That's because Auntie A. Ellis has some REAL serious business to take care of: it’s time we had a little talk, you and me. Yes, that talk; the one about what is real and what is fake - - and boy-oh-boy, has Auntie seen some big, fat, fake-o’s!
Gee, she must be the healthiest-feeling sick person around!
- Eat healthy nourishing foods.
- Do exercise that is therapeutically right for your body.
- Sleep well.
- Look inward; love yourself, face your emotional fears and identify what causes your stress.
- Look outward; surround yourself with calm, caring friends and family.
- Reach out; participate in your community and express yourself through your passions and knowledge.
What’s Auntie A. Ellis’ answer? “Spend less time on Facebook sweetie!.”
* Excluding physician prescribed vitamins and/or nutritional supplementation.
For current and reliable information on alternative therapies for ALS:
ALSUntangled: This web site lists proposed, current and completed reviews for hundreds of alternative and off-label ALS treatments. http://www.alsuntangled.com/index.html
Complementary and Alternative Therapies in ALS, A 2015 published manuscript which describes and reviews current "popular" complementary and alternative therapies promoted for ALS patients. Authored by: Richard S. Bedlack, MD, PhD, Nanette Joyce, DO,Gregory T. Carter, MD, MS, Sabrina Pagononi, MD, PhD, and Chafic Karam, MD
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