Brian Austin Green says he has spent more than four years recovering from stroke-like symptoms caused by his diet.
“Beverly Hills, 90210” star Brian Austin Green looks back on a difficult time. As he revealed in a podcast, he spent more than four years recovering from stroke-like symptoms caused by his diet.
Brian Austin Green on the health crisis
In the latest episode of Cheryl Burke’s podcast Sex, Likes and Spray Tans, the 50-year-old talked about the health problems he faced.
He revealed that a change in diet caused him serious health complications.
I had spent four and a half years recovering from stroke-like symptoms without ever having a stroke, Brian told Austin Green. I couldn’t speak, he said, before going into the details of his diagnosis.
The star of the show shared that at first the doctors told him that he was suffering from dizziness and ulcerative colitis, and that the combination made him bedridden for three months. He added that none of the specialists he consulted at that time could understand what is behind his illnesses.
I was so confused that I re-introduced my best friend, whom I had been friends with for over 25 years, to my sister, whom he had also known for over 25 years, Green admitted that he was in his condition at that time.
Although he was active all his life and had a doctor at Cedars-Sinai Hospital who was one of the best neurologists in the country and could consult his colleagues, he was still undecided after almost 200 blood tests and two MRI scans.was about what the problem might be.
Then these neurological things started to happen, it was four and a half years of my life. I got to the point where I was hanging out like I was a 90-year-old man, Green recalls. I couldn’t speak. I couldn’t read. I could not write, the actor continued.
When Green was asked if his symptoms might have something to do with an accident involving him and his ex-wife Megan Fox, the pantomime said no. It was connected with nutrition.
Inflammation caused by gluten and dairy products
“All this was not diagnosed in Western medicine, so I finally had to find a doctor who was much more interested in kinesiology and Eastern medicine, ” said Brian Austin Green. When he finally found a suitable doctor, he explained to him that he had “an internal inflammation caused by gluten and dairy products”. Stress was also a factor in her illness.