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 Multiple Sclerosis Related Questions:

 What type of Dietary Changes do you recommend for MS?

  • There are several different types of diets that are recommended for Multiple Sclerosis.  The 2 diets that we   have found that appear to help the most are the MS Recovery Diet and The Best Bet Diet, although there is some controversy, depending on who you talk to as far as which  diet helps the most.
  • Dietary changes do make a difference with Multiple Sclerosis, but it doesn't appear that one particular diet helps everyone who has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. It appears that the MS diet changes that do help can depend on what other problems you are experiencing with you particular case  of Multiple Sclerosis (as in it depends if you have problems detoxifying where the liver or kidneys are not working as well, or if you have problems with your thyroid or adrenal glands being under active, as examples).

Beneficial Dietary Changes for Multiple Sclerosis can include:

  • Cutting out saturated or trans fats (often called hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fats, that are in many processed foods). This does helps to take the stress off of the digestive system and help the body to start to recover from the effects of Multiple Sclerosis.
  •  Add in the healthier fats to your diet (or unsaturated fats, which are liquid at room temperature), including extra virgin olive oil, safflower oil, nut and seed oils (like almond, walnut, sesame seed oils).
  • In addition, we have found that adding extra virgin unprocessed coconut oil to hot food or using this oil to cook with, helps to aid the body in digesting the other fats that are eaten and ease the burden on the digestive tract.
  • We also recommend that initially that you cut out butter, cheese and other dairy products, during the initial healing phase, to ease the burden and the stress on the digestive track and to free up more of your body's energies to speed up the healing process.  If your symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis are severe enough, we would suggest to continue following this recommendation for at least the first 2 to 3 years of initiating the dietary changes for Multiple Sclerosis.
  • Cutting out red meat helps to take the stress off of the body, when it comes to digesting the foods that are eaten and helps to reduce saturated fats even further, since animal fats are higher in saturated fats.
  • Also adding taking the supplements of Evening Oil Primrose and vitamin E does show benefits in the long run for those with Multiple Sclerosis.
  • We hope that this helps you with getting started on your quest to recovering from the often devastating effects that Multiple Sclerosis can cause.

   Click on the link to find out more about Multiple Sclerosis diet.

 How can Physical Therapy and Exercise Help those that have  been given the diagnosis of MS function again?

  • Nerves can be stimulated to redevelop neural pathways by stimulating the muscles that are connected to the nerves that are being targeted for restoring function to specific parts of the body. 
  • Intense Physical therapy helps to redevelop neural pathways throughout the body. It depends how the exercises are done and which type of exercises are chosen and how they are administered for being able to target the desired part of the body.
  • Exercise alone will NOT repair the problems that the body faces, when it comes to the damage that often results from the effects of Multiple Sclerosis, but changing the diet, exercising, increasing how well the body detoxifies and identifying allergies and eliminating the source of the allergens, can go a long way in helping the body to recover from the effects of MS.
  • Reducing the effects of stress and other things that overstimulate the MS nervous system can also help with reducing the stress and the effects on the body from Multiple Sclerosis.

 To learn more about Physical therapy or other therapies that are  beneficial for those of us with Multiple Sclerosis -- Click on the link  to find out more MS Physical therapy.

 What other types of exercise can be done, to gain the benefits  of exercising, if physical therapy is not a possible option for
 you?

  • Other Exercises can be done at home, if physical therapy is  not available to you or if it is too expensive for you to afford.  As long as you start somewhere with doing whatever exercises you can do and do them consistently, you will gain the benefits of exercising.
  • Gradually adding more types of exercises, as your body starts to function better, can help to improve more and more of the parts of the body that haven't been able to function very well because of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis on your body.
  • Other exercises can include Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Yoga and others, in addition stretching, strengthening, increasing balance, increasing stamina can be done using things such as a balance ball, a rebounder, stretch bands, small hand and/or ankle weights, an exercise bike, step exercises (practice stepping up and down a step, pushing, pulling or picking up smaller objects like cans of fruit or cans of vegetables, pushing a box with a few cans in it across a table or going up and down a small hill (it may be possible for you to do this a little, even if you are in a wheelchair, if you build up to it).

 Click on the link to learn more about exercises we can do at home  to help us  how exercises can help reduce the effects of Multiple  Sclerosis --  Multiple Sclerosis exercise.

 How can Stress cause Multiple Sclerosis symptoms to become 
 worse?

  • Stress can aggravate MS attacks causing more relapses, exacerbations and attacks.  Stress can cause more frequent and severe attacks to occur.
  • Several ways are very helpful in reducing internal stress levels including:
    • breath therapy (or yoga breathing) -- helps calm down the nervous system to some degree unless extreme stress is being experienced, then more drastic measures are needed to be effective.
    • traditional meditation -- this requires spend large amounts of time (possibly even years) to learn the techniques for this method to be effective.
      • tone therapy/meditation -- this requires much less time  to learn or to do; this is the method that I personally use that has helped reduce my stress levels greatly. If you  are interested in learning more, click on the link:  ms stress reduction through meditation **

 How Important is Detoxifying the body from Toxins?

