View Full Version : Raw diet and multiple sclerosis
01-14-2010, 06:31 PM
Has anyone ever heard of MS being reversed by a raw food diet?
01-14-2010, 06:37 PM
I met a woman years ago that said she used a whole food diet to "control" the symptoms.
01-14-2010, 09:28 PM
Montel Williams for one, apparently.
Google different Yahoo groups; there's one for raw vegans, and the woman who started it has medically-documented proof that she reversed her M.S.
And there's some famous raw guy who is doing totally fine after having severe M.S. Can't remember his name. I read about him over at giveittomeraw.com He's well known.
So, keep researching. There's lots of support out here in the raw community for that.
Love, Stina and Welcome to the beautiful raw food world
01-14-2010, 09:38 PM
Check out four day rotational or rotary diet. The benifits of raw nutritional foods should help greatly. Not having the same food item more than once in a four day period is known to put MS in remission. This diet is also used to help heal digestive disorders such as leaky gut and and to help overcome food sensitivities. There are doctors who see a connection between distress to the digestive system, food sensitivities and the worsening of MS and other related diseases, and thus treat with the rotary diet. Immuno Labs uses this diet in their workbook that goes with their Elisa testing (enzymatic linked immuno sorbant assay) to detect food sensitivities.
01-15-2010, 03:10 AM
Streetsurfer --Cool....thanks for sharing
01-16-2010, 12:29 PM
A specific Dr in Italy(dr.zamboni-or something close) figures that ms is caused by a narrowing of the veins from the neck that feed the brain leading up to a buildup of iron in the brain. He is currently performing operations that remove part of the damaged veins or putting in stents. Many patients are finding an immediate reversal of symptoms or at least a decrease. I would assume with a plant based diet you could possibly reverse some of the clogging and narrowing and decrease the intake of iron, but it does not hurt to check out that research as well. there is also a Dr in poland that has worked with this Dr in Italy that is also performing the ultrasound and Ct scans that are needed to see if the arteries need to be operated on...he then can perform the procedure. I think this is a profound step in possibly treating this disease. However Canada and the US are not as advanced in the studies of this procedure but I believe some clinical trials are starting throughout these countries.
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