Eat soured milk products like yogurt and kefir.


Include beet greens, chard, eggs, green leafy vegetables, raw cheese, raw milk, raw nuts, seeds, an soybeans in the diet.


Drink fresh ‘live” juices made from beets, carrots, green beans, green leafy vegetables, peas, red grapes, and seaweed for concentrated nutrients.


Eat small meals, do not drink large quantities of liquids at once, an take 2 tablespoons of olive oil daily.


Avoid alcoholic beverages, animal protein, fried foods, artificial sweeteners such as aspartame (NutraSweet), caffeine, and nicotine. Avoid refined foods and sugar.


If the bowels do not move each day, before going to bed, take a lemon anema using the juice of two lemons and 2 quarts of water.


Take an Epsom salts bath twice a week.


Work toward self-care. Keep drug dosages as low as possible, and work toward becoming as free from drugs and seizures as possible. The correct diet and nutritional supplements are very important in the control of epilepsy.


Get regular moderate exercise to improve circulation to the brain.


As much as possible, avoid stress and tension. Learn stress management techniques.


Stay away from pesticides.


Avoid using aluminum cookware. Use glass or stainless steel instead. Aluminum can leach into the food during cooking, and may contribute to seizures.