Thanks for your replies.
The first question I have is how are you doing now compared to when you started the Ty?
Harry I think I am a bit less mobile than I was then but nothing too dramatic. I am also taking Fampyra at the moment and after seeing great initial improvement in a short space of time there appears to be no further improvement since. My 3 month prescription runs out next week and I will closely monitor any deterioration (if any).
As Cheers said, Dr. Terry Wahls was not doing too well and she turned her life around. But that takes a lot of will power and dedication and you have to ask yourself if you are willing to do that to try and prevent the MS from getting worse.
I think my main problem is lack of willpower. I rarely eat junk food but I like my meat. Dairy product are at a minimum. I exercise at a local gym 3 times a week for about 30-45 minutes.
Anyway thank you all for your replies. I was probably feeling a bit down after reading George Jelinek's book and the strictness of the diet and the exercise regime he advocated. I am really not too unhappy with my present status. After all if I had been diagnosed with cancer 24 years ago I would almost certainly be dead by now.