Deanna Protocol for PD FAQ’s
How do you follow the Deanna Protocol for Parkinson’s disease (PD) using Simplesa Products?
How was the use of the Deanna Protocol as an effective co-therapy for PD established?
The ingredients in the Deanna Protocol’s AAKG+ Core Powder have been shown to provide benefits in several neurodegenerative diseases, including ALS and Parkinson’s disease. Research has shed light on how the combination of AAKG (Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate), GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid), CoQ-10 (Ubiquinol) and Niacin, found in Simplesa AAKG+ Core Powder, along with Liposomal Glutathione (GSH), Lipid Replacement Therapy (LRT) and other supplements, may enhance mitochondrial function and be an effective stand alone and co-therapies in the management of Parkinson’s disease (PD).
For detailed information on the research paper and Scientific references used to establish Deanna Protocol’s basis as an effective co-therapy for Parkinson’s disease, please CLICK HERE. .
As with any other supplement recommendation, always check with your Physician before modifying your diet or using any product.
What is the Difference between Simplesa AAKG+ Core Powder and Simplesa AAKG Powder?
Simplesa AAKG+ Core Powder is the core of the Deanna Protocol. It combines Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate (AAKG), Ubiquinol (CoQ10), GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid) and Niacin (Non-Flush) into one. The Ubiquinol (CoQ10), GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid) and Niacin (Non-Flush) are in the full dosages and the AAKG is set at the minimum recommended dosage per day at 9 grams a day. The reason for this is to allow each individual to increase his or her AAKG dosage up to the recommend 18 grams at his or her own pace. The Simplesa pure AAKG Powder is used in conjunction with the Simplesa AAKG+ Core Powder to increase AAKG levels, without increase the additional nutrients. Please CLICK HERE to download a Dosing Guide for the protocol and CLICK HERE to watch a quick video explanation.
Does the Deanna Protocol only work for women?
No, the Deanna Protocol is intended for both men and women with ALS, Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. Vincent Tedone developed the Deanna Protocol when his daughter Deanna was diagnosed with ALS.
Will the Deanna Protocol cure my PD?
Unfortunately, there is no known cure for PD. The Deanna Protocol is intended to support quality of life for those living with PD. Patients who consistently follow the protocol have reported an improvement in energy production, reduction in muscle twitching and cramping, improved coordination and balance, and more limberness.
Is the Deanna Protocol FDA Approved?
No, the Deanna Protocol is not currently FDA approved. The Deanna Protocol is a dietary supplement and the FDA does not require approval of dietary supplements. Scientific studies and research have been done on the effectiveness of the Deanna Protocol on ALS only. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Do Simplesa products meet the recommended dosages and frequencies of the Deanna Protocol?
Simplesa’s products were developed to precisely match the Deanna Protocol. This helps patients with consumption and may lower the cost of following the protocol. Simplesa has made following the Deanna Protocol cost effective and easier. Additionally, Simplesa’s ingredients have been meticulously sourced and formulated to ensure the highest absorption rates and quality.
Does the Deanna Protocol benefit everyone with PD?
The Deanna Protocol seems to benefit about 7 out of every 10 people who follow it. Varying factors may impact it not benefitting everyone such as progression of disease when started, consistency of following protocol, and other unknown factors.
Can the Deanna Protocol hurt me?
You should always consult with your physician before taking any supplements. The Deanna Protocol is comprised of nutrients found naturally in the body. These nutrients are safe in the dosages recommended by the protocol.
If you are being treated for high blood pressure or cardiology related issues, please contact your physician before taking AAKG, as it can elevate heart rate. Also, if you are taking medication for anxiety or depression, please contact your physician before taking 5-HTP, as it may interfere with those medications.
Can people taking L-dopa medications also follow the Deanna Protocol?
You should always consult with your physician before taking any supplements. We have not received any reports of interference with these drugs. The nutrients in the Deanna Protocol are primarily made up of amino acids, antioxidants and a neurotransmitter naturally found in the body.
Do I need to take both AKG and AAKG on the Deanna Protocol?
Yes, you need to take both the AKG and AAKG on the Deanna Protocol. The protocol calls for three main servings of AAKG per day (not to exceed 18 grams). AKG is also taken in smaller dosages throughout the day, and between the servings of AAKG.
Why do I need to take the AKG throughout the day?
The small frequent doses of AKG helps support energy production throughout the day.
Why did my Doctor tell me there is not much I can really do about my PD?
Unfortunately, we hear this far too often as there is no known cure for PD. The Deanna Protocol is not a cure, but it has been consistently reported by patients that their overall quality of life is improved when taking it. Heightened quality of life while fighting any disease is important.
Has the Deanna Protocol been scientifically studied?
Yes, there have been scientific studies performed on the Deanna Protocol. The results of these studies have been encouraging. The creators of the Deanna Protocol (Winning the Fight), have conducted mice studies at the University of South Florida. The results showed that the Deanna Protocol delays Disease Progression and Extends Survival in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Mouse Model. CLICK HERE for the study. There is no study or scientific research that establishes conclusively the benefits of the Deanna Protocol to PD specifically. However, as expressed in several documents and on several referenced research papers in this website, the underlying processes that cause both illnesses share many similarities.