How I Cured My Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with Diet and How You Can Too. Advice From a Naturopath

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Ann Boroch, CNC, Naturopath, was once a sugar addict. She suffered from a candida overgrowth and various infections throughout her life until she developed the autoimmune condition multiple sclerosis. Instead of following the path of traditional medicine, she chose to use natural remedies to cure multiple sclerosis and to heal herself. It was a long road to travel, but she now has her multiple sclerosis under control. She is also a successful naturopath, helping others heal their bodies through the food, supplementation and stress-relieving techniques that saved her own life. Read on to learn how you do might also be able to cure your multiple sclerosis (MS), autoimmune condition, or any other chronic illness naturally.

At age 24, my life came to a screeching halt.

As I sat in a restaurant eating with a friend, I lost the ability to breathe, swallow and move for several seconds. And then my body started to spasm uncontrollably. What looked like a seizure was actually an immune response attack.

After extensive medical testing, there was good news and bad news. The good news? I didn’t have cancer. The bad news? I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune condition. The prognosis was not good. I was told to prepare for chemotherapy and a wheelchair.

And while I knew nothing about MS, I did know that there had to be a better way to cope than with drug therapy as a cure for multiple sclerosis. Finally, through major changes in my diet and lifestyle, I triumphed and got my health under control. I have been symptom-free from multiple sclerosis for 23 years. And believe me, I’m counting!

Through my journey, I realized the power within my own body to heal itself, and knew I could help others. I became a naturopath and a nutritionist 19 years ago, and have since helped thousands of clients fight their own battles for wellness and to help cure their chronic health conditions. I believe in the power of food in helping to heal and cure disease.

How Being a Sugar Addict Led to My Candida and MS

When I look back, my history tells the story of someone who was the poster child for autoimmune disease to erupt. Until the age of 18, I was a sugar addict. I was sick all the time – cold, flus and sinus infections. I easily took over 60 courses of antibiotics throughout my life. I had rotted out almost every tooth from eating sugar by the time I was a teenager, and had a mouthful of silver amalgam fillings.

To make matters worse, I was a type “A” personality and spent a lot of energy trying to please people. In other words, I was under a lot of stress.

At 19, I contracted Epstein-Barr virus (more commonly known as mono). I saw eight different specialists and took more than 20 different drugs, mainly steroids and antibiotics, with no success. Through a miracle, I found Dr. William Crook’s book, The Yeast Connection. I realized I was dealing with candida (yeast) overgrowth, which can be caused by overconsumption of sugar. I followed an anti-candida diet and took an antifungal powder for a year, which helped me heal for the short term.

And while that was a small reprieve from illness, I didn’t realize how important it was to keep the microbiome, or my gut ecology, in balance. I later learned that candida overgrowth can come back more virulently if not kept in check. So several years later, when my stress levels were high and sugar and carbs crept back into my diet, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

How I Reversed Multiple Sclerosis

My four-year tumultuous journey of curing multiple sclerosis started with getting back on the anti-candida diet. I eliminated dairy, sugar, alcohol, gluten and corn. I also took an antifungal drug for two years, and then switched to an herbal formula. I relied heavily on the book Multiple Sclerosis, by Judy Graham, which gave me direction and guidance about supplementation. I learned about the benefits of supplementing with anti-inflammatory herbs like turmeric and ginger. 

To remove toxins from my body, I had 15 silver amalgam fillings taken out. I went through this without any pain relief to avoid an immune response attack.

I worked on my physical and emotional health, pushing through this near-death illness, and I coped with buried emotional traumas, and even survived a suicide attempt.

The Link Between Candida and Autoimmune Disease

The most-ignored infection in the world is candida overgrowth, which can cause a variety of symptoms, including autoimmune conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS). For the most part, candida, which is comprised of yeast and fungus, can be found both inside and outside the body naturally, and it’s harmless until it starts to multiply. Several factors can cause candida to overgrow including:

  • Antibiotics
  • Steroids
  • Birth control pills
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Chemotherapy/radiation
  • Heavy metals
  • Stress
  • Sugar
  • Alcohol

Among the causes of candida overgrowth, sugar is the biggest offender and will continue to feed yeast and fungus throughout your lifetime. Sugar is in cookies, chocolate, pizza, pasta, pastries, lattes, milk, cheese, wine, beer or bread, or more—all of which turn into sugar rapidly and feed not only yeast, but parasites, viruses and bacteria.

