Treatment with combined protocol Y
Diseases to be treated with the combined protocol Y:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALE)
This injectable protocol is reserved to be applied by qualified healthcare professionals.
Tips on the combined protocol Y
The protocol to be applied is reserved only for medical professionals and protocol C is recommended for one month to detoxify the patient.
Definition of diseases treated with combined protocol Y
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (AS)
Neurodegenerative disease in which nerve cells that are in the brain and spinal cord are attacked by the nervous system.
ALS impairs the autonomy of the individual when it comes to communicating, eating, breathing and moving but leaves intact the senses, the intellect and the muscles of the eyes so it turns it into a cruel disease where the patient is aware of his dependence until the moment of death.
When motor neurons die, the brain loses control of muscle movements, causing patients to be immobilized in the final stage of the disease.
The disease usually appears from the age of 40 and is more common among men, it has a survival between 3-5 years from diagnosis although there are known cases that have lived longer, such as Stephen Hawking who exceeded 55 years of ALS disease, a disconcerting case for scientists.
Stephen Hawking started a gluten-free diet and eliminated dairy, sugars, processed foods, fats, vegetable oils and supplemented with vitamins and minerals such as folic acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C and other B vitamins, vitamin E, zinc, cod liver, this could lengthen life and break the statistics.
It is also known in the U.S. as Lou Gehrig's disease because of the baseball player who suffered from it and in France as Charcot's disease in honor of one of the pioneers of neurology.
LYS is a difficult disease to diagnose.
Types of ELA:
Sporadic Ela es la más común
Family ela es de herencia genética
Symptoms according to stage of the disease:
- Edema in legs
- Muscle weakness
- Continuous stumbles
- Difficulty speaking
- Bronchial secretions
- Respiratory failure
There is no treatment although some drugs are studied, without success yet, the drugs that are advised, serve to improve some of the symptoms.
There are documents of patients who have visibly improved symptoms leaving gluten as there could be a direct relationship between neurological diseases and gluten intake.