I’m back! It has been a while since my last post as Covid-19 got into everyone’s lives and priorities changed. Gratefully, my family and I made it through Covid safely and without complications, but as anticipated, my Parkinson’s disease (PD) symptoms have progressed noticeably. The motor part (tremors) are harder to manage, but luckily, they … Continue reading I’m back
There have always been countless diet programs, some trendier than others.Lately, The Keto diet seems to be the one with more popularity and some traction. Not too long ago, The South Beach diet, Paleo diet, plant-based diets, and Mediterranean diets are those that I can recall in the last 15 years. My nameless diet is … Continue reading Diet to feel way better
For those of us who live with a progressive disorder is essential to be conscious of the condition’s progression, symptoms, and how we can help ourselves to tweak our system. A couple of years ago, a friend texted me a photo of a dinner party we attended the night before. What I found in the … Continue reading consciousness
I wanted to update all regarding the status of my Parkinson’s Disease condition and how my self-treatment is performing. I decided not to take medicines to control Parkinson’s Disease symptoms because of the side effects and drug wear off; instead, I focusing on a lifestyle approach through diet and exercise. The diet is free of … Continue reading Parkinson’s Disease update
by WALTER RHEIN about 20 hours ago in CELEBRITIES Despite the disease, Roberto Carcelen has his sights set on Beijing. Roberto Carcelen made history at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics when he became the first Peruvian to compete in the winter Olympics. Peru is a proud country with a rich history of athletic competition, but the moderate temperature makes training … Continue reading Peruvian Olympian in a Race Against Parkinson’s
It is over two months since The Roberto Carcelen Foundation (RCF) extended its mission statement reach and added Parkinson’s Disease research to its charitable efforts. After successfully meeting with the directors of the Peruvian Institute of Neurological Sciences (INCN), The Roberto Carcelen Foundation is currently working on supporting the INCN on data research. The RCF … Continue reading Working on Parkinson’s Disease research in Peru
A critical fact in slowing Parkinson’s disease progression is exercising. Working out helps to keep in check triggers such as stress and anxiety. There are several exercising options out there, some better than others based on your ongoing Parkinson’s symptoms. I used to run about 60 miles a week and enjoyed it but now my … Continue reading Exercising with Parkinson’s Disease.
by Allen Schauffler Riding along through life with Roberto Carcelen is never a predictable and boring ride; I know, I’ve been on Carcelen roller-coaster for more than a decade. We met back in 2008 when I was working as a reporter and news anchor for KING in Seattle and was prepping for the upcoming 2010 Olympic Winter … Continue reading The crazy world of Roberto Carcelén.
As a high-performance athlete, it is hard to be in a position beyond your physical control. Parkinson’s Disease has very visible symptoms, tremors are the most noticeable. However, I’m starting to have fun finding ways to hide the tremors or sometimes I proudly tell people: “I have Parkinson’s Disease” I have developed several techniques to … Continue reading Hiding the symptoms
From time to time, we learn of a family member or a friend’s relative going through tough times with illnesses such as MS or Parkinson’s. These are conditions we know there are out there, but we tend to look the other way until they hit our inner circle. I learned this the hard way when … Continue reading April, Parkinson’s Disease awareness month.