The Deanna ProtocolTM is an all-natural, safe, and inexpensive nutritional therapy developed for ALS. Scientific studies have proven that the Deanna ProtocolTM significantly slows the progression of ALS and extends life span. To date, several individuals diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Alzheimer's Disease have improved significantly and/or have stabilized after following the Deanna ProtocolTM under the supervision of their respective physicians. We seek to perfect this protocol to eventually provide a nutritional therapy for individuals with other NDs, such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease. The first phase of our protocol focuses on stopping nerve cell death in persons with NDs, which will stabilize their physical condition and slow deterioration of the nerves and muscles.
Our next phase of protocol focuses on repairing damaged nerve cells and stimulating the growth of new nerve cells in the body, which reverses damage caused by NDs. Neurodegenerative diseases are aggressive and fatal, and there is no known cure. In providing a nutritional therapy for individuals affected by NDs, we intend to prolong the lives of patients and offer them a better quality of life until a cure is found! We seek to give individuals with NDs the one gift they are often told is out of reach, hope!
There is an opportunity for us to expand WFND’S current therapy program for PALS (People with ALS) and to totally stop ALS progression. Although not a cure, this new therapy will buy PALS time until a cure is found. By expanding the current therapy regimen to include another supplement, we believe research will prove that beginning this therapy will stop the disease in its tracks. The problem is the supplement in question, glutamate oxaloacetic transaminase (GOT), does not exist for human consumption. Please take a moment to read this letter to better understand the importance of an updated therapy program to include GOT and the Deanna Protocol™(DP), and to see how you can help.
The Deanna Protocol™, which is part of the WFND Program for ALS, supplies energy to cells to keep them from dying. This has been proven via anecdotal evidence from PALS, and via mouse studies. When the cells die, they release glutamate into the extracellular space, which kills the contiguous cells. If we can supply enough energy to the PALS to stop the cells from dying, we can prolong their lives. However, if too many cells are dying, we cannot keep up with the cell death by supplying energy alone. Therefore, it is imperative that we neutralize the glutamate.
Research already done at the Weizmann Institute in Israel has found a method to neutralize glutamate using GOT and hence, stopping the spread of ALS. There is enough anecdotal and research evidence indicating that the combination approach of the DP and GOT will totally stop the progression of ALS. There is a supplement, oxaloacetate, currently on the market that neutralizes glutamate, but it is extremely short lived in circulation and not nearly as effective as GOT.
At this time, GOT is only made for research and not for human consumption. WFND has funded a research study on ALS mice, which will test the combination of the DP plus GOT to determine if the results are superior to using only the DP. Based on previously performed research on the DP and GOT, individually, we foresee a positive result where these substances will work together to stop ALS.
It is that time again where the year is coming to an end and we all begin to come up with our New Years Resolutions. For most of us we start off really strong for the first week or so and the strongest of us last the month of July but it seems after that most people fall off the wagon and go back to the way things were pre-New Years. This coming year it is time to change that pattern and stick to our resolutions.
It seems every year many people make the same types of resolutions. According to statistics gathered by the University of Scranton the top 10 resolutions of 2014 included: Lose weight, get organized, spend less save more, enjoy life, stay fit and healthy, learn something exciting, quit smoking, help others, fall in love and spend more time with family. Of the resolutions made 47% of them are aimed at self-improvement or education related resolutions while 38% is weight related. After the holidays are over it is no wonder so many people want to get fit and healthy in the New Year. If statistics of New Years resolutions interest you take a look at the following link: http://www.statisticbrain.com/new-years-resolution-statistics/.
With only 46% of resolution makers making it past six months, it is time to get focused and learn to make resolutions that can last and really make an impression on the rest of our life. An article on Huffington post lists 10 tricks to help keep your New Years resolution. The first thing is to set short-term goals this way it is more manageable and less overwhelming to keep up with it. Another suggestion is to make sure to schedule time for your resolution. Now days we are so busy that if we do not actually set time up each day for something its unlikely we will get to it. Put it on your calendar or set an alarm on your phone this way you will always remember to focus some of your energy on your goals. If you would liked to take a look at all ten tricks feel free to take a look at the article by following this link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jeanette-pavini/10-tricks-to-help-you-actually-keep-your-new-years-resolutions_b_4550549.html .
So feel confident this year in yourself and make that resolution to save more money, maybe $100 a month and then by the end of the year you will have $1,200. Remember think small and manageable and you are more likely to have success. Wishing luck on all those who take on the challenge this coming year!