Thursday, February 26, 2015

For: Ben Stiller's "Project ALS"

Information from Healthy Healing 14th Edition, Linda Page, Ph.D., Traditional Naturopath. "M.S. (Multiple Sclerosis) and A.L.S. (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)" Page 508:

     For half a million Americans, Multiple Sclerosis is a progressive, central nervous system disease where the myelin sheath wrapping the nerves is damaged. Triggered by an auto-immune reaction (where the immune system attacks itself) to viruses like herpes or Epstein Barr, the immune system creates antibodies to the brain's myelin which bears an uncanny resemblance to the viruses. Research links low essential fatty acids and lack of vitamin D to myelin sheath degeneration and MS.  (Myelin is naturally high in essential fatty acids.) MS must be treated vigorously. A little therapy does not work, but long lasting remission is possible. Natural therapies take 6 months to a year (time well spent - MS drug treatments of fail and have severe side effects). Strong immune defense is essential. A.L.S. (Lou Gehrig's disease) affects skeletal muscle nerves with progressive muscle wasting as the muscles lose their nerve supply. Treat both MS and A.L.S. for nerve damage first, then work to restore muscle function and immune health. Transdermal histamine therapy (Prokarin) shows good results. (Contact EDMS at 360-654-0448 or check out Stem cell treatment for MS removes damaged white blood cells, and then replenishing them with the patient's own bone marrow cells is very promising. Are you at risk for MS? Initial onset of numbness, tingling and fatigue occurs between age 30 and 45, more often in women. Visual loss, preceded by blurring, double-vision and eyeball pain, follows. Breathing difficulty, slurred speech, a staggering gain, tremors, dizziness, bladder and bowel problems result from partial paralysis onset. Men become sexually impotent as nerves degenerate. Symptoms mimic Lyme disease. MRI is typically used to diagnose MS, but sufferers will soon be able to track their illness with Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT).

Diet and Lifestyle Support Therapy ~ Nutritional Therapy Plan: A healthy diet deters the onset of M.S. attacks.
1. Malnutrition and stress often precede M.S. Follow a cleansing diet for 2 months, similar to one for Candida albicans (see pg. 366). Then, follow a modified macrobiotic diet (pg. 119) for 6 months. Take potassium broth (pg 299) twice a week. Kombucha mushroom drink, along with a mild liver detox has led to marked improvement in several cases because it cleans out trigger toxins. Take Alpha Lipoic Acid 300-600 mg, Crystal Star Liver Renew caps 6 daily and Liver Cleanse Flushing Tea and Vitamin C, 1/4 tsp every hour to bowel tolerance, daily for a month. (Reduce to 5,000 mg daily after the cleanse). Take a catnip enema or spirulina implant once a week for several months. 
2. Reduce saturated fats from red meats and dairy foods and increase healthy essential fatty acids from food like seafoods and seaweeds. The diet should  be 70-80% fresh foods, with plenty of salads and green drinks, 15-20% fresh fruits, and 5-10% vegetable proteins from sprouts, legumes and seeds. Eat fish and sea veggies with a bowl of brown rice every day for B vitamins and EFAs. Also try Nutricology Progreens, or Crystal Star Systems Strength drink with EFAs from sea veggies. Pure Planet Chlorella stimulates immune B and T cells. 
3. Keep sugar levels low. Avoid all fried foods, fatty dairy foods and caffeine foods. Avoid meats except fish. Reduce high gluten foods. Avoid artificial sweeteners (aspartame), and MSG foods. Eliminate pectin candies like gummy bears or fruit jellies. 
Bodywork: Sunlight and vitamin D influences the remission of M.S. There are far less incidences of the disease in sun-belt regions. Mild daily exercise, guided imagery, massage therapy and mineral baths are useful.
• Acupuncture is proven to ease symptoms
• Bee venom therapy can produce dramatic results, even in advanced cases. Contact the American Apitherapy Society at 631-470-9446
• Remove mercury amalgam fillings. C'est Si Bon Chlorenergy helps if you have amalgam fillings removed. 
Herbal, Superfood and Supplement Therapy ~ Interceptive therapy plan: Choose 2 to 3 recommendations.
1. Rebuild Strong Nerve Structure: Crystal Star Relax Caps (highly successful), All One Green Phytobase, or Planetary Myelin Sheath Support formula with oatseed tea for nerve pain, Ashwagandha drops counter fatigue, Soloray Centella Asiatica for nerve repair, Ginkgo biloba extract for tremor and brain boost, Chondroitin sulfate-A 1200 mg for spine help, with magnesium 400 mg 3x daily, Pacific Biologic Adaptrin, Jarrow Gentle Fibers drink helps nerve tissue.
2. Preserve Brain Cells with Amino Acid Therapy: NADH, 10 mg in the morning, Phosphatidyl serine 300 mg daily/3 months, Vitamin D3 2000IU daily with DHA (Mushroom Wisdom DHA is a good choice). Lysine 500mg daily, Acetyl-Carnitine 1000mg, Anabol Naturals Amino Balance, Threonine for spasticity, CoQ10 260 mg daily. Glutathione 100mg daily. For A.L.S.: Amino acid therapy may slow deterioration rate up to 75% (better than drugs). I recommend a full spectrum formula like Anabol Naturals Amino Balance 3x daily. Lithium orotate may prevent/delay A.L.S. progression: Ask your holistic physician.
3. Essential Fatty Acids is Key: Evening Primose Oil caps 4-6, Barleans Total Omega Swirl or Omega-3 Rich Flax Oil 3x daily, Green Foods Wheat Germ Extract with EFA's, Crystal Star Pro-Est Balance a wild yam source for hormone balance, DHA 200 mg daily with Beta carotene 150,000IU, Egg Yolk Lecithin and cold water fish oils 3x daily, for M.S.-related eye damage. Use enzyme therapy for inflammation, Transformation Purezyme protease or Crystal Star Dr. Enzyme with Protease and Bromelain to reduce inflammation.
4. Boost B-Vitamins and Minerals: Sublingual B-12, 2500 mcg 2 daily for 1 month with Germanium 150 mg, then every other day for 2 months, Nature's Secret Ultimate B or B-complex 150 mg daily, extra folic acid 400 mcg 2x daily, Niacin therapy: 500 mg 3x daily with B6 500mg. Crystal Star Calcium Source extract with sea veggies or Lane Labs Advacal Ultra with vitamin D. CC Pollen Royal Jelly 2 tsp.
5. Enhance the Adrenals: Vitamin K 100mcg daily, American Biologics Sub-Adrene, Crystal Star Adrenal Energy with sea veggies.

