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Parkinson’s Disease (PD) FAQs
Q: I have the symptoms of Parkinson’s and started taking Blockbuster AllClear do you have any recommendations for this?
A: This is the plan for Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Health Plan. BlockBuster is OK to take at the rate of 2 x 3 times per day, 30 mins before eating a meal.
Q: Mr. Redfern,
In calling the health number, I was referred to you. I am writing to ask if you knew if serrapeptase can help me? I am experiencing a movement involuntary of my left hand and arm which can be seen. It is a tremor, which I also experience in the left thigh and when I sit and cross my legs the pressure makes it worse. This cannot be seen only felt. My neurologist told me its either a pinched nerve or Parkinson’s I will be tested come April. I wondered if you knew any cases where serrapeptase helped these conditions and how much to take and for how long.
Either condition has an element of inflammation as its basis and therefore SerraPlus+ is going to be helpful. If it is Parkinson’s then I have a full action plan that may keep you of drugs and fully functioning. It is better to stay of drugs as they give an immediate benefit but poor outcome when they stop working.
Please keep in touch but get on 3 x 3 SerraPlus+ immediately as I take these just for anti-aging and you may get an immediate benefit.
PS This action plan kept my father-in-law going for 20 years until he died recently at 83 from an accident.
Q: Hi Mr. Redfern,
I received the results of my tests, it’s not a pinched nerve, and nothing showed up on the MRI brain scan, so they have concluded it must be Parkinson’s. I didn’t mention that back in 1999 I broke my left wrist very badly, and wondered if nerve damage could be involved, and what test if any might determine that, but the left leg is also involved so unless there is a nerve that connects both the left arm and hand and also the left leg at the upper thigh, could a nerve fit that description, could calcium deposit on a nerve that connects the two be possible?
I tried the SerraPlus and every 6 days I had to buy a new bottle, my income was running short, I switched to the 80,ooo I.U. because it had more tablets and I was getting minerals in other supplements. I am on automatic ship for this at this time. My only problem is the hand tremor. The leg is not seen just felt. I don’t have any other systems of Parkinson’s, my gait is good and speech is good, and no pain. I’ve had the tremor for 3 years now. You mentioned an action plan and I am willing to try it. Please advise, and thank you.
A: Yes it could be a pinched nerve at C3, 3rd vertebra in the neck, would create this scenario. If shortage of money is a problem then I would advise taking just 1 x 2 per day of the serra 80K, 30mins before eating.
Follow the diet plan below which will alkalize your body and help get rid of the problem. Please plan to stick to the diet for at least 2-3 months and then close to it for the rest of your life.
- Eating a mainly alkaline diet is the other critical thing to do (see attached shopping ideas).
- STOP all starchy carbohydrates (breads, pastry, cookies, breakfast cereals, rice, potatoes, and pasta), processed foods and milk products.
- Eat some of the following foods every 2 hours.
- Eat 14 portions of fresh or frozen veggies daily (in soups, juiced, stir-fried, steamed etc) 50% raw juiced (use the pulp in soups) (Organic if possible).
- Eat 5 portions of beans, nuts and seeds (soaked and mashed for the nuts and seeds)
- Eat 5 portions dark skinned fruits, (blueberries, cherries, red grapes (especially the minimum of 2 avocados daily) etc).
- Wild fish most important and grass fed meats or chicken (only a small amount and better grass fed)
- Hemp, Omega 3 or Krill Oil and other healthy oils such as olive oil etc
- Drink 8 glasses of distilled or filtered water per day with a pinch of bicarbonate of soda.
- Take 3 x 1/2 teaspoons of sea or rock salt daily in food or a little water.
- Exercise every day: gentle rebounding, fast walking for 3 miles and low weight training ( all to the music of your youth).
Take good care of yourself (its your responsibility).
Really Healthy Foods: www.reallyhealthyfoods.com
Q: Dear Mr Redfern,
I am writing about a hand tremor I wrote you sometime ago, I”ve improved with diet, and interestingly the C3 vertebrae in my neck is very tender when touched, and the tremor stops when pressure is applied. Do you have any further info, from the chiro in Australia ?, as I would like more on his approach. Because when I release the pressure or hold on the verterbrae, the tremor returns.
A: Here is his web book. If you find it useful send him a contribution and keep me on your mailing list to let me know how you do.
Q: Thank you sooo much for your quick response, I have faith in this product because I went on it when my lower back went out so bad, about a year ago, I took 4 x 4 for about a week and the severe pain went away, along with my not being able to stand and sit properly. Thanks again, and I will keep in touch.
A: Good to hear that.
Q: Dear Mr. Redfern,
First I want to thank you for responding, the way you do, and I hope I can keep in touch as I go along. I am a vegetarian, so I don’t eat fish, is that okay, I do take omega 3- veg formular, sometimes fish formular.—– and what about coffee? I don’t drink a lot, 2 cups a day, there has always been a controversy about it. I am into juicing, just never been on a alkaline diet.
I am 110 lbs, and do have a problem with a bloated lower abdomen, nothing I have done seems to relieve that, I’m hoping this diet will help, I do plan to stick to it since I seem to be halfway there already. Thank you so much again, and do you think a chiropractor will help my neck area problem?
You are a find, because I am sooo against drugs, and the doctor I went to wants me to sit down and discuss what drugs to go on, this meeting you came about through serrapeptase, which I was introduced to through Hallelujah Acres, and then the label had the co-name, so I proceeded to deal directly, please keep up the good work you do.
If you are OK taking fish oil then take a high dose. If not then take Hemp Oil. A couple of cups of coffee are OK. Do you drink milk?
Remember to eat lots of veggies. They will build you up.
A Chiropractor may be able to help but I am loath to see you spending lots of cash until you have tried diet first. Let me know before you go to see one so I can give you the instructions for them.
HA still recommends eating potatoes and they are acid which concerns me.
Very good in your changes. A chiro in Australia reckons if C3 in the neck is pinching a nerve it looks exactly the same as Parkinson’s. He had demonstrated stopping the symptoms by holding the vertebrae.
Q: Serrapeptase has helped me with my low back pain and leg from an old Army injury. It has also helped lower my blood pressure and I can’t wait to see how it is doing with my cholesterol levels with my next check up. Enough about how well it is doing for me.
My brother in law is suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s and he is unable to eat that much, and has a lot gas on his stomach which causes him to burp often. Can Serrapeptase help him?
Would Blockbuster All Clear be a better choice for his symptoms better than the Serrapeptase alone?
I have a full plan for at least stopping the progression and possibly reversing Parkinson’s. Can you ask if he wants it?
BlockBusterAllclear will help on its own but Serranol is better.
Q: Hello Robert,
I read the attachment that was provided but would like to know about your plan to reverse the effects of Parkinson. How would I go about getting Serranol? Can I get it from iherb.com? I would like to know how Serranol would reverse the symptoms of Parkinson’s.
A: That is the basic to take. I am sending the full plan in the link below:
Q: Dear Robert.
Can you provide a Serrapeptase plan to use against Parkinson’s?
A: Here’s the plan.