Monday, February 20, 2017

German shop owner heals 6000 people's osteoarthritis

Let me introduce you a German household-goods shop owner called Mr. Eckhard K. Fisseler who was able to heal his own and another 6,000 people's osteoarthritis!

It sounds pretty unbelievable, doesn't it? Well, here's an interview where Mr. Fisseler tells his incredible story in his own words. Even though I don't completely agree with every aspect of his scrupulous diet - especially with his take on avoiding animal protein (and I also explain it in my ebook why) - I do admire Mr. Fisseler's enormous determination and courage which enabled him to eventually heal his aching joints and take control of his overall health. This interview is a must see for every arthritis sufferer, since it proves that diet changes can make a huge difference in your health, and yes, healthy eating can even cure osteoarthritis!


I found it very important to incorporate the most effective parts of Mr. Fisseler's dietary principles in my detailed, step-by-step health program and complete it with other crucial elements, which are going to be touched upon in my following blog posts as well. My most important goal is to help you find a customized, arthritis healing diet which suits you best.

Stay tuned for more posts!


Cheers,
Teo D. Galfrie

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

What your doctor has never told you - Cartilage can heal!

Throughout the medical community, the general belief is that once the cartilage is damaged, the body is unable to regrow it. Would you believe that it's not only possible, but happens all the time under the right conditions? 

The human body has an astonishing self-healing capacity and it is endlessly working to repair and regenerate itself. Cells possess the ability to repair themselves, as well as to make new cells that replace those that have been permanently damaged or destroyed. Cartilage cells - the so-called chondrocytes - can also multiply under certain circumstances. Already in 1972 Swedish researchers recorded evidence of cell proliferation in osteoarthritic cartilage. How come that after so many years the majority of doctors still keep telling you that your damaged cartilage will never ever heal itself?

The answer lies in the structure of cartilage: unlike other connective tissues like bones, cartilage has no blood supply. Generally, efficient blood circulation is essential  in tissue repair. In fact, blood carries the building materials that the body needs as well as the energy required to build up its parts. Blood plays an important role in transporting oxygen and nutrients as well as removing debris, bacteria and foreign bodies. Therefore, the more blood flow you have going to an area, the faster you start to heal. This is the reason why bones heal more quickly - they have many blood vessels.

As for cartilage, it lacks blood vessels which may explain why the medical community believes that once damaged, articular cartilage will not heal on its own. But nothing could be further from the truth! The good news is that it is truly able to repair itself even without the help of blood. There is a special material with an egg-like consistency - called synovial fluid - which takes the role of the missing blood supply. When a joint is moved during a load-bearing exercise, the synovial fluid is squeezed in and out of the articular cartilage to nourish it and take away its waste products. This simple mechanism also enables cartilage regeneration.

Indeed, it takes a while until a damaged cartilage is repaired, but incorporating certain lifestyle changes into your daily routine can boost cartilage growth. These lifestyle changes and everything you need to know about osteoarthritis are discussed in my ebook.

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more blog posts!

Teo D. Galfrie


Source: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/17453677808993256