I’d like to tell you a story. It’s the story of someone who has lived their life as an independent person, let’s call him Ben. Ben’s life is kept busy with doing the things he enjoys, hobbies that bring him pleasure. Maybe a few events, games, gatherings with the kids and grandkids. Gradually, he notices that his eye sight is starting to go, and so he takes a trip to his eye doctor. Ben expects to get glasses at the very least, but he’s are not ready for what happens next: he’s diagnosed with a retinal disease.

No matter how friendly or caring health professionals are, they are responsible to protect the public. Many are legally required to report findings to motor vehicle agencies to comply with visual acuity laws. The eye doctor tells Ben, “You don’t meet the visual requirements to drive anymore.” Just like that, Ben’s license is gone. And that’s just the first loss. The mental adjustment you must undergo as you grapple with a life without vision is staggering. It cripples many in fear. Diseases of progressing age creep up on us all.

For people like Ben, there is hope. Sight can be restored—even if your doctor says it can’t—and I’m going to show you how.

Let’s take a look at the leading causes of blindness:

  • Macular degeneration
  • Glaucoma
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Retinis pigmentosa
  • Macular hole
  • Optic neuritis
  • Stargardt’s (AMDF)

Guess what? All of these are retinal eye diseases! The malfunction of your retina causes each of these. But by following 3 simple steps, you can restore health to your retina and regain lost sight.

Over the next few articles, I’m going to show you how to follow these 3 steps. They’re rooted in the principle that in order to overcome your disease, you must reestablish health. Conventional medicine simply focuses on eradicating disease—an approach that will never fully succeed.

Click here to read about Step 1: Correct Deficiencies.

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