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Robert, who are you?

Posted by Johnelle on March 09, 1999 at 17:28:30:

Robert
This is embarrassing, but I could never find my post where I
asked you if you were a doctor. So many of my friends are
asking me about this diet thing I'm doing, and I don't know
whether to refer to you as Dr. or what. I have just been
saying I get the info from Dr. Stoll's Bulletin Board, but I
am thinking if they visit the BB they might be confused when
you are the one who answers most of the questions. Tell me
why you know so much about this diet stuff, metabolism,
food, etc. I remember your saying you had LGS and related
problems at one point.
I know this much, you're brilliant, and very giving with all
of us women! :o)
Gratefully,
Johnelle.................


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Re: Robert, who are you?

Posted by Robert McFerran on March 09, 1999 at 19:51:27:

In Reply to: Robert, who are you? posted by Johnelle on March 09, 1999 at 17:28:30:

Hi Johnelle,

I am not a doctor.

I had a severe, disabling case of rheumatoid arthritis. I had chronic fatigue for about 18 months prior to that diagnosis. The last section of my book will highlight my 7 year personal experience in piecing together an effective solution for folks with all kinds of arthritis.

Thanks for the kind words.

Bob




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Re: Robert, who are you?

Posted by JN on March 10, 1999 at 01:48:09:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? posted by Robert McFerran on March 09, 1999 at 19:51:27:

Dear Robert,
With full respect for Dr. Stoll, many docs do not know what they are talking about! Those who know usually loose the license! The one who know more are always persistant chronically ill patients who are working with dedicated doctors.
Are you sure that you have rheumathoid arthritis, which was proceeded by 18 months of chronic fatigue?
I suggest you visit the CDC site to see the latest research released by CDC on Feb 19, 1999.
You may be sufferring from severe bacterial infections which give same symptoms as arthritis.
You may visit www.immed.com for new research, Garth Nicholson just started on arthritis!
My legs were buckling under me! I went for extended antibacterial treatment for almost 2 years with potent antibiotics, but I still have bacteria in my gut!
All my joints were hearting very badly, until dental mercury went out!

I am not saying that you do not have arthritis, but there are other causes of such severe and frequently misdiagnosed condition!

Sympathy and Cheapeaux!


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Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL)

Posted by Johnelle on March 10, 1999 at 11:27:08:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? posted by JN on March 10, 1999 at 01:48:09:

Robert
The exciting thing about your post is that from your
perspective you HAD RA, though perhaps from JN's perspective
you HAVE something. Whatever it WAS, it's GONE!!! And
you're sharing your experience for the benefit of others.

Last night I tested lamb. I had never eaten it in my life
and never liked the looks of it till I bought it yesterday
and thought -- "This looks like BEEF!" It was really good
just pan-fried with only a little sea salt on it. I'm so
glad I liked it since I didn't fare to great with beef. It
had a milder taste than beef; loved it! I had a dull
headache a while later but it may have been PMS -- it's that
time -- but it went away quickly, like food reactions have
done with me. They just lift and I'm as good as new. This
morning I woke up and I was feeling fantastic, the best I
have felt in a long time. My husband couldn't believe it! I
even got out of bed before the alarm, and was ready to go!
My SR this morning was, well, psychadelic! I've even felt
like my personality is changing. I'm getting to be more
outgoing of late. (Needed it)

So glad to be exposed to your success story!!! I wondered
if you were another doc who had been run over by the AMA or
a colleague of Walt's from the past or a retired specialist
of some sort. Are you telling me you have some other
profession now and still are able to dedicate all this time
to assisting us through our diets and food testing?

I can't wait to spread the news; would love to read your
whole story. When you get all us gals through this month
process you'll have more time to write. ;o)
Gratefully,
Johnelle.......


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Re: Robert, who are you?

Posted by Robert McFerran on March 10, 1999 at 12:16:08:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? posted by JN on March 10, 1999 at 01:48:09:

JN,

Thanks for the good advise. I'll check out the CDC and the web-site that you mentioned.

I'm always interested in anything that I can learn to add to my knowledge and NEVER dismiss anything that folks like yourself bring to my attention.

I'll never forget when a business acquaintance bumped into me at the hospital complex where my rheumatologist practiced. It had been two years since I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and and I wasn't doing well at all. Each visit to my rheumatologist meant upping the ante of an ever increasing spate of immune suppressing drugs. My acquaintance confided that he knew a doctor that had actually CURED some folks with rheumatoid arthritis. He wrote down the doctors name and gave it to me.

Of course at the time I was too SMART for all this. I KNEW that there was no cure for rheumatoid arthritis. I had spent the last two years reading every journal article about arthritis that I could get my hands on and NOBODY ever was CURED. At best their immunity was supressed to the point where their inflammation seemed under control.

I stuffed the name of the doctor in my pocket and never acted on it.

I guess only the grace of god placed folks like Dr. Stoll and others in my path to help me find a way out of this mess (i.e. - chronic illness). Buddha said that there would be Boddhisatvas along the way. They have always been there, the only question is whether I've been 'awake' enough to see them.

Bob


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Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL)

Posted by Robert McFerran on March 10, 1999 at 12:21:14:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL) posted by Johnelle on March 10, 1999 at 11:27:08:

Johnelle,

Please be sure to make note of how you feel today along with your diary of the foods that you've been eating. The reason might be the combination of foods that you've been eating the last 48 hours has taken you to your metabolic optimal -- what Dr. Wiley called BioBalance.

No need to analyse now but it might be important later.

