Vegan Health

Girl goes Vegan, walks again!

Imagine finding yourself getting worse and worse. Imagine going from a healthy person to someone bound by a wheelchair with no hope. Meet Bethany. She was this person. And after educating herself on the power of healthy eating she went Vegan. The results were dramatic! From being in a wheelchair with no hope to walking again! This story will inspire you.

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  1. Amazing story if there was a story. This was just the same “talking head” doctors and expert we’ve heard in a million places saying how amazing Bethany’s story is, and how changing one’s eating can help heal the body… but no solid information.

  2. So I looked this up. Bethany experienced paralysis following a tetanus vaccination. This is, typically, a temporary paralysis called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS).

    From the Centers for Disease Control (http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/about/terms/glossary.htm#g), see:

    “A rare neurological disease characterized by loss of reflexes and temporary paralysis. Symptoms include weakness, numbness, tingling and increased sensitivity that spreads over the body. Muscle paralysis starts in the feet and legs and moves upwards to the arms and hands. Sometimes paralysis can result in the respiratory muscles causing breathing difficulties. Symptoms usually appear over the course of one day and may continue to progress for 3 or 4 days up to 3 or 4 weeks. Recovery begins within 2-4 weeks after the progression stops. While most patients recover, approximately 15%-20% experience persistent symptoms. GBS is fatal in 5% of cases.”

    Naturally, it’s GREAT that Bethany recovered. It seems that most people (80+%) who develop Guillain-Barre Syndrome recover.

    So is there direct evidence her becoming vegan was the cause, and that nothing else – including the passage of time – had nothing whatsoever to do with her recovery?

    As we know, “correlation does not equal causation.”

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