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A New Approach to ALS
A New Approach to ALS
ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is widely known as a devastating illness that affects many individuals around the world. While it may seem that this diagnosis is a death sentence, Dr. Jerry Tennant has a different perspective. In this blog, Dr. Tennant discusses the factors behind ALS and reveals a potential path to addressing its effects.
Consequences of Low Voltage
Dr. Tennant explains that every cell in our body requires 25 millivolts of voltage (energy) to function properly. However, chronic diseases, including ALS, begin when an organ loses its voltage and cannot make enough new, healthy cells that heal. This loss of voltage not only disrupts the organ’s ability to function but also impairs its capacity to repair itself. Without enough voltage, the organ becomes vulnerable to a variety of negative effects.
The Connection Between Oxygen & Fungus
Voltage loss leads to a decrease in oxygen supply to the affected organ, which can attract fungal spores. These fungal spores attempt to break down the organ, further exacerbating the damage. Even in the natural world, when a leaf falls off a tree and loses its voltage and oxygen, fungal spores activate to decompose that leaf. Similarly, if our organs lose voltage and oxygen, fungus can start to thrive and break down the affected areas.
The Liver/Gallbladder Circuit and ALS
Our body is full of interconnected energy pathways called circuits, or energetic pathways where voltage (electrons) travels to and from different organ systems—delivering the energy & materials needed to generate new cells.
With ALS, the power (voltage) supply to the spinal cord and a significant portion of the brain is associated with the liver/gallbladder circuit.
Dr. Tennant theorizes that patients with ALS have experienced a significant loss of power within this circuit. This also means they have experienced a decrease in oxygen supply and subsequently an invasion of harmful fungi. This decomposition contributes to the symptoms of paralysis and dysfunction in ALS patients.
Dr. Tennant’s Approach to ALS
Dr. Tennant and the Tennant Institute utilize cutting-edge technology to measure the voltage in various circuits throughout the body. By identifying which circuits have low voltage, they can personalize care plans for ALS patients.
Dr. Tennant has also identified five root causes contributing to voltage loss and works with a variety of experts to address these factors in patients. By correcting the underlying issues, voltage can be restored, leading to oxygen replenishment and the eradication of harmful fungi.
The results of applying these methods to people with ALS have been promising. With currently 25 ALS patients using this approach, the majority have experienced either a cessation of the disease’s progression or a remarkable improvement in their condition. By restoring voltage and subsequently kick-starting the healing process, individuals are provided with newfound hope and opportunities for a better quality of life.
There Is Hope
ALS has long been thought of as incurable and unforgiving. The insights from Dr. Jerry Tennant’s research provide hope for those dealing with ALS. By understanding the role of voltage loss, oxygen deprivation, and fungus, we can begin to explore innovative approaches to this illness.
As we continue to learn more about how and why this devastating disease occurs, the potential for medical breakthroughs and improved patient outcomes grows. With continued research, we can work towards a future where ALS is no longer a debilitating diagnosis, but rather a challenge that can be overcome.
Seeking help for ALS?
If you or a loved one has been recently diagnosed with ALS, The Tennant Institute may be able to help. The Tennant Institute takes a personalized approach to health with each individual to help them back on the path to wellness.
Want to learn more?
Watch the 2-hr Healing ALS Conference from 2022 below.