reply to post by pause4thought
I don't know about HIV, but my youngest son, when 4 years old, was diagnosed with a genetic immune deficiency disorder. I was told to keep him as
isolated as possible and told he was unlikely to live more than another 5 years. At the time he was very small, weak, and always sick and seemed
autistic. He'd been allergic to everything except chicken when tested by the children's hospital as a baby, and still had terrible trouble with
eczema and asthma.
I sent him to a regular school and made sure he was exposed to every childhood disease that appeared in the area. I refused all immunisations and
drugs for him as I had a deep conviction he could beat this if his body was not assaulted with unnatural poisons.
Despite being very poor at the time I managed to feed him mainly raw veges, yogurt, organic oats and eggs from our own chooks. Every day he had a
teaspoon of cod liver oil, a teaspoon of ascorbic acid powder in very dilute pineapple juice, and I would take him running.
I've seen no research to prove this, but I do believe fast walking and running, in moderation, do a lot to stimulate the immune system.
Now he's 27, 6'5", strong and healthy. He still has big, sudden variations in body temperature on an almost daily basis as though he is continually
catching things, and needs 9 hours sleep at night, but he's living a busy, normal life. His favourite foods are muesli, salads and vegetable stew,
and he still takes his supplements.
It's always worth trying a healthy, natural diet and healthy lifestyle to treat disease. Even if it doesn't do the job on it's own, it is bound to