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From: Robin (83.250.1.84)
Subject:         Dr. Graham, please help us (C.O.L.D.)
Date: May 17, 2014 at 4:26 am PST

Hi,

I'm maybe going to work with a very dear person suffering from Chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It's inherited and not caused by smoking
in his case. His lung capacity is at ~14% and he needs extra oxygen through a
tube many hours a day in his home. Typically he walks about five metres before
he prefers sitting down. He has gone from hot dogs and meat to a more
vegetarian diet with nuts, quinoa, some fish and some raw food and reported
feeling better. He wished that the doctors and nurses had told him this, but they
didn't.

I'm not sure about his fat intake. I know that fat stays longer in the blood
because it's harder to digest, which blocks some of the oxygen to reach the
cells. Lower fat intake (the right kind of fat) could potentially help him a lot in my
understanding and that vegetarian foods are less inflammatory. Please enlighten
me what else that makes the 80/10/10 diet help him? In what way? Could you
kindly direct me to any success stories, links or other useful information that
could help this dear man? Or just explain so I could assist him as good as
possible in this situation?


Any other suggestions whatsoever? Do you recommend individual consultation?
Thank you very much and quite seriously you can save his life.

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