Knowledgebase: COPD
COPD FAQs
Posted by on 13 December 2013 10:27 AM
 
Q: Hi I was very excited to discover your website. My mum is 64 and is very poorly with copd. She has almost every puffer and tablets in the doctors surgery and is getting worse. I would love a copy of your book could you e mail it or post it, Im not very good with computers so not quite sure how the e books work. I will try anything to get my mum better she deserves so much more than she has now. I would like to buy some of the serrapeptase and am trying to work out how to do this on the computer. Thank you for your advice and information. -Jill R., UNITED KINGDOM
A: Follow the link below for the plan as well as the book next. Email everyday if needed to recover her.
COPD Health Activity Plan and COPD Health Plan
 
 
Q: Hello,

Please could you tell me which would be best to purchase:
Yamoa Powder or Ajebine capsules?
it is for Asthma and COPD
+ also, can I pay with a Maestro Debit Card?
+ how many days should it take to reach me in London England?

Many thanks,

Sarah W.,

UNITED KINGDOM.
A: Dear Sarah,

Yamoa is the establsihed product for these conditions you mention.
Yes it is for both Asthma and COPD.
Yes you can pay by debit card.
You are advised to purchase it in the UK as you will be charged VAT/Duty/Post Office handling charge of £30 for these taxes. It takes about 7 days from the USA.
Ordering it in the UK www.GoodHealthNaturally.com it is sent out same day for orders placed before 1pm.

My recommendations are to also take:
SerraPlus+ or BlockBuster
Curcumin98.
 
 
Q: My husband had two heart attack Lung Cancer and copd. and a diabetia which product is best for him? -Peggy S., UNITED STATES.

A: The plan is coming in the link below. There is lots to do but I believe it is all needed to give him the best possible chance.
I will be here to give you all of the help and support you need.
COPD Health Activity Plan and COPD Health Plan

 

Lung Health Recovery Plan and Lung Health Activity Plan

 
 
Q: Dear Robert:

I live in San Diego, California and my next door neighbor is Lisa C. who has some connection to your products and highly recommends that I take Serrapeptase.  She already has me on Curcumin98 but I would like to explain to you my medical problems and medications that I take so that you can give me the go-ahead!

I suffer from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and take a daily inhaler called "Floradil", which seems to help.  I also have some osteoporosisissues with my hips, so am on a medication called "Evista."  Eight years ago I developed throat cancer, was successfully treated with chemo and radiation, but the radiation destroyed my saliva glands.  As a result, I readily contract "candida," a thrush-like rash in my mouth.  For that I take twice-weekly doses of Diflucan to keep it under control.  My doctor also has me on "Singulair", which is supposed to help guard against asthma-like attacks from environmental conditions.

I'm 71 years old, a very active golfer, in pretty good shape, eat well, etc.etc. but I live in fear of contracting pulmonary or bronchial infections as I've been hospitalized for these twice in the last 10 years.  My breathing is normally pretty good unless we have environmental conditions that causethe bronchial issues, such as smog and wildfires, both prevalent in this area.
I would appreciate an answer from you at your convenience.  Thank you so much.

Jan H.,

UNITED STATES
A: I am in the beautiful Island of Mallorca at present fitting a solar electric system in our farm house. I have been hoping to hear from you since Lisa first mentioned you. My mother died of COPD at age 65 and I have spent the last 22 years researching the solution to it. I have helped many thousands of suffers world wide and look forward to helping you.
I trust you may be feeling some benefit from the Curcumin98 but there are other things you can take to give you a better and healthier future.
1. Diet is critical. See separate food plan sent via email. This will help both the COPD and reverse the ostoporosis by alkalizing your body.
2. Keep going with Curcumin98
3. Add BlockBuster serrapeptase formula.
4. Add OxySorb to improve oxygen absorption.
5. Add BetaFactor (Beta 1,3-D Glucan) to support your immune system.
6. Add Olive Leaf extract and keep it in case of any infection. Take it at the hifgest dose to quickly clear it up.
7. If you still need the drugs after a month or so take a course of AJEBINE™ powder or caps to get you of them. They all have long term side effects.

I look forward to hearing your good results.
 
