MS - Living Symptom Free shares Bryant's daily regimens that have resulted in his symptom-free living. With hard-won insight, practical advice, fitness tips, and recipes, this invaluable guide instructs readers on how to eat properly and live a healthy life while controlling, reducing, and eliminating the symptoms of MS. In each user-friendly chapter, Bryant covers topics including symptoms and complications, the author's own road to MS, the benefits of conventional medication, things doctors don't tell you, popular MS diets, vitamins and supplements, exercise and sleep, staying on track, support systems, and more. The guide also features more than twenty-five easy recipes that adhere to many prevalent MS-friendly diets.
More than half a million people live with multiple sclerosis, yet conventional medicine still has little to offer patients. There is no known cure-and even recent breakthroughs in drug therapy do not work to control many of the symptoms or promise any degree of recovery. But there is an alternative to drugs that can stop and reverse the ravaging symptoms of MS-the MS Recovery Diet. As this book explains, there are five common food triggers that can set off the symptoms of MS-dairy, grains containing glutens, legumes, eggs, and yeast. Yet because MS is such a complex disease, other foods play a role, as culprits or aides. The MS Recovery Diet explains the background, science, and development of this treatment in one source for the first time, and shows readers how to pinpoint their specific problem foods and sensitivities. It also offers more than one hundred simple recipes, as well as strategies to improve digestion, balance the immune system, and repair the body's myelin-crucial steps toward healing the body. Both of the authors, Ann D. Sawyer and Judith E. Bachrach, who had been diagnosed and disabled by multiple sclerosis, have experienced incredible recovery on the diet. Within the first three months on this program, Sawyer was able to stop the disease progression and begin to walk short distances with an even gait. Bachrach, whose health has been declining because of MS for thirty- eight years, regained feeling in her toes in one week and after one year on the diet, has stopped taking all medication. This book shares the treatment plan that has dramatically changed their lives, and the lives of others who have discovered it. With inspiring personal stories throughout, it offers real help- and hope-for sufferers of MS.
This second installment from the online group dedicated to supporting each other in the fight against MS includes encouragement, understanding, and useful information for MS sufferers and their families.
The power to heal ourselves from a variety of ailments thankfully lies within all of us. In a comprehensive guide to health, Dr. Toni Camacho shares a practical, simple twelve-week holistic program that not only helps others establish new health habits, but also helps prompt the healing of autoimmune disorders and chronic illnesses. Dr. Toni begins by exploring why a holistic approach to health is best to achieve longevity and well-being while explaining the mind-body connection and how our emotions impact our health, while leading others through a practical road map that promotes balanced living, covers basic herbal medicine concepts, and teaches how to use herbs to alleviate a variety of symptoms, Dr. Toni also reveals what makes people sick and shares the latest scientific evidence that validates the principles of holistic medicine. Multidimensional Healing shares advice, facts, recipes, and a twelve-week, step-by-step holistic program that will help anyone jumpstart a healthy lifestyle and overcome autoimmune disorders and chronic illnesses to live a long and happy life.
Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and MS can be brought into permanent remission on a Living Foods nutritional therapy approach. As a nutritional lifestyle these diseases can be stopped and kept at a distance once they are put into remission through this Live-food nutrition therapy. This book presents real people, some cured and some not, it is about clinical experience, journal studies, testimonials and advanced nutritional understandings. This work is about five years of research. It involves a major lifestyle change moving into a Live-Food or raw vegan diet, and doing juice fasting, smoothies, and juicing. Having a positive spiritual approach and exercise routine is also helpful. The case studies and testimonials are part of the evidence that these neuro-degenerative diseases can be put into complete remission.
By providing an overview of key yoga postures and basic breathing techniques, this book demonstrates how people with Multiple Sclerosis can manage symptoms, and create a regular yoga practice in order to enhance physical and mental wellbeing. The book includes photos to demonstrate the yoga poses, as well as case studies and testimonials that depict the benefits and impact of a regular practice that can be carried out at home with minimal equipment or household objects. There is also advice on safety, diet and nutrition, and meditation practices. Suitable for beginner and continuing level yoga students, Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis is the perfect guide for those wishing to harness the therapeutic power of yoga, as well as for yoga teachers looking for ways to support their students.
