What will you do?

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“If you want to have what other people don’t, you have to be willing to do what other people won’t.”

I found this wonderful quote by another filmmaker (Koo) about being successful in life. This can also apply to many of you trying to overcome your digestive condition. There are so many options out there that are not extensively researched or even used by others.

This creates a cycle where people avoid trying them because of a lack of data on the effectiveness, scientists won’t research them and they go unnoticed.

But I and several of you within this small community supporting my documentary are proving that many of these approaches can work amazingly well. Here’s what I’ve tried that the vast majority of people won’t.

  • Bone broth soup made from chicken feet
  • Colloidal silver
  • Changing my diet to be free of processed food (no grain, no refined sugar, no additives, etc)

That’s only a small sampling of what I’ve done and the results speak for themselves. On most days I have no symptoms of Crohn’s as long as I stick to my regimen and on those days it feels like I’m cured.

So let me ask you… what are you willing to do that other people are not?

Is it infecting yourself with microscopic parasitic worms called helminths that help regulate the immune system?

Is it spending hours struggling to understand the medical research papers related to your condition and the available treatments?

Is it electrifying your blood to kill pathogens using the Bob Beck protocol?

Is it taking the time to make home cooked meals with ingredients you know will help rather than hurt you?

Or is it defying your doctor’s medical advice and instead listening to your gut?

Let me know in the comments what you have done or are willing to do to improve your digestive condition. It just might inspire someone else to do the same.