 
Q: I have been taking serrapeptase for a couple of weeks now for COPD and it has startd to work (I think - I am breathing a bit better). However I am suffering from diarrhea and slight stomach pains - is this a side effect of serrapeptase - shall I carry on or disconitnue? -Sue G., UNITED KINGDOM
A: Which serrapeptase and strength are you taking and how many?

Did you have digestive problems previously?
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,

Still feel nauseous with Serrapeptase. Have tried four brands in all dont think they like me!. Anything just as good as serrapetase that you know of? (For COPD)

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards

Sue G.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: Have you followed my digestive recovery plan?
If so and no results then follow the COPD plan in this link and replace Serranol with CurcuminX4000

COPD Health Activity Plan and COPD Health Plan
 
 
Q: What about bruising caused from barely bumping them (my hands and upper arms) it is blood under the skin, like batemans plura, I think that is what it is called. And I have high blood pressure and bronchitis (copd). -Christine B., UNITED STATES
A: Your problems are that you are seriously malnourished from eating processed foods and not enough supplements to make up for those missing from the over-farmed foods.

I am attaching the plan below that will get you healthy and clear all of these problems completely.
http://reallyhealthyfoods.com/

For your Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): COPD Health Activity Plan and COPD Health Plan
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,
My Brother has forwarded me your name and I would like to ask a question please.

My Aunt is 75years and has COPD. She is getting progressively worse and my brother recommended Serrapeptase. I went along to my local health shop and enquired about it and they also agreed that it was a good thing to take, however they also said that she should be taking a few other things with it as it works better as part of a combination of things. I was wondering if this information is correct and if so can you recommend what she should be taking. She doesn't have a great diet and is now almost house bound, she has lost all interest in her surroundings and doesn't really want to do anything anymore - I have noticed that she is taking more and more chest infections as time goes on - not helped I may add by the fact that she still smokes! Please can you help as I'm really at my wits end - she only wants to sit on the chair wrapped in a blanket!

Anne S.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: Anne,

Your Aunt is too far gone to rely on shop advice no matter how well meaning.
There are three challenges:

1. There is a lot to do inc food, supplements and some exercise and will need a strong life force to make the changes.
2. She may be depressed now and that increases the supplements she needs to get her focused on recovery.
3. She needs someone with her everyday for at least a couple of weeks to support the initial phase to get her feeling physically and mentally stronger.

Obviously there are a few super supplements that she can take to get her feeling stronger and more focused but diet and some exercise will still need help as will getting her to take these nutrients for the first couple of week.

I do not care that she keeps smoking as long as she gets mentally and physically stronger. Giving up smoking can wait.

What she needs at the moment is someone to look her in the eye and say, "you can get better and just a few weeks of a few changes will show you how good you can feel, and then it will only get better".

The plan is in the link below:
COPD Health Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,

Thank you for your reply below, you mentioned a ‘plan was coming next’ can you advise what that means – I have organised someone to be home with my aunt as you recommended. Many thanks for your time and help.

Kind regards

Anne S.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: Anne,

Sorry but it was stuck in my pending box awaiting the Send butto clicking.
It has gone to you now with lots of attachments to print and collate into her Plan Folder.

Please get back to me anytime you need help with this plan and for other help if she is depressed.

The things for depression are:
Emotion Nutrition  -  You buy it here http://www.goodhealthnaturally.com/products/Emotion_Nutrition/ but to read about it you need to click here as it is not allowed to say these things in the UK no matter how truthful they are. http://www.prlab.com/depression_nutrition.htm

SAM-e Plus+  - http://www.goodhealthnaturally.com/products/SAMe1T/

RelaxWell  -  http://www.goodhealthnaturally.com/products/SAMe1T/ or this is better as it has a special offer with Magnesium Lotion which makes the perfect massage http://www.goodhealthnaturally.com/products/Sleep-Relax-Pack/

FYI I already take RelaxWell for sleep and most of the things your aunt takes for good health. Members of my family have taken the Dpression supplemesnt with excellent results. One cannot take too many supplements in spite of dire warnings to the contrary.
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,

Thank you so much for the information – I will read and digest and then plan my attack on how to get this wee woman to even think about changing her eating habits (def old school – meat, spuds and gravy! Bread and jam,with lots of sticky buns and milky deserts!) Don’t know how successful I’ll be but I will try my very best now that I have your information to back me up!

