A woman says that her crippling symptoms of ME have been 'cured' because of her new diet.
For the majority of his life, Emma Gibbs has felt rough and jaded in her own skin as she battled the chronic long-term condition.
Her biggest problem was the fact that the 50-year-old girl was poorly done.
In 2015 she decided to change her life, she is about to feel her body, reports Plymouth Live.
Emma changed what she ate – and switched to a strict organic-only food diet.
Despite continuing to smoke and drink, she claims that she has noticed a stunning difference in how she felt – physically and mentally – from the start.
She says she's managed to teach her ME – short for Myalgic encephalomyelitis – as a result of her clean, lean eating.
She's vowed to go back to processed foods – and is in the process of taking her local food and stocking it full foods.
She said: "I am a life warrior, which seems absolutely ridiculous. I have done my way through my health – and now I am just passionate about life.
"All my life, I had ME; Because of contaminated blood. But in 2015, I had a miraculous health breakthrough.
"The way I can describe it is, I went from 2D to 3D. It was like I did something on top of the whole time.
"My body was really heavy and my head was full of sludge. I felt that way my whole life.
"I had no memory. The only way I could remember, I had no head memory.
"There was so much to it. Now, I feel like I have a miracle medicine that has transformed my body and my life.
"I still smoke and drink, but I eat organic food."
Part of Emma's diet overhaul included an eight-month food 'detox' – which left her shocked by how much toxins she previously consumed.
"It's unbelievable the amount of rubbish that's included in most of the food we eat," she said.
Emma's so chuffed by her new lifestyle She's preparing to take it to the masses.
She's about to take her local corner shop, Eggbuckland Stores, and plans to sell the shelves with organic and vegan foods.
Emma currently works at the shop, in St Edward Gardens, and says it has a special place in her heart as it gets her steady when life is really proven difficult.
But Emma needs your dream to become a professional health guru a reality.
She desperately needs to claw together £ 5,000 in start-up costs; The bulk of which will go to wholesalers who provide newspapers, mags, all the things you'd usually see in a local shop.
She's got a team of three staff supporting her and she is proud to say she has got this far – despite not getting any help from the government.
"I am sick to the back teeth of the system," she said. "It does not work. Everybody is struggling; the real people. The people on the ground."
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