can someone help me figure this out

    • November 29, 2012 at 3:57 pm

      So as the old members know I am computer illiterate, is there someone who can help me post some info I found?  Without private messages how can we get in contact/


    • GH
      November 29, 2012 at 4:34 pm

      If you mean that you want to know how to include a link to an online document in your posted message, it is a matter of doing “copy” and “paste” operations on the web address of the page to which you want to link. When viewing the page of interest, the web address will appear somewhere at the top of your browser. You need to “mark” or “select” the entire address, then “copy” it. How this is done depends on your particular computer system and browser. Then when you are writing a message to post, you do a “paste” operation to insert the most recently copied text.

    • November 29, 2012 at 5:13 pm

      Thanks GH, thats the problem, I never couold get that copy paste thing dow.  I will have to wait till Christmas break when my son comes home.  Anyway, the info is about Deanna Protocol.  You can just google that, but I had found this actual abstract and study that is currently being done  on it with diagrams on how the neuroprotective effect of ketones has a therapeutic benefit for patients with ALS and other neurodegenerative disorders, MS, ALS, to Alzheimers.  It is really interesting.

      So here was the title of the study…Phase 1:  Stop nerve cell death  Therapeutic Ketosis for ALS and other neurological diseases. 

      If you just generally google therapeutic ketosis, it takes you to wacky body building info..

      AKG is the name of the supplement.

      The Deanna Protocol was started by a surgeon whose daughter was dx w/ALS, he did not want to sit back, so he quit his job and started research.  You can also go to Winning The Fight, it is a sight that has info on it.  Actually, I think when I hit the research section that is where this paper popped up with the study. 

      Just thought I would offer the info, I thought it was interesting at the least.