Florida Physician Assistant notes major changes in patients

May 17, 2009 at 3:19 am Leave a comment

rachel_garcia_wcredits2Within one week of bringing Mila into the practice we noticed some huge changes in our patients.  All constipation issues seemed to resolve in all consumers of Mila.  Everyone had increased energy levels and less aches and pains.  We also had a registered nurse with a mother who was a post-stroke patient and had a complete change in her mental status within ten days on Mila.

We did a lot of research and found  multiple studies showing that Omega-3s helped with hair and nail growth, acne vulgaris, neurodermatitis, photodermatitis, psoriasis, burns, dry skin, systemic lupus vulgaris, and even nonmelanoma skin cancer. We recommended Mila to every patient who had any of the above listed issues.

Many of our patients take an oral medication called Accutane which is used for the treatment of severe or recalcitrant acne, one of common side effects with Accutane is hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol).  Just last week one of my regular patients came in with quite amazing cholesterol results. We considered taking him off of the Accutane due to how high his cholesterol had become while taking the medication.  This time we placed him on Mila with the Accutane, his total cholesterol went from 264 to 200 in a 30-day period. I have personally seen this food change a number of peoples’ lives and this has been very satisfying to me as a health care provider.


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