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Alison and Jack Layton
Alison Myrden | watch her video here
Chronic Progressive Multiple Sclerosis
Alison was diagnosed with Chronic Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 1992 at age 28. Alison was told by her Doctor that by the time she reached her 40th birthday she would be in a wheelchair full time and spoon fed.
Utilizing the guidance of a good friend Paul Beatty, Alison now takes this company's high quality Vitamins/Minerals, Anti-Oxidants and of course Essential Fatty Acids in the correct balance. We have seen dramatic improvement in Alison's energy and she no longer needs her wheelchair.
Alison is now 48 and uses only a cane to get around (sometimes we wonder if it touches the ground).
The environmentally friendly products we use now convinced us to avoid the highly-toxic and life-threatening brands at the grocery store. Our pets also benefit greatly.
This has changed all of our lives for the better.
Thank you so much!
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Harley the dog | Malignant Cancer of Skin Cells
Thank you for all that you do!! If you weren’t for your knowledge and willingness to help my 9 year old dog Harley would not be here today. In February 2012 Harley was been diagnosed with “some type of carcinoma, most likely squamous cell carcinoma which is a malignant cancer of skin cells” At least that’s what the results from his biopsy stated. He had a large tumor along his penial shaft which was causing him to drip trials of blood everywhere he went. He was given his notice of 6 months to live. My vet suggested that chemotherapy may help to reduce the size of the tumor but would be very costly, I just didn’t have the thousands of dollars to cover the cost and decided I would find an alternate route. I began researching tons of information on cancer and came across someone who told me about Paul Beatty and his website about Essential Fatty Acids. I immediately put Harley on a healthy diet consisting of walks, fruit, vegetables, real meat and EFA’s (Cod Liver Oil and Evening Prime Rose) and within 2 weeks noticed that the bleeding had slowed down immensely and after another couple of weeks had stopped completely!! I had called Paul to thank him personally and that’s when he said oh you don’t have to give Cod liver to Dogs because they make their own Omega 3’s, he said it won’t hurt him but save your money cause its only the OMEGA 6’s he needs. Well, Paul you were right! You have been such an angel to us, I can’t thank you enough, Harley has beat the odds, it has been over a year now since he was diagnosed , there have been no more signs of any bleeding even our Vet was shocked to see how healthy and full of energy he is. I am so grateful to learn about the healing benefits of EFA’s, as preventative maintenance everyone in my family (including Harley) is now taking them daily! Since we have been taking it we have not got sick, is this a fluke? Not sure I just know its making me feel better so I will continue to take it. The secret is out!
Alexander and Christine
Christine Mack, Mother of Alexander
Childhood Cancer | Neuroblastoma
Helping people in a time of great need is one element of many that makes Paul Beatty a very special person. In the season of sharing, I’d like to share my own personal story:
While on maternity leave in 2007, my son woke up one morning and I noticed that one of his eyes was half its usual size. There is something to be said about maternal instinct, and I decided to bring him to see a doctor. We soon learned the terrible news that is every parent’s worst nightmare. Alexander was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer, a Neuroblastoma, which is a malignant tumour. We caught it relatively early, it was in stage 2, not inflicting the bones (as they had taken samples of his bone marrow through aspiration and biopsy) which was very good news. Alexander was only eight months old at the time. The tumour was sitting on his sympathetic nervous chain which affected his eye. He developed what is called a Horner Syndrome which causes the eye lid to droop making the eye significantly smaller. My son has beautiful big blue eyes and this tumour seriously affected one of his eyes. His vision was not affected, but his pupil was larger and this part was irreversible.
This proved to be both a miracle and a blessing in disguise because without this clear marker, the tumour would have continued to grow unnoticed. We were very fortunate that we caught it in its early stage.
Alexander was immediately scheduled for surgery at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, which I did not know at the time, was going to be my second home for over an eight-month period. Alexander’s complicated surgery to remove the tumour went relatively well. He underwent difficult tests on a regular basis (CT scan, MRI, MIBG tests) to ensure the remnants of the mass remained inactive. My son is an energetic little boy who radiates happiness. He was nicknamed the “superstar” by his team of doctors. He’s a fighter, very determined and stubborn and I knew these traits would later serve him well.
