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sugar and increase in symptoms

I always keep reading that refined sugar is bad for MS patients but failed to understand why. Why only "refined" sugar. Recently I noticed that whenever I was taking refined sugar in my diet there was an increase in burning sensation in my legs. Again it was hard for me to believe that sugar could have such an effect. Thought it to be linked to diabetes, but blood tests were always normal. Can someone give ...
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Fish oil fights mental illness

Fish oil supplements 'beat psychotic mental illness'

Taking a daily fish oil capsule can stave off mental illness in those at highest risk, trial findings suggest.

A three-month course of the supplement appeared to be as effective as drugs, cutting the rate of psychotic illness like schizophrenia by a quarter.

The researchers believe it is the omega-3 in fish oil - already hailed for promoting healthy hearts - ...
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"Sugar – the Great 'Food' Deceiver" article

As most of us probably do, I have spent recent hours cruising the Internet. With my interest in insulin (specifically, the excess insulin resulting from insulin resistance), you will not be surprised that I found the following article, Sugar – the Great "Food" Deceiver, and think it has much information relative to MS: ... -deceiver/

Now, let’s talk about what happens with sugar or refined carbohydrates after they ...
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Is dairy really bad for you?

I work out and love dairy foods. I also have protein powders that contain dietary protein in it. Are these bad?

Also I take creatine which I hear is good for MS patients. Any info on that?
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probiotics affect the brain

Not directly an MS story, but it may help strengthen the argument for diet's affect on MS:
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Does a Gluten/Diary free diet cause worsening of mobility?

About 3 weeks ago i started a Gluten/Diar/Legumes/Red meat FREE diet,

as i read candida yeast overgrowth is not good for MS / CCSVI
and after a 'spit test' i clearly have candida

I also started taking a herbal anti-candida supplement called Candex around the same time. 2 days ago i stopped this but kmy legs are still weak/stiff so this must not have been causing the weakness.

i consume food which is free from ...
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Ann Boroch on Montel


Ann Boroch was in her twenties and disabled she was diagnosed with ms.

She has A book ok "healing Multiple Sclerosis" which she did through an anti Candida diet removing toxins from her body

Now replace the word "Multiple Sclerosis" from the book title the replace it with "Candida" and it all begins to make sense.

Take a look at u-tube clip and make up your own minds.

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FYI @ lyndacarol - insulin resistance & magnesium defici

Magnesium Deficiency Is Associated With Insulin Resistance in Obese Children

OBJECTIVE—Magnesium deficiency has been associated with insulin resistance (IR) and increased risk for type 2 diabetes in adults. This study was designed to determine whether obese children exhibit serum or dietary magnesium deficiency and its potential association with IR.

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS—We studied 24 obese nondiabetic children (BMI ≥85th percentile) and 24 sex- and puberty-matched lean ...
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Tumeric and inflammation

Hi I'm new here, so...hi all.

Dx'd in 2004, having my first major flare-up now, not sure how to handle it. I live in - and am from - a 3rd world country with very limited access to healthcare unless its private therefore its *really* expensive (especially in anything specialised like neurology).

I tend to do this thinking-out-aloud thing so pls forgive me if you dont like any of my posts.

Much has been speculated ...
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Low Carb?

I've been looking into what sort of diet changes I need to make, and am considering going low carb. I've done Atkins in the past and don't want to go as extreme as the induction phase of that. Something more along the lines of meat, some fats, lots of veggies on the low-mid-glycemic range some occasional fruit, and skip starches and sugars (including the artificial stuff) altogether. When I eat a normal diet, I am ...
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