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Saturday, June 30, 2018

Meat-and-greens diet reported to cure rheumatoid arthritis

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These are just personal reports here below, from 3 people, not a study. Exactly, why no studies?

From Twitter


Quote:

"All I eat is meat and greens, no carbohydrates"

Jordan Peterson cures an unspecified autoimmune disorder, psoriasis, gastric reflux, and gum disease, his 30-ty years old daughter Mikhaila cures a very severe form of rheumatoid arthritis (2 joint replacement at age 16) on an initially a "chicken-and-broccoli" diet (enhanced by other meats since).


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3 comments :

Larcana said...

I have been eating this way for 11 years, no joint pain what so ever and my husband got rid of his plantar fasciitis doing the same thing. I am a practicing physician and tell all my patients to eat this way. I'd like to retire early!
Lauren Romeo, MD

Stan Bleszynski said...

Hi Larcana,

Good for you! You are the first doctor who wants to retire early due to her patients getting too healthy! :) On a serious note I am really glad that doctors like you exist, in my experience they always existed but often, until recently, were not able to state the facts, that contradicted the governement-imposed system of guidelines (which is breaking down now). I also noticed, not sure if your experience would confirm, that the specialist doctors more often seem to open to the new nutrition than the general practitioners. Best regards,
Stan

P.S.

There is a whole list of illnesses including incurable which have been documented (for example in dr. Jan Kwasniewski "Homo Optimus" book) to "go away" or get outright cured on a ketogenic diet. It would be well worth investigating but there has never been an official study yet.

Such conditions include

1) many if not most auto-immune (MS, RA, AS, ALS, eczema, psoriasis, asthma, type 1 diabetes, Hashimoto thyroiditis, IBS, Crohn's, lupus, etc

2) metabolic-endocrine dysfunction related (atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis, glaucoma, liver cirrhosis, PCOS, hypo and hyperthyroiditis, abnormal obesity or failure-to-thrive)

3) greatly improves resistance to infectious bacterial and viral diseases (notable examples - Lyme disease, Hepatitis-A,B,C,D, TB, influenza etc )

4) certain genetic deficiencies seem to become less relevant or inconsequential when the nutrition changes to ketogenic. This is the least-known part but probably the most interesting. One such condition, and the only one documented (by a Dutch study) seems to be FH (familial hypercholesterolaemia) but I am sure there is a lot more! I am really curious about an impact upon Down-syndrome, cystic fibrosis, schizophrenia and other.

I think that would have made a perfect topic for a PhD in medicine.



Larcana said...

I agree, I work in hyperbaric medicine and we are doing a lot of research in metabolism, both for wound healing and cancer treatment.
I am hoping that we can turn the catastrophic increase in cancer, autoimmune disease and diabetes around someday.