Dr. Wahls was secondary progressive, it wasn't remission. Thanks to Dr. Embry, she is looking at diet as related to the endothelium, hypercoagulation, and blood vessel health--that was the "sticky blood" comment you noted, David. Hypercoagulation is a biproduct of endothelial dysfunction.
This is program I put together for Jeff. He was on it for a couple years before I shared it on TIMS and then thru CCSVI Alliance, where Dr. Embry learned about it. Hope it can help others. We're basically all saying the same thing (Embry, Swank, Wahls, Jelinek) with a few minor variations---forks over knives, plants over animal products, more leafy greens, fruits, vitamin D, B12, essential minerals, reduce stress and keep moving. Lack of movement decreases blood volume. The vessels need shear stress to function. The endothelium needs antioxidants, nitric oxide. Jeff's inflammation numbers (SED rate, C-reactive protein) went way down after starting this program.http://ccsvi.org/index.php/helping-myse ... ial-health
Dr. John Cooke (author of The Cardiovascular Cure) and Dr. Terry Wahls will both be speaking on this topic in San Diego at the Hubbard Conference on venous health--hope to see some TIMS people there!