Generic 13 year old girl with joint pains, chronic sinus issues and weak motor function.
Caring well off family with an above average knowledge of what constitutes healthy eating.
Girl with upbeat attitude and good sense of humor. What could possibly be the problem?
Often explained away as growing pains; my response is that is nonsense!!
As a rule, joint pain in any human is an inflammatory response to a dry body due to low essential fatty acids and food sensitivities. Poor motor function virtually always related to poor essential fatty acid status.
After simply asking questions, it was revealed that the young lady ate peanuts and liked to chew gum.
Peanuts being a first cousin to soy beans, the lectins alone create inflammation and phytic acid depletes minerals. The chewing gum contained aspartame, which everyone, by now, should know is an extremely toxic chemical that does not belong in anyones body.
Testing revealed sensitivity to soy, wheat, corn and beans, all high lectin foods that simulate the protein of bacteria thereby causing the immune system to react as if it were an actual bacteria accounting for the sinus issues.
The fatty acid status was found to be very low; an expected finding. Provided biocompatible fatty acid.
Correcting the deficiencies and avoiding the inflammatory food items, including the aspartame, will change this girls life.
KEEPING PEOPLE HEALTHY, Dr. Jackson