Epilepsy results from electrical signals in the brain that cause
seizures. Epilepsy symptoms vary from blank stares to full
convulsions. Epilepsy is most common in children and young adults. Many
suffered severe trauma or head injury in their past, though many
do not remember.
Many epilepsy patients
consume a lot of
eggs, especially fried eggs.
Surgery is recommended when seizures originate in a small,
well-defined area of brain that doesn't interfere with vital
functions. The surgeon removes that area of the brain.
In other cases, a surgeons make a series
of cuts in the brain. The cuts are supposed to prevent seizures
Complications: sometimes permanently altering cognitive
Vagus nerve stimulation. Side
effects: hoarseness, throat pain, coughing, shortness of breath,
tingling and muscle pain.
Ketogenic diet. Side effects:
dehydration, constipation, slowed growth, uric acid and kidney
Available Epilepsy treatments are
medicine of the first and second degree among the seven levels
of medicine. The current Epilepsy medications and surgeries are
expensive, not offering a complete cure and have harmful side
effects and sometimes dangerous.
Food is best natural treatment. Foods affect epilepsy positively
or adversely depending on their type. Foods that restore natural
balance cure epilepsy naturally without
a contracted state, and foods that cause contraction (eggs,
vitamin D, etc.) will make epilepsy worse. Foods that cause
expansion will naturally cure epilepsy and
gradually stop seizures.
With the right diet, epilepsy can be cured completely.
takes from a month to several months to cure epilepsy
epending on the severity and frequency of seizures.