By Dr Craig
THE HEALERS CAMPAIGN WELCOMES YOUR PERSPECTIVE ABOUT ONE OF OUR ALS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH STUDY FINDINGS. People with ALS who have hope of being amongst the 10% who live 10 years or longer are significantly more likely to say “yes” to be willing to eat a strict nutrient dense diet free of sugar or starch in the hypothetical scenario that scientific research demonstrated that a strict nutrient dense diet added one year of greater longevity to people with ALS. The same is the case when the hypothetical scenario is changed to the strict nutrient dense diet yielding 2 or more years of longevity.
One question being asked in our data interpretation is what is the motivation and meaning of people without hope of living 10 years or more not being willing to extend their lives by years with a strict nutrient dense diet. I have ideas, and I will publish them. I am also interested in the perceptions of the general public. I personally believe that we are dealing with a will to live issue. I am not in the least surprised by the finding.
Dr Francesco Pagnini from Milan, Italy and I discovered other groundbreaking discoveries related to hate and resentment in people with Lou Gehrig’s disease, as well as findings regarding dietary behaviors, dietary beliefs, and experiences with medical professionals and ALS organizations in terms of dietary recommendations. Because our findings are so extensive and interesting, we have decided to wait and publish the dietary findings in another peer reviewed scientific journal as a second article.
I believe that our discoveries have important implications for the wellness and longevity of people with ALS. We would love to hear your thoughts.
With love and gratitude,
Craig Oster, PhD