LISTENING, HEARING, and RESPONDING

LISTENING, HEARING, and RESPONDING

On many of my blog posts, I’ve received a bunch of questions about calcium and why I say that this essential mineral is a bad actor when you take too much in the form of a supplement.

I have decided to give a webinar on Friday, May 6, 2011 at 10am pacific / 12p central / 1p eastern, and present the science that supports my stance on this matter. 

Please register and find out more information by clicking on the link below:

MS Webinar Registration

I look forward to sharing this information with you and answering your questions. 

 
Until then, To Your Best health,

Dr.  Rudy Cartwright

PS: Please join me and share your thoughts.

19 thoughts on “LISTENING, HEARING, and RESPONDING

  1. HEY THERE JUDY HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF PROKARIN FOR MS SYMPTOMS THERE IS A LADY WHO BEEN 13 YEARS WITH OUT MS AND SHE DONT TAKE A MRI EITHER LOOK IN TO IT IT WAS A NURSE WHO MADE THIS PATCH IT SEEM GOOD LOVE APRIL

  2. My primary care doctor would like for me to take a calcium supplement, how much should I take? I worry about by bones as I am over 50.

  3. I have moved over to a diet with minimal calcium intake and replacing this with ipriflavone.

    Previously I was on a very high calcium diet with milk cheese chocolate and yogurts.I am missing these items of food ,but I am managing without them.

    I am therefore depending on ipriflavone with plenty of exercise to keep my bones strong.

    I am also taking the Essentials and I have now managed to shake off my dizziness.

    I am also working on eliminating gluten.

    I look forward to the webinar with great interest and very much appreciate your input

    Best Wishes Geoff

  4. Hello Dr. Cartwright

    I was diagnosed with MS 20 yrs ago and have done very well managing symptoms with diet (no gluten, dairy, low fat, low sugar, organic, etc.) vit B-12 injections and a variety of supplements ie: calcium, vit. D, manolaurin etc.
    Most recently, I was introduced to energy medicine and an 85 yr. old woman who is a master in bioenergetic healing http://www.balancingcenter.com.
    In less than 6 months I have been cleared of over 15 food allergies, two mycoplasmas (one she feels is the cause of MS and the other the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome)http://www.whale.to/m/scott7.html#II-_CREATION_OF_THE_MYCOPLASMA__

    http://www.bariumblues.com/mycoplasma_nexus.htm
    Mycoplasma are microscopic parasites that are invisible in blood tests and are resistant to antibiotics. I was cleared with herbal supplements and my myelin shealth is being repaired with a supplement called Sphingolin by Ecological Formulas.

    I no longer require injections and take less than 1/2 of the supplements I took. I also can eat everything! As long as it is whole, natural and organic.
    My energy is unbelievable. This healing has been incredible for me.

  5. I’m disappointed that I’ll be out of town without computer access… I’m hopeing there will be a link to listen to it later… wishing you all a great webinar!

    Sibyl Morrison

  6. “Three Cheers, Dr. Cartwright!” from a huge fan who welcomes every word from your mouth and thought from your magnificent brain! My MS has been with me since 1958, but no physician has ever spoken to me the way you do. I am sure doctors have great knowledge, but they seem to be working for someone other than their MS patients? Thank God for you and your meticulous research. Melinda Nace is one of my exercise partners. “Thanks again DR. C!”

  7. Very interesting concept. I wonder if I have been doing more damage than good yet the Dr.s tell you to increase your calcium especially if you are taking prednisone.

  8. According to Dr. Gary Moore, a holistic physician who administers inexpensive injections of calcium aminoethylphosphate (Cal EAP or CaEAP), the answer is a resounding yes. He not only has MS but he was nearly in a wheelchair before taking the shots, and now he is strong and actively pursuing his career.

    Cal EAP injections were developed in Germany around 1960 by Dr. Hans Nieper and Dr. Franz Kohler and have been approved for MS therapy in Germany since 1966. Dr. Moore was Dr. Nieper’s patient in 1991 when he started intravenous injections every other day. These continued for the next seven years. His disease has stabilized, which in Dr. Moore’s own words is “miraculous since I was almost ready to use a wheelchair.”

    Calcium EAP is a mineral of sorts. The EAP is ethandamine phosphate, which makes up 5 to 15% of the nerve cell membrane. Nerve cell membrane and sheath are affected in MS. Over time, Calcium EAP repairs areas of demyelination, sealing areas of damaged cell membrane. This leads to less spasm, improved energy and endurance, and a quicker recovery.

    What to Expect

    Although treatments achieve best results when given as soon as possible after diagnosis, even patients with the disease for 10 to 15 years can respond and improve. About 70% to 80% of all patients get better, while some patients do not respond at all.

