Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Fibromyalgia: It's About Your Kidneys

Could the answer to Fibromyalgia really be simple? YES. It's a really, really big problem.....with a really simple solution. Take my word for it. It just about destroyed my life. Today, I feel better than I've ever felt, all because of this man.

Dr. St. Amand, a former UCLA medical center research professor, treats Fibro with Guaifenesin, a simple, safe, and over-the-counter medication discovered from a tree. He theorizes that Fibro is the outcome of kidneys that have "bad plumbing," causing excess phosphate buildup all over your body. Guaifenesin aids in excreting this from the body at a much more rapid rate than it came in. Many people won't ever know they have it, or if they do, won't feel symptoms until they've got 30+ years built up. Obviously there's a bit more to it, so make sure to read his book. 

If you think you or someone you know may have Fibro, find out if that's legitimately what it is first. A lot of conditions mimic this problem. If you truly have Fibro, you will have lumps and bumps of phosphate buildup. Once it starts coming out, your body will start to function the way it should. It's a miraculous protocol, with miraculous results. Be aware that it's one of those things that has to get worse before it gets better---so be dedicated to this treatment, and you will eventually feel amazing. Any other "treatment" will just band-aid the problem, while the Fibro continues to progress. Don't believe me? Read my story. 

Help me spread the word. This is a legitimate, inherited, and progressive disease. It can ruin someone's life if gone untreated. Bu with the guaifenesin protocol-
it CAN be completely reversed!!!!!

Thursday, January 12, 2017

The Phosphate Retention Theory of Fibromyalgia

Among all the theories about what causes fibromyalgia, one theory however is unique, because it makes us understand how a particular chemical imbalance could cause, by its own, all the symptoms of the disease.
The phosphate retention theory has been proposed by Dr. Paul St. Amand to explain the underlying cause of fibromyalgia. It also provides an explanation of how GUAIFENESIN works, why it is an effective treatment for all the symptoms of fibromyalgia, and why its action is blocked by the salicylates.
Fibromyalgia is nowadays known as metabolic disease. Fibromyalgia been of genetic influence, it would make sense that the metabolic underlying cause of fibromyalgia is the result of a genetic defect. Dr. Paul St. Amand believes that fibromyalgia is caused by an abnormality in phosphate excretion by the kidneys due to a genetic defect. Because GUAIFENESIN treats successfully all the symptoms of fibromyalgia, it seems evidence that it addresses to the underlying cause.
The various defective genes adversely alter the renal handling of phosphate. In people with defective genes there is, at birth, a minuscule retention of phosphate. Dr. Paul St. Amand believes that all the symptoms of fibromyalgia are due to a gradual accumulation of excess phosphate in the cells of the body due to an inherited genetic defect in the kidneys. It doesn't mean that the individual suffers from a disease of the kidneys, but that there is one specific defective biological function of the kidneys that creates all the disorders. The age at which a person begins to express symptoms is dependent upon the rate at which phosphate is being stored and where it is being stored.
• The role of phosphate
Phosphate, referring to phosphorus, is an essential mineral in the human body. If a person does not eliminate phosphate normally through excretion via the kidneys, it can slowly accumulate and cause problems. Cells utilize energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) - the universal currency of energy- to perform metabolic chores and the other crucial tasks that are vital to our existence. Most of the phosphates are located in the cells. Although the kidneys of fibromyalgics are still excreting some phosphate, they are doing so at a slightly less than optimum rate. Back into the bloodstream, the phosphates are forced to reintegrate the cells in the body where they will be gradually stored. Retention of phosphate interferes with energy formation in affected cells. The inability to form adequate energy in the affected tissues explains the entire spectrum of the illness. The function of the cell is compromised. If there is insufficient energy, "nothing works right". 
Symptoms are depending on where the excess phosphates are being stored. For example, mental fogginess, depression, sleep disorders would indicate that excess phosphate is being stored in the brain; critical levels in muscles and tendons cells would explain the location of pains; irritable bowel symptoms could be due to phosphate storage in the digestive tract; hormones disorders could be due to an impact on one or several glands of excess phosphate. 
• The role of mitochondria
Energy is supplied to cells by mitochondria, little intracellular units which power every cell in the body, in form of ATP (adenosine triphosphate). It is used for all sorts of biochemical jobs, from muscle contraction to hormone production. Accumulation of phosphate in the cell due to an inherited inability of the kidneys to excrete phosphate normally, causes a mitochondria failure, and this results in poor supply of ATP, causing pain, fatigue, allergies and autoimmune disturbances, poor digestive function, hormone gland failure, slow liver detoxification, all fibromyalgia symptoms. 
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