Patricia Adams, BS, NHC, CNC

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Eating Guidelines
Basic Protocol for Chronic Pain
Seven Steps to Liver Health
Mega-Chel oral chelation program
Gall Bladder Flush
Protocol for blood sugar regulation; Sweet Death
Protocol for cellular abnormalities

Basic Protocol for Chronic Pain
By Patricia Adams, N.H.C.


Eat for health - Build your diet of 25% protein, 50% carbs, 25% fat, and emphasize:
High quality protein at each meal from
Organic, free-range meats, fish, dairy and eggs,
    Beans & legumes, organic raw nuts and seeds, fermented soy (not for men/children)
Abundant organic vegetables (4-6 cups/day)
EFA's in wild salmon, (or 2-3 caps of Omega 3) or NSP flaxseed oil (2-4 Tbsp./day)
Foods with live cultures; tempeh, yogurt, kefir, raw sauerkraut (1/4 c. - 1 c. /day)
Micro-algae's i.e. Ultimate Green Zone, Spirulina, Super Algae
Elimination of caffeine, refined sugars, flours and bakery products


Plenty of pure water, never tap water, one quart per 50 lbs. body weight
Mineral rich herb teas such as Oatstraw or Nettle
Mineral broth's made with organic vegetables
Mixed seed and nut milks (blend raw nuts and seeds with high quality goat milk)
Smoothies with spirulina, chlorella, probiotics, lecithin and flax, or Ultimate Green Zone
Fresh squeezed vegetable juice, diluted if high fructose like carrot
Liquid Chlorophyll (1 Tbsp in 16 oz water, 2-3 x day)

Supplements for Pain Relief

Triple Relief acts as a Natural COX-2 inhibitor without unwanted side effects
Everflex helps the body rebuild synovial fluid and joint tissue
SC Formula (shark cartilage) helps mend bone and tissue, best used within 3-4 days of incident
Fibralgia combines malic acid with magnesium to fight muscle pain
Everflex cream applied topically to relieve muscle and joint pain
MSM/Glucosamine cream applied topically to rebuild damaged skin/joints
IGF-1 Spray to reverse the aging/inflammatory process

Ten Tips to Support Musculo-Skeletal Health

Drink water throughout the day, adding fresh lemon whenever possible. Goal is 1qt per 50 lbs of body weight. Supports healthy cartilage and reduces waste build-up that irritates nerves.

Take a magnesium supplement of 100-400 mg/day (citrate and malate are best). This helps relax muscles and nourish nerve cells.

Use Essential Fatty Acids like Omega 3 or Super GLA, and drizzle Flaxseed oil over salads, steamed vegetables, or morning oatmeal. Try to get 2 Tbsp/day, refrigerate, not for cooking.

Eat regular meals that include protein to maintain blood sugar balance and regulate moods. Eat breakfast like a King, lunch like a Queen, and dinner like a Pauper (lightest of all). Make healthy snacks available all the time, carry them with you to keep away the temptation of junk food.

Increase consumption of dark green leafy vegetables to 2-4 servings a day. These are rich in easily absorbed minerals, which nourish nerve and muscle cells. Blend a green food powder supplement such as Ultimate Green Zone into a protein drink.

Take a media break while you eat, take a break from TV, radio, newspapers and computers. Consider making mealtimes a contemplative time-out. Use candles or music to encourage relaxation, good digestion, and looser muscles. Take time to chew each bite to a liquid paste.

If you consume caffeine every day begin exploring healthy and tasty alternatives. Caffeine creates tight muscles and tight muscles lead to pain. Try roasted herb coffee substitutes like Herbal Beverage, and mineral rich herb teas. If you need caffeine to get you going, drink small amounts of green tea or mate, which has a little caffeine. Gradually reduce coffee and black tea over a couple of weeks until you no longer need it.

If you consume sugar products regularly begin exploring nutritious alternatives such as baked yams with maple syrup, apple and almond butter, goat cheese and dates.

Take extra vitamin C (2-3 grams/day), making sure it is a whole food vitamin C and not just ascorbic acid. Citrus Bioflavonoids with vitamin C will help build collagen and is especially nourishing for the adrenal glands, reducing stress response. Take to bowel tolerance. B-vitamins nourish the nervous system and help the liver detoxify stress hormones. Take a supplement that includes at least 20 mg of each of the B's. Single B's will push the other B's out of balance when taken for extended periods.