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How I Reversed My Parkinson's Disease Symptoms

John Gray

Parkinson’s disease is a neurological condition afflicting about 1 percent of men and women over the age of seventy years old. Individuals with Parkinson’s disease have tremor of the hands, rigidity, poor balance, and mild intellectual deterioration. The tremor is most apparent at rest and is less severe with movement. Shaking or tremor is an early symptom of Parkinson's disease. Progression leads to trembling in arms, legs, jaw, and rigidity or stiffness of the limbs.

Research has shown that Parkinson's disease occurs when a small region in the brain, called the substantia nigra, begins to deteriorate. The neurons of the substantia nigra use the brain chemical dopamine. Tremors begin to happen and movement slows when you have inhibited dopamine function. Dopamine is broken down in the brain by an enzyme called monoamine oxidase (MAO). When the activity of MAO is inhibited, dopamine stays around longer and this benefits those with Parkinson’s disease.

L-dopa (L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine) is most commonly used to treat Parkinson’s disease. However there can be a number of negative side effects and problems associated with the administration of l-dopa (l-3, 4-dihydroxyphenylalanine) during treatment of Parkinson’s disease. This is thought to be because the administration of l-dopa may deplete the body of l-tyrosine, l-tryptophan, 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), serotonin, and sulfur amino acids. The properly balanced administration of l-dopa in conjunction with 5-HTP, l-tyrosine, l-cysteine and other supportive nutritional supplements can alleviate many of the negative side effects.

A study printed in the International Journal of Internal Medicine was done with 254 Parkinson’s patients who were newly diagnosed, with no previous treatment, and those who were diagnosed more than 20 years before and had tried many other medical treatment options. It showed that these supplements were helpful in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease.

Tyrosine is an amino acid that can be converted into L-dopa. Another way to increase dopamine levels is with the use of B vitamins. N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) is an antioxidant that can help regenerate glutathione.

Be careful when you add these supplements, when you are already taking L-dopa or other medicines that treat Parkinson’s disease, since the effects could be cumulative.

I suggest these nutritional supplements and protocol to help with the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease:

Tongkat Ali: 1 capsule 2 times a day
Super Minerals: 2 capsules, 3 times a day
Super Foods Shake: 1 shake, 2 times a day
B-Vitamins: 1 tablet, 2 times a day
5-HTP: 1 capsule, 2 times day
L-Tyrosine: 1 capsule, 3 times a day
NAC: 1 capsule (500mg), 3 times a day
Z-Natural: 5 drops in the morning, 5 drops in the evening
Vitamin C: (Liposomal is best) (1) tsp a day or Catie's Vitamin C Plus Antioxidant Drink, 1 time a day
Potential Vitamins: 1 a day
Grape Seed Extract: use as directed on the bottle
APMC 500: 1 capsule 3 times a day
**The Mannos X that John refers to in the video is found in Aloe Vera APMC 500.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the products discussed in this video.

I also recommend these clinics:

DBS Labs
8721 Falcon Street
Duluth, MN 55808

Telephone: 877-476-7229

Life Medical, PA
4201 Excelsior Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Telephone: 952-933-8900
Fax: 952-945-9536

Springfield Wellness Center
32900 Pitcher Road
Springfield, LA 70462

Telephone: 225-294-5955

The statements and products referred to throughout this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. They are the expressed opinion of John Gray for the sole purpose of educating the public regarding their health, happiness and improved quality of relationships. Individual results may vary. Seek the advice of a competent health care professional for your specific health concerns.

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  • cgenn
     11/13/2014 11:19:42 AM
    Watched your video on reversing your Parkinson symptoms and was very curious to know more. My Parkinson’s symptoms began in June 2006. I began a regimen of Carbidopa/Levodopa 25/100 mg in August 2012. My dosage is currently 5 tablets daily. My neurologist just added Requip to the protocol. Haven't started taking it yet. Since I have been taking Carbidopa/Levodopa for two years will I be able to wean myself off so that I can start taking Mucuna and the amino acids you are suggesting on your website? How do I do this? I am determined to get off the drugs and reverse my symptoms using alternative methods. Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for posting this information. ...
  • deelibo
     8/30/2014 6:38:07 PM
    I enjoyed your video on parkinsons john, but I don't know where to start with your natural supplements.I read your list that you have recommended but I am not sure. So here is my situation. I am a 56 year old male that has been diagnosed with "A" typical parkinsons about 3 years ago. I have been on the lowest dose of levocarb for that period. My prescription says levodop/carbidopa 250/25 mg. It is good that it has not progressed yet, so I was wondering what supplements would you suggest I start with . I hope to hear from you soon and by the way I also listened to you on coast to coast radio program one night and thought you very informative Thanx...
  • richard
     3/1/2014 4:19:22 AM
    enjoyed your video on parkinsons gave me some hope for my dad read about some side effects when taking 5 htp i guess i just want to know how safe it is to take 5 htp and tyrosine also can you get enough of these supplements by drinking a good protein powder my dad is 86 and has real hard time with walking and dementia trying to find something that could make life a little easier for him thank you