Dr. Jelinek's program is available, online. Yes, you can spend money to go to his lectures, or buy his books----but it's really excellent advice, and it's not necessary to spend $ to follow it. http://www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis.org
- Follow a diet that is meat/poultry and dairy-free. Eat only wholefoods (no processed/ready-made foods) so your diet is low in saturated fat and rich in seafood, vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes, seeds, pulses and grains.
- Take omega-3 fatty acid supplements. Start the diet by taking 20ml a day of standard-strength fish oil and some flaxseed oil on your food.
- Gradually replace the fish oil with flaxseed oil over nine months. On days when oily fish is eaten, omit fish oil supplement.
- After nine months you should be taking 20 to 40ml of flaxseed oil every day.
- Optional. Take B group vitamins or B12 supplement if needed.
- Expose as much of your body as possible to sunlight for 15 minutes daily, three to five times a week to gain Vitamin D, deficiency of which is linked to development of MS.
- Take Vitamin D3 supplement of at least 5,000IU daily.
- Meditate for 30 minutes every day.
- Do 20 to 30 minutes of exercise that elevates the heart rate, about five times a week, preferably outdoors.
- Walking, running and swimming are good examples of this type of exercise.
All of these measures affect the endothelium---our largest secreting organ. I didn't know of Dr. Jelinek's work when I put together the endothelial health program, but our programs are actually very similar. (I'm not as specific on no meat or omega 3/flaxseed oil, and I recommend working with your GP to get vitamin D levels and B12 levels optimum.) These lifestyle/nutritional changes promote vasodilation, reduce hypercoagulation and inflammation, and increase cerebral bloodflow and perfusion via NO.
here's mine for free:http://www.ccsvi.org/index.php/helping- ... ial-health