Peripheral Neuropathy

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Neuropathy (peripheral): a chronic, degenerative condition that affects the peripheral nerves of the hands, legs and feet in the form of pain, burning and twitching.


Neuropathy is the product of systemic inflammation and stress within the body terrain.  Inflammatory responses are side effects of poor digestion, sluggish bowels, intake of sweets, fruit and alcohol and accumulation of acidic waste in the body and particularly in the limbs.

Waste is acidic in nature; meaning, its corrosive characteristics attack healthy nerve tissue causing inflammation and deterioration of the myelin sheath that protects and insulates the nerves.

Accumulated waste in the system is another way of saying there is restricted blood flow in general, and a poorly functioning lymphatic system.  The lymph system is 100% responsible for removal and movement of waste from the tissues.

Another major factor is systemic stress brought on by imbalance of the regulatory hormones insulin and leptin.  Read, Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your life for a full explanation of the connection between food and neuropathy.

Poor liver function is another component in the neuropathy story. Ninety percent of the waste exiting the body must flow through the liver.

If liver function is poor, and everyone’s liver function diminishes after age 35,  the body is forced, by default, to store waste in the tissues, joints and organs.  When waste levels finally overload the system, degenerative conditions like neuropathy announce themselves.

The Autoimmune Attack Cycle  also plays a central role in triggering inflammatory responses associated with neuropathy. To learn more, click link.


Prevention is always the best approach to any dis-ease or disorder; meaning, what you do to care for yourself on a daily basis is MORE important than trying to remedy the problem after it makes itself known.

Lifestyle changes are absolutely necessary if you wish to reverse neuropathy and the suffering that comes with it. You will need assistance in mapping out a plan, so please ask for help.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol is the quickest way to address degenerative problems related to aging and deterioration. How you spell the condition is not important, but what you do about it is very important and the earlier you address the problem the quicker the results.

The Tissue & Liver Protocol is your GET OUT OF JAIL CARD. Use it to peel away years of abuse and neglect. You can read about it by clicking the link.

The most direct way to improve blood and lymph circulation is by implementing Dynamic Circulation Therapy into your daily life and routine, particularly if you are already in an advanced condition of neuropathy.

Non abusive exercise belongs in everyone’s daily routine.  Simple things such as walking a few mile each day or doing cardiovascular activity in home or at a gym has profound implications for anyone suffering from any type of degenerative condition.

Weight bearing exercise is wonderful  and is highly stimulative to muscle tissue formation and movement of waste. It also does wonders for restoring balance to your regulatory hormones insulin and leptin.

Deep tissue massage is another solution for speeding the healing process for those who suffer from neuropathy, arthritis and fibromyalgia. Ask for guidance on this topic.

Also, one tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar in a glass of water 2-3 times a day (between meals) also helps ease suffering.

Call To Action

The medical system sees neuropathy in terms of symptoms.  You must interpret symptoms for what they are telling you, not for how they make you feel.

Action is necessary! You must choose your course of action to remedy your misery. Only then will you begin the reversal process.

Everyone is has a different story and different needs.

Read Special Insights, Pre-Diabetes & Aging in Archive link below.


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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