Yesterday, I wrote to Ruth Whalen regarding her article called "Caffeine Allergy: Past Disorder or Present Epidemic" that appeared on Doctor Yourself.com . I asked specifically if I might quote several of her passages regarding caffeine in the diet of depressed patients, and this was her response:
"Feel free to copy the entire article... Thanks for asking." I'll select the most relevant parts for you later and post them for your information.
She went on to say, "By the way, bipolar disorder doesn't exist. The symptoms of so-called bipolar disorder are all from brain poisoning, and this was known in 1894. A neurologist speaks about how governments are injuring brains with chemicals..." She lists a url sight that I'll look into later for you. She went on, "The chemicals poison the brain first. The patients don't know because they can't think straight--due to the brain making hallucinogens. " She gives a link to that which I'll check into for the bipolar folks.
Again, she says, "Also, please tell people that bipolar patients have abnormal lab tests--but doctors ignore them. If they actually told the patients that they have brain poisoning--then they wouldn't have any more patients, because their patients would recover. No patients. No money. So the doctors keep prescribing drugs--more poisons--more brain poisoning."
"Same thing with autism, Parkinson's....We live in an inhumane world."
"May God Bless."
It makes you want to think a second time about the role of caffeine in the depressed and bipolar patients' lives, doesn't it? I'll give you the relevant data she wrote about it as soon as I've had a chance to gather it and put it in some form that might interest you.
I thought you might be mildly interested in this researcher's work.
She is a laboratory technician in Massachusetts and apparently is well
known enough in her field that her work is all over the internet, she said when giving me one url sight to search for the article I wanted to use in my work for you.
about the medications prescribed, however: I don't know that I can
agree totally with that. I've had one M.D. tell me that doctors are
searching for the right combination of meds that will do the job for the patient--meaning relieve the symptoms of the illness. It's all very controversial I would imagine. Don't worry; science will find the answers to these things very soon.
Talk to you all later.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 5/14/2011 7:45:59 AM (GMT-6)