Going on how young you and your wife look would make me convinced to take serrapeptase myself – it also helps digestion too doesn’t it? I could forget the lotions and potions if I could achieve your youthful appearance! What would you recommend for me?

Again many thanks for your time and help.

Kind regards

Anne S.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: Anne,

Tease, fancy telling me you work for pensions since I believe all pensions will be gone (except for MPs of course) in the next 10-15 years and I tell everyone to get healthy because they will be working until at least they are 70. That is for another day, now the best way you can get and stay healthy is a really healthy foods diet. See attached and if you have specific issues let me know so I can recommend a plan.

http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/177/26/really-healthy-foods-plan-and-pdf
 
 
Q: Haha Robert, you have put a smile on my face this morning! – I had thought I had removed those details from the email before sending! Obviously it was the thought of looking younger for my 51years that made me forget to delete it – either that or the memory loss from menopause has finally taken the last brain cell! I’ll go with either excuse!

On the pensions front I actually agree with you – the state pensions age has increased for women, I will not get a state pension now until I am 66 which although I can still draw my benefits from Occupation pension at 60, means that I will have lost 6 years of state pension,(which in my case amount to a considerable amount of money approx 30k!). So to be healthy is as you say a must rather than anything else!

When I read some of your literature on Serrapeptase I was interested to learn that it acts as an anti inflammatory, and helps with the digestive system, in cleaning out toxins and keeping the colon in order. I have pains in my hands, fingers and wrists (joints),have had tests done and nothing has been found wrong anywhere so I have put it down to hormone loss due to being on the peri-menopausal road and have decided to put up and shut up so to speak with the hope that it will go whenever I come out the other side of this natural state! I would have digestive problems in that I have IBS, and a rather lazy bowel that seems to perform better the less I eat! Worked that out over years of eating the wrong foods! I wasn’t surprised to read your advise on starchy carbs, had the moment of ‘ahh! That’s why!’ So would like a plan on what I could take for my hand pains – obviously doesn’t stop me from working (I’m at a computer all day – doesn’t help either but what can I do!!) and for general well being – I don’t take ‘pills’ as a general rule, but have read so much good reports about Serrapeptase that I would like to see if it works for me!

Kind regards  

Anne S.,

UNITED KINGDOM

A: Hi Anne,

It seems so easy to write that but it may have something to do with the fact that my wife is also Anne with an e.

For you the simple solution for future good health is to give up all starchy carbs, and foods and drinks that come via  a factory (except frozen veggies and fruits.

Follow the food plan I sent and ideas at www.ReallyHealthyFoods.com where you can see the other Anne in my life doing some of her simple recipes without carbs.
Start to create a menu/recipe book with all of your breakfast, lunch, evening meals, snacks, packed lunches and restaurant choices to keep you away from un-natural foods (yes carbs and milk are not natural foods) and making it easy to stay with really healthy foods.

I suggest Serranol rather than simple serrapeptase. This is the same as your aunt and it is a super formula. I have worked at a standing up desk for the past 12 years since I saw studies that show we die sooner if we sit down for more than 3 hrs per day (and daily exercises do not change this).

Once you have done this for 3-6 months then we can refine things to create perfect health.

If the pain in your joints is still there after 4 weeks on this plan then come back to me to discuss HealthPoint (see the video www.DoveHealth.com)

PS I have my fingers crossed re your Aunt but I am well aware of the challenges and my big dream is to win the lottery and open a residential health recovery centre where people go for 4-8 weeks to be get initial recovery and be (re)taught how to live their life to carry on getting better.  This would conform to this new government policy, payment by results.
 
 
Q: Robert – thanks a million for all the advice and information given – I will indeed start doing the menu’s etc. I give thanks for the fact that I actually love fruit and veg and had cut down on the carbs and up’d my protein intake to lose some excess pounds I’d gained (totally my own fault here I know! Bend elbow, open mouth, put rubbish in! on sofa as a baked potato never mind eating them!!!) However now educated further with your information will be more disciplined – although am aware it may take time to get fully into the swing of things! Cutting out dairy will be more difficult for me as I love yoghurt Change to Sheep's milk yoghurt, mixed berries and Quinoa
and bran for breakfast and the milky coffee outta Starbucks – really only diary I take on a regular basis. Once you change to Americano anything else will make you sick.

