jerrygallow wrote:I wonder if there aren't two different things happening and both get called MS.
want2bike wrote:Mr. Kronk's information comes from official government sites. The government (FDA) does not want to make you healthy. Just like the studies done by the drug companies. They use stupid science. If you believe government science you will never get well. Their job is not to make you well but to make money. If a doctor comes along who wants to make you well they throw him in jail. Following our government's advise will keep you sick.
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want2bike wrote:Each of us must figure out the appropriate diet. When God placed Adam and Eve in the garden he told them to eat the fruits and vegetables bearing seeds. That was his instructions to us for good health.
Kronk wrote:There are very few constants across everyone with MS. But here are a few…
pwMS have too much histamine in the central spinal fluid.
HarryZ wrote:There is misunderstanding out there when it comes to histamine and MS.
Histamine H3 receptors are best known as presynaptic receptors inhibiting the release of histamine and many neurotransmitters, including acetylcholine and dopamine.
It is unfortunate how Elaine Delack and her treatment Prokarin was received. If they researched her work more at the time they likely would have found out about the H3 receptor much earlier.
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