Mike Conducts Series of Video Interviews with Brenda Johnson
During a State-side visit with Nzymes in the Spring of 2017, Brenda Johnson of Winnipeg, MB sat down with Mike Stansbury to discuss her many amazing experiences with Nzymes and other natural therapies.
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Video 1: Brenda and Mike discuss how her story all began with the paralysis of her Pomeranian, Bella.
To see the YouTube of Bella’s progression with Nzymes, click Here
Video 2: Brenda discusses the story of Bohdi, and Border Collie smitten with severe Cardiomyopathy and Stage-4 Lymes Disease. Bohdi was given NO CHANCE to live as his condition had deteriorated past the “point of no return”. She was told to make him comfortable and to shower him with love and affection for his final days. Brenda had different plans and wanted to give him all the natural support possible for a dog in this condition. She explains her approach here. To see Bohdi’s full story, click Here
Video 3: Mike and Brenda discuss her own set of Health Challenges. She suffered from Migraine Headaches, “Bladder Infections”, Interstitial Cystitis, and Ulcerative Colitis. For 36 years, she had been misdiagnosed, and almost lost her bladder as a result. It was her experience with Bella’s paralysis and use of Nzymes that opened her eyes to a natural approach to her issues. Read her full blog post at Brenda’s Corner Here
Video 4: Mike and Brenda pick up the interviews in Mike’s backyard. In it, Brenda discusses her Facebook Group for Disabled Dogs, and a feisty little Dachshund named “Beanut”. Beanut was many miles away and needed a foster home. The thing is, he was paralyzed and need someone who understood his needs. Enter Brenda Johnson…. Beanut now has a new home and a new lease on life! Read his story, and see the CTV news clips Here
Video 5: The conversation continues and turns to Pemphigus in dogs. Brenda discusses learning that her friend’s dog Harley had been diagnosed with Pemphigus, and was given no hope for survival. He had advanced beyond the time frame for traditional therapies to have any effect. With nothing to lose, Brenda used natural means, including the Nzymes, to bring Harley back to health. To read Harley’s full story including Video, Click Here
Video 6: Brenda shares some of her many experiences with People and Nzymes products. The recurring theme is the noticeable difference the “live food” nutrition in Nzymes can make in the lives of those who are struggling with their own health challenges.
Video 7: Last in this series. Mike wants to discuss Brenda’s new Blog site, brendascorner.nzymes.com. It is a new sub-domain of Nzymes.com where Brenda is free to discuss the cases she has worked with or is working with. We hope it will offer people a place to go to learn and to be inspired.
Video 8: On a new visit to Mike’s backyard, Brenda, and her husband Darryl discuss Gunther, a Shepherd mix plagued by a systemic yeast infection. Gunther had terrible skin, recurring ear infections, a horrendous odor, and even symptoms of an auto-immune disorder. Brenda was determined to return Gunther to health and brought him home to accomplish the task. The discussion retells his journey. Read Gunther’s Story HERE
Video 9: Continuing our conversation around the fire, we began to discuss Shelby. In addition to battling a severe yeast problem, Shelby was plagued with emotional baggage after suffering years of neglect and abuse. Though she would have periods of great improvements, she would also regress. Brenda was determined to get to the bottom of Shelby’s problems, and discovered many factors that were playing a role. Listen as she recounts her very emotional journey into Shelby’s ‘soul’. >>Full Story
Video 10: In an impromptu visit, Brenda and Animal Communicator Morgan Saifer, paid a call to Mike’s Backyard to continue the discussion of Shelby. After having a wonderful breakthrough in October, by December, it was discovered that Shelby had developed Lymphoma. She had reached the end. The news was devastating to Brenda. After so much so much effort, love and attention, she was overwhelmed by a sense of failure. What she failed to see was how many lives had been touched by her story, and how many more were saved by her passing.