I was writing a comment recently on an article about Dementia that mentioned the stunning effect a change of diet had on one woman who totally recovered her senses and no longer had dementia.
My comment was about my friends who are associated with Universal Medicine and who all (mostly) follow a healthy diet with no alcohol, caffeine, gluten, dairy or sugar.
I have met a lot of people with dementia recently because I have been volunteering in an elder care home and I work with residents of differing abilities and varying ages – some are mentally just ‘not there’, others are physically disabled but mentally fully present and others are in between. Some move around in wheelchairs and some use those walking aids with wheels that make them bend over even more.
And then it occurred to me that, of all my Universal Medicine friends, none of them use walking aids, including many who are well into their eighties. Not even a walking stick is in sight when you enter the hall where an event is going ahead. I recently attended an event with over three hundred people and there were people with cancer and other ailments, but every single one of them was walking independently with an upright posture and a smile.
Wheelchairs are not banned at Universal Medicine events, full disability access is always available should anyone require it, but for the most part, people do not.
So what is it about Universal Medicine that leaves the elderly walking upright? Apart from the healthy diet that is encouraged but not made a rule, many have been working on letting go of lifetimes of burdens, hurts, guilt, all the mental stuff that wears us down and makes us feel small.
Serge Benhayon is an inspiring presenter and his words are always confirming of the amazingness that we all are and most of us leave the events feeling good about ourselves.
The companies that make profits from all these walking aids and the pharmaceutical companies that create drugs for dementia will not want this news to get out, but hey! – I’m shouting it from the rooftops –
"We don’t need to be sick as we get older, we can take good care of our bodies and walk freely right up to the end of our days."
Let’s get healthy as we go into our old age – why not?
Carmel R., Australia