Neurofibromatosis, ALS, Vision Issues

Some readers had asked me about whether GAPS can treat neurofibromatosis, ALS and eye conditions that have progressed to the point of glaucoma, cataracts or macular degeneration.

While I’ve seen GAPS improve eyesight, as well as resolve vision issues related to blood sugar instability, I responded that I did not know the answer to the remaining questions and promised to ask Dr Natasha. Dr Natasha has kindly responded with the following:

I have had no experience with treating neurofibromatosis or ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease with GAPS programme, but it is worth a trial, as this programme¬†feeds the nervous system well.

I had a number of patients whose eye sight improved dramatically on GAPS protocol, children and adults with all sorts of eye problems.

For a list of conditions we have seen positively impacted by GAPS, please click here.

2 Replies to “Neurofibromatosis, ALS, Vision Issues”

  1. Hi Baden

    Thank you so much for posting this. I have just found out my daughter has astigmatism and my son has a congenital cataract, so have been wondering about GAPS and eye issues.

    Thank you!


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