At it’s most basic, the Lose Dose Naltrexone story, although very unusual, is quite simple – summed up in statements like these:-
So, as something about which it’s claimed that it’s about strengthening “the natural defences of one’s own immune system,” it’s claimed, (1) that it helps in the treatment of any health problems at all that our bodies may already be fighting, and, just as significantly, (2) that it helps our bodies as they seek to prevent us from getting health problems in the first place.
As such, it’s hard to imagine anything more significant for our health and wellbeing.
It’s within this context that we came across “The LDN book.”
It’s edited by Linda Elsegood who claims to have been helped significantly by LDN, herself, and in it are included the follow chapters authored by other contributors.
- Multiple Sclerosis and Lupus – 30 pages.
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease – 14 pages.
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia – 12 pages.
- Thyroid Disorders -18 pages.
- Restless Legs Syndrome – 12 pages.
- Depression – 20 pages.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder – 12 pages.
- Cancer – 9 pages.
We would have thought that, for anyone suffering from any of the conditions on which there is a chapter, reading the chapter could be well worth while.
There is also a chapter in which answers are provided to 20 frequently asked questions about LDN.
There isn’t a separate chapter on taking it as a preventative measure, the word “preventative” doesn’t even occur in it’s Index – but it’s mentioned otherwise many times.