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The Wahls Protocol

Has anyone here tried the Wahls Protocol and found it helpful?

Dr. Terry Wahls is an MD in the USA with secondary progressive MS whose disease had progressed to the point where she was using a tilt recline wheelchair. She did a lot of reading up on MS and came up with a protocol that has resulted in her no longer using a wheelchair and being able to walk without assistance. She is doing clinical ...
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how to rise blood pressure

hello.

I have ms symptoms but I'm not diagnosed.

After starting healthy diet (low sat fat, low suggar) my normal blood pressure went from 120/80 to about 105-110/70.
I think that this makes me some trouble. I also add some supplements from time to time, vit D, Mg, Q10, curcumin. I've read that most of the supplements reduce blood pressure. As a result I have some big deficit of energy an noon, it's becoming more ...
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RE MS PATINTS SEE BENEFITS FROM VITAMIN A

HI Friends new research indicate that regular consumption of vitamin A may provide
health benefits to ms patients .please read more from
http://guardianlv.com/2014/02/ms-patien ... vitamin-a/
regards
seeva
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Is the paradigm about to change?

Neurologists around the world waking up!
A central role for mitochondrial health.

http://www.msif.org/includes/documents/ ... al.pdf?f=1
http://www.msif.org/global-ms-research/ ... ve-ms.aspx

quote: 2. Development of new and existing pre-clinical models for progressive disease based on
community consensus building
a. Identify experimental models of progressive disease targeting putative and novel pathogenic
mechanisms occurring in progressive forms of MS (e.g. mitochondrial dysfunction,...
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RE QUEENSLAND RESEARCHERS MAKE MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH IN TREATIN

HI FRIENDS The queensland research suggest that infection with EBV- virus- the most common cause of glandular fever- may be beneficial in treating progressive M.S
Read morehttp://www.msra.org.au/QLD-breakthr ... ressive-ms I contact prfessor R. Khanna of the QIMR he reply that within a few months the trail will take place
regards
seeva
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Starting Rebif..and an anti-depressant?

Dear All: I was just diagnosed and my neurologist is starting me on Rebif. I am worried about the side effects, mainly the depression/anxiety. A girl I work with has MS and she is on Gilenya and she said her neuro started her on an anti-depressant (Celexa) right away. Is this common??

I get the 'blues' every once in awhile, but I don't think I'm depressed. My thinking is, should I start so that the ...
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Need supplement help/ suggestions !

Hello from Norway!

Im newly diagnosed ( 1 year) and Im trying to recover from my attack last year.
Iv been reading a lot on this forum and I understand that supplements are essential- so I need some advice on what to take , how much and where I can order it online. I take 5000 vuitamin D daily and I dont take any MS meds.
I had some bloodwork done:

Ferritin 17
B 12 ...
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Bloodwork - Zinc & Magnesium

Just got some blood work done to check my hormone levels and I asked to also include Zinc and Magnesium (based on many posts here). Here are the results; I would love to hear any feedback (I'm looking at you Jimmylegs :-D). BTW, I am a 40 year old male.

Magnesium - 2.0 MG/DL
Zinc - 76 MCG/DL
Hormonal Profile
Testosterone, Bioavailable - 36.62 NG/DL (5.41%) ...
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A GREAT study to look up, really worth it

I've had this study around for a while, then finally picked it up and REALLY read it.

I have a TENS unit, I got it in order to cut down on pain meds and stiffness, spasticity. It's and electrical stimulation unit that was developed years ago to help heal bad bone breaks. Then I started to work, just part time, but when I wasn't working I had to sleep, it was bad, I relapsed and ...
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Beyond Avonex and Valtrex

It’s a long time since I made a contribution to the Regimens post as I believe the only objective way to assess a protocol is to give it time and resist the urge to keep adding modifications to the basic idea. That is what I have been trying to do.
I also believe that it took us a long time to get sick and it does take a long time to get well.
After years ...
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