Daniel Berry Sickle Cell Foundation
This is my son, Daniel. Daniel was born with Beta-Thalassemia Sickle Cell Anemia. After discovering the wonderful healing science of Nutritional Balancing and Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis, Daniel has made an amazing recovery from early childhood pain and Sickle Cell crises. After we had his hair mineral test done by Analytical Research Labs, Dr. Larry Wilson of drlwilson.com set up a mineral/vitamin supplement & nutritional dietary program for Daniel that has worked very well for Daniel's health and welfare. We have started the Daniel Berry Sickle Cell Foundation to raise funds to help parents be able to afford a full Nutritional Balancing Program for their child with Sickle Cell. We also want to conduct many more studies, research and development to help improve Nutritional Balancing Programs for everyone with Sickle Cell or Sickle Cell related conditions.
We have also utilized the research and teaching of Dr. Oji Agbai of Dioscovite1.com. Through years of research and dedicated study, Dr. Oji found that African Yams, and particularly the high amounts of the nutrient Thiocyanate which is an important nutrient to help prevent the sickling and the sticking of blood cells along with cyanates. African Yams should be a stable food in the diet of all Sickle Cell Warriors, along with cooked vegetables with every meal, in addition to the recommended supplements of Dr. Larry Wilson.
By donating to the Daniel Berry Sickle Cell Foundation you will be providing much needed funds that will allow parents of Sickle Cell patients to afford to put their child under the age of 12, on a full Nutritional Balancing Program for one year. During this year, the children will be retested every 3 to 6 months to track progress on the program. This will allow for much needed clinical research and development for this condition using natural minerals, vitamins, diet, and detoxification methods. Thank you so much for your kindness. You are helping save lives with every penny you donate, and we are very appreciative.