Hi everyone. I apologize that it’s been over 8 months since I posted. A lot of things have been going on. I’ve been mostly sidetracked with work.
There’s not a lot of news on the RLS front. Nothing helpful anyway. I’ll get back into deep research mode soon.
In the meantime, I’ve just received a wonderful thank you letter from Lynne Parrish of Sharon, PA. I’d like to present it to you, to hopefully give you hope.
Here it is …
I started my journey in July of 2013 after coming across David’s article “An Absolute Cure for RLS”
What? I’m 55 & have wrestled with this monster for about 30 years. Did I mention that I had tried everything except drugs? An absolute cure… I’m in. So with both feet and very restless legs, I jumped. I followed David’s nutritional & supplemental plan pretty much to the letter for the first several months. At his suggestion, I downloaded the IF (Inflammation Factor) app onto my phone and entered everything that passed my lips religiously. It was my “teacher”.
As I became more knowledgeable about the inflammation scores of various foods, I grew less & less dependent on the app. After completing a round of the supplements, I narrowed some things down to what I thought was working best for me.
One year later, I was almost symptom free, almost.
And another 2 years later, I was 57 and, quite frankly, my life had been redefined by the information that I stumbled across on David’s website.
Now, I am not only symptom free (except when I get very tired) I have been practically symptom free for 2 years!
It only took 3 days to feel my first drop in inflammation. I was hooked. Then in 3 weeks I felt another drop and then again in 3 months. I don’t know why, but I noticed the drops in 3’s and when it occurred, it felt as though the race horses trapped on the inside of my legs were finally slowing down.
Nowadays, I still stay fairly conscience of my diet & a few “anti inflammatory tricks” are my daily companions. I begin every morning with 1/2-1 cup of carrot juice mixed with protein powder & a mixture of almond meal & ground flax seed. I have mostly replaced the rice, bread, and white potatoes with sweet potatoes, butternut squash, & all things orange. Salmon, sardines, & anchovies are staples.
And so, I tip my hat to you David. Blessings on you. I am ever so grateful.
For more information on healing RLS, please visit http://www.rlcure.com