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Paleo-diet and MS

Commented on June 25, 2014
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This morning on GMA, a young man with MS said that the paleo-diet helped his MS symptoms. I am thinking about trying the paleo-diet. I would love to hear other experiences. Thanks

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on June 25, 2014
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I have no personal experience related to it but there are lot many evidences that shows that Paleo diet really helps in MS. One of the personal experiences has being shared in Robb Wolf 's blog.

Shared the personal experience how paleo helped her slowly improve from MS. You can search them and find many of such experiences. Yes Paleo diet really helps in MS

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No personal experience, but watch this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc Dr. Terry Wahls' Tedx talk

and her new book is called The Wahls Protocol.

Her premise--Paleo helped slow the progression of MS but did not reverse the symptoms. She needed to add more micronutrients to see changes. So her diets are Paleo PLUS--6 to 9 servings of particular vegetables and fruit every day. Worth a look and a try.

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There's a lot of info out there on it. You can google Direct MS as well as Roger MacDougall (spelling?) and find a load of reading for it. Though some will differ as far as how strict peleo they go, most are fundamentally the same. But some will say they do allow gluten free grains, etc. The core of it though, is eating non-inflammatory foods, healing the gut if that's an issue and avoiding foods that mimic the human body, i.e. dairy gluten... at least as far as Direct MS and such get into.

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