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I'm not saying I'm 100%. And I know very well

everyone is different, but I have made great

progress after trying these 2 things for about 6

months. Just wanted to pass it along in case

someone is in the position where they would like

to try something new.

After over a decade, I can no longer tolerate

antibiotics. We began making our own natto using

the frozen packets as starter. It has an

immediate adaptogenic effect on me. An acquired

taste to be sure, but I would eat a bug if it

made a difference in my health.

The Valletta protocol is a dose of magnesium (I

use malate as suggested by Marnie) and low-dose

sublingual b-6 every 2 waking hours. The patent

is here:

I should say, I'm trying other things as well,

but I feel these 2 things have pushed me to a new

level. I like to get regular sunlight and push

myself to exercise even when I've felt lousy.

Eat a low-G.I., whole foods, alkalizing diet.

Blend lemons up to drink.

I've been in variously awful shape over the last

decade. Terrible neuropathy, loss of sensation,

brain fog, weakness, inflammatory arthritis. A

diagnosis of a demyelinating condition called

CIDP. For over 9 months I could barely feel my

face, neck and extremities. My neuro told me I'd

very likely never get sensation back. Horrifying.

Several times I thought I'd surely die or be

severely disabled. Just want to let folks know

there is hope. You can bounce back.

This stuff is so variable, I know I could be

knocked down again tomorrow, but you can't live

your life with an expectation like that. I

relish this island of lucidity and ability in a

sea of malaise. Fingers crossed it lasts a


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