Hi, I would like to know if anyone has any insight regarding lupus and 80/10/10. There is someone in my life that needs some encouragement with her struggle and I would like to point her here for support because I believe this may help her, but have no real experience.
I recommend she reads THE HEALTH REVOLUTION
by Ross HORNE
. In CHAPTER 21 OTHER DEGENERATIVE DISEASES he states “Lupus, still considered incurable (like all the others), quickly responds (like all the others) to correct dietary procedures
.” It is free to the public at http://www.soilandhealth.org/02/0201hyg ... 21toc.html
In another book of his “IMPROVING ON PRITIKIN
”, in the “CHAPTER 8 Doctor Max Gerson” he writes “..a further story about lupus from Germany, taken from the autobiography of Dr Ferdinand Sauerbruch the master surgeon who pioneered thoracic surgery and was the first to operate successfully on the human heart.” In the end of it Dr Sauerbruch relates: "...In this experiment involving 450 patients, only four could not be cured by Dr Gerson’ saltless diet".
And in the end of the chapter: “The great Dr Albert Schweitzer, concert organist, humanitarian, and physician, the recipient of two Nobel Prizes, was himself freed of diabetes under Dr Gerson's care and his wife 'cured' of tuberculosis in the days when these diseases were considered incurable and fatal. After Dr Gerson's death Dr Schweitzer said of him: "I see in him one of the most eminent geniuses in the history of medicine.(…)"”
The story is amazing I would recommend to everybody to read it, and both whole books are even more complex and amazing and really worth reading. The second Horne’s book is also free, at http://www.soilandhealth.org/02/0201hyg ... itikin.pdf
Hope this will motivate her enough. Gerson diet is based on fruit and vegetables.. With 811rv it must be easy, I think. So the results with Gerson diet described in the book should be great "encouragement with struggle", her or anybody else, with either the same diet or, even better, on 811rv.