As from my Aunts perspective I don’t know how that will go – she doesn’t like change at all, tell her from me that everything changes, if she does nothing different then everything will change for the worse. If she does something then things can get better. very set in her ways and secretly I think she thrives on the attention she is getting from ‘not being well’!! Just this morning I phoned to ask how she is feeling today and ask her to get out into the sun for a little while(take advantage of it as we don’t get much of it here in NI), just even to improve her thought processes never mind that it is good for her and she replies – nah I’m sweating one minute and cold the next so the sun will only make me warm, and anyway I don’t like the sun!!!!!How do you argue with that eh! (She has had hormonal breast cancer in the past and is currently taking Tamoxofin for 5 years – side effect to that is hormonal hot flushes – cold comes from the fact she is elderly and doesn’t move unless it’s vital! – so exercise is also a major issue for me to get her to do!) It will be an uphill struggle for me but one I will try and conquer! Maybe when she starts taking the Serranol it will give me the argument to get her moving! I will let you know how we’re getting on over the next months. A stranger will have better chance and that is why I said about a carer going in for a month (if she could afford it)

I wish for you also to fulfil your dreams – but perhaps you should just ask for it to happen without the lotto win as your thought process is stopping it from happening because you think you need to win the lotto in order to allow you to fulfil this dream – positivity wins the day!! Only joking, I disprove of the Lotto. I also don't believe in positive thinking. No matter how positive we think about the politicians, they will still be corrupt and stupid at the end of the day.

Thanks again for all your help.

Kind Regards

ANNE S.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: Please get back to me anytime you need help.
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,

A: Bill,

No, stay with 2 x 3 times per day, 30mins before eating a meal.

To clear your COPD completely then follow my plan in the eBook attached.

Really Healthy Foods

http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/9/0/really-healthy-foods

Against The Grain
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/21/0/against-the-grain

Healthier Lungs in 30 Days
http://reallyhealthylungs.com/books/healthy-lungs-in-30-days/

 
 
Q: I have chronic bronchitis (COPD) and am now on oxygen 24/7. I have been since June of 2012. I was searching the internet and found this product. Please tell me if it would help with the COPD and how to take it if it does. Thank You so much.
Sherry,
A: Your conditions can be totally cleared if you can stay on this plan and the detail. I am here to support you through the plan.

Go to this link:
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan
 
 
Q: I suffer from severe COPD and have recently been prescribed theophylline to the already potent cocktail of Spriva and Symbicort. I have taken probiotics, antioxidants, CoQ10, magnesium and fish oil for years with quite good effect and was inspired by your article on serrapeptase. I do however have a degree of concern about the possibility if eosinophilac pneumonitis.

Kind regards

Ingrid E.,

AUSTRALIA
A: Ingrid,

Why do you have concern about eosinophilac pneumonitis when I have helped hundreds of thousands to clear COPD for 12 years with no side effects?

Read my eBook attached which shows how I help reverse COPD within 30 day

Healthier Lungs in 30 Days
http://reallyhealthylungs.com/books/healthy-lungs-in-30-days/
 
 
Q: Good Evening,

I happened upon your site this evening. My pops has stage III COPD. He is on oxygen 24/7 and unable to do too much. On a good day, he can still get in to the gym and walk at a slow pace on the treadmill for about 30 minutes. He does not sleep well anymore and his appetite has deteriorated. He has been on prednisone for years...years. His doctor said he would not qualify for a lung transplant and he probably could not make it through a lung reduction surgery. I am constantly looking for "new" things for him to try to help him. To say I am very worried, is an understatement.
Do you think Serrapeptase would help?

Thank you.

Stacie M.,

UNITED STATES
A: Stacie,

It may sound unbelievable but even at this stage it can be pulled back. I am placing the link below for my plan and there are no easy answers but they are effective.

COPD Health Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan
 
 
Q: What happened to serrapeptase.info I can't access it. How do I order your products?
I have copd and had a pulmonary embolisim.

