At this time there is no cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Many patients facing this diagnosis are in a state of helplessness and hopelessness.
Dr. Vincent Tedone, a retired physician faced this same news when his daughter Deanna (at age 30) was initially diagnosed with ALS. Not wanting to give up and determined to find something to help her, he developed the Deanna Protocol. This all-natural metabolic therapy is a specific combination of nutrients found naturally occurring in our bodies that are administered in a consistent and daily protocol. Although not a cure for ALS, the Deanna Protocol has been reported by patients to slow the disease’s progression and allowing some individuals to achieve a better quality of life. In fact, a study performed by the University of Florida showed positive correlation and supporting results of how the Deanna Protocol supplementation delayed ALS disease progression and extended survival in mice. The study’s findings indicated that “metabolic therapy produces a therapeutic effect in ALS mice which may prolong survival and quality of life in ALS patients. “1
The goal of the protocol is to provide supplemental energy to the nerve and muscle cells to help in the prevention of cell death. Simplesa provides pre-packaged versions of the supplements required for the Deanna Protocol. The Simplesa products offer the convenience, cost effectiveness, and consistency of quality that supports the requirements of the Deanna Protocol.
The bottom line is that battling ALS requires fighting hard until a cure is found. The Deanna Protocol offers a natural therapy that has helped many people improve their quality of life. Find out more about how it might help you or someone you know battling ALS.
For more information on the history of the Deanna Protocol please visit: http://winningthefight.org/t/Deanna-Protocol
References:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25061944