Rural homesteaders and urban apartment-dwellers alike will find a mother lode of practical information packed into this completely revised and updated edition of the ultimate how-to handbook for all generations. A selective compendium of public-domain documents, it brings together in one volume a wealth of knowledge and useful instruction on just about every imaginable aspect of self-sufficiency—from building a dwelling and growing food to raising children, using tools of all kinds, and, yes, getting more mileage out of your car. Readers will learn how to: build a greenhouse; administer first aid; stock an emergency shelter; survive in the wilderness, at sea, and in the city; plant, buy farmland; grow plants indoors and out; read architect's drawings; care for household pets; repair clothing; hunt, trap, and fish; repair a screen or leaking faucet; butcher and store big-game kill; relieve allergy symptoms; control insects; stay safe during storms and floods; can and freeze fruits and vegetables; take your own blood pressure; and much, much more! Praise for a previous edition: “How we have survived this long without [this book], I don't know. The concept is brilliant and simple. . . . If we had lived in a rural community a century ago, much of the knowledge gathered here would have been in our bones.” —Harper's
In the quirky, sassy voice that has made her popular on health websites and with the women of MS MOMS, the author recounts the experiences of her first five years with multiple sclerosis (MS). With a vitality unique in the often gloomy world of personal medical histories, she offers the best of her insights into life with MS in this compilation of essays on everything from fighting depression to being an effective parent. Combining humor with honesty, personal advice is offered on subjects such as being diagnosed with MS, battling cognitive difficulties, and staying optimistic.
"I truly recommend There’s No Pill for This because it contains the wisdom of a health care professional who also has the experience of being a patient."—Bernie Siegel, MD, author of No Endings, Only Beginnings and Love, Medicine & Miracles From a doctor living with MS: how to radically improve your quality of life with diet, hormones, supplements, exercise, and other lifestyle adjustments Most of us take for granted the little things in life—like walking out to the mailbox, socializing with friends, or enjoying a mug of hot coffee. But what if each daily activity required intensive planning and effort? That’s what living with multiple sclerosis is like, and author Michaël Friedman knows this from first-hand experience. Since his diagnosis of multiple sclerosis a decade ago, Dr. Friedman has been searching for a cure for the disease. After years of research, he realized that he had some of the answers right in his naturopathic medicine toolbox, and others, surprisingly, lay in the realm of conventional medicine. There’s No Pill for This tells his story and offers treatment advice and hope to those who suffer from MS. He does not promise a miracle cure but instead provides the personal prescriptions he follows that are delaying the disease process and radically improving his quality of life, including dietary measures and supplements to support a healthy microbiome and hormone therapies that can reduce neuroinflammation and possibly promote neurorestoration. Dr. Friedman presents a daily protocol for MS patients, including diet, supplement, detoxification, and hormone strategies; mindfulness therapy; physical therapy; and a wide range of beneficial lifestyle adjustments related to exercise, sleep routines, time management, stress management, and more. He also offers special advice for supporting healthy bladder and bowel function and improving oxygen supply. In the book’s conclusion, Dr. Friedman reflects on what this complicated chronic disease has taught him, and continues to teach him, about the value of humility and about what is truly important in life.
Everything You Need To Know About Multiple Sclerosis For MS Warriors, their Family, Friends and Care Givers If you are newly diagnosed with MS, know someone who is, or if you are a partner or caregiver of someone with MS, you probably have questions. Everything You Need to Know About Multiple Sclerosis has answers. It answers questions about what MS is, different types of MS, MS symptoms and medication, MS and diet, exercise, smoking (cigarettes and marijuana), drinking, relationships, sex, pregnancy... In addition, several partners of MS Warriors write about their experiences. In short while this book may not have everything, this is a comprehensive book about MS. Buy print or ebook. However, if you want a free PDF copy of the book, email the subject line "MS PDF" to [email protected] A PDF, and no other information, will be emailed to you.
In the fall of 1995, Dr. Saray Stancic was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. By 2003, she walked regularly with a cane, had given up virtually all unnecessary physical activity, and was on numerous medications, all with horrible side effects.After stumbling upon some studies that linked MS outcomes to diet and lifestyle, Dr. Stancic undertook a radically different approach to managing her illness. Within a relatively short time period she was off all MS medications, walking normally, resumed dancing, and in 2010 she ran a marathon!Today she lives an active, symptom free life, and takes no medications for multiple sclerosis.Now, in What’s Missing from Medicine: Six Lifestyle Changes to Overcome Chronic Illness, Dr. Stancic shares her own inspiring story and explains the incredible power that specific lifestyle changes can have for those living with chronic illness. Her prescription to prevent, treat, and even reverse chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, autoimmune diseases like lupus, multiple sclerosis, and many others, is what readers will find in this book.Dr. Stancic is also highly critical of the medical community’s lack of success when it comes to treating chronic illness, and that’s why What’s Missing from Medicine is both a prescription for a better life for each of us, as well as a clarion call for the medical establishment to make these lifestyle changes an integral part of the practice of medicine.