Rick,

UNITED STATES
A: Rick,

See my new super successful plan in the attached eBook. I am sending a simplified version of it in my next email.
You can see all of the things at www.GoodHealthUSA.com but their site is down for the weekend while they move to a new faster server.

Healthier Lungs in 30 Days
http://reallyhealthylungs.com/books/healthy-lungs-in-30-days/
 
 
Q: Hi Robert, Question:

I have copd and it is getting wose. Last year I could walk 3 miles and now have trouble doing one.
I also do water arobics 3 times a week, but keep my inhaler handy. It is getting now that if I carry heavier things I get out out of brearth also. I had quit smoking 10 years before this started.
Right before it started I had used Kilnz to cover smoke stains on a bathroom wall at my business from burning candles in the room as there were no windows. Had to stop half way through and go
outside to get some air, then went back and finished. That night my husband had to take me to the emergency room. after I saw a Dr. they said it was from my previous smoking and not from the Kilnz,
as that would have cleared up in a few weeks. What if anything, can you suggest that I use to help me out.

Thank You

Carol H.
A: Carol,

The good news is the plan from my book will show good results within 30 days. The bad news is you and I have some work to put in to get the details correct and keep you on the recovery plan.
Have a good look at the plan at this link and read the PDF eBook attached to it.

Then come back to me by registering at www.GoodHealthHelpDesk.com with your questions.

COPD Health Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan
 
 
Q: Dear Robert,

I am very excited after finding out about Serrapeptase.I am a 70yr.old female. I was diagnosed with Emphysema 5yrs.ago. I had accepted that it was a progressive illness that could not be cured. When I read about The 'Miracle'Enzyme on my daily Google news about Emphysema, my daughter rushed out & purchased some. I have been taking it for just 12 days & already I am feeling great benefit from it. I have been reading everything I can about it. I am recomending it to all my family & friends as nearly everyone can benefit from it one way or another. The reason for my getting in touch with you is to try to get a clear list of the different doses each one should take. I am taking 1 60,000iu 3 times a day. I would like to know if that is correct & when to reduce & to what dosage. Is there a clear chart to follow for all different ailments please? I would appreciate your help on this if possible.

Yours eternally grateful for the new hope you have given me,

Sheila H.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: Sheila,
The best is yet to come. I am sending the full plan below for your condition. The more you do the better you will feel. All of the plans are in my book The miracle enzyme and you can read lots more on the web sitewww.serrapeptase.info
Email back any time and listen to me onwww.GoodHealthRadio.org
 
The full plan is as below. I can advise further on the amounts in a month when you report your progress (I take 4 per day just for feeling good and ant aging.

    SerraPlus+ 2 x 3 times per day
    Curcumin98 3 x 3 times per day
    OxySorb 1 squirt under tongue 4 times per day
    Active Life 2 x 15ml per day

See above at www.GoodHealthNaturally.com or call 0870-241-4237


This is sometimes referred to as the cave man/woman diet as it does not have any processed food food. I am developing a new web site www.ReallyHealthyFoods.com where we plan to post menus, meal ideas and food lists from the list below. It will be updated over the coming weeks and so keep checking it for changes.

My recovery food plan  (and anti-aging) and to maintain 'perfect Health' (pH).

Eating a mainly alkaline diet (high pH) is the other critical thing to do (see attached shopping ideas).

    STOP all during recovery, all, starchy carbohydrates (breads, pastry, cookies, breakfast cereals, rice, potatoes, and pasta), processed foods and milk products. Once you have regained pH then cheating occasionally is normal. You will notice how bad you felt in the past from just one meal of these.  Try to stick to only whole grains or brown rice if you do cheat on your health.
    Eat some of the following foods every 2 hours.
    Eat up to 14 portions of fresh or frozen veggies daily (in soups, juiced, stir-fried, steamed etc) 50% raw juiced (use the pulp in soups) (Organic if possible).
    Eat 5 portions of beans, nuts and seeds (soaked and mashed for the nuts and seeds)
    Eat 5 portions dark skinned fruits, (blueberries, cherries, red grapes (especially the minimum of 2 avocados daily) etc).
    Hemp, Omega 3 or Krill Oil and other healthy oils such as olive oil etc
    Drink 8 glasses of distilled or filtered water per day with a large pinch of bicarbonate of soda.
    Take 3 x 1/2 teaspoons of Sea or Rock salt daily in food or a little water.
    Exercise every day: gentle rebounding for 30mins or fast walking for 3 miles and low weight training ( all to the music of your youth). If you have serious health issues then you can start with lying on your back and cycling your legs in the air as this will improve circulation to your organs, legs and take the pressure of your heart and lungs when exercising.
 
