I have been reporting a gradual but sustained improvement in my eyesight since November 2006. In July of 2007, I was given a full eye examination, which confirmed that the improvements I had reported had been sustained and were measurable.
Later in the year, my visit to the Lake District revealed the thrill of depth perception, (often called 3-D vision), something which I had never experienced before, by allowing me to see texture for the first time. Despite my excitement, the things I could see often confused me because even familiar objects did not look the way I expected.
In recent weeks, I have noticed that depth perception is possible even in low light conditions and that it is a new skill on which I can rely and which will become more useful as it becomes more familiar to me. Read More “Solving The Puzzle Of Depth Perception”
I am learning about the most potent Serrapeptase a multi-enzyme formulation. Blockbuster AllClear is the careful blend of powerful enzymes such as Serrapeptase, Nattokinase, Digestive Enzyme, antioxidants and proanthocyanidins such as Grape Seed Extract and Pycnogenol – all with a long history of studies and a reputation for great effect – means this is perfect for those needing the highest level of support for their health or just long term maintenance.
I have been fortunate to live in some of England’s most beautiful places and, in the years before I became ill, to visit many others around the world. Although I always enjoy travelling and meeting new people, much of the world’s natural beauty was hidden from me, or limited to my imagination, based on the descriptions given to me by other people, because of my poor eyesight.
Now, of course, everything has changed. I have been writing about the improvement in my eyesight for almost a year now, but so far I have concentrated on how well I can read, how well I can see over a measured distance under test conditions. Read More “England’s Beauty Through Fresh Eyes”
Now that my health has been consistently good for so long and it continues to improve, I have the energy to learn about more of the things nature provides to support a healthy approach to life.
Although regular readers will remember that I have been free of prescription medication since February 2006, I am beginning to realise that some of the toxic residue from the prescription cocktail might still be suppressing my ability to fight back. What I needed was a natural way to purge the residue and, simultaneously, support the wonderfully positive effects of Serrapeptase and Curcumin, which continue to amaze me every day. Read More “Calcium Bentonite Clay: Removing Years Of Toxic Residue”
Magnesium is known to be extremely important throughout the body, it is needed to maintain good health, but doctors are often unaware that their patients are deficient in magnesium having, largely, overlooked this vital mineral. It may seem shocking that laboratory blood tests are not the most effective way to measure magnesium, even when a specific test is ordered. Read More “Magnesium: The Miracle Mineral?”
Since November 2006, I have been reporting consistent improvement in my eyesight. I have given examples of the print sizes that I can now read as anecdotal evidence of these improvements.
In July of this year (2007) one of my friends noticed that I was able to read things from a distance, that I never had before and that I was able to recognise faces in photographs, better than I ever had before. With this in mind, I had a formal eye examination on July 31.
I am often asked: what is it like to have cerebral palsy? The truth is, of course, that it affects every person differently but the major types of cerebral palsy have general characteristics, which affect most of us to some extent. Spastic diplegia is the type of cerebral palsy I have and with which Serrapeptase is helping me to live.
Cerebral palsy can be traced to a problem with the brain’s white matter, the wiring in the brain that sends messages to the muscles. Because of damage to the white matter, it is easily overloaded. The messages that go out to the muscles are in constant conflict leaving a person with little control over them. Read More “Cerebral Palsy (Spastic Diplegia)”
Regular readers will know that I continue to be grateful for the ongoing support and encouragement of David Meyer. David has written a short article giving his personal view of My Serrapeptase Adventure, so far. It is my pleasure to include it here, in full and in David’s own words.
It is said that all men are born equal, but some are more equal than others are. Anyone who has met Mike, or read his story can be in no doubt that he fell into the less equal category at birth.
His life has been one long struggle against pain and his own body. To say that he has borne this with fortitude and courage is an understatement. He has had another struggle however, against the prevailing opinion that nothing can be done to help him, other than endless operations and drugs to control the symptoms.
Since I have been going to the gym, I think it is fair to assume that my lifestyle is continuing to become more active, finally – and I love it! To make the most of my exercise routine, I believe that it is essential that I maximise my nutrition. Although my diet is continuing to improve, it is unlikely that I am getting enough vitamins and minerals from dietary sources alone.
It is important to remember that the intake of vitamins and minerals depends upon the bodies’ ability to absorb them so the amount of each, which is ‘bio-available’ cannot be assumed, based upon the quantities of food being eaten. Research indicates that vitamins and minerals in colloidal form provide the highest level of ‘bio-availability.’ I am looking forward to trying a liquid vitamin and mineral formulation, which includes organic colloidal minerals. Read More “Supporting An Active Life!”