MSBOB wrote:This is my attack plan:
Rebif - hope to stimulate remyelination, detour Tcell response and migration to CNS
Vit B Complex - nerve health and energy
Vit D - Immune regulation
MultiVitamin + Mineral - general stock of micronutrition
Lipoic Acid - antioxidant, depress MMP, interfere with Tcell migration to CNS, passes through Blood Brain Barrier
NAC - same hopes as Lipoic acid, but accumulates in the brain, precurser of glutathione (just started)
Fish Oil - omega 3's, improve integrity of Blood Brain Barrier, promote good prostaglandins, building blocks of good brain fat and good hormones
Green Tea Supplement - diversify my antioxidants, support brain health
Vit E - protect fats from lipoperoxidation
Nuvigil - I love it helps clear the head fog and fatigue
Low saturated fat diet - Sold on Swank, good enough evidence for me, makes logical sense from a endothelial cell building strategy and reduction of precursors of bad prostaglandins responsible for inflammation. Improve integrity of Blood Brain Barrier. Takes a long long time to get results to rebuild cells with right ingredients, probably 2 years is a decent benchmark to use before dismissing the diet; Same reason why clinical trials have been neutral, because they don't do longitudinal studies very efficiently and no way to really blind.
Lots of fruit and veggies and lean high quality protein - Not going vegan or vegetarian. Lipoproteins need protein, muscles need it, and it is too difficult to try to guess if I am getting a proper balance of amino acids to be healthy, when a chicken breast is cheap, lean, and complete.
That's about it for me. Hookworms! That is interesting. I get the logic. I think I probably get a good supply from going out to eat and walking barefoot in the backyard in the summer. I am interested in the results. Thanks for posting.
Lyon wrote:First...awesome to hear and thanks for sharing.
Second...I don't think I have to but will mention that what you've mentioned isn't out of the ordinary at all and is to be expected although it is interesting and helpful no matter how many times it's uttered.
Thanks for sharing and please keep it up.
mrbarlow wrote:If I am successful then whether it was the worms, the supplements or copious quantities of cabbage and fish I eat is open to an academic debate. It is immaterial to me.
Apuman wrote:mrbarlow wrote:If I am successful then whether it was the worms, the supplements or copious quantities of cabbage and fish I eat is open to an academic debate. It is immaterial to me.
Which is EXACTLY how I feel! As long as I'm still able to keep living my life, I'm not going to stress too much over 'why'
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