 
Q: My sister Susan recently ordered and had shipped to me the Nature's 1st line of defence against infections kit plus several other supplements (Probiotic14, Oxysorb, Serranol, Daily Immune Protection with EPICOR, ExSelen, and Vit D3) to help with my COPD. I am currently taking Azithromycin. Are there any problems or concerns when taking these drugs together with the antibiotic?

Thank You

Fred L.
A: Fred,
No problem whatsoever taking them together.
You do need however some Prescript Assist to overcome the damage the antibiotic has done to your friendly bacteria. It is well established that antibiotics leave our own system weaker.
See (www.Probiotic29.com) and the studies there.
 
 
Q: My mum has been treated for COPD for the last twelve months but has been suffering for 3 years. My mum used to smoke but stopped over 3.5 years ago. I have been advised about serrapeptase i feel it is too good to be true but have purchased 4 bottles today via your webiste - i am very eager to get them to see if they change my mums life and give her at least a better day to day quality.She takes a big selection of medication and also uses an immeblisher 4-6 times a day. I am just concerned that i have read that these could cause worse lung infections is that true? Thanks.

Joanne P.
A: Joanne,

Firstly serrapeptase cannot cause lung infection and that is biologically impossible. If it really happened 25 years ago then it was a contaminated batch. Since that report many millions more throughout the world have taken it and in todays fast communication it would have been well documented.Your mum will do OK just on Serrapeptase and if you add more things and change her diet (the real cause of her problems) then she may clear the problems and get of the drugs and their inherent side effects.Secondly I do not sell serrapeptase. I create formulations and others sell them throughout the world.

I am sending my full plan for your mums recovery below. My mum died 23 years ago when I was 43 of COPD and that is why I am here to day making sure others recover and get of the drugs.

The full plan is as follows.

    SerraPlus+ or SerraEzyme 80,000iu 2 x 3 times per day and reduce to 1 x 3 when big improvement takes place.
    Curcumin98 3 x 3 times per day
    OxySorb 1 squirt under tongue 4 time sper day or before exerting yourself
    Active Life 15ml x 2 times per day with food.

Try to get started on the food plan today and refine your menu as you move ahead. I eat avocados for every meal when I am traveling as there are not many places I would eat. I eat these as a snack and a small meal and salads and if I can be Eating a mainly alkaline diet assured of the source, salmon and vegetables. The soup recipe in my book is great as a meal. Consider Sprouted Bread as a substitute.

This is sometimes referred to as the cave man/woman diet as it does not have any processed food food. I am developing a new web site www.ReallyHealthyFoods.com where we plan to post menus, meal ideas and food lists from the list below. It will be updated over the coming weeks and so keep checking it for changes.

My recovery food plan  (and anti-aging) and to maintain 'perfect Health' (pH).

Eating a mainly alkaline diet (high pH) is the other critical thing to do (see attached shopping ideas).

    STOP all during recovery, all, starchy carbohydrates (breads, pastry, cookies, breakfast cereals, rice, potatoes, and pasta), processed foods and milk products. Once you have regained pH then cheating occasionally is normal. You will notice how bad you felt in the past from just one meal of these.  Try to stick to only whole grains or brown rice if you do cheat on your health.
    Eat some of the following foods every 2 hours.
    Eat up to 14 small portions (about the size of your fist) of fresh or frozen veggies daily (in soups, juiced, stir-fried, steamed etc) 50% raw juiced (use the pulp in soups) (Organic if possible).
    Eat 5 portions of beans, nuts and seeds (soaked and mashed for the nuts and seeds)
    Eat 5 portions dark skinned fruits, (blueberries, cherries, red grapes (especially the minimum of 2 avocados daily) etc).
    Hemp, or Krill Oil and other healthy oils such as olive oil etc
    Drink 6 glasses of distilled or filtered water per day with a large pinch of bicarbonate of soda.
    Take 3 x 1/2 teaspoons of Sea or Rock salt daily in food or a little water.
    Exercise every day:  Lie on your back and cycle your legs in the air. Get someone to hold your feet to get you started. Blood is the bringer of life and health and it only circulates when your' moving.

