Glutathione and Parkinson's Disease - Raising Glutathione Worked When Other Medications Failed
Can taking a natural patented glutathione accelerator help people that are afflicted with Parkinson's Disease?
Read Wally's story, and find out what effect raising glutathione levels had on Wally's quality of life here:
The following case history is taken from Dr. Jimmy Gutman's latest bestseller- "Glutathione - Your Key to Health", page 82:
"Wally, a 74-year old baseball fan, was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in May 1997. His disease progressed quickly and his doctors placed him on Sinemet (carbidopa/levodopa). In November, he began to experience severe headaches - presumably from the medication - and he discontinued it. Up to this point he had been a very active man, but now he deteriorated to the point where he could not get out of bed or even rise from a chair without help. He says movement felt like "walking in cement."
He was constantly fatigued, and soon needed a wheelchair to go outdoors. The doctors used other medications including Eldepryl (selegiline hydrochloride) and Requip (ropinirole hydrochloride). They helped slightly.
In March 1998, he started taking a natural protein which raises glutathione levels. After five days his headaches were gone. Within two weeks, his fatigue had lessened. Two months later, Wally was walking well again and was eventually able to visit the new Angels baseball stadium, Edison Field, and jog around the block. There was no other therapeutic intervention, and seven months later his active lifestyle continued."
You can learn more about why this natural patented glutathione accelerator helped Wally deal with Parkinson's Disease here.
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