Regular readers will know that my improving ability to read is among the most precious and surprising gifts of My Serrapeptase Adventure. My ability to read has improved, gradually, but consistently, since my eyesight and visual perception began becoming clearer in November 2006.
I still need a lot of practice and must make a considerable effort to improve my fluency, but reading is already a much more useful pleasure than it ever was before my adventure started.
Some time ago, I heard that The Serrapeptase Guy, Robert Redfern, had decided to include an introduction to My Serrapeptase Adventure in the 2009 edition of his book: The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme is Serrapeptase – The 2nd Gift from Silkworms, with the title, From Wheelchair To Wings.
It is a fantastic compliment to have my story shared in this way. Today, I am thrilled to have received a copy of the newly released book and to be able to read it for myself.
In July 2006, Robert informed me that, having learnt of my experience of using Serrapeptase in the management and reduction of the impact of my Cerebral Palsy (CP) symptoms, he had renamed his book as The ‘Miracle’ Enzyme is Serrapeptase.
Since the 2009 edition, the book has included a section called The Mike Tawse Story – From Wheelchair To Wings. I would like to take this, and every opportunity to thank Robert Redfern for the privilege of sharing My Serrapeptase Adventure with the world.
Last Updated on June 19, 2020 by The Health-Care Survivor