I wanted to drop you a note and say hello. When I
was really sick I sent more emails because my life revolved
so much around the disease. Now, that I feel better I don't
think about it as much anymore.
The treatment has become a way of life for me; it's been
13 months and 16 days since I started. I
haven't had any blood work since 3/21/02; at the time my
viral load was 7,200,000 IU/ml, ALT 14, AST 35 and Genotype
1a. I have no idea what my numbers are now but I
I have kept up my research but it has been mostly focused
on diet at this point (because after months of research
I feel confidant that you have a treatment plan that I can't
punch a hole in).
One of the new interesting things I've learned lately involves
the use of wheatgrass to stimulate and regenerate the liver.
It involves the use of wheatgress implants, which
involves putting several ounces of fresh wheatgrass juice
into the lower bowl and retaining it for about 20 minutes.
method allows more chlorophyll to get directly to the liver
than one can comfortably drink at one setting. There
is more to the procedure, to do it safely and correctly
read The Wheatgrass Book by Ann Wigmore. It's a great
way to clean up your blood; it will give you noticeable
improvement in mental sharpness and make you feel strong.
I felt the difference immediately.
I'm a believer in organic raw food with plenty of wheatgrass
and sprouts. I eat mainly vegetarian but once in a
while I'll have some fish. I read on the message board
that you will be writing a book on diet, it will be great
to see your recommendations.
I hope your doing well and thanks again for everything.
PS. Lloyd as usual if you want to post my email you have
but please remember to remove my name