Multiple Sclerosis fought with Diet


I have a friend that reversed his MS by following a Ketogenic diet and taking LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) for a year. The fact that our bodies do not get what it needs to protect itself takes it toll over decades and that is why so many strange diseases are increasingly being seen at a rate of 600% or more than 50 years ago.
 
Dr Terry Wahl’s was a doctor that came down with Multiple Sclerosis. After being wheelchair bound she decided to fight back with more than medication.
 
Watch her informational and inspirational TED Talk.

3 thoughts on “Multiple Sclerosis fought with Diet

  1. This is propaganda bullshit. LDN is off-label marteked, and should be illegal. Doctors “claim” it helps neurons fire, but it is a LIE. Take this medicine, and your body will shut down. It happened to me. DO NOT LISTEN TO LIARS. The diet is what changed things, NOT A BULLSHIT MEDICATION.

  2. I started LDN over a year ago and it helped a lot, made my chronic fatigue scale back enough that I could even leave the house, the fibro flares were fewer and less severe. I have probable MS (a series of brain lesions) as well, no DX yet.

    I stumbled on to some info about a LCHF diet helping fibro pain and thought I would try it. I started January 2014. After two weeks the burning in my legs stopped, after a month the screaming pain in my hips stopped. I have also lost weight (I was resigned to my previous weight). When I get sick or if I eat too many carbs the pain comes back.

    This worked for me, it was not easy changing everything but at least I am closer to normal.

  3. Thank you for every other great article. The place else may anybody get that type of information in such a perfect manner of writing?
    I’ve a presentation next week, and I am on the search for such information.

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