PS19 wrote: I KNOW 100,000% that we can all benefit from good eating habits ms or not. There's a healer in all of us, my body is my friend, i'd like to calm and nourish my friend then bomb it with interferons!
can't find any clinical trials that show that diet has any affect [sic] on MS symptoms
PS19 wrote:Hi Paul, and welcome!
HelloI believe I'm in the minority, but I was pretty shocked when I found after dx that the generally accepted idea in the MS world was that our bodies were being attacked by an evil entity and the only recourse was to attack our bodies (or "bomb" them) with powerful meds in response. Considering my own personal experience, that just didn't sit well with me. I've always been less concerned with whether one of the MS CRAB meds had a chance to "help" me in some way, than with the possibility that the drugs could just as easily "harm" me instead - especially with my nasty reactions to meds in general. And that's always a possibility.
Could not agree with you more. It's a bit more sunny and warm on our side isn't it?
You linked to one of your posts with your MRI's and stuff,Each of us is unique in our MS, and I still think that we're unique partly due to our own personal combinations of medical conditions. That's why we don't react the same way to drug treatment, CCSVI treatment, or anything else. IMO, MS can't possibly be a single disease that's shared by all of us. When it comes to symptoms, it's not always MS anyway.
Before i discovered this forum, i visited another site. Posted, I got into it with a lady from germany haha. It's similar to what you talk about, she just didn't agree.
http://www.ms-gateway.com/forum/topic/m ... -67457.htm
Thank you for your kind words and warm welcome. Love is my religion, laughter is my medicine!
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