Hi Mike, Just discovered your website and ordered your book – a lot of what u say really makes sense to me. My main problem – PLEASE HELP – is trying to gain muscle and lose some fat to get more defined (want to be lean and bit muscular) but on a vegetarian diet (religous reasons veggie). I find I can get enough protein with soya/tofu (but worried about soy having negative effect on testos?) & whey but I feel I might be getting too many carbs and am insulin sensitive…? I’ve even done 60 days of “Insanity”, lost weight (not my aim!) and still body fat only shifted a percent or two! Have regained lost muscle by lifting weights again but how do I get “cut” as a veggie? And as a lowish weight person for my height I’m worried about true cutting as I’ll lose too much weight… confused….(140 pounds, 5 foot 10, male). Thanks, Sam from the UK, PS keep up the good work, so much BS and messed science out there on the internet/books etc, glad to have finally found your work (this comes from a healthcare professional)
Homeopathy can offer help in many situations which otherwise might cause prolonged incapacity. For instance, the use of Arnica in acute injury is well known, but often forgotten in the heat of the moment. The sooner it can be given, the more effective it is, but it is not too late to start it even several days after an injury. I will quite often see a patient with a sprained ankle, done two to three days previously, and I will then start not only Arnica, but also Rhus tox given concurrently. This combination is very useful in other situations, such as a bad back, caused by gardening, or a knee injury done at football.
Of course, we must always remember our homeopathic basics, so Rhus tox would only be appropriate if the modalities of stiffness after rest, pain better for heat, and relief by gradual movement were present. So when Clive, aged 41, came to see me with a 10-year history of backache, caused by jarring his spine in a diving accident, I needed to know the modalities of his pain. In his case, the pain was a lot worse on moving, and pain-free at rest and was relieved by ice-packs, so I prescribed Bryonia 6c, twice daily for one month. When I next saw him, he had achieved a 90 per cent improvement, and was delighted.
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