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Dr. Wahls altered her diet to reflect the Paleo-style diet of the hunter-gatherers of old as follows:
3 cups daily (equal to one dinner plate, piled high) of green leaves, such as kale, which are high in vitamins B, A, C, K, and minerals
3 cups daily of sulfur-rich vegetables from the cabbage- and onion- families, mushrooms and asparagus
3 cups daily of brightly colored vegetables, fruits and/or berries, which are a good source of antioxidants
Wild fish for animal-based omega-3's
Organ meats for vitamins, minerals and CoQ10
Seaweed for iodine and selenium
Originally posted by NowanKenubi
I just remembered my brother tried bees' stings as he had heard about its positive effects on those suffering from MS.
He tried for a time, and we could see improvements. He was receiving 2 to 3 bee stings every time he went for treatment. In a few weeks, he could walk without a cane, and walk upstairs with some ease. Then he thought of accelerating it all and gave himself a good 20 stings.
He was paralyzed for the next 24 hours and he stopped right away, afraid he would die if he received another sting. We never saw any improvements after that...
Originally posted by daveyboy1991
My dad has MS, going to give this a try as he also has secondary progressive.
Very true about eating the food instead of taking capsules for the vitamins, as they are sure to contain more benefits.
Hope this shows at least has some improvement on people's lives.