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Postby bromley » Wed Aug 23, 2006 6:00 am

The Boston Cure Project has published its findings in relation to nutrition. ... agents.pdf

Given that I always ate my greens and still got MS, I'm quite happy with my current diet of chocolate and diet coke.

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Postby Ronnie » Wed Aug 23, 2006 11:08 am

Ok, I kinda scrolled through it for a while.

I must tell you, my dad was kinda nutty when I was a kid and made us take a slew of vitamins and weird healthfood stuff at breakfast, and I also still got MS. So there ya go. He made us sprinkle lecithin powder on our cereal, and when we had a cold, we had to breath the vapors of gingko leaves in boiling water... He was a big fan of Edgar Cayce, "The Sleeping Prophet". Of course, I had a junk drawer that rattled from all of the loose pills in the back--Theragram-M, B complex, Vitamin C chewables, etc.

The one thing I learned from all of that was, you can't live forever, but you can't stop some people from trying.
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