21: Restless Legs and How to Stop the Shaking and Pain Forever

Stop the Pain and Shaking of Restless Leg Syndrome Forever
[x_custom_headline type=”left” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h3″]What Is Restless Leg Syndrome?

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS for short) is a misfiring of chemical signals controlling the muscles of your legs. While cramping and waking up in the middle of the night are nuisances, the more chronic versions of this condition lead to constant pain and shaking of the legs.

[x_custom_headline type=”left” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h3″]The Role of Nutrition in RLS

As with most maladies in the body, chemical misfires often occur as a direct result of chemical imbalances brought on by malnutrition. “Fine”, you say, “but how do I stop Restless Leg Syndrome?!” Calcium is the key when it comes to the health of the chemical signals from your brain reaching your muscles. But we’re not talking about the calcium from pasteurized milk or the synthetic garbage in most supplements. We’re talking whole food solutions to nourish your body’s chemical receptors in the proper, natural way.

Why You Should Listen:

Shaking, aching, crawling, and pain—we all know somebody with Restless Leg Syndrome.  There are even non-food medications for it, if you don’t mind the myriad of side effects that come along with them.  Tune in for what may be the simplest protocol we’ve ever discussed… and get rid of restless legs forever!

What You Will Hear:

  • [00:02:10] Restless Leg—what’s the connection?
  • [00:02:30] Grace’s testimony: “It’s like a miracle!”
  • [00:04:40] Lessons from Gross Anatomy I
  • [00:06:40] Action potential run amok—stop the insanity!
  • [00:10:20] The secret ingredient… and how to get it where it needs to be to work its magic!
  • [00:15:45] Not just any calcium—find out why!
  • [00:20:05] A bonus protocol for ONLY those listening
  • [00:20:20] What if sugar is the problem?
  • [00:22:00] But what about magnesium?
  • [00:24:50] The problem with Roundup
  • [00:26:20] Why mountains are immovable and why we shouldn’t eat them
  • [00:27:10] Want restless legs?  Take Tums!
  • [00:29:15] What not to do if you have restless legs.
  • [00:30:00] What do rigor mortis and Restless Leg Syndrome have in common?
  • [00:34:50] The kinds of things you can look forward to if you choose medication.
  • [00:36:55] Side effects of nutritional supplements used to cure RLS.
  • [00:39:35] 4 minutes to ending restless legs.  Do you have 4 minutes?


“It’s like a Miracle!  It always works.  And if I forget to give it to my husband for a couple of nights his restless legs always come back.” – G. Warren

For more information about any of the supplements or protocols mentioned in today’s episode please call us at: (801) 523-1890

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10 thoughts on “21: Restless Legs and How to Stop the Shaking and Pain Forever

  1. Jeff Bell D.C. says:

    Hey Doctors ( I used plural because “Doctor” means Teacher. Or at least it used to). You guys produce my favorite podcasts(wasn’t big on the death and emotional ones). I hear Dr. Jack going on about the usefulness of Cod oil. However, I hear Dr. Joe (Mercola) saying that Krill oil is a better source of the Omegas and less contaminated then other sources(heavy metals). Is there one that is better overall? Or should both be taken for different reasons?
    Ps. Dr. Jack has me seeking to learn more about Upper Cervical.
    Keep up the great work, Dr. Bell

    • forbiddendoctor says:

      Thanks Dr. Bell for your questions and comments. You’re talking about two different things. If you want essential oils, such as omega 3, krill is fine, so is South Pacific tuna. But we’re not recommending cod liver oil for the omega 3 content, though it does contain some omega 3 oil, we recommend cod liver for high quality vitamin A & vitamin D content. The fleshy body of any fish is much higher in essential oils such as omega 3 than vit’s A & D, though the flesh contains both, the liver of the cod is much higher in vit’s A & D than omega 3. So while both the vitamins and the essential oil nutrients are found in the fish the concentration levels are different from the liver to the flesh, it depends on what you’re looking for. In our home, we use cold liver oil for Vitamins A & D, we use fish oil (SP’s Tuna Omega 3) for the Omega 3’s.
      Thanks for writing, The Forbidden Doctor(s).

  2. Pat Fitch says:

    I recently listen to your podcast regarding restless leg syndrome and did the protocol you suggested. The very first night I had relief from the pain in my leg and numbness in my toes. I am not even sure if I have restless leg syndrome, but wanted to give it a try. For over a year I have had the pain and numbness, it woke me up two or three times a night. I could move my leg to a different position and it would let up and allow me to go back to sleep. I have used your protocol for five nights now and have slept well. I am still aware of the numbness in my toes during the day, but it does not bother me at night. I have listen to all of your podcasts so far and find them to be full of wonderful information. I look forward to new podcasts as they come.

    • forbiddendoctor says:

      Thank you so much for sharing with us your wonderful results from the Restless Legs Protocol! Your story could be the one that touches someone and improves their life so much! We would like to know which protocol you used? The “Sugar Related or Hypoglycemic” protocol, or the “Calcium Magnesium Deficiency” protocol? Or both? And did you use the Cramplex Medi-Herb product also?

      Thanks again. You created so much good in the world for sharing that.

      The Forbidden Doctor

  3. Pat Fitch says:

    I only did the calcium and magnesium. I am still doing it, I will continue for a few months. I still have some slight pain on occasion, but for the most part I am sleeping well. I faithfully listen to your podcasts even though many do not pertain to anything that I have, but I get a lot of other information. The two of you do a great job, good combination. So glad I found you.

  4. Jane Ross says:

    Hi, I listened to your podcast #21 about restless leg syndrome. My husband wakes up in the middle of the night on most nights with these twitching, cramping legs and it is really effecting his quality of life. What is the best way to purchase the supplements in your protocol?

    • Theforbiddendoctor says:

      Hi Jane,

      We recommend he (and you) take our free symptom survey. Our nutritionists will evaluate your results and make targeted recommendations. With a free 30 minute consult, we will set up your online account and get you access to all of our symptom library protocols, as well as the products needed to fulfill them. You can go here to get started:


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