It would be great if we could have a link to this, I for one would like to know more about this cure, and I am sure that everyone else would like to know as well, if anyone knows anything please post the link asap. Regards: Andrea.
I found some of Gary Nulls Info. April 22, 2008 6:44 AM
VITAMIN A, ANYONE?COPD is chronic emphysema and bronchitis, commonly experienced by heavy smokers. For patients with COPD-or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Vitamin A supplementation improved lung function. The dose was 1000 RE/d. Chronic nutrition depletion is characteristic of people with COPD. Ray Sahelian states that the following nutrients and herbs could be considered: "Creatine may help with muscle strength and endurance. Ginseng in very low dosages [could help] and Omega- 3 fatty acids can be anti-inflammatory agents. Glutamine is an amino acid [that also could be helpful]". Ask your health care practitioner for advice on dosages. NAC, or n-acetyl cysteine is also cited by another website as a helpful nutrient.
This book delineates the poor conditions the animals you eat are kept in, how they are kept alive by antibiotics with horrible lung diseases stemming from their cramped conditions which you and I could not even breathe without wheezing.
It seems to me that lung function would be improved with daily swims in a chlorinated swimming pool or jacuzzi. Swimming would serve to disinfect if one stays in it long enough for eyes to get bloodshot and skin to look like a prune, and also to dissolve sludge in the body(including the lungs), removing it. Also, swimming is the best aerobic exercise known for the chest(if memory serves me correctly). Swims in the ocean would replenish the elements and nutrients required by the body.
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Thank you for posting this important information, I am sure it will be of interest to many of us, I also agree with you that swimming is good for the lungs , I for one love swimming as I grew up near the ocean, but like a lot of us as we get older we don't go very much, something to do with body image ha ha, but if we can put that aside and think about our health a bit more it could be of great benefit to us. Keep up the great posts. Regards: Andrea.