Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease and motor neuron disease, is one of the most misunderstood and mysterious diseases of our time. There is a lot of misinformation about ALS and many misdiagnoses of this disease that lead to devastating consequences. If you or a loved one is suffering from ALS, it is important to know that there is hope. A cure is possible once you understand what's really behind ALS.

What is behind the diagnosis of ALS

The technical name of this disease in Greek means "without food for the muscles". Although doctors have a diagnosis to give people, ALS is still a complete mystery to the medical community. In the conventional medical world, you'll probably hear ALS described as a motor neuron disease. This is almost true. Medical science and research still don't know that ALS is actually a viral inflammatory disease where viruses feed on toxic heavy metals in the system, and this can affect neurons. Aluminum is usually one of the metals that is present in high levels in the brain and other parts of the body.

If you have been diagnosed with ALS, you probably have a variety of heavy metals in your body, including an abundance of aluminum. As Anthony William shares in his book The Healing Medium , these toxic metals are the perfect fuel for viruses. In the case of ALS, there is usually a severe viral infection of HHV-6 combined with several other strains of herpes viruses that feed on these metals. When symptoms become more severe and mild numbness and tingling develop into an acute loss of muscle control, this is often due to severe brain inflammation caused by the viral infection.

If you're in a wheelchair and doctors seem concerned about your chances of survival, your body may be overrun with viruses. Once you get to that point, you can still change your status. In this case, it is critical to work with a general practitioner or specialist to create a treatment protocol that includes foods and supplements that naturally fight viruses and remove heavy metals from the body.

The medical community is still sadly unaware of the true causes of human suffering when it comes to most neurological symptoms and conditions. A doctor may blame your genes or suggest that your body is attacking itself, but these modern ideas are wrong and harmful. Anthony William examines this issue in depth in his book Thyroid Healing .

A reckless diagnosis

ALS is a real disease, just like other chronic diseases, but the harmful beliefs associated with an ALS diagnosis can destroy people's health instead of helping them understand that they are fully capable of healing.

Being diagnosed with ALS today can have a similar effect on someone as a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS had on people during the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. This retrovirus was not the reason people were dying, but because the death sentence was so strongly associated with this diagnosis, people quickly fell into a hopeless, desperate state that greatly affected their overall health. Many of the people who had this almost benign retrovirus also suffered from horrible strains of strep that caused pneumatic problems; multiple herpes viruses , including HHV-7, HHV-8, HHV-9, and the undiscovered varieties that Anthony William discovered, including HHV-10, HHV-11, and HHV-12; and/or have suffered from exposure to pollutants, toxins, drugs and toxic heavy metals.

For a number of reasons other than the retrovirus, people have experienced a complete breakdown of their immune systems. When people were diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in the early and mid-1980s, they did not even consider the possibility of survival, and this caused many people to quickly give up and break down mentally and physically. The reason that very few people seem to be dying of HIV anymore is because the sources who perpetuate this harmful lie have gone silent. This allows people's immune systems to strengthen and stay strong.

A diagnosis of ALS seems to affect people in a similar way, which is why Anthony William often calls it a "reckless diagnosis." It is important to understand the burden that a diagnosis can have and how beliefs about the diagnosis can lead to overwhelming fear or panic. If a person has severe viral infections, their condition can worsen because of these emotional reactions.

In the medical world, getting a diagnosis of ALS is essentially a guessing game. The doctor will likely watch the patient struggle with more and more symptoms as prescribed immunosuppressive drugs, steroids, or antibiotics fail to improve their condition. If the patient continues to get steadily worse, the doctor may diagnose him with ALS (or another neurological disease).

The current neurological tests that doctors use to identify ALS are far from infallible and rarely offer information that doctors can use with complete certainty. Many neuroscientists we consulted on this matter agree with this. They mention numerous cases in which, in perfectly healthy patients, neurological tests have shown disturbing results. However, the patient never struggled with the alleged problems and they did not develop over time. You may still want to have neurological tests, but be aware of the potential inaccuracies of the tests.

