How on earth can a pharmaceutically produced corticosteroid have any benefit for human health is beyond belief. The adrenals make cortisone daily, equivalent to 10mg hydrocortisone. Giving this stuff to somebody is "replacement" therapy, is no different than giving progesterone or estrogen therapy.You end up in trouble, but feel good initially. When you extend hormonal credit long enough to somebody they eventually hang themselves. The side-effects long term with any hormone replacement therapy are not worth the effort. But in saying that, short term cortef therapy has it place to wean patients off predisolone, a much more powerful anti-inflamm/immuno suppressant. I have used it for this to advantage. But long term it is like extending unlimited credit to a gambler, the problem is never fixed and it becomes a bottomless pit. This is not medicine, it is a paint-by-numbers drug-based approach.
A "bunch of supplements by a Chiropractor" surely deserves more credit than this statement, have you treated a few thousands patients with varying AF protocols? If you have, then I'd like to hear of your professional opinions. Dr. Wilson currently has a one million patient study underway at a university currently, that's right, 1 million patients treated with his protocol. I know of docs who have used this method for years in USA and achieved the same results I do.
Opinions are the cheapest commodities, we all have one and most are worthless unfortunately. Dr. Wilson has done more to further the cause of AF than anybody in the world presently, he has studied under the best endocrinologists and understands the HPA axis better than most. He is also one of the founding fathers of the Canadian College of Nat. Med., one of the largest of its kind in the world. You clearly do not know Dr. Wilson or the results that many patients get who were placed on the medical scrapheap.