Minor symptoms of candida overgrowth can be gas, bloating, heartburn, fatigue, weight gain, depression, anxiety, sinusitis, constipation and diarrhea. As as you can see from my own history, candida can cause more serious conditions, including autoimmune diseases (such as multiple sclerosis) and cancer.

How To Begin To Heal

You need to remove inflammation and infection from the body. What seems like an insurmountable task can be done slowly and methodically. Keep in mind that baby steps can lead to victory!

  • Maintain an anti-candida diet (Avoid dairy, sugar, alcohol, gluten and corn)
  • Take an herbal antifungal supplement.
  • Supplement with turmeric to help reduce inflammation and boost your immunity. Try Daily Turmeric Tonic which contains both antioxidants and adaptogens which can help reduce inflammation and fight pain.
  • Add in collagen peptides to help replenish and repair the body. Collagen peptides also help to reduce stiffness and pain associated with multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions. I’ve even seen collagen help with the brain fog that comes with MS.
  • Participate in stress management techniques – Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), meditation, journaling or counseling.
  • Ensure you are getting quality sleep.
  • Exercise! Whether it’s yoga, walking or isometrics, be active!
  • Believe in yourself!

Healing an autoimmune condition, such as multiple sclerosis, does not happen overnight. There is no quick cure to multiple sclerosis or any chronic health condition. There is no magic drug, herb or food that will help you get better. It requires making lifestyle changes and sticking with them. But it is completely possible to cure multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions by treating the root causes. Be sure to work with an expert naturopath or functional medicine doctor who can guide you on your journey.  The most important factor is to believe you can heal your body, and then following it up with a program that reduces inflammation and infection.

With time and tenacity, you, too, can be triumphant!

 

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89 thoughts on “How I Cured My Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with Diet and How You Can Too. Advice From a Naturopath

  1. Tom

    I have MS and I to was addicted to sugar and always had lots of colds every year. I also have allergies to outside summer pollen. I have cut back on junk food and sugar. I’m currently living in a nursing home. It’s time to take my life back…

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  2. Hope

    So I also consider myself cured, 8 years now symptom free. Refused straight up interferon therapy and haven’t seen a neurologist since the first who looked at me like I was the antichrist when I mentioned diet and who refused to let me leave until I took a script which then went in the bin. New diagnosis is a roller coaster ride I started on the swank diet and got a lot wrong, poisoned myself with nuts trying to up my calories as with also eliminating inflammatory foods like dairy, sugar, vegetable oil and gluten the diet is pretty minimal, ended up being so thin I was shopping in the children’s department and my hair was falling out. It was a pretty dark time, I decided if I ended up in a wheelchair I would end myself and told my partner to leave me, he didn’t he proposed to me instead.
    There has been a lot of self education and many things tried. Key points are controlling the inflammation – avoiding foods that exacerbate and consuming ones that decrease it, restoring your gut flora, vitamin d, address your parasitic load trust me you all have them, vitamin c very important for collagen, ubiquinol it’s a better form of coQ10, B12, lots of green organic veggies, sleep, exercise, prayer and meditation. With food if it comes in a packet don’t buy it.
    Initially it feels overwhelming I remember feeling like there was nothing left to eat, but the new eventually becomes the norm and not only am I healthier but those around me are too.
    Don’t buy into there is no cure, whether you want to call it cured or permanent remission know that it is possible. It takes a bit of effort and some life changes but isn’t being healthy and well worth that effort?
    Sending you all especially the newly diagnosed some hope and a hug. Our beliefs will become our reality, hold onto your optimism.

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  3. Gina

    Diagnosed few months ago by an alternative doctor with MS, hypothyroid which I knew, and overall very auto immune. Doing a low lectin diet. Dr. Gundry has wrote books on this. It is a challenge but it is def helping. My energy is back most days. I also take some supplements from NutriWest. I avoid all grains, produce with seeds like tomatoes and cucs which is hard. No ezekial bread, no oatmeal, no beans, no rice except wild rice. Smoothies in the morning packed with everything healthy I can put in them and still make them taste good. If I cheat too much, I feel it for days. Motivated to stay the course. Hoping in the months to come my body is less sensitive. Good luck on your journey. I do believe food heals.

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  4. Anonymous

    I went to the ER a few months ago. The doctor that saw me asked, you have MS? I said, yes, he asked, have you heard of the Swank diet? I said, no. He looked over to the script and said, why do people with MS never heard of the Swank diet? He brought out a business card with info about the diet and said, here it is known to reverse and even cure MS. I thought, wow! No doctor has ever promoted diet as a cure for MS. Dr. Brix was so passionate about it and I’m going to give it a shot. I’ve heard so many great things about it. So my hopes are high! He is the first and only doctor to ever say diet can reverse and or cure MS!