Incidence in men and women

Men are diagnosed with ALS slightly more often than women. Although historically men have often been considered stronger than women in various ways when it comes to fighting disease, women have consistently demonstrated a stronger will to live than their male counterparts.

Women have a powerful will to survive, to grow stronger and endure the vicissitudes of life. This fiery will helps women bear the burden of the diagnosis as well as the symptoms and conditions better than most men. In many cases, men deteriorate quickly after being given diagnoses that make them feel bad or worthless for an extended period of time. This is especially true in cases where a sense of hopelessness is already attached to the diagnosis, as with the diagnosis of ALS.

Overcoming the diagnosis of ALS

47-year-old James, the patient we are about to tell about, began to notice stiffness in his arms, shoulders, and legs while performing his duties as a factory worker. Then he started experiencing muscle twitches and numbness. The neurologist diagnosed James with ALS based on his symptoms alone. This is a complete misdiagnosis. In fact, James had symptoms of Guillain-Barre syndrome, another mysterious illness. Anthony William shares the real cause of Guillain-Barre syndrome - which is unknown to the medical community, in his book The Healing Medium

Shortly after James was diagnosed with ALS, he began experiencing seizures. He sought the opinion of two other specialists who did not contradict the ALS diagnosis and who suggested that in about five to seven years his body would completely decay. This news puts James in a state of constant stress and emotional turmoil. All of this exacerbated James' symptoms and fueled his growing panic. At this time, James' wife, Julie, learns about Anthony William and arranges a meeting with him.

He concluded that James had the herpes virus HHV-6 in his brain , as well as heavy metals, including high levels of aluminum and copper. After this evaluation, the couple noted that they must have come to the wrong place because James was diagnosed with ALS. Anthony William explains to James that he was just diagnosed with his mysterious illness, not the real cause.

He explains to James and Julie that a viral inflammatory condition in James' brain is responsible for his neurological problems. His body is fighting not only HHV-6, but also two other herpes viruses . These viruses that entered his brain and spinal cord feed on the high level of aluminum as well as other heavy metals found in his body.

The spirit recommends that James return to the factory where he worked and request an investigation into his exposure to heavy metals. The investigation found that aluminum oxide gas was leaking from a damaged ventilation pipe in the area where James worked. This aluminum dust and vapor, a by-product of working with aluminum, had been silently poisoning the factory workers for months, and it was unknown until James met Anthony William.

Once James no longer believed he was about to die, his symptoms quickly improved. Part of his protocol was a heavy metal detox plan that helped pull aluminum, copper, and mercury out of his body and brain. He also used natural antiviral supplements (for dietary supplement recommendations and their dosages, read Liver Help ) to fight HHV-6 and other herpes viruses in his body.

Instead of suffering for five years until his body completely broke down, as the experts had predicted, James made a full recovery and was able to return to the life he had led before his illness.

Steps to healing

Over the years, Anthony William has helped a number of other people completely reverse their neurological symptoms diagnosed as ALS. Below in the article are some suggestions and recommendations that can help you begin your journey to healing and living a full, vibrant life.

Glucose and mineral salts

If you suffer from a neurological symptom or condition, including enough glucose in your diet is critical. To heal, the central nervous system needs an abundance of natural sugar, which is found in fruits and carbohydrate-rich vegetables such as potatoes and sweet potatoes.

High-fat, high-protein, high-carbohydrate diets are not preferable for people with ALS, Lyme disease, multiple sclerosis (MS) , or other neurological symptoms or conditions. In these cases, a diet rich in natural glucose is crucial. If you are worried about eating fruit, read the chapter "Fear of Fruit" in the book "The Healing Medium" .

The central nervous system also benefits from a diet rich in mineral salts from foods such as cabbage, spinach and celery stalk juice . Adrenal health snacks are also useful , the recipe for which you will find on our blog .

