MEASURING PROGRESS: THE ESSENTIALS
Besides having a genetic tendency for developing multiple sclerosis, a mix of things in the environment must join in to get the process started and to keep it going.
Among the things in the environvment that’s part of the mix are the different agents that cause infections—- agents like viruses such as Herpes, Epstein-Barr, influenza, and others, bacteria such as Staph, S. pneumpniae, chlamydia, as well as salmonella, and fungi that cause athlete’s foot and ringworm; and we must not forget about candida. But these agents do not act alone.
In addition, other factors such as the low sun light exposure, vitamin D3 deficiency, poor dietary habit, geographic location where you live, and the toxins, one of which is acrolein, that you breathe all join hands with the infectious agents to become the allies of harm—-the harm that causes multhple sclerosis.
Reestablishing good health is needed to slow the MS process down, stop it, and turn it around. To begin with, you must create condition that will allow the cells of your body to regain their health. To do this takes time. After all, the human body is made up of one hundred trillion cells. When old cells wear out, they’re replaced with new ones. Because of MS, the old cells are being replaced in conditions that keep the process going. These new cells have to be replaced in conditions that under pin good health.
This is where The Essentials, among other things, come in. The supplement is a blend of seven “emmumetric” substances, either obtained from plants or made by the body, designed to create the conditions that allow new cells of your body to be replaced by good ones. The Essentials help the body rid itself of tiredness and restore energy levels. Based on the feedback from MS users, it does a good job. It really helps! www.thehealthessentials.com
The ingredients in The Essentials are as follows: 1) Niacinamide 2) Catalase 3) Glutathione 4) Quercetin 5) Hesperidin 6) Catechin & 7) Acetyl Cysteine.
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To Your Good Health,
Dr. Rudy Cartwright
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