What is ALS (Lou Gehrig’s) ?
ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) is an attack on the nervous system specific to the neurons that control voluntary muscle control.
What are the symptoms of ALS (Lou Gehrigs)?
Signs or symptoms can be muscle weakness, overactive reflexes, or even large amounts of muscle loss. You usually will feel fatigued all over the body or even struggle to speak and lack of coordination. These are just a few of the possible signs.
What causes ALS (Lou Gehrigs)?
When we have a break down of any organ and the lymphatic system can not keep up on removing the breakdown and it gets into the bloodstream the body will also attack these organs. The break down can be due to the lack of nutrition, which the nerves begin to break down after the body is overwhelmed and it breaks down in the bloodstream the body will create antibodies to attack the nerves.
Is there anything natural I can do for ALS (Lou Gehrigs)?
Supplements can play a role in alleviating or eliminating the symptoms of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s). Supplements aid the body in its own ability to address ALS (Lou Gehrig’s). By unleashing the Forbidden Doctor within, our protocols give support to a body healing itself.
ALS (Lou Gehrig’s) ProtocolDr. Jack and Mary Stockwell, CGP, have a specific supplement protocol for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s) however we do not recommend nutritional support for non-patients using generic protocols. To access our Patient-Only content on The Forbidden Doctor website, you must start by filling out our free Symptom Survey. Dr. Stockwell and his staff will review and provide customized supplement protocols for each new patient entering our practice. These personalized protocols will save you money immediately by guiding you to only the supplements you need. Once you are a patient who has been evaluated, you will be granted access to the Patient Portal and all of our Symptom Library protocols, including this one. There will also be a treasure trove of forbidden information that’s been kept from you for at least 90 years.
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