Multiple Sclerosis FAQs

Q: My son recently told me that he got Multiple Sclerosis (MS). He is taking a good multivitamin, amino acids and lecithin. He is having trouble with one of his eyes and feeling really tired. Can you help please?

A: The Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan should clear it in around 4-8 weeks.

 

Q: My husband has MS and Atrial Fibrillation. His main MS problems are cognitive with very poor short term memory and a dysfunctional bladder. He is not on any treatment for memory loss. Would serrapeptase be suitable for him? Is it contradindicated in regard to Warfarin treatment? I would be grateful for your advice.

A: Here is the Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan. It may be that he will resolve the AF with this as well but his drugs can still be taken until he is generally much better. You can take the Serranol and the Prescript Assist and follow the exact same diet which will make life easier for you.

 

Q: How do I go about purchasing serrapeptase? I suffer from MS and I’m very interested to try anything that will make my symptoms better. Are there any side effects with using this product?

A: The plan here is designed to clear up your MS completely: Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan

Add Super K complex to this for MS.

Telephone 0800 015 1580 to order by phone or www.GoodHealhNaturally.com online.

Please get back to me anytime you need help with the plan. Register and create a ticket here www.GoodHealthHelpDesk.com

 

Q: Can Serrapeptase help with MS? Can it help with Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms (Diarrhea or diarrhoea). Can it be taken along with drugs prescribed for MS? What to take and how much and from where?

A: All of your problems will be dealt with in this one MS recovery plan: Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan

The success is in the detail and I can communicate every day to help you through the detail. Register at www.GoodHealthHelpDesk.com to raise a ticket question.

 

Q: Hi Robert,

I have MS, and have just today started taking serrapeptase (enteric coated) 90,000, twice a day. I also take curcumin. I am wondering how long it will take for me to notice relief from my symptoms? I have heaviness, weakness, numbness, primarily in my left leg, and foot drop in the left foot, as well as vertigo issues. I have recently also started the casein, gluten, and sugar free diet. Thank you kindly!

A: I hope you get relief fast but I have worked to develop a much superior plan than just serrapeptase and curcumin. Take 6 Serrapeptase per day and 6 curcumin, both 2 caps of each, 30mins before each meal. Let me know if you do not completely recover within 60 days as my plan does consistently.

 

Q: Hi Robert!!! Thank you so much for your reply! I will follow your plan starting tomorrow and would be happy with even 60-70% symptom relief (although more would be great!!) 🙂 I suffer from pretty bad stiffness and walking is getting harder! I’m desperate to get some symptom relief as I’ve met a new man I’d like to date!! I’ve cut out all gluten, starch, dairy and sugar too! I’ve also just recently started LDN! Have u worked with a lot of MS patients that got relief with this plan? My serrapeptase pills are 90,000iu, would you still recommend I take 6? Thank you ever so kindly! I’m so hopeful these will help me!!

A: Kam, Yes I still recommend 6 as they are U not IU.
I will send my plan anyway so you can add what is possible for you: Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan

 

Q: How do I find relief from my MS?

A: Which Serrapeptase are you taking?

The minimum start program is:

SerraPlus+ (2 x 3)

Curcumin98 (2 x 2)

OxySorb (use about 4 times per day as bottle.)

 

Q: Several months ago I contacted you regarding serrapeptase as I have MS. I have just placed an order for the Blockbuster All Clear. Am I right to have done this or would I have been better to stay with the serrapeptase +.?

A: Sandra, SerraEnzyme will be fine. How are you progressing? Let me know how much of my plan you are implementing?

 

Q: A dear friend has MS, but he lives in Bulgaria. May I order from Canada and send Serrapeptase in Bulgaria? If so, what doses should he be taking and how often. Thank you!

A: It is cheaper to order through www.GoodHealthUSA.com

Q: Please let me know if you can supply the “serrapeptase product” to me in Australia. Can I buy this locally in Queensland? I am inquiring for a friend who has symptoms of MS. I would appreciate any advice you may have.

A: I am sending the full MS plan below. which is obtainable for www.goodhealthoz.com: Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan

 

Q: I have been able to find very little information on serrapeptase and progressive MS. I wondered if you have any information? I think I would like to try it but am concerned about wasting money on yet another possible aid.

I am also concerned about the effect on the bowel as I am in a wheelchair and cannot easily get to the toilet. I would appreciate you advice.

 

A: Carmel,

The plan is complicated and that is why I prefer to coach and support you through the whole recovery. Wheelchairs to cartwheels can take at least 2-4 months compared to walking to cartwheels in 1-2 months. It is a joke, but you get my drift on this.

Here is the Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan.

 

Q: Hello Robert,

I met you in Anaheim (at the Polar Foods booth). You may or may not remember me, but we talked about your products. I mentioned that I have a close friend who was diagnosed with MS and you mentioned that one of your products was highly effective. Which one is it? Please reply all as soon as you can.

A: Ali, It is not one, it is a recovery plan I have developed that comes with a 100% guarantee. Please read the link here: MS Health Plan

 

Q: I have MS, my partner has sinus and tightness in his chest, which could be nothing or could be something (We’re getting it checked out) and my son has food senitivities and hay fever. WE are all taking or going to take probiotics, my queation is, can we all use SerraPlus? I know it is suitable for myself and possible my partner, but would MSM be appropriate for my son?

Thank you for a reply.

 

A: Sarah,

The Plan for MS has evolved considerably from the web site: Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan
SerraPlus+ is fine for your partner and son unless either is allergic to sulphur based supplements.

I would suggest in any case for your son:
Serranol
Prescript Assist

 

Q: My husband has MS and AF. He is on warfarin and bisoprolol for the AF . His main MS problems are cognitive with very poor short term memory and dysfunctional bladder. He is not on any treatment for memory loss. Would serapeptase be suitable for him? Is it contraindicated in regard to warfarin treatment? I would be grateful for your advice. I also have digestive problems and long term back (disc) problems with arthritis. Can you please advise on dosage of serapeptase for me?

A: I am sending the MS recovery plan next. It may be he will resolve the AF with this as well but his drugs can still be taken until he is generally much better.

You can take the Serranol and the Prescript Assist and follow the exact same diet which will make life easier for you: Multiple Sclerosis Health Plan

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