neuropathy

  1. Neuropathy linked to gluten in diet

    Beat nerve pain for good with one easy diet tweak

    It's the pain answer that MILLIONS of Americans have been waiting for.

    New research reveals one simple step you can take to END one of the most agonizing and relentless forms of pain.

    Neuropathy is pain caused by nerve damage.

    Those nerves can be disintegrating inside your body right now, and most docs will tell you that there's not much you can do about it except learn to cope when you can and take painkillers when you can't.

    Those docs are WRONG!

    There IS a step you can take right now that may help SLOW, STOP, or even REVERSE the nerve damage and END the pain.

    It's not a drug, a vitamin, a skin cream, or anything else.

    In fact, there's really nothing to buy at all.

    The REAL answer could be in your food!

    New research shows how gluten can trigger the reaction in your nerves that causes pain, especially the notorious "burning," "tingling," and "numbness" that so many people feel in their fingers, toes, back, hips, and more.

    Some folks even feel pain all over their faces, as if they've just taken a few hits from an invisible boxer.

    According to the new study, however, people with this gluten-sensitive form of neuropathy often see incredible improvements simply by making the extra effort to avoid these hidden wheat proteins.

    The more committed you are to this diet, the less pain you can expect.

    And if you can stick to a strict gluten-free diet, your risk of pain will plunge by a stunning 89 percent.

    There's no drug in the world -- not even the most powerful painkillers out there -- that can deliver that level of relief.

    But your diet CAN -- and along with easing pain, a gluten-free lifestyle can improve digestion and may even help you to drop a few pounds, too, which is why this lifestyle has become so popular in recent years.

    Not all cases of neuropathy are caused by gluten, so the diet won't necessarily help everyone with their pain.

    But there's good evidence that this could be a much more common cause of the condition than doctors have believed, and it could possibly be a key trigger of nerve damage in millions of Americans.

    If you've been suffering from nerve pain yourself, try going gluten-free to see if you feel any better. Some people feel improvements literally overnight, but for best results, give it a month or two to take effect.

  2. Neuropathy eased with natural therapies

    How to BEAT diabetic nerve pain without drugs

    Imagine a mechanic who "fixes" a flat tire by taking apart and reassembling the entire engine first.

    Then, when that doesn't work, he changes the oil and flushes the transmission fluid.

    Next, he examines all the belts and hoses to see if one of them might be the cause of your flat tire.

    Eventually, when nothing else fixes the problem, he patches up the tire, pumps some air into it and sends you home with a huge bill.

    Nuts, right?

    But believe it or not, that describes the mainstream approach to many common chronic health conditions!

    And a new report on diabetic neuropathy practically ENCOURAGES docs to take the most destructive and invasive approach FIRST.

    Then, when all else fails, they can consider natural therapies.

    The report on MedPageToday claims that the "evidence" shows that docs should throw one powerful drug after another at patients with this debilitating form of nerve pain.

    Experts told the website that docs need to START with powerful painkillers, such as gabapentin and/or pregabalin.

    When those don't work or eventually stop working -- as is pretty much guaranteed to happen, given that they won't stop the slow the destruction of the nerves -- the same experts say the next step is antidepressant drugs.

    Crazy? You bet it is... but hold on, because they're not done with you yet!

    Those drugs are also pretty much guaranteed to fail, so docs are under orders to add or switch to seizure meds, such as anticonvulsants.

    They've pulled apart your engine, flushed your fluids, messed with all your belts and hoses, and handed you a bill -- and meanwhile, you're still in absolute agony.

    So NOW -- only after everything else has failed -- experts claim you can consider natural therapies.

    The new report finds that nearly half of all patients with neuropathy have tried these treatments and more than 1 in 4 have found relief -- an impressive number when you consider that researchers lumped every single nondrug treatment in the book into "natural therapies," including a few that may not work.

    Yet the report finds these treatments should ONLY be used AFTER meds stop working... or if meds don't give enough relief.

    That's pure madness.

    You can beat neuropathy, slow the damage, and even reverse the condition without meds -- but natural treatments work best when you start ASAP. The longer you wait... the more damage you'll have in your nerves and the harder it is to treat.

    Take a two-step approach.

    First, consider a regimen of proven natural therapies including acetyl-L-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, B vitamins, herbal remedies, chiropractic, and acupuncture. As I share in the forthcoming December issue of my Health Revelations newsletter, using natural therapies can, in many cases, help you avoid taking drugs altogether!

    And second, help your body chase away the toxins that are worsening your diabetes, which is what's causing the nerve damage in the first place.

    I've developed a groundbreaking, science-backed protocol to wipe out those toxins and reverse the disease in as little as 30 days.

    I call it Diabetes Detox, and you can learn more about it -- and try it yourself risk-free -- right here.

  3. Neuropathy strikes pre-diabetics, too

    Neuropathy is a painful nerve condition that often strikes diabetics, but the latest science shows how pre-diabetes can also trigger the same damage.

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