diet, vitamins, suplements, and salads!!!!!

A board to discuss various diet-centered approaches to treating or controlling Multiple Sclerosis, e.g., the Swank Diet

diet, vitamins, suplements, and salads!!!!!

Postby heyray » Tue Dec 27, 2011 8:14 am

Hey guys, I was diagnosed with ms a couple of months ago due to symptoms that started two years ago. First with numbness on my hands, headaches, later with weakness on my legs, then with numbness on my feet. I finally decided to go through the whole diagnostic process. The Dr. told me to choose a medication and research the topic of ms so I can understand what it was. I chose copaxone not knowing how much these medications were going to cost. They're pretty expensive!!! Anyways, now for the great part. I kept on reading on how diet is directly related to the illness of ms so I decided to stop eating grains, dairy, and started drinking water only. I feel a huge difference on my symptoms. So far they all went away. For the last few days I have woken up with a clear head, with enough energy to run a marathon. I don't know exactly what happened in the chemical processes of my brain, but I tell you what, If this is the way I'm going to feel for the rest of my life I will continue with this diet, vitamins, supplements, and salads. I wake up exercising and work all day so I needed this to happen. By the way, I have two jobs so this has been a blessing. I don't think I'm going to get the medication after all due to my turn around. Not only that but I feel that these kind of companies are the reason why our medical insurance are so high and why there are so many disabled folks that go bankrupt after retirement. Ladies and gentleman, what do ya think about not taking medications after this turnaround? I have a doc. appointment next week so I have to tell my doc. that I'm not going to take medication. :wink:
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