I am a retired Physician who practice Radiation Oncology for 40 years, but also did Metabolic Medicine one day per week for 25+ years. At the Alternative Clinic I treated everything, cancer, heart disease, strokes, autoimmune, chronic fatigue, Autism, etc. The crazy thing was many cancer patients kept themselves alive for 3-5 years after failing conventional treatment by using a variety of glycolysis inhibitors (including 100,000 to 125,000 mg Vit C drips given over 3 to 3.5 hours) and special diets very low in sugar. The goal was to get into or close to ketosis, as this decreased the main cancer food, sugar. Diet was always a mainstay in therapy for any metabolic misadventure. I want to give your work a big thumbs up. No one is going to be healthy on a diet bad diet. The low amylose diet is one of the hardest to follow, but one of the most rewarding for “HLA challenged” individuals with biotoxin syndrome. Conventional medicine is so far off the rails that it is embarrassing. Kudo’s to you. We have a son who lives in Denver, and he keeps me working on taking my long term Metabolic Medicine experience and putting this into a website “ThePatintsCorner.com”. He keeps telling me that his generation is really looking for alternatives to drug pumping. Thanks you again for your excellent rendition of the Low Amylose Diet. Keep up the good work.
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Judy is a pediatric nutrition specialist. She is a licensed registered dietitian with graduate and undergraduate degrees in nutrition and public health from the University of Vermont and University of Hawai’i. Her passion for all things nutrition began early and carried through her many years as a Division I soccer player at the collegiate and national levels. Judy completed her graduate work and dietetic rotations across sites in Honolulu and Boston, and later created a television program on the unique foods and culinary herbs thriving in Oahu’s community food gardens. She went on to work in outpatient care for Kaiser Foundation Hospital, as a nutrition educator for a large health insurer, and as a grant writing for a non-profit comprehensive care clinic.
Though she completed her degrees and RD in 1989, her real calling emerged with the birth of her son in 1996, who experienced deep challenges from birth for feeding, growth, allergy, and more. With little guidance to be had from her pediatric providers, Judy dug into her infant nutrition training and expanded it, to help her son and other children enjoy their full wellness potential through integrative nutrition.
Judy became a pioneer among dietitians in using functional nutrition for babies and kids. She authored the first accredited module for dietitians on nutrition and autism in 2008, has lectured widely for national associations serving families with autism and has authored four books on using nutrition to help special needs kids thrive. Her client families include those challenged by autism, ADHD, asthma, allergies, feeding and growth concerns, behavior/mood/learning concerns, constipation, and other gastrointestinal symptoms. For families who are ready for a whole food, whole body, functional nutrition approach, Judy is an indispensable asset to pediatric care, for children ages 0-18 years.