    When you combine the shots with proper nutritional supplementation, results can be even better but in order to use Cal EAP, you must go to Dr. Moore’s office in Indianapolis, Indiana. Your routine will go pretty much as follows:

    You will go to the office for three to four days with the person who will administer your shots at home. The first visit with Dr. Moore lasts an hour or two and includes history, physical, blood tests and recommendations. This is followed by your first injection. The first visit will cost $250. Subsequent injections cost $18 each. The remaining days will be dedicated to more Cal EAP injections and training your partner for the IV home injections. On the last day, you will see Dr. Moore again for your final visit. This will cost $50. Home injections are given up to seven years.

    The following doctors perform Cal EAP

    Gary Moore, MD, 6801 Lake Plaza Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46220 (317) 596-9724

    Naturopathic and Allergy Clinic, 5468 Dundas Street West, Suite 101, Toronto, Ontario Canada M9B 6E3, phone (416) 207-0207, fax (416) 207-0272, e-mail doctor@doctorallergies.com. You must dial 001 before the aria code if calling from the US.

  9. DR. CARTWRIGHT,THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR WONDERFUL WEBINAR ON CALCIUM.IT HAS CERTAINLY PUT ME THINKING ABOUT WHAT IM PUTTING INTO MY MOUTH.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. TERESA.

  10. Thank you for the webinar enjoyed it very much. I know as you said “it is a process” Knowing there are people like you out there is a great help. I know attitude is everything but it is hard sometimes. I don’t hear the things you mentioned from others, It is more to think about. Thank you!!!!Frannie

  11. I wanted to thank you so very much for the webinar I was not sure how calcium played a part with MS. I still need to do more research but I am alot clearer on it then before. I have been on a Gluten and dairy free diet for about 1 1/2 years and for the last 8 months I have been seeing a big difference. It has been coming slowly but as you say I didnt get MS over night either. I cannot take good notes very quickly (bad hand writing nothing to do with MS) so I wasnt able to write down all those great points will you be posting them for us? Thank you again

  12. Thank you so very much for the seminar today on Calcium and MS. I so appreciate all the advice and tricks to make this ailment more manageable. In truth and reality, this has helped me immensely. I used to get tremors every day, now they are far between, and occur less intensely. I have cut out dairy, but if I do indulge on occassion…there are consequences. I know I’ve been blessed by having found your site, and it’s a blessing I share with others. Thank you, Dr Cartwright!! Best regards, Michelle

  13. Great Webinar on Calcium, Dr. Cartwright!
    I really appreciated the time and effort you put into explaining to us how Bad EXCESS Calcium really is for us and how if you eat it in nutritious non-processed foods it is really hard to eat excess calcium.

    The scientific research you presented clearly showed:
    • Take LESS THAN 500 mg of CALCIUM, daily;
    • How EXCESS Calcium increases our risk of
    o HEART ATTACHES,
    o STROKES,
    o KIDNEY STONES,
    o The DEATH OF NERVE CELLS, and
    o You did mention tons of other stuff Calcium NEGATIVELY affects, but I
    couldn’t remember them all.

    Yet why do our doctor’s, neurologists, and even the USDA (US Department of Agriculture) continue to tell us to take 800 to 1200 mg a day?
    Doesn’t anyone look at the scientific evidence or do they turn a blind eye to it because they are too busy to read about it?
    Thank you, Thank you, and Thank you!
    At least you, Dr. Cartwright, are looking out for our best interest. Now we have the scientific research to make our own informed decision as to how much calcium we need to take.
    I refer often to your previous blogs and you have addressed Calcium before and what to take with the Essentials to digest calcium properly.
    But there is no refuting this overwhelming amount of scientific evidence…Too much Calcium is really bad for us.
    God Bless…and thank Sue Ellen for fielding our questions to you.

  14. Thank you for the webinar on calcium. It can be difficult to go against the conventional advice of dairy products and calcium supplementation for bone health, so the research findings you presented give us important support. I am healing from a leg fracture and have continued the dairy free diet I have followed for the past 15 months. I take Vitamin D3 10,000 IU, and Omega 3 and I have just added impriflavone. The x-rays taken 4 weeks after the surgery showed that the bone was healing very well with some new bone growth. I think this is good evidence that Dr. Cartwright’s recommendations are sound advice.

  15. my dr. has told me to take 1200aday and i have been doing this for seven years and my m.s. started to get bad after three year of taking it. so i will just stop taking it. you know when i was not taking it my m.s. was not bad as it is now.so i will try it. thanks louann

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