January proved to be a quiet start to 2007, the second year of My Serrapeptase Adventure. There were no major new developments in my condition, but steady improvements continued.
I have been thrilled that the improvements in my eyesight, which I reported in November, have been sustained. I have also found a small, but useful, improvement in the usefulness of my right (weaker) eye. This has not made a significant difference to my basic vision, but it has made reading easier. The most obvious sign of this is that I can now read the small, low contrast; print used for standard listings in UK telephone directories.
While I am still only able to walk (with crutches) for short distances, on flat surfaces, indoors and with supervision, I am pleased that it continues to become easier for me to do. I can now believe that I will be able to build on this success, which, you may remember, started when I took my first steps for many years on May 25th last year.
My lung function, heart rate and digestive system are all normal and I am enjoying the pleasure of not having to be concerned that my health may deteriorate without warning. It has taken me a full year to get used to my new, healthy, future, but I continue to be grateful for every day.
I am still learning more about how Serrapeptase and Curcumin work and about the scientific basis for their remarkable impact on my life. I am also excited to learn how my condition will continue to improve throughout 2007.