Fish oil, creatine and CQ10 protect your mitochondria

Your brain needs Vitamin B complex and sulfur to protect its myelin sheaths preventing MS.

Foods High in Creatine. Especially those contained in beef, salmon, and tuna. It is accounted that about one pound of beef consists of 5 grams of creatine monohydrate, and one pound of red meat contains 2 grams of creatine monohydrate. There is about 4.5 grams in one pound of salmon.

CQ10: Organ meats

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Food plan:  3 cups of green leaves, 3 cups of seaweed (Iodine and Selenium), 3 cups of

Viewers comments:

T Skeen, I have secondary progressive MS, had it undiagnosed and untreated for 4 years that was through high school and my first year of university. I don’t believe much in medicine and that it can do much better than healthy eating can. I’m no doctor but after I was put on many different drugs and didn’t get any better I regulated my diet very similar to how she did and maintained my healthy lifestyle best I could. I can now run 100m in 11.9 seconds….Two years ago I was wheelchair bound. I’m living proof that what you just said is completely wrong.

Personally, I’ve had those anti-thyroid effects with lots of cruciferous vegetables but neutralized them by taking kelp caplets or eating nori or other algae.

Have just viewed this shocking video. A Doctor promoting health. What is she thinking? Is this not against some oath or other. I am a disgustingly healthy 71 yr old, still run, take no medication and have been eating this way for years. If I can’t kill it, pick it or dig it up I dont eat it. My mitochondria thank me.

 

Author: connie dello buono

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