I agree with there being a lot of "magic cures" out there with regards to PE, and for me, anyone or anything that claims to cure ALL cases of PE sends my "quack alarm" ringing.
I developed pre-eclampsia with baby #1 and delivered vaginally at 33 wks. I had severe PE with baby #2 which ended in eclamptic seizures, was induced and delivered vaginally at 31 wks -- per my mw's advice, I followed the Brewer Diet with that pg, obviously without success.
Baby #3, I started taking baby aspirin pre-conception and stayed on it my entire pg. No other special considerations, diets, etc. No PE, just a touch of PIH without other symptoms -- I delivered a FT, happy and healthy baby at 37 wks. Ditto w/baby #4. Baby #5 was an emergency c/s at 35 wks., but not b/c of PE -- no trace of that, yet again. Turns out Sophie was in severe distress due to complications of having Down Syndrome.
So needless to say, I've become a big believer in baby aspirin for PE prevention, as my outcomes with and without were dramatically different. Oh, and taking calcium for PE prevention has been debunked by a huge study done a few years back. I'm wishing you a happy, healthy, PE-free VBAC this time!
Someone else asked if anyone was planning a HBAC? I am!
Sophie was a planned homebirth gone astray, and I'm not ready to give up on my HB dream just yet