Reversing Multiple Sclerosis: 9 Effective Steps to Recover Your Health

Reversing Multiple Sclerosis: 9 Effective Steps to Recover Your Health

by Celeste Pepe, Lisa Hammond
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Reversing Multiple Sclerosis: 9 Effective Steps to Recover Your Health 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a woman living with MS and a former MS clinical researcher, I was extremely disappointed in this book, which was given to me by a relative following my own diagnosis. What anyone dealing with MS, either personally or in the life of a loved one, must understand, is that MS is a completely individualized disease. That is to say that treatments that may work for one person may not work for another -- or may in fact be risky for another. The author's personal experiences are helpful when shared. However, she seems to believe that the course she has taken is the best for everyone. Not so! Many of the treatments she advocates -- such as chelation and bee venom therapy -- are not only unproven in results but are also highly contested among actual medical experts (a group to which the author most assuredly does NOT belong) and are not backed by the FDA. There are real treatments to slow the progression of this devastating disease. You will not find a balance of information in these pages. This book is NOT a good choice for a newly diagnosed individual -- anyone with experience with the disease wouldn't have to be told that it is nonsense.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have MS and all that goes with it. Depression??? I can spell it backwards. I pray to God to help me live with it and to accept having it. That's hard to do most times I want my 'old life' back, but I always felt that 'this is it.' Then a dear friend of mine sent me this book and although I haven't finished reading it, it's given me some hope that maybe, just maybe I CAN recover my health. I'm sure going to try. My profound thanks to Ms. Pepe.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book starts with the author's self-aggrandizing about the medical knowledge she possesses as a chiropractor and nturionist. But the book is riddled with inaccuracies, uneducated statements and pseudo-scientific myth. I would HATE for anyone newly diagnosed with MS to read this book and draw any conclusions from it. I cannot believe no one from her publishing house saw fit to do any actual fact checking on this book. Some of the unsafe and unscienfitic methods she espouses - bee sting therapy and removing the fillings from your teeth. I could not believe the publication date on this book was from anytime in the last decade when so much proven, scientific data about MS has been published, and so many dangerous "cures" debunked.
Royalriskman More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book knowing it was written by a naturopath. I have no problem with natural remedies as there is good evidence to indicate that many of them work. My problem is that the book was so poorly written, it was difficult to read. Another issue (noted by others below) was the self-centered, mean-spirited, and critical tone against those in the scientific community who are using science to try to help those in need. Here's a clue: we're all on the same side against this disease. Drop the rhetoric. There's no need for it. If you think you have something to offer, offer it and be done. Yes, I'm sure that some of these things worked for your symptoms. That's very good for you. But don't act like they work for all, because they don't.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't have M.S., but I can personally testify to the benefits of getting rid of amalgam fillings (normally about 50% mercury when put in). Before I had them replaced I was coughing till I was throwing up, had severe headaches, abdominal cramps, moderate tearing from both eyes, serious short-term memory loss, fatigue to the point that I needed to hold onto something while standing, and 49 other symptoms. I got rid of the fillings in 1985 and also got rid of the 6 described symptoms plus most of the other symptoms. The remaining symptoms have greatly improved. I think there's a good chance that getting rid of the fillings saved my life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Celeste Pepe's book started my week of magic. There is no such thing as coincidence any more. To call her anything less than a good woman who used her means to find a cure for herself and others is very close-minded. Go ahead, trust your doctors who don't know what causes it and can't cure it; take your injection every day/other day. I'll be dancing at TwiRoPa to Joy Division. Reading that MS was a virus was news to me. I've since found dozens of articles on the different herpes strains, and am looking for more information on Chlamydia-pneumonia. Bee sting therapy works. So does taking a couple of spoonfuls of bee pollen (muscle soreness, arthritis and the like). To say anything against it, especially without trying it, is to slander the Father of Modern Medicine himself. The Swank diet seems to be akin to Doug Kaufman's initial phase diet. The idea is basically no starches, no sugar, bye-bye fast food and colas and eat your fill of nuts, veggies, berries, meat if you wish (almost all of them), eggs and yogurt. Abstain from alcohol and all other fungals. Dr. Crook's work is very similar. The idea of regular exercise is an important one and Pepe stresses this often. To take a biocybernetics test, to find out for your body truly needs or needs to expel, is a fantastic idea. I'm not going to list everything she discusess, but I will say this book is a big help for me. Since I started reading it (it was a 24th birthday present from a good friend), I have discovered five distinct ways to cure this mean snd nonrepentant disease. I am curently curing myself with one of them. Not hers, but I know from all of my research that what she proposes could work. It worked for her, didn't it? I must say that all who would disregard her findings with nary a second look are the simple-minded, the lazy, the weak. I know that it was Celeste Pepe and her book that started me on this path and I am getting better partly because of her. I guess I'm going to write a book of my own when this is all through and this damn virus is dead. Any questions, feel free to write me, just make sure the subject line doesn't look like spam. *smooch*
Guest More than 1 year ago
I truly believe in Natural Healing. I've had MS for 5 years and totally regret not starting on Alternative Medicine when I was diagnosed in1992. I am a vegeterian and doing great. I will read on this book and follow these steps. This is the best on any type of illness. I was given this book as a gift for Christmas and this is the best book I have read on MS. I truly believe on Naturopathic Medicine. Thanks to God and Dr. Peppe for bringing hope to so many people with MS. Jill