We found out just four months later that his tumour had returned. The only treatment option would be chemotherapy over an intensive four-month period.
At first, Mark, my partner and I both felt frustration and despair but quickly decided to fight this cancer with knowledge, hope and a strong sense of positivity. Alexander had just turned 14 months and we made sure to communicate that a miracle was on its way for him, that his booboo, as we called it, was going to go away in a matter of time.
This is when I met Paul over the phone through a mutual friend who was my life coach at the time (her specialty was in helping families inflicted with cancer cope). As I was searching for more of a holistic approach in addition to chemotherapy, Paul entered my life and I believe this was god sent. He spent countless hours with me on the phone, educating me on the benefits of EFA’s. He encouraged me to read the book ‘The Hidden Story of Cancer”. Since I was breastfeeding Alexander at the time, he suggested I increase my EFA supplements by so I was taking 3 Code Liver oil pills (1000mg/pill) as well as 9 Efamol’s in the same dosage. I even put some on Alexander’s body so that it would be absorbed into his skin. Paul said that it was imperative that I get these EFA’s into my son, as this would give his cells the oxygen that it would need in order to fight off the ill effects of the chemo. I breastfeed him until he completed his treatments and then some, 20 months in total.
The Oncologists told me that he would likely need a blood transfusion at some point in his treatments as all Neuroblastoma cases require them. I told them that he would be the exception to the rule and they replied that a miracle would need to happen for this to take place. Well, Alexander was the exception and just made it in not requiring this blood transfusion. He also had a lot of energy throughout his chemo, more than I had anticipated, was it the EFA’s that was helping this? Was it the anti-cancer fighting foods that I was feeding him? I’m convinced in my heart of hearts that the EFA’s played a vital role in helping my son to heal.
When the surgeons told me that his eye, which was affected my the tumour would never get better after the surgery, that he would likely require cosmetic surgery before starting school at age 5, I told them that he would be the exception. I kept feeding him the EFA’s until he was old enough to start sucking on the pills, which he does every day now. They’re actually his favourite supplements!
The surgeon saw him a few months ago and was amazed that his eye was almost back to its normal size, about 90-05%. He said that this was not meant to happen.
Alexander completed 4 months of chemotherapy (6 treatments in all) in April 2008. The chemotherapy reduced his tumour by 50% and the remnants needed to be tested every 3 months to ensure that the mass would remain inactive. We continued on with his MRI and MIBG tests. The Oncologist said that he could live a healthy life with the reduced mass being present in his body, and that perhaps one day, it would disappear completely. But there was no way to tell when.
One year later, in the spring of 2009, and after his usual battery of tests, the doctor told me that his mass was gone and that no further testing would be required except for our regular clinic visits and blood tests. I was amazed, speechless, utterly over the moon with this news as I was not expecting it so soon.
Was it the EFA’s that helped this along? I am convinced without a shadow of a doubt, that these EFA’s played a vital role in bringing my son back to complete health. He did not require a blood transfusion, his eye is almost back to it’s pre-Neuroblastoma size, except for his pupil which will always be different in size, his mass is gone and he is by far the most energetic child at day care. I am very careful as to what he eats, and I avoid all processed foods as well as sugar, as recommended to me by Paul but there is something to be said about these EFA’S which my son and I continue to take on a daily basis.
Paul’s devotion to me and my family during this very difficult journey is like none that I have ever seen. The knowledge that he has shared with me with respect to EFA’s is something that I will always be grateful for. I plan to keep taking these EFA’s for life for I have seen first hand all the good that it has done. I will always be grateful to Paul for this.
Alexander will be considered cancer free when he turns 7 but I already consider him healthy and completely free of cancer. One side affect that he has developed is something called Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy which was likely caused when he had surgery to remove his Neuroblastoma. The left side of his body from his face down to his waist does not sweat and when he is energetic, his skin turns red (flushed) but the side that is affected remains the same (white). Pain is usually associated with this disorder but he thankfully does not have pain. I am hoping that in time, this too will disappear.
Having Alexander healthy is for me, the best Christmas gift I could have hoped for.
And for Paul, your dedication to helping and educating people who have cancer is truly remarkable.
My family thanks you.