Circulation Problems

Name: Gary A Pietz

Since multiple doctors lied to me over 10 years ago I have been left disabled do to multiple bypass operations on my Femeral Arteries (legs). I have artifical arteries with 10% circulation.  This limits the distance I can walk at a given time.  20 to 30 yards at a time then I must stop to let the blood refill my legs with oxygen.  I have to get Chelation Theraphy to keep my artifical arteries open so I don't lose my legs.  This is a $4000 a year process for 30 treatments (twice a week or approximately 4 months). Each treatment causes the loss of 1 day, since I can't do anything the day of the treatment which takes 3 1/2 hours to complete.  I have been taking MMS/CDS now for about 3 years.  I have found that if I take 10 to 12 drops of MMS at least 5 times a day (over 50 drops) I do not need to go and get my Chelation Therapy as often.  To date I have not had Chelation Therapy for over 2 years now.  I would like to also talk about the drinking of Pepsi.  My doctors have always asked if my legs hurt when the circulation goes down from using my legs.  I have never experienced any pain.  They just get tired almost immediately and if I don't halt they give out from lack of oxygen and I go down.  I am still able to golf at courses that allow me to drive close to the greens and tees.  This is my only exercise.  Anyway few years ago my legs started hurting very bad when the circulation went down.  Almost to the point of crying it was so bad.  I could not finish 14 of the 18 holes because the pain was so unbearable.  I could not figure out why all of a sudden my legs were hurting so bad.  After much thinking I remembered the homeopathic doctor that I was seeing for the chelation treatments had told me sodas were bad for your circulation and would harm the chelation treatments ability to clear my blood vessels of cholesterol.  I was drinking maybe 5 or 6 Pepsi every week.  Doing nothing else, I switched from Pepsi to Powerade drinks.  In less than two weeks my pain went away and has never returned.  You can give me all the statistics you want on how good Pepsi is for you and I can tell you from experience that Pepsi is no good for the circulation anyones body.  Most of you can't feel what it is doing, but with my legs being as sensitive as they are, I was able to witness first hand just how bad this product is!