Diet Found to be a Leading Factor in ALS

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Last Updated on: 21st February 2022, 10:58 pm

According to new research on Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a patient’s diet is a leading factor in the development and treatment of this devastating motor neuron disease. Evidence of Fungal Infection in Cerebrospinal Fluid and Brain Tissue from Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis was found.

ALS has now been proven to be due in part at least to a yeast infection of the intestines that is transmitted to the brain and spinal cord via the blood. Once the yeast particulates and molecules get into the blood they may enter the spinal cord through a “spinal blood barrier break.”

Treatments are evolving daily since aggressive treatment of the yeast needs to be done with careful attention to the diet so as to avoid feeding the intestinal yeast and to avoid the components of yeast such as chitin, mannan and beta-glucan may well be necessary.

Combination of Nutrition Therapy with Stem Cell Treatment

Our ALS treatment utilizes Functional Medicine to comprehensively check the patient’s diet to treat this yeast infection immediately. Careful attention to diet is a key component of Functional Medicine and the systemic approach of Better Being Hospital. With regulation of the yeast infection and fungi, patients should see a decline in the progression of ALS.

The next step in our treatment is the intravenous and spinal injections of Beike Biotechnology adult stem cells to differentiate into motor neurons as well as healing the present neurons and protecting them from further degeneration. Stem cell therapy also increases the patient’s immune system which will continue to combat the poisonous fungi which led to ALS in the first place.

The evidence is in and this appears to be the only feasible and already proven successful treatment program for this devastating condition.

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