Building muscle

Sweet potatoes and other carbohydrate-rich foods help build your muscles. This may surprise you because many people mistakenly believe that protein helps build muscle. In reality, however, only two things help build muscle: consuming critically clean carbohydrates (you can read more about this in Liver Help ) and actually using muscle. Glucose builds muscle quickly. If you doubt that, imagine the muscular, 300-pound monkeys at the zoo eating bananas and figs for breakfast.

People with neurological conditions often do not use their muscles as much as people without health problems. Some people are too sick to get out of bed, let alone walk or exercise. In these cases, it's vital to fuel your muscles with glucose-filled carbohydrates so you don't get exhausted while fighting your neurological disease.

This is another reason to avoid high-protein or high-fat diets, such as the ketogenic or paleo diet, while you are being treated for a neurological condition. A low-carbohydrate diet can cause rapid wasting syndrome, which can be mistaken for ALS or a worsening of MS .

Instead, include potatoes, fruit and winter squash in your meals and snacks. The abundance of lysine and numerous amino acids found in all different varieties of potatoes can be especially powerful for maintaining or strengthening muscles. If you eat meat with potatoes, the animal protein may prevent the potatoes from offering their many muscle benefits. To get the most out of healing foods, separate carbohydrate-rich meals, such as a bowl of potatoes or fruit, from any animal protein.

If you increase the amount of fruits and starchy vegetables in your diet and reduce your protein intake significantly, you may be able to maintain and strengthen your muscles. You can read more tips about this in Helping the Liver .

Medicinal foods

Filling your diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables and green leafy vegetables is crucial. The antioxidants and phytochemicals found in these foods are vital to healing. Suggestions for medicinal foods can be found in "The most useful foods" .

  • Wild blueberries are a powerful weapon against the symptoms associated with ALS
  • Pomegranates, cherries and oranges can also provide valuable support.
  • Melons contain amazing electrolytes that can help anyone working to overcome ALS symptoms.
  • Aloe vera and wheatgrass juice are two other foods that should be included in the menu.
  • Green leafy vegetables are important because they contain valuable mineral salts. However, they do not have the calorie density of other fruits and vegetables, so when eating green leafy vegetables, be sure to include bananas, potatoes, dates, mangoes, dried apricots, lentils, black beans, quinoa (a grain that people generally tolerate well ), sweet potatoes, butternut squash, or other carbohydrate-rich foods along with green vegetables.
  • The Healer Medium's Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie can be an amazing piece of the healing puzzle. Barley grass juice powder , spirulina , cilantro, Atlantic dulse , and wild blueberries are the five critical ingredients.

Medicinal nutritional supplements

  • Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is an amazing supplement for ALS.
  • The chaga mushroom can help kill viruses and is surprisingly beneficial for people with aluminum in their bodies.
  • High-quality vitamin B12 , which contains both adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin, is a valuable supplement for a person with neurological symptoms or conditions.
  • Ginkgo biloba leaves contain an alkaloid that can support neurotransmitters, which is especially important for people suffering from neurological conditions or a serious diagnosis of ALS.
  • N-acetyl cysteine ​​(NAC) supports the central nervous system, including the myelin sheath around nerves.
  • Lemon balm has powerful antiviral properties, especially against viruses of the herpes family.
  • Ionic gold, in small amounts, can be supportive.
  • Vitamin D , although not as important as most people in the medical world assume, can aid in neurological healing. Try a daily dose of 2000 IU.
  • Dandelion and milk thistle can support the liver, which normally contains heavy metals (as well as the brain).
  • Liposomal Vitamin C and/or Micro-C
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Vitamin E
  • Curcumin with turmeric .

For recommendations on high-quality nutritional supplements, check out the preferred nutritional supplements page on Anthony William's site.

How to move forward

If you've been diagnosed with ALS, try to stay calm and not lose hope. ALS is not a death sentence. It is something that you are fully capable of healing from and moving on from. You now have the information and tools to remove herpes viruses and toxic heavy metals . We hope you can move forward with this life-changing knowledge, renewed motivation, and newfound faith in your body's ability to heal itself.

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