Bob


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Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL)

Posted by Johnelle on March 10, 1999 at 15:34:38:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL) posted by Robert McFerran on March 10, 1999 at 12:21:14:

Robert
So glad you pointed out to me that there may be some
significance to the past few meals. Yesterday I tested both
tomatoes and citrus and was fine on them. I tested them
both against my better judgment, thinking they probably had
too much acid for one day with LGS and all, but my mom had
just returned from the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas with
some wonderful produce, and I just couldn't help myself. Do
you think these helped me get the mixture possibly? I also
had a big piece of lamb steak for dinner. I'm getting over
the hunger pangs that have been incessant for these past 10
days.
Johnelle..........


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Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL)

Posted by Robert McFerran on March 10, 1999 at 16:18:56:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL) posted by Johnelle on March 10, 1999 at 15:34:38:

Johnelle,

Yes it could very well be that what you did yesterday by testing citrus and tomatoes (2 very decidely Agriculturist foods) and lamb (decidedly H-G) you accidentally struck the balance that is needed for Mixed types.

Once again I would urge you to be BioBalance by Dr. Rudolph Wiley so that you'll have a better understanding of where you fit.


Bob



Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL)

Posted by JN on March 11, 1999 at 07:03:26:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL) posted by Johnelle on March 10, 1999 at 15:34:38:

Johnell,
I am also on Lamb for several years. I love it with olive oil and garlic! One of the worst thing s about beef which I love very much is that those butchers inject the beef with antibiotics, which consequently make as less resistant to all environmental microbes. When you buy Lamb be sure is from NEW ZELAND!!! (free of all! additives and growth hormones) Try it with Herb's de Province!
The diet is one of the most important issues in cases like Rheumatoid Arthritis (an aleged disease caused by so many symptoms that it is difficult to believe that is properly diagnosed).
The fist issue is that PAIN IN THE JOINTS MAY BE CAUSED BY:
1. NEUROTOXICITY, TOXIC EXPOSURES, "BAD PROTEINS", damaged macrophage, BACTERIAL TOXINS, FUNGAL TOXINS, ACIDITY, AUTOIMMUNE, IMMUME , VIRAL... an on and and on and on...!!
2. If one does not believe it is caused by above, he needs to go back to point 1 above!
One of the most important treatments is to eat a lot of chlorophl.
There are several new therapies one is with green "KAMUT" grass juice which is now recomendd by some.
Other is with a tropical fruit NONI!
You may look for book about NONI written by Diane Fairechild, (BORDERS ~ $10 )
NONI is an old Thaitian primitive medicine (tropical forest?), which strange taste brownish fermented juice, used to treat almost everything, and now is being used yes for all forms of arthritis. They are experimenting even with treatment for cancer and AIDS so far very successfully (UC IRVINE).

I picked the fruit which is light green or albino color, but my family have not allowed me to ferment it at home.
In Hawaii the sick one are using it daily and are keeping as much as 40 to 50 half gallon containers to ferment it and to consume it. Some are taking a half gallon per day!
Dianne Fairechild who wrote a book, is using NONI for her toxic pisoning with disinfectants and pesticides while working for United as a flight attendant.
her E-Mail is Diana@flayana.com, she may share first hand the result of treatment with all interested.


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Re: PS I send you a boat...

Posted by JN on March 11, 1999 at 07:15:08:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? posted by Robert McFerran on March 10, 1999 at 12:16:08:

Your confession reminds me the farmer during the flood.
He was drowning on the top of his house roof.
The passing boaters offerred him a ride. He refused, and drown. Back in heaven he asked good, well I believed in you, and you put me down, and I drowned.
The God said, wrong my Dear, I sent you a boat...,
..... but you refused..................



about that lamb... JN and Johnelle

Posted by Denise Wyrick on March 11, 1999 at 09:06:22:

In Reply to: Re: Robert, who are you? (TESTIMONIAL) posted by JN on March 11, 1999 at 07:03:26:

Hi all, I don't think you have to go all the way to New Zealand to purchase lamb that is unadulterated... I spent Saturday morning visiting a friend who is in the midst of lambing right now. Unfortunately for me the little ones won't be ready until late fall. However, I do know how they are being raised and I will have them butchered myself (without hormone injections) I know one thing... I am going to buy as many of those lambs as will fit in my freezer. Johnelle you could probably do the same thing in Texas. I am sure that it will be more economical than grocery store meat and then you know how it is being handled. Plus you are supporting local farmers...
All the best,
Denise


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Re: about that lamb... Denise...

Posted by JN on March 11, 1999 at 18:00:46:

In Reply to: about that lamb... JN and Johnelle posted by Denise Wyrick on March 11, 1999 at 09:06:22:

Dear Denise,

There is nothing wrong with supporting local farmers!!!
I am for it. However one of the fundamental ptoblems is that the soil in US is frequently puriffied with fertilizers, and also now they are using toxic sludge and wastewater in some areas for agriculturl purposes.

Each of us shall do what is the best due to such conviction.
You must know about your LAMB source enough to trust it, and there is nothing wrong with it. Buying on an open market however does not give us protection we are seeking. The best price of LAMB I found in COSTCO. I have no access to farmers. Lamb from wrong sources may not be equal.
Should I be in TEXAS, I will go also to local farmer, if I trust him.
There is evidence however that acid rain, pesticides, and fertilizers may be dificult to escape from. In some cases it can make the difference.
In some countries one of the best meat, altough many in US have different conviction is a horse meat. Pure, very lean, very low in fat (no marbles) and excellent in flavor. Keep in mind, I am talking about horses specially bread for human consumption (special bread), never working horses. If the horse ever worked the meat is "sweaty".

By the way I am always looking for recepies for lamb.




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