Professor Alan Ebringer on Diet and Ankylosing Spondylitis





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Published on Sep 2, 2008

Professor Ebringer discusses the role of diet in treating AS by directly reducing the germ that causes AS through dietary starch restriction ("substrate modulation"). Lecture courtesy www.kickas.org Las Vegas June 2003.

Ok, UNDERSTAND who Ebringer is: He was head of the MIddlesex AS Clinic for nearly 20 years and his sole focus was AS, so he worked exclusively with over 600 AS patients. And as a researcher has published over 100 peer-reviewed and published papers on AS. He has more than twice the AS experience of any other scientist. And he is a scientist training physicians; his work is reaching textbooks now and newer physicians will be more familiar with the role of diet in AS.

He makes statements that are based upon scientific certainty AND empirical experiences--not supposition and superstition. His hypothesis produces RESULTS. Some clown in a lab coat suggesting that diet is "placebo" or just disease variations is lying--UNDERSTAND who THEY are!

You can pay good money to be lied to...it is YOUR money and YOUR body and a personal choice, but just because this information is free You should not ass-u-me it has no value.

Sorry, but I only answer people who write to me and are willing to make the strongest effort to get well; pointing to a video with misleading information will do nothing but cause paralysis. I am not paralyzed and I know what works for me and HUNDREDS of other people with AS.

Please do not write to me unless You really want to learn how You can best try to get Yourself well! Nobody can do it for You and yes it requires extreme commitment and hard work.


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