The End ~ May something in the above-written information resonate and bring you renewed health. 

All the Best,
Deborah Gilson

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Could This Be Magic?

                The past six months’ filth built up on my truck, however, I wasn’t up for giving my big, bad buddy a bubble bath therefore, I felt it sufficient to only wash the rims. I grabbed a bucket, pair of screaming yellow rubber gloves, a scrubber, Murphy’s Oil Soap and a step stool to sit on.   In a matter of seconds Palmer, the five-year-old boy next door, came charging out of his house with his powerful sword, a stick from the yard, gripped tightly in his tiny hand. He grabbed the scrubber in his other hand and began helping.
            “Dude, your tireth are tho dirty!” he exclaimed with his youthful speech.  I told him we’d give them an extra cleaning so my truck would run smoother. He raced from one tire to the next turning the dirt into muddy globs, which made me smile. After 30 minutes, we admired our efforts.
            We piled all the cleaning items back into the emptied bucket and then cleaned the water bowl set out for the neighborhood cats. He noticed one of the neighbor’s cats and asked, “Ith that Maxth?” I said it was and told Palmer Max always comes right over when he sees I’ve put fresh water in the bowl. He leaned over and gently pet Max’s coat while Max lapped up the water.
            Palmer stood up, looked at me and asked, “Hey, do you like my mom?” Curious, I said, “Yes, I do. I also like your father and your three brothers.” He put his first finger to his scraped chin and then asked, “Do you like me?” I said, “You bet I do!” He tilted his head to the side and asked, “Why do you like me?” I said, “Because you’re kind to me, you help me pick the weeds in my yard, you pick flowers to put in my hair, you talk to me really nicely and you’re always happy to see me.”
            Palmer then asked me to tie the string back on his sword and said, “You and me need to go on a date. I’ll get Thanta’s sleigh to pick you up in. You can buy me an ithe cream cone and thome Legoths. I’ll buy you a purple hat with a purple flower and a ring, k?” I told him that sounded perfect.
            His mother called his name and I walked him to their mini van. She told me they’re going to look at a new home and will be moving April 1 as the owners were returning in a month. I was crushed and told her I’d miss them dearly. I let her know Palmer was the biggest help with my yard work and washing the rims of my truck.
With that, Palmer pointed at me and said to his mother, “Mom, me and her are going on a date.” Her eyes flew open wide and asked him, “Did you say you’re going on a date?” He nodded his head up and down while climbing into the far back seat of the family van. I asked her whether I could give him a dime for helping and she said that’d be fine.
               As their van pulled away, I saw Palmer’s tiny hand waving from the back seat and I solemnly waved back. This afternoon’s treasured time with Palmer reminded of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s insightful words, “We find in the beauty and happiness of children that which makes the heart too big for the body.” Yes, it was in fact magic.

