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Dr Robinson's List

Dr Robinson's List

I visited this Dr a few times last year to get help starting the Hinz Amino Acid Protocol/ He was recommended by Dr Hinz's office when I called them t o find a Dr in my area that is trained in that. Dr Robinson is very experienced in treating Parkinsons, he has several family members that have it and fears getting it himself. On my first visit, he gave me this list of things that might be helpful to us PWP. I thought I'd share it here and leave it open for discussion. He is the best doctor I ever saw, but unfortunately its a 3 hour drive in bad traffic to see him, s o I dont go very often. He is not a neurologist, he is a family practice doctor

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thanks for sharing

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Thanks for your updates, and research.

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I went to him too!!! Are you still on the protocol? I only take small dose as my symptoms are mild. He is awesome!

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Yes! Im on a small dose too as you see up top on the list. He is awesome! Wish he was closer.

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Do you feel that the protocol is helping you in stopping progression?

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Yes

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Everything i do, i do to stop and hopefully reverse this curse

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It has especially helped me with apathy and depression too.

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My mother was a patient of Dr. Robinson Sr., your doc's father. She was in treatment for breast cancer and was in remission for approximately 10 years when she stopped using most of his protocol (she ended up dying from pneumonia) and I suspect the cancer came back too.

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Thank you for sharing

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Out of the very long list what do you take and from the considered list have you considered and tried any of the suggestions?

I wonder what would happen if you used all, would you have time in a day to do so.

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Different things work for different people. My best is aminos, thiamine and gabapentin.

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I've been looking into cysreplete and neuroplete supplements on that list, however unfortunately they have folic acid which is not well metabolized in people with MTHFR genetic variant which I have (along with probably up to 40% of population according to some statistics). According to dr. Ben Lynch who has this variant himself unmetabolized folic acid can be quite harmful drbenlynch.com/folic-acid-s...

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