Selmahope wrote:I am a member of Dr. Wahls facebook page--I've been following both her story of recovery dietary information and her son's recent speech that put him and their family in the national spotlight.
An amazing family:
maynaka wrote:I just got through watching it. Very informative.
I just started her program a few weeks ago, but am not as compliant with the diet as I should be. After hearing the improvements can come this quickly I have recommitted!
Last night I was totally bad. I went off the diet and had a beef sandwich with fries (totally bad). And this morning I feel like crap.
Kale salad for lunch!
Thanks so much for the post.
She is prettty open on her facebook on what she eats and her regiment-she recommends 9 cups fruits vegtables /day- 3 cruciferous, 3 sulfur rich, 3 brightly colored (red, orange blue)not including starchy vegtables. No gluten, no dairy-she eats a modified paleo diet. Lots and lots of greens , kale, etc. some organ meat, 2-4 oz meat/day (organic. lean, grass fed , wild), I bought the book- it is good inspiration and gives more insight and more detail-but you wouldn't need it to get started. ...she recommends working with a physical therapist . She is also doing a clinical trial funded by the MS direct org right now.
Like everyone she has a family to support and I can understand her wanting to provide for her family and future especially with MS.
ee also is big into detox-sauna, clay to pull out toxins, meditation, exercise, exercising the brain - the whole enchilada to get well and reverse serious illness.
You don't really need the book to get started/implemented -but it is helpful a reference. Join her facebook and read through alot of the posts to get more detail. She is currently on a no grain diet, no diary, no eggs, no sugar etc- but she recommends no gluten, no diary to get started and food sensitivity testing similar to the MS recovery diet. In the end each individual has to fine tune the diet to your particular makeup. it is very similar to the BBD a starting point with an emphasis on lots and lots of vegtables-preferrably raw.
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