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Hi all,

I found this interesting: https://eurekalert.org/pub_releases/...-anc071417.php

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Yes indeed!

I am sure every one here is well versed on the impact beta-Methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA) can have in high concentrations on causing ALS. The cluster studies performed a while back were very eye opening; in that when its not genetic (10% of the time) its most likely environmental and/or dietary. I'm afraid to ask what ALS sufferers here ate for a good portion of their lives owing to fear of being thrown out.

If anyone who is suffering from ALS and is reading this and is interested in sharing this information please do.

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Very happy to hear this Somy and I pray the treatment goes well for you. Congrats on being chosen. Remain strong. I can see you are a Schweizer
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