Unfortunately, the protocol didn't do anything for me, but I couldn't last the three months recommended as I struggle with taking meds properly (on time, consistently, etc.) He does recommend pharmaceutical drugs if the protocol doesn't work.
Dr Bansal said the same - although his supplement management plan is much more extensive.
There are a lot of very decent people who are not doing all they can to help us.
I guess it may come down to what the patient can afford. Many of us relied on the NHS, so we are unlikely to afford extensive testing, which leads to the most help when we approach him. What he does do is inform GPs about further testing patients can have carried out on the NHS. For those with good health insurance plans, he probably recommends a whole range of things to help.
Personally, I'd say he is the best person to turn to for disability support in the UK. He is probably the only
Dr in the UK that will help in that capacity. He is also medico-legal, so can help people challenge unfair employment/insurance, etc., cases.