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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Deborah Gilson's Resume'

Deborah Gilson
Redding, CA. 96001  
Google: deborah gilson author                                                                                                                                                   

Highlights:                                    ·   Talented in working with people and animals.
·   Strong background in all phases of writing, editing, animal care, organizing closets and wardrobes.
·   Honest, friendly, outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal, poised in professional and social settings.

Professional Skills
Sales and Retail Skills:
·   Greet customers and ascertain what each customer wants or needs.
·   Describe merchandise and explain use, operation and care of merchandise to customers.
·   Recommend, select and help locate or obtain merchandise based on customer needs and desires.

Author / Writer Skills:
·   Write to customers in their terms and on their level so advertiser's sales message is readily received.
·   Discuss with client the product, advertising themes, methods and any changes to be made in advertising copy.
·   Edit or rewrite existing copy as necessary and submit copy for approval to supervisor.

Rancher / Rescue Animals Skills:
·   Care, health, protection, feeding, cleaning, watering, handling, adoptions and well-being of all animals.

Experience:                            Self-Employed                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Woodside, CA.
                                                                                                                        Author / Writer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 July 1997 to Present

                              Volunteer                                                                                             June 2013 to Present
                              Another Chance Animal Welfare League: A No-Kill Shelter

                                                                                                                        Non-Profit - Lone Pine Ranch                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Woodside, CA.
                                                                                                                        Owner / Manager                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           July 1997 to June 2013

                                                                                                                        Margaret Johnston                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Atherton, CA.
                                                                                                                        Caregiver                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                March 2013 to June 2013

Education:                                    University of Hawaii ~ Manoa                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Honolulu, HI.
                                                                                                                        Bachelor of Science                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                                                        Brooks College                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Long Beach, CA.
                                                                                                                        Associate of Art

Talk Back: The McFib and Cruel Gestation Crates: November 10, 2011


Yesterday, I wrote about arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court by the slaughterhouse industry and pork producers, working hand-in-hand with the Obama administration, to nullify a California law to stop cruelty to farm animals too sick or injured to walk. There was widespread news coverage about the case, and most reporters interpreted the reactions of the justices as favoring the slaughterhouse industry and the Obama administration over the state of California and HSUS and the other animal protection groups. It will be several months, in all likelihood, before the high court issues its ruling.


It’s not the only legal forum where we are battling the pork industry. Last week, The HSUS filed a complaint against Smithfield Foodsfor claiming that it keeps pigs in an “ideal” environment where their “every need is met,” and not surprisingly, it drew broad media attention and outrage. Our 2010 undercover investigation revealed a very different story at a Smithfield subsidiary: breeding pigs nearly immobilized in narrow crates, some biting the bars until their mouths bled, and animals with open sores and abscesses.
Since Smithfield is a top supplier of pork to McDonald’s, we’re urging the fast food company to move away from gestation crates in its supply line and urging Smithfield to make a specific commitment to phase out this extreme confinement.
Many of you were upset by the Smithfield news and wrote in with your comments:
It's painful looking at the pigs in their gestation crates, with blood on the cement before their eyes. Without using words the way we do, they're communicating their pain and agony. On the opposite end of the spectrum, I walk into my barn and wrap my arms around Howard, my 500-pound pink pig, sharing with him what the McDonald's pigs will never have. If a picture is worth a thousand words, how else may I convey pigs feel like we do?     —Deborah Gilson
Deborah and Howard, her Rescued Hog