Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 20 – Renee

Renee shares her journey through fluoroquinolone toxicity on Episode 20 of The Floxie Hope Podcast. Please check it out:



Renee’s written story of her journey through fluoroquinolone toxicity can be found here – https://floxiehope.com/renees-story-cipro-reaction/

Renee had taken fluoroquiolones in the past with no notable adverse reaction. This time though, after taking ONE PILL, the flox BOMB went off in her body and she experienced many devastating symptoms of fluoroquinolone toxicity.

Some keys to her recovery included The Wahls Protocol diet, support from loved ones, and a hopeful, positive attitude.

Thank you so much for sharing your journey, Renee! You are amazing, wise, and greatly appreciated!


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One thought on “Floxie Hope Podcast Episode 20 – Renee

  1. Dee November 5, 2017 at 5:33 pm Reply

    Renee , I enjoyed your podcast and the useful info that you provided! I actually bought the Wahls protocol book but was a little overwhelmed with the diet! Looks like a lot of prep work but maybe you worked out a system. What was a typical day like for you food wise to get 9 cups of veggies and fruit in? Did you include much organic meat?? Also when did you feel you felt pretty close to recovered after being floxed? I am dealing with quite a bit of brain fog. Was there a point in time where the fog started to lift for you??? Congrats on your healing and recovery and thanks for your positive comments in sharing your healing journey! Dee

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