How did you feel?

Submitted by JaneK on Thu, 2018-01-11 13:23

pulse 7 is, by far, the hardest yet! i haven’t measured my BP, but i feel very faint and tired, my breathing is not easy and my shoulders ache. If i were a quitter i’d stop, but i’m not. I know Sarah described her fourth as the worst and i know we’re all different, but could anyone tell me their worst?

Pulse 7

Submitted by JaneK on Mon, 2018-01-08 11:37

Day1 of pulse 7 and, so far,  i can feel the abx! Which, i guess, is a good sign!But, in truth, i wanted to post about vitamin B12, and, strangely, just saw Rica’s  response to a different post,, mentioning her intake of it.

New Year - New Life

Submitted by hdwhit on Wed, 2018-01-03 19:39

I completed the Wheldon Protocol for MS several years ago. Since then, my follow-up MRIs have all been "remarkably stable".  I don't hide the fact I did the Wheldon Protocol without medical supervision from my doctors - in fact I shave the documents and the MRIs under their noses any time they will let me.  Still, only my primary care doctor (who is an O.D., not an M.D.) is willing to believe the treatment had any effect on the disease. That's too bad for the other patients who could be helped by it, but great news for me.

NAC as a partial cause of high uric acid?

Submitted by luckypenny on Sun, 2017-12-31 08:39

I have higher uric acid over the past 2 years am and looking for the cause (s). Diet is fine. I read that NAC in larger doses can cause this...I am not on abx anymore, but have maintained the NAC dosage in the Wheldon protocol. Is there rather a "maintenance" dose of NAC to take instead?I would like to try that to see if urate levels go down.

immune system

Submitted by Robert777 on Tue, 2017-12-26 18:46

If the brain is in control as stated by scientists at the university of virginia in june 2015 then how is it called auto immune, it dont make sense to me, the brain is directly connected to the lymphatic system according to these scientists by vessels not previously thought to exist, only bacteria would impede it from doing its job , after all 10 trillion bacteria cells versus 1 trillion human cells is apparently what we have,, think we are heavily outnumbered, can we still rely on Thunderbirds for assistance, anyone know?. Robert.

immune system

Submitted by Robert777 on Tue, 2017-12-26 02:44

if the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels that have previously not thought to exist, then why is diseases called auto immune disease, when the brain is in control, what am i missing here, can anyone comment on that.Robert