Really Healthy Foods
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/9/0/really-healthy-foods
 
 
Q: I was diagnosed with mild COPD nearly two years ago. Currently I am inhaling 400/12 twice daily doses of budesonide, formoterol fulmaroate dehydrate (Symbicort). I have read carefully the details about you product Serrapeptase and am interested to know if it might help. Or is there another of your products better suited? My doctor sits on the fence about alternative medication, but would not object if it does not conflict. Do you think it would be compatible? I am just 70 year of age and am very active (gym three times per week plus fast walking) and rarely suffer any breathlessness!

Looking forward to your comments.

Thank you.

David B.,

UNITED KINGDOM
A: David,

If I was you I would object to my doctor keeping prescribing steroids and not solving your problem. I would expect my doctor to know and tell me that long term steroids and beta agonists are not good for my long term health (accoring to the studies).
I would tell me doctor to get off the fence and come down on the side of health care and disease management with dangerous drugs.
As a 70 year old you will remember that when were young we were give cod liver oil to supplements the Vitamin D3 that was short in the diet. Well it is still short and children are suffering from rickets because doctors have been brainwashed to say that as long as you eat a balanced diet you will get all of the nutrients you need. Totally and utterly wrong.

My recovery plan is attached. Please read it and come back to me if you agree it is time to get healthy and stop caring for disease.

Healthier Lungs in 30 Days
http://reallyhealthylungs.com/books/healthy-lungs-in-30-days/

COPD Health Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,
I’ve got a specific question regarding which version of Serrapetase to incorporate as your protocols for three distinct health issues mention a different formula of Serrapeptase for each problem.
I have “severe COPD” and on oxygen 24/7 since May of 2011.
Recently I was diagnosed ARTERIAL SCHLEROSIS (also communicated that it is severe).
I have old nerve damage as a result of chronic cramping in the bottom of my foot for several years prior to these two diagnosis.
I do not have cholesterol issues in fact a recent “thorough” blood work and complete heart evaluation shows me to be in very good health with the heart “normal”. The exception is calcium in the veins (high score) discovered this summer prior to both the heart and blood workups. HOWEVER, they did not address the recently developing tachycardia in the blood screen. (sigh)
Yes I did read your statement about heart attacks occurring with low cholesterol. It is noted with regard to going into the excercise slowly.
The lung diagnosis of severely damaged was given in 2006 after pneumonia. It was upgraded to severe COPD after I had what is referred to as an exacerbation event in 2011. At that time I was put on oxygen 24/7 and prescribed tons of drugs none of which I took with the exception of albuterol for the occasional asthma.
I had massive doses of prednisone both with the pneumonia and the exacerbation and knew I was gonna pay for it down the road. I did this summer with pretty much sudden onset of cataracts in both eyes. (sigh) I’ve had surgery in one of them. In fact the surgery would not be approved by the anesthesiologist without a complete heart work up which turned up the calcium. I requested a complete blood work up looking for anything else missed in the course of my adventures in American Medical Land.
I have developed irregular heart rate on exertion in the past year. This was confirmed and diagnosed as tachycardia . The heart specialist had that diagnosis on the chart but it was not addressed in the recent blood screens conducted by a family care physician. (sigh)
Summing it up there are three distinct problems. I wish to address at this time:
The COPD
The calcium in the veins
The numbness in the left leg.
I have no problem incorporating the heart and lung protocol but I am confused on the three different types of Serrapeptase. Each medical issue seems to call for a different formula of Serrapeptase. IF we were to narrow it down to one which one would that be?
If I need the different formulas do you have a recommendation on how many of each and the timing of each “type” of Serrapeptase should be taken?
I have downloaded your book and will buy the longer version perhaps it will address incorporating different protocols simultaneously.
Also what is a Homo-cysteine Control Sub-lingual Spray?
If you need more information I can provide specifics from test results.
Thank you so much for your efforts at helping all of us.

