It’s the corn!
Hello everyone, This success story is a little different. This story involves a patient and myself. I have been treating this person for a few years for a multitude of problems. One of the conditions was high blood pressure. I had been rather unsuccessful trying to lower her blood pressure. I did every treatment approach I could think of. I e-mailed and telephoned doctors across the country for help. These doctors are my teachers in my post graduate education. Some of the doctors are world renowned for their brilliance and some of the doctors are strictly research investigators and are on the cutting edge of new information. Needless to say, everything that was suggested to lower her blood pressure failed Recently, Dec. 1, this patient was brought to the office by her daughter. The patient was disoriented, confused, dazed, had difficulty speaking, had difficulty walking, shortness of breath, change is skin color and tone, etc… not good signs or indicators. I immediately took her blood pressure. It was 250/130. I instructed her daughter to take her to the nearest Emergency Room. She agreed. At this point, I thought to myself why would this happen now? What changed? I ran a few tests and told them that this dramatic increase in blood pressure was an allergic reaction. They went to the hospital and at the hospital she had a stroke. She stayed at the hospital for a few days before being discharged. She returned to the office on Dec. 10, after being discharged. She had lost some motor function in her face and arm. She looked horrible. I gave her a chiropractic and BRT treatment. She returned on Sat. Dec. 13, looking somewhat improved. Again she received chiropractic and BRT treatment. She returned on Tuesday, Dec. 16, and the changes to this woman were simply unbelievable. She looked great! Almost all motor function was restored. She actually looked better than I had ever seen her in the past several years. What changed? I asked what had happened. She said that when I stated she had an allergic reaction, she and her daughter performed a simple at home test to see which food she might be allergic to. She said it was CORN! From that moment on, she has avoided corn and all corn products, and all corn derivatives such as corn syrup, corn starch, etc… With each passing day, her improvements were miraculous. Her blood pressure is normal and you would never know she had a stroke just 2 weeks ago. This experience has taught me to look for the unexpected in places one would not think to look. So now, I began checking food sensitivities and am finding that they do play an important part in handling chronic unresolved cases. Pass this information on to your friends and family. You may be able to help them more than you ever imagined.