yep some are definitely tired of trying 'out there' ideas.
at the end of the day i think the references in beat's "book" are fine even if his "cover" is a little different from others here.
beat thinks yeast infection was/is a major part of his problem. why not? i know it's a facet of mine - along with subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord (over a few years prior to attack), exposure to hepA virus (2 weeks before attack) and spinal trauma (one day before attack), various deficiencies, a wonky immune system... no worries though i am confident (so far) that i can turn all this around!
others think bacteria are the problem. for those that it helps, it probably is! don't think i'll go on the antibacterial protocol myself, since the drugs apparently increase candida colonization which is the exact opposite of what i need to happen. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=12962365&dopt=Abstract
once again, different strokes for different ms folks. lifeboats don't help fish, bla bla bla.