where she can conducts clinical trials testing the efficacy of therapeutic lifestyle to treat multiple sclerosis related symptoms. In addition, she is the author of the walls protocol, how to how to beat progressive MS using paleo principles and functional medicine and the cookbooks that goes with it the walls protocol cooking for life. The revolutionary modern paleo plan to treat all chronic autoimmune conditions. You can learn more about her work from her website, WWW dot Terry, walls dot com, and she hosts the walls protocol seminar every summer where anyone can learn how to implement the protocol with ease success. So Dr wells, let's get into it. I'm so excited. You know, you have a cookbook that goes with your protocol and the diet, I as edition recommend your diet all day long. I love it. So break it down for me. How how does it work? So I have several levels. So people can transition graduates. I think it is important to give people tools that can be successful with the first level as the walls diet in the chemo. Sero are that we screwed. The most flammable foods gluten the protein in week rye barley K seeing the protein dairy in eggs in. That's because those three foods are the most common unrecognised food allergens. And then we ramp up the vegetables in particular green, leafy vegetables. Sofer contained vegetables in the cabbage onion mushroom family in deeply pigmented of vegetables like carrots peppers in berries fruits. People can still have the white colored fruits like payers, apples bananas. But that's after they've had nine cups of the green sulfur in other deeply pigmented. So for most folks they are eating at Minneapolis in bananas anymore because they're filling up on these other even more neutral dents. Let's get into the why why these foods and why some foods and not others. Okay. So removed through that people are more likely to have on recognize food sensitivity of because gluten sensitivity is a root cause for palms for many people with neuro psychiatric, psychological issues. People schizophrenia Parkinson's and MS had higher rates of antibodies against K seen Edward gluten for the simple reason, I would take gluten dairy out exit third most common of sensitivity to disease allergy asthma. For myself. I have a severe a galaxy as well. So we move those foods we have to ramp up these other foods greens, great source of bud. Mckay. One in this more more evidence that vitamin k one which is metabolize bacteria vitamin k to k seven of which absorbed by Ilham transported to our Liber in for the metabolize Decatur up cake four so that by great for men rising your teeth in your balls, but to also be important because it's an activator for neural stem cells, the progenitor cells that will make the cells that help nurture support mile. So this is a great way to support the brains way to repair itself having more rates in addition greens have allowed magnesium they'll have allowed of the. Antioxidants that are key for retinal hill. And interbreeding overall. Lots of leafy greens. How much part of what I love about your diet is that you really specific about how much these nine heads. How many of those? So you think of this as a dinner plate covered with vegetables wanna have three airplanes covered vegetables. And so I'd say dinner plate covered with Green's. You can have them raw. Or if the cook. Of course, when you cook through cups of grain, set shrinks down not a whole lot, maybe through force cups of greens in they. Right. That's okay. Over three cups. So okay. So it's three cups raw. It's okay. Then they so containing cabbage family unin family mushroom family soil for his very important to our metabolism. In terms of our blades detach supply compounds. It will also boost the enzymes involved in a little town production of antioxidant for smells and boost. The enzymes evolved making gamma may be tear gas, which is a very important to call a neuro transmitter for the brain it reduces narrow tax neuro excited, Texas ity too much glutamate, so very helpful at again looking for a full of cabbage containing onion contain got triples. Now garlic's are so potent that too close of girl because Queant to one Cup of cabbage case. So there's a little short k.

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