Julie
A: The COPD and calcium will clear up with the plan in the link below. We are going to have to wait and see whether the numbness clears and deal with that separately. If the pain is too much then let me know and I can address it sooner.
Copy into a word doc and print them both out and make any notes next to each item that you have a question on.

COPD Health Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan

COPD Health Activity Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1808/33/copd-health-activity-plan
 
 
Q: Hello Robert,

I have an important question for you. I am taking SerraEzyme 80,000 IU with the dosage of 2 capsules 3 times a day. I have COPD. I am starting to cough up thick mucus. What I would like to know, if you can tell me, is this what serrapeptase does or is it possible that I have a lung infection and need an antibiotic? I do not feel ill at all. I am also taking the curcumin 4500mg like you suggested. Thank you for any help you can suggest with this.

Sincerely,

Donna O.
A: This is quite normal and its better out than in.
 
 
Q:
Thank you for all the lives that are saved and made bettter by you and others! I love you for that. I would like to get help for my brother. He is a 54 year old African American male who lives in Central Florida and is suffering from a diagnosis of Reactive ariways disease ( I believe this to be a form of COPD. He has also had sarcoidosis for quite some time and was diagnosed with that before being diagnosed with the COPD. I have him trying some of the therapy suggested by Dr. Mark Hyman and he says he is feeling no different after two weeks of trying it. He is taking a form of cell food to provide oxgen to his cells, because the longterm use of inhalers tend to do more damage than good to the lungs. I told him it may be too soon to expect any positive changes yet.

I would like to get information on your book and whatever else you might suggest to help relieve him of this condition.

Thank you and the best of health to you and your family...

Roy B.,

UNITED STATES
A: I am sending my lung plan in the link belowl. He should be getting really good relief within 30 day but as with everything in life it is attention to detail that brings results. If you are not with him then he needs another 'on-site' coach to keep him on the detail until he feels good and becomes inspired to move to the next level himself. It will take about 3 months to become totally clear. Again this will depend upon sticking to only eating really healthy foods. It is tough in this junk, industrialized food society, but worth it. Send him a link to a hero of mine I have put on my TV site We can only talk on skype and text me first. Watch one of my heroshttp://goodhealthnews.tv/healthnews/109-years-raw-foods

The full details coming next. He can email me everyday if he needs feedback and motivation.
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/List/Index/67/sarcoidosis---auto-immune-inflammatory-problem

COPD Health Activity Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1808/33/copd-health-activity-plan

COPD Health Plan
http://goodhealthhelpdesk.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1807/33/copd-health-plan
 
 
Q: Hi Robert,

I'm trying to download your book "The Miracle Enzyme Is Serrapeptase" but the page can not be found.

Thank you and the best of health to you and your family...

Roy B.,

UNITED STATES
A: Roy,

Here it is and my new eBook for your interest as well. (open attached file please)

If you still can't open it, can you tell me the type of browser you are using eg Chrome, Firefox etc

And the link that gave you this message.

The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme™
http://www.scribd.com/doc/75892162/34-Page-Intro-the-Miracle-Enzyme
or
http://serrapeptase.info/download-the-miracle-enzyme/
or
http://www.livingnaturally.com/PDFDocs/u/U5V3H8QSPH488GVL0K2LXH8P9XJT7PA0.PDF


Healthier Lungs in 30 Days
http://reallyhealthylungs.com/books/healthy-lungs-in-30-days/
 
 
Q: I have been taking SerraPlus for the last ten days and I am experiencing mild nausea, significant abdominal discomfort, belching and general bloating. I contacted you several weeks ago about my concerns regarding Pneumonitis which you responded promptly to. I have been taking Fruitin (dolomite/pectin formula) with a little relief. I suffer from severe COPD but was attracted to the testimonials on your website. I feel reluctant to cease the serrapeptase but am finding the gastic problems very difficult to reconcile as I still work full-time. Please advise.

Ingrid E.,

AUSTRALIA
A: Ingrid,

Have you stopped eating starchy carbs?
Cows Milk products? (sheeps and goats are ok)
Are you drinking 6-8 glasses of water with a pinch of bicarb every day?

See this new super probiotic which is just launched after scientific validation. www.Probiotic29.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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