Posted on July 3, 2019

When Life Gives You Lemons, Eat Them

Meghan has been using the Dynamic Neural Retraining System to recover from Environmental Allergies, Food Sensitivities, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic/Latent Infections, Electric Hypersensitivity Syndrome, and more.

Symptoms of limbic system impairment began twelve years ago for Meghan. Prior to finding the Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS), Meghan had visited several different doctors and specialists to try to find an answer to a long list of symptoms. She recalls, “I got the grand tour of Mayo Clinic, went to allergists, neurologists, pulmonary specialists, acupuncturists, naturopaths, chiropractors, homeopaths, hyperbaric treatment centers, and then some. Many of these things helped, but I would often improve a little bit and then get stuck, or crash even more.”

Meghan eventually found out about DNRS from her allergist who suggested she take the program. She has since reported her most recent progress on our Community Forum:

Last night, I drank a glass of lemonade.

I started DNRS in the hope it would alleviate my chemical sensitivities, at least enough to enable me to leave my house and seek treatment for my complex health issues. Or even enough that my parents wouldn’t have to leave their clothes in the garage, shower, and remove every molecule of the outside world each time they came home. 

It was certainly an effort to get through the program. My mom took pictures of each page of the student manual, which I viewed on a tablet through a sealed plastic bag. Plus, watching the DVDs took me and my fogged up brain the same amount of time it took Rose to be reunited with the Heart of the Ocean in Titanic. (“It’s been 84 years…”)

But my efforts were rewarded: it quickly became clear that DNRS was the answer to many of my problems, including my life-threatening food allergies to almost everything. The elaborate parental cleaning rituals were as much for the food as they were the chemicals: even the smallest airborne exposure would lead to anaphylaxis, lack of coordination, weakness to the point of complete immobility, and an inability to communicate with or understand those around me.

My biggest trigger was citric acid: a natural component of all fruits, vegetables, legumes, garlic, onion, and roots, and an unnatural component of nearly every processed food and body product on the Earth. I even created a website to teach others the art of citric acid avoidance. The tagline? “When life gives you lemons, RUN!”

As soon as I finished the DVDs, I declared it: once I could drink a glass of lemonade, I would be fully cured of food allergies.

 Last night, I drank a glass of lemonade.

I thought I’d reached the point in recovery where things would stop taking me by surprise. I had relearned how to converse with people in real life, become accustomed to the sights and sounds of not-my-house, reacquainted myself with the tastes of the foods I’d avoided for over a decade. The lemonade took me by surprise. It was so much better than I was expecting; so much better than I’d visualized and remembered.

Life gave me lemons, and I ATE THEM!”

 To someone who is still suffering, Meghan’s message is, “You are never too sick to get better. If you’re wondering whether DNRS can help you, the answer is yes. (“But Meghan, you don’t know my 50 page list of conditions!”) True, but I do know that the body cannot heal if it is stuck in an emergency response state 24/7. In this state the body’s resources go towards things like running from bears, and are diverted from things like cell regeneration, detoxification, and other healing mechanisms. Fantastically helpful when there is an actual bear… less helpful when there was a bear 12 years ago.

Your body has the capacity to heal itself, and DNRS can help turn on those mechanisms. You can heal! It might take time, but you can heal. It is never, ever too late. You can do it!”

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