A RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME SUCCESS STORY: Lynne Parrish, Sharon, PA

keep-calm-its-leg-dayHi 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.9e8e16199b3a7adb9f5b4fb8b7b6714e

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.

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For more information on healing RLS, please visit http://www.rlcure.com

9 Comments »

  1. PJ said

    Thanks for the carrot juice morning cocktail recipe tip. Blessings for continued healing.

  2. Brenda said

    I am new to this site. I’d like to know more about David’ s suggested diet. How can I find it?

  3. Kerry said

    Hello, thank you for sharing your experience. I have been battling with RLS for 5 years and have come off my meds recently determined to find another way. I looked at rls cure website and felt overwhelmed by all the supplements, unsure how much of what I should be taking and how often. I’m curious if you stuck to the basic group and how much carrot juice? Do you still take all the supplements?

    Thanks in advance,

    Kerry

    • rlsottawa said

      Hi Kerry I was able to ween myself off of the original herbs and supplements – down to more of a maintenance mode. Once the inflamed cells start healing, you’ll get a feeling for how many supplements and herbs are needed. To start off with, I’d throw everything I could at the inflammation. Keep in mind that it’s only until the healing process begins to take over. Once things have calmed down you can back off the herbs and supplements until you find your own particular comfort zone. The same goes with food and drink. I would be super diligent to start with. Once you’re feeling better you can stray off the path a bit once in awhile, to give yourself a treat. I hope that helps!

      • Kerry said

        Hi,

        Thank you so much for your reply. I don’t think I have ever been more determined in my life. Your response gives me hope, thank u deeply.

        Kerry

  4. bogdan said

    Hi there,
    success story nice, but there are people with hereditary rls, nothing works what’s posted here. I’m 57, had it since I remember. There are two things for such unfortunate people, lower bedroom temp, put a/c on. 18deg C. starting point and go lower if needed. Second thing, potassium, two pills 9;30-10pm. No spices foods after 6pm
    regards
    Bogda

    • rlsottawa said

      Hi Bogda Thanks for your tips.

      I have many articles and links on my website http://www.rlcure.com that talks about epigenetics and how scientists have discovered that genes can be altered, so people are no longer “stuck” with bad genes. RLS is caused by inflammation. Some people are more genetically susceptible to inflammation, but everyone is able to change it. This is not theory, this is factual. Check it out. Just do a Google search for “epigenetics” then check out my website.

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