  • Detoxifying the body is very important for those of us diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
  •  Toxins can include anything the body can't tolerate  (including: food additives, food colors, allergens of all kinds  pollen, dust, food allergies and others).
  • Chemical toxins can include metals and other chemicals  (added to foods, antiperspirants, shampoos, hair care products, toothpaste, after-shaves, perfumes, beauty products, cleaners, cosmetics (makeups), carpet and other building materials, printer ink, etc.) and others.
  • Chemicals given off by newer building materials (carpeting, dry-wall, curtains, upholstery, fabrics on furniture, glues, dyes, paints, shackling, etc.)
  • Environmental toxins in general are also a problem (these include: off gases and other chemicals from manufacturing plants, computers, printers, copiers, from chemical industries such as: paper production, production of cleaners, etc.)
  • Mercury contamination -- mercury is known to attack and damage nerves when the levels that accumulate in our bodies becomes too high when we are not eliminating toxins well from our bodies by natural body functions working as they should (possible mercury sources include:
    •  dietary sources (shellfish, tuna fish, majority of fish that eat the bottom feeders, bottom feeders like shrimp, flounder, shark, tile fish, cat fish, etc.)
    • coal burning power plants
    • products using mercury to manufacture them (some "energy efficient" light bulbs, some electronic parts made in China, dental amalgams (silver colored fillings in teeth), certain types of switches, etc.

Note:

  As long as the natural detoxifying methods of  the body
  are working correctly, very little of the toxins, your body can
  eliminate much of the effects of toxins, from them accumulating
  in the body, but in the majority of the cases of Multiple Sclerosis, 
  there is a problem with the body not detoxifying as it should 
  normally.

  The problem exists when the natural detoxifying mechanisms of
  our bodies are not working as they should be, then the body 
  accumulates toxins until it gets to the point where the body can 
  no longer tolerate much of any toxins, since our bodies look at
  toxins as a combined overall load on the body.

  Once our bodies reach their thresh hold of what they can 
  tolerate then we generate symptoms just from the fact that our
  bodies can't tolerate the toxins.

  This can just compound the problem with doctors helping us to 
  find ways to reduce our overall symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.

  Returning the health of our body's natural detoxifying mechanisms
  will help to reduce our toxic over loads and help to speed healing 
  to our bodies.

  In the majority of the cases of Multiple Sclerosis, that are
  diagnosed in many countries around the world each year, there is 
  often a big problem with the body not detoxifying as it should be 
  doing normally.

This contributes much to getting in the way of the body healing
  from the effects of Multiple Sclerosis, since reducing the toxic 
  overload definitely can eliminate or at least reduce many of the 
  symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis by removing any nerve toxins that 
  may be aggravating the MS attacks on the body.

 Can doing Yoga Help those that of us with the MS diagnosis to  improve?

  • Yoga can help those of us with Multiple Sclerosis to reduce spasticity, reduce tightness of muscles, including other benefits.
  • Yoga can help to exercise the muscles to prevent atrophy, along with increasing MS fatigue, like some other forms of exercise can do.
  • Yoga helps to increase stamina, balance and flexibility, along with reducing stress through yoga breathing and meditation.

  Click on the link link to find out more about Yoga for MS.

  Please check this page periodically, since we update this page as
  we receive more questions from you.

  If you have any questions, comments or concerns, you can contact   us by sending us an e-mail to eurekagoforit2@yahoo.com


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Depending on which browser you are using, the instructions for downloading the
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Choose your operating system (Windows XP, Vista, 7 or MAC), as well as what language you want to download the Adobe Reader to be in, then choose save and hit enter.

To read the free report from the file downloaded to your computer, click on the Adobe Reader icon to open If you changed the name of the file, when downloading the file, choose the name of the file that you saved the file as to open the file for you to read the report.

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purchase are below.

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files to your computer will be slightly different.

Click here To Download the Ebook -->  Taming MS Ebook

Click here to Download Bonus 1 --> Bonus 1

Click here to Download Bonus 2 --> Bonus 2

Click here to Download Bonus 3 --> Bonus 3

For Google Chrome: Click on the link to go to the download page. Click on the picture of the wrench at the right top of the screen and choose "Save Target As".

Choose where you want to save the file on your computer from the drop down menu. Click on "Save" and hit enter.

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Click on "File" at the top left of the screen.

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You will need Adobe Reader to open and read the download files, after downloading them.

After downloading Adobe Reader, there will be a quick launch shortcut placed on your desktop.  Click on the shortcut to open Adobe Reader. click on File open and then choose which file you want to open and read.

To Download Adobe Reader

Click on the link to download Adobe Reader --> Adobe Reader

Choose your operating system (Windows XP, Vista, 7 or MAC), as well as what language you want to download the Adobe Reader to be in, then choose save and hit enter.

To read the free report from the file downloaded to your computer, click on the Adobe Reader icon to open If you changed the name of the file, when downloading the file, choose the name of the file that you saved the file as to open the file for you to read the report.

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