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Multiple Sclerosis Completely Reversed With Nutrition

Dr. Terry Wahls was stricken with the autoimmune disease, Multiple Sclerosis.  She saw the best doctors that the Western world had to offer.  None of the conventional treatments could help her, so she turned to Functional Medicine and nutrition.  She changed her diet and changed her life…

Autoimmune Disease and Gluten

It is a very well established fact that gluten can induce autoimmune disease (AID).  Multiple sclerosis is one of many forms of autoimmunity effecting the U.S. today.  As a matter of fact, AID effects 23 million Americans.  This doctor turned to diet and non traditional treatment using vitamins , minerals, and other plant based nutrients after medicine failed.  She went from being crippled and dependent upon others to bike riding and enjoying life again.  Her message is a powerful testament to the importance of diet.

Going Gluten Free is Not Enough

Many of you have embarked upon a gluten free lifestyle to help heal.  You continue to eat processed sugar, processed dairy from sick cows, processed meat from the same sick cows, food marinated in chemicals and preservatives.  You do so because the package says gluten free (and that makes it OK regardless of how unhealthy it is).  You do so because eating right is hard.  You do so because you don’t want to feel like a social outcast.  You do so because it is socially acceptable to destroy ourselves with food.  You do so because the TV ads tell you it is OK. You do so because ____________ (fill in you own blank).

The damage of “doing so” can be seen all around us.  Diseases of bad nutritional choices and sedentary lifestyle are rampant. One million Americans die annually from heart disease.  In 1910, there was not enough heart disease in this country to support a cardiology practice.  More than a million Americans die annually from cancer.  The U.S. spends more money on healthcare than any other country in the world, yet we rank at the bottom of the list in health.

As Dr. Wahl states above, don’t be fooled into the false belief that the processed, packaged substitute foods can help you reach your health goals.   This artificial food is toxic and will only contribute toward your deteriorating health.  You have a choice!  Choose illness or choose health.

I am not trying to be harsh here, but reality and truth sometimes sting.  You can ignore them and pretend like you are nutritionally immune to the detriments of a bad diet, or you can take action.

I spend time researching and writing and sharing information with you because I care 🙂

Need a guide to get you on the right path?  >>>The Glutenology Health Matrix<<< can help you.

All the best,

Dr. O

 

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6 responses on “Eating Like a Caveman in a Modern World

  1. melissa says:

    I am 5 months pregnant and celiac, what test should I ask my ob/gyn to administer?

  2. Annette Baker says:

    Is it possible to test negative for an allergy to dairy, but still have symptoms when consuming it? I’m TOTALLY gluten-free in every area. I live in WI, America’s Dairyland and did try to go three wks w/o dairy, along with the gf diet (also cosmetics, meds, supplements, cleaning products). I thought I was going to lose my mind. I even began to get depressed and I’m NEVER depressed. My main source of dairy is cheese (casine probably the issue?) and 1/2 and 1/2 in very, very weak coffee. I sometimes have Greek yogurt with a little honey and fresh berries. SO, are my migraines continuing because of dairy, even if I tested negative to dairy????? Thanks! AB

    • Annette,
      The short answer is yes. Watch the interview with Dr. Rodney Ford and myself as we discuss dairy in great detail. Just search “devil in the milk” in the search box on this website to find it.
      All the best,
      Dr. O

  3. Jane says:

    My dog is IBD. Gluten intolerant. I had him scoped. Celiac! And he found us. I cook for him

  4. Linda Deems says:

    I’ve just started having reactions to food after my gall badder was removed. I have burning tingling feet. It took me a year to figure out it was food- fructose, processed food, and flour. And bad fat. Have any studies been done on the effects of gall bladder surgery? Maybe it helps reduce toxins somehow. Also, since gluten intolorence seems to be a new problem, I wonder if it is really the herbicides that are now used on wheat and soy beans that is causing the problems. The herbicides were just beginning to be used in the 1990’s and the use of them keeps increasing as the weeds become resistant to the herbicides. (Before herbicide, the farmers dialed the weeds and pulled weeds by hand). But definately eating better and exercising daily helps against these autoimmune diseases.

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