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‘I Have MS—and I Finished 50 Marathons Since My Diagnosis’

‘I Have MS—and I Finished 50 Marathons Since My Diagnosis’

“Running helped me accomplish what I’ve set out to do—rather than mourn the things I’ve lost, I treasure what I still can do.”

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Gut bacteria found to help protect brain and central nervous system from harmful viruses

Gut bacteria found to help protect brain and central nervous system from harmful viruses

A compelling new study has described a novel association between viral infections, neurodegenerative disease, the gut microbiome, and our immune system. The research suggests gut bacteria disruptions can allow harmful viruses to trigger neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

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Lion’s Mane Mushroom – Unparalleled Benefits for Your Brain and Nervous System

Lion’s Mane Mushroom – Unparalleled Benefits for Your Brain and Nervous System

Lion’s Mane is nature’s gift to your nervous system! It’s the only mushroom possessing not one but TWO potent nerve growth factors, showing potential benefits for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment, multiple sclerosis, leg cramps, anxiety and more.

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Omega-3 and vitamin D – a winning combination!

Omega-3 and vitamin D – a winning combination!

A new randomised control trial has been published evaluating the effects of the combination of omega-3 and vitamin D supplements on a number of outcomes in pwMS. Studies evaluating a combination of both interventions are scarce, and RCTs are even scarcer.

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Wahls Seminar Provides Different Perspectives on Managing MS: A Nutritionist’s View

Wahls Seminar Provides Different Perspectives on Managing MS: A Nutritionist’s View

Western medicine has long approached multiple sclerosis (MS) and autoimmune disorders through traditional methods. While there have been great strides in our understanding, the science has proven incomplete. There’s a growing number of experts who are looking at alternative modalities for answers and promise. One such professional is Terry Wahls, MD.

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Does sunlight change our gut microbiome?

Does sunlight change our gut microbiome?

Scientists show that ultraviolet (UV) light exposure leads to changes in the gut microbiome, but only in volunteers who were deficient in vitamin D

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microRNA Found in Gut Microbiome May Unlock Future Therapeutic Approach for MS

microRNA Found in Gut Microbiome May Unlock Future Therapeutic Approach for MS

A small RNA molecule found in high levels in the gut of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) could be used to develop a new therapy for MS in the future, an early research study reports.

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Scientist Loses 50lb And Controls Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms On Plant-Based Diet

Scientist Loses 50lb And Controls Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms On Plant-Based Diet

Rebecca Stonor transformed her physique and health on a low-fat, plant-based diet

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Blood-brain Barrier Disruption in Multiple Sclerosis

Blood-brain Barrier Disruption in Multiple Sclerosis

Abstract The blood-brain barrier (BBB) is a complex organization of cerebral endothelial cells (CEC), pericytes and their basal lamina, which are surrounded and supported by astrocytes and perivascular macrophages

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MS Patients Increasingly Turning to Alternative Medicine

MS Patients Increasingly Turning to Alternative Medicine

A new survey of more than 1,000 people with multiple sclerosis finds that an overwhelming majority use complementary and alternative medicine, with many using cannabis.

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MS and Grounding.

MS and Grounding.

At age 24, Melanie Monteith was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. She had on-and-off bouts of fatigue, numbness and tingling, shock-like waves in her spine, diminished feeling in both arms, and issues with balance.

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