Swiss Protocol Marco Ruggiero

I was wondering if anyone has tried the Swiss Protocol as recommended by Marco Ruggiero?


 


http://www.autismone.org/content/marco-ruggiero-md-phd-swiss-protocol-integrated-protocol-treatment-autism-spectrum-disorders


 


 


https://www.dropbox.com/s/6mi6fpfiqoh500t/Ruggiero%2C%20May%2021%202015.pdf?dl=0


 


Essentially making and consuming a super probiotic yogurt (Bravo) with milk, colostrum, and dehydrated bacteria and yeasts together with lots of coconut and olive oil.


 


The creation of GcMAF is the key to the health benefits of Bravo.


 


https://gcmaf.se/


 


If I try it I'll report back.


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  • SkeletorSkeletor The Conqueror Worm ✭✭✭

    This may be a stupid question, however wouldn't the inclusion of those oils in a probiotic yogurt end up killing off a lot of the bacteria and yeast?


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  • Sorry Skeletor, my short summary was a bit confusing.  I understand from the lecture that the the Bravo yogurt is taken daily with a diet high in fats - specifically coconut and olive oil. All 3 together in the diet have a powerful synergistic affect.


  • That's right.  They were having trouble selling their yogurt and so they created an "extract" containing the complicated enzyme, Gc-Maf.  It is a bit ridiculous to think that it could pass without being digested.  There is a simple test that could be performed to see if nagalase levels are elevated in the blood, but they either did not run this test, or they did not get the result they were looking for and left it out.


     


    Gc-Maf has been written about by Yamamoto and others, but his articles did not pass peer review and were later retracted.


     


    http://retractionwatch.com/2014/07/25/paper-about-widely-touted-but-unapproved-cure-for-cancer-autism-retracted/


     


    ...and again.


     


    http://retractionwatch.com/2014/10/10/yet-another-study-of-widely-touted-cancer-cure-retracted/


     


    Not only is the research bad, but the application of the research shows a complete lack of understanding of how vitamin D works.


     


    People with cancer and parents of autistic children are desperate and it is appalling that Ruggiero and others would prey upon them in this way.


     




    This may be a stupid question, however wouldn't the inclusion of those oils in a probiotic yogurt end up killing off a lot of the bacteria and yeast?



  • Thanks for the links Jason, if something seems too good to be true.....


  • I just ordered the starter, and will be making the yogurt myself to try it.   


     


    based on my research, taking Vitamin D and K, sun light will help for max benefit.   


     


      


     



     



     


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