Fibro Support Bundle
This bundle is designed to support people with Fibromyalgia, inflammation and chronic fatigue. Dr. Platt has treated many patients with Fibromyalgia during his 40 year practice. He has found that diet is key as well as blocking adrenaline with progesterone cream.
- Consultation with Dr. Platt via Zoom - please email email@example.com with your Order number to set up the Zoom
- Platt PRO 5% - $49.00 retail
- Adrenaline Dominance ebook (value $9.95)
- Meal Plan to lower adrenaline - digital copy (free)
There are about ten million people who have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Most have been told that there is no cure for this illness. Doctors, for the most part, are not trained to treat the cause of illness. This is part of the problem when you have a medical system controlled by Big Pharma. Even the cause of the pain is misrepresented by drug companies.
My customers have been aware that the cause of the pain is due to a buildup of lactic acid in the muscles and tendons. It stands to reason that preventing and relieving this buildup of acid should eliminate the pain. The associated fatigue is caused by prolonged tension of muscles, which uses up a large amount of energy. The proximal cause of this condition is excess adrenaline, and the cure becomes manifest when you learn to control excess adrenaline
The primary role of adrenaline is not to provide assistance at times when there is danger. The major function of adrenaline is to provide glucose to the brain. In order to reduce adrenaline, the correct fuel needs to be provided in your meal plan. In order to block adrenaline, you need to use our 5% progesterone cream. By doing these two things, fibromyalgia should be eliminated by three weeks.
2) Platt PRO has a 5% strength, which means that one pump provides 50 mg of progesterone. To gain insight into some of the actions of progesterone, please refer to the Progesterone Information below.
After it is applied, progesterone only lasts for about 5-6 minutes in the bloodstream because it is quickly picked up by receptor sites.
Since it is so short acting, the best time to use progesterone is 1-3 minutes before eating. The most important time of day to use progesterone is before lunch. Insulin levels are the highest in the afternoon, which, of course, is why many people get sleepy between 3-4PM. Please keep in mind that when sugar levels drop, the body will release adrenaline to raise the sugar levels back up.
Strength: 50 mg per pump
Apply 1 pump to the inside of one forearm and rub forearms together. Or apply to the back of the neck if there is tension.
Do this up to 4 times a day, 1-3 minutes before meals
If you have trouble sleeping at night, it is recommended that you eat a low-glycemic carbohydrate just before going to bed. In addition, apply the cream again just before eating your bedtime snack.
Progesterone provides benefits to both men and women in three major areas. The first area is its well-known effect in women as the hormone that helps block the detrimental effects of estrogen. In this regard, it helps prevent menstrual cramps, breast tenderness, and PMS in those women who are menstruating, along with fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS, and fibrocystic disease of the breast. It also eliminates other problems caused by estrogen such as asthma, migraine headaches, and morning sickness. In addition, it helps to prevent all cancers caused by estrogen, such as cancers of the breast, uterus, ovaries, cervix, colon, and prostate in men.
The second major area of benefit from using progesterone is the effect it has on insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is associated with the causation of obesity as well as type II diabetes and its many complications. It is a fact that insulin raises blood pressure and is felt to be a major influence in speeding up the aging process. Progesterone blocks insulin receptor sites on cells, thereby helping to eliminate drops in blood sugar (hypoglycemia). As a result, it prevents sleepiness after eating, between 3 and 4 PM, and while driving. This ability to block the effects of insulin also helps with weight loss.
The third major area of benefit of using progesterone is that it blocks the action and over-production of adrenaline. Adrenaline is popularly known as “the-fight-or-flight” hormone, and excess levels can create anger, road rage, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, and teeth grinding. When anger is internalized, it can lead to depression, anxiety, fibromyalgia, IBS, plus other problems. As a neurotransmitter in the brain, adrenaline can cause the mind to race which can cause problems with focusing – i.e. ADHD, or “brain fog”. It also causes urinary urgency in adults as well as bed-wetting in children. Adrenaline is probably the number one cause of unexplained weight gain. Leg cramps at night are also caused by adrenaline, and can usually be relieved within 30-60 seconds when progesterone is applied to the area of cramping.
Other benefits: 1) it can have a significant effect on the lowering of blood pressure, 2) it can help infertile women get pregnant, 3) it can prevent or treat postpartum depression, and 4) it is beneficial for relieving peripheral neuropathy.
For more detailed information on progesterone, please refer to my book, “The Miracle of Bio-identical Hormones”, or to my manual, “The Platt Protocol for Hormone Balancing.”
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3) Adrenaline Dominance ebook
In this ground-breaking book focusing on adrenaline dominance, Dr. Platt explores the underlying cause of many conditions considered to be incurable and that the popular notion of adrenaline fatigue does not exist! He explains why some people release excess adrenaline throughout the day and night even though they are not exposed to the threat or danger that normally stimulates the release of this extremely powerful “fight-or-flight” hormone.
Do you have symptoms of excess Adrenaline?
Do you awaken in the middle of the night?
Do you suffer from anxiety?
Do you have trouble focusing?
Have you awaken with lower lower back or hip pain?
Do you have an overactive bladder?
Do you have ringing in the ears?
Do you have migraine headaches?
Do you grind your teeth?
Do you have cold hands or feet?
Are you quick to anger?
Everyone of these symptoms can be eliminated WITHOUT the use of drugs
In my Adrenaline Dominance book I write about dealing with conditions caused by excess adrenaline simply by addressing the reason by the body is releasing this powerful hormone, even when we are not in danger.
Dr. Platt has uncovered a key to wellness and details how conditions like: anger, road rage, restless leg syndrome, teeth grinding (Bruxism), depression, anxiety, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), brain fog, PTSD, autism, bed wetting, leg cramps, TMJ, headaches, ADHD, interstitial cystitis, PMDD, occipital neuritis, plus many others.
The book also provides an in-depth discussion about how to lower excess adrenaline levels that is often accomplished in less than 24 hours once the Protocol is started.
It is now offered with a free meal plan download with purchase!
4) Meal Plan to Lower Adrenaline - digital copy
The meal plan for reducing adrenaline is designed around the principle of providing a steady supply of fuel for the body and especially for the brain.
The importance of diet in treating hyperadrenalism cannot be underestimated. It represents 70 percent of the successful approach to lowering adrenaline and is essential in addressing all of the conditions mentioned in this book: the "good," the "bad", the "ugly" manifestations of excess adrenaline. In my view, we can assume that everyone who has one or more of the "bad" or "ugly" conditions caused by adrenaline dominance also has one of its "good" aspects: typical type, creative type, or mixed type ADHD.
The meal plan for reducing adrenaline is designed around the principal of providing a steady supply of fuel for the body and especially the brain. It relies on the glycemic index, which rates foods according to how quickly and how high they raise the level of glucose in the blood, and consequently, the level of insulin. A useful version of the glycemic index is available in Appendix B.