Mila’s effect on rheumatoid arthritis

June 9, 2009 at 7:53 pm Leave a comment

karen_gadol_wcredits1I have a 50-year old patient with rheumatoid arthritis. Her wrists were swollen, red and painful. Although, this was not why she came to see me, I couldn’t help but notice. I shared Mila with her and she reported at her next visit that as long as she consumed the food regularly, it helped to control her pain.

A 72 year-old patient has taken a laxative weekly for over 30 years to manage her chronic constipation. I shared Mila with her. Two weeks later she called to say that she was having bowel movements daily with no laxative use.

Another patient asked if it was safe for her 3-year old daughter to consume Mila. I assured her it was, as it is food and just like eating an apple or an orange. She told me that her daughter had experienced 8-10 seizures per day since she was 5 months old. No cause for the seizures could be determined. The child was on seizure medication but still experienced 8-10 episodes per day. Since initiation of Mila into their family diet, the seizures have almost stopped. She reports the child has had only 4-5 seizures over a 5 month period. These events have been shorter in duration and much less severe. Her child is also now speaking in sentences where she used to only “babble and point” to communicate.

A 48 year-old patient who consumes the Standard American Diet (SAD) came in with low energy and fatigue. I encouraged her to put some nutrition into her daily diet by adding Mila. At her follow-up visit she reported that she “loved Mila.” Her energy was up, her mood was improved, her outlook was better and she was telling all of her friends about it.


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