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Parkinson’s Relief Was in the Supermarket for Glen Pettibone 03/11 by Parkinsons Recovery

Glen Pettibone started developing Parkinson’s Disease symptoms in 2008. In 2011 he was diagnosed.  It was going fast and he could not tolerate most of the drugs.  In January of 2013 when off meds due to food poisoning, he shook so bad he could not walk. He was taking very high doses and at the “end of the algorithm”.  His doctors were suggesting Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery.

He did not like the high risk and marginal results he saw regarding the surgery So, he drew upon his scientific and engineering background and started reading every paper he could find.

He developed a diet combining Solanaceous vegetables, featuring eggplant juice, green tomatoes, and peppers with perhaps every other suggested dietary element and suggested supplement already discussed in the Parkinson’s community.   Also other nutrient dense foods. Dr. Mischley’s book was inspirational and helpful to him. He added more elements.  He has been under her care for 6 months or so.  She added intranasal glutathione which has helped.

Glen is now off more than 93% of his Parkinson’s disease medication. He completely cured his acid reflux, asthma, allergies and moderated his cholesterol. He regained color vision and acuity, his hearing and sense of smell are improving.  His skin has tanner color and healthier texture. He has more energy, strength, and stamina.  He is in the top 5 consulting
employees in his company every month; sometimes number 1.  Also, prior to a car accident last summer, he was off all medication for 3 months. This spring he thinks he will be again.

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