Protein Supplements for ALS

Posted by EV (Anon) on 08/25/2013

Hi Ted, This is my first time ever writing to someone about my brother's ALS. He was diagnosed April, 2013 but the doctor felt he had ALS for at least a year. He is wheel chair bound and cannot use his arms (he can move his arms a little and he can move hands and fingers). He is able to eat and he is also receiving supplements through his G-tube. He can still speak, however, his voice is getting weaker and softer. He feels he is progressing. He is currently taking the following:

Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Multivitamin, CoQ10, aspirin, magnesium, inosine , lisinopril, lipitor, Rilizole, Vitamin D, Clonidine, lysine 1/2 teas/6xdaily, threorine 1/4 teas/6x daily, glutamine 1/2teas/6x daily, humic/fulvic acid 2 tablespoons/day, clove oil applied to neck, spine,hands, arms and feet/4 times daily. He drinks alkaline water and maintaing ph level 7.25.

Please let us know if you have any suggestions. We would really appreciate your advice.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
08/25/2013
384 posts

I don't think meds are going to help especially lipitor, it even weakens healthy people. Hydrogen peroxide 3% one to two capfuls in one liter of water as the drinking water helps some. Taurine chloramine has been shown to help adenoviral infection that infects the central nervous system. Also helpful is lysine, and the threonine is too low of a dose, you can add more. Alkaline water is not really alkaline as it is electrostatically charged in some brands. Mannitol about 3 to 4 teaspoons added one time a day with PABA (one teaspoon) neutralized with one teaspoon of baking soda seems to help. The mannitol prevents microbial attachment from healthy cells getting infected while the PABA is a good all around internal "antiseptic" for the body as well as having antiglycation agents, and it seems to improve mental function in people as a result, which was first noted in Ana Aslan's GH3, the component that work was actually the PABA, for the anti aging effects.

Ted


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