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Food Sensitivity

Postby chrishasms » Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:13 pm

Gotta love my wife for finding this one...

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Postby she-aardvark » Mon Feb 02, 2009 8:20 am

Ashton F. Embry is amazing. he trained himself up to doctorate level when his son was dx with MS and he has developed what is know as th Best Bet Diet which he recommnends along aith various supplements for MS. I regularly read his articles and he defines MS as a disease of severe vitamin D deficiency. His son is now living a full life with minimal symptoms . I recommend his work wholeheartedly
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Postby DIM » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:00 pm

Roger MacDougall, Ashton Embry and Bob Lawrence were the first that inspired me in this path of diet, exercise and supplementation when my wife diagnosed with MS before 1.5 year!
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Postby Lars » Mon Feb 02, 2009 2:45 pm

I would strongly urge everyone to get a food allergy panel. I had a very high allergic level to eggs. I ate a ton, I stopped, my issues have stabilized. The end.
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"Abundant anecdotal data indicate that many people have achieved either a permanent remission or a significant slowdown in disease progress through diet revision involving the elimination of hypersensitive food.

The most common foods which result in immune reactions and eventual MS are dairy, cereal grains, eggs, yeast and legumes. These are all foods which have been introduced into the human diet relatively recently and are genetically difficult to tolerate for some individuals. "
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