Barbara is struggling with Dupuytren’s contracture in both her hands. And she says she’s tried putting magnesium every morning, that doesn’t seem to stop the progression of this spreading.
And she’s wondering if you had any other suggestions. She’s living the raw food diet as much as she can.
Brian Clement of Hippocrates Institute: Well, I mean you’ve got to be committed to the whole program, and you can’t vary it and go back and forth. Earlier today, I said to somebody, “Are you on the Hippocrates diet?” “Yes, I am. I am battling Parkinson’s disease, but I do eat fish occasionally.” Well, you can’t be wishy-washy. If you expect to get well, you’ve got to be very serious about it, and diet is part of it.
The other part is to use laser therapy, the kind of therapies that people are using here at Hippocrates Health Institute all of the time. And these are widely available. If you’re lucky, you can find people, doctors in your local area that can not only administer to you the therapy but teach you about it, and you can even purchase relatively inexpensive handheld laser units now. And these are the kind of things, as she learned here, that need to be used along with lifestyle when you have a progressive disease.