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  5. Larry M.

    I can down with ms in 2003, I went on rebif for 3 years taking shot everyother day, thank went on tysabri for 2 years take an I-v once a month, than went on aubagio for 3 more years taking a pill every day, than came down with throat cancer, doctor said aubagio lowered me immune system and body could not get rid of a virus, did radiation and chemotherapy, I was 224 lbswhen this all started went down to 134 lbs , it has been two years now since chemotherapy, 2 1/2 years since abuagio drug, I now weigh 147 and not on anything, doctor wants me to start taking copaxone shot 3 times a week, I don’t want to, I eat fruits and vegables and some fish and eggs, oatmeal, and home made trail mix, almonds, walnuts and m@m’s, I cut out all flour, just took MRI and no active lesions, I am 51 years old and working 57 hours a week 5 days a week and some time 6, I go out to eat after work with my wife and out on Friday nights and some times Saturday nights, I don’t like to site home, if know one is home I don’t even go home I just stay at work and work more, my wife does not work she has not for the last 24 years, I work so she does not have to, she is my wife I love her so that is the way it is. now back to the ms get rid of it for me I use a cane and leg brace to walk, and when it is hot out side I use 2 cans at work to get around, I have 2 scooters on in my van and one in my house, if I use them too much than I don’t want to walk so I do not use a scooter at work, thank you in advance for telling me how to get rid of this ms stuff,

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  6. Sherrie Brownlee-Bailey

    I was diagnosed in April, 2018. I am slowly becoming crippled. I am using a walker and scared to death. I have something called a ms hug, numb, stiff hands and awful spasms in both legs. I have been reading about Dr. Terry Wahls but my doctor doesn’t endorse the diet theories. I have to try something else other than traditional medicine. Please help me get started and if so, have someone contact me for support. Much Thanks 770-912-2236

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  7. Cyndy Perlman

    Could you, please, tell me if this takes a longer time to digest than most proteins? Thank you for your time and your consideration. Blessings to you and yours

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  8. Peter

    Thank you for sharing your story. While a great read you fail to mention one thing and actually mislead people with your title. You are very lucky to not have had a relapse or further complication from MS you are not being honest when you say you are “cured”. Put simply, there is no cure for MS. You may have improved the quality of your life with the changes you have made but you are not and will never be “cured” until such time as science and/or nature figure out a way to re-grow damaged myelin. Truth is you can still relapse at any time. Please at least be honest with people while attempting top educate them.

    Thank you and good luck in your continued journey. I wish you the best.

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  9. Anonymous

    I wish you hadn’t jumped from being diagnosed with MS to expecting chemotherapy & a wheelchair. I have NEVER heard of chemotherapy as the treatment of choice for MS, and many with MS are walking. Been around people with MS for over 45 years…………………………………………………………………………………

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  10. sheilla

    I have had ms for 26 years… maybe longer.

    I have had no attacks now for 25 years…

    Spent the first year with optic neuritis and left side paralysis…did lots of research starting with Dr swans ms diet and have tweet it over the years… now almost complete vegan…local organic veggies… whole foods only

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  11. C

    There is a friend of mine my ex-boss who have MS I would really like to meet somebody who have the same thing he has so he can have some hope he really want to meet somebody who’s going through what he had and got well is it possible that he can actually meet someone who got well from MS that he can talk to he seems to start giving up and he needs to see that there is hope is there anybody who can see hell face-to-face and encourage him please help he is tired of all these people telling them about all these different remedies but he has not met anybody who have gone through it and he needs to see them and show that it is possible to get well

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    1. Recipe Team

      Hi C. There is lots of hope for people with MS! We hope you will tell your ex-boss to follow Further Food where he will find lots of inspiring articles on healing MS. We also suggest he follow PaleoBossLady-she is one of our contributors who has had an incredible success story with MS. He can reach out to her through her website or social media and mentions Further Food-we wish him good luck and hope he will check in with us! http://www.paleobosslady.com/

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  12. Dora S.

    my nephew is going through a rough patch with his MS, is there someone we can speak to locally about getting him on the right path to his nutrition.

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    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Dora: We recommend you search for functional medicine doctors or naturopaths in your area-they will be able to examine your nephew and come up with a personalized plan for him. Good luck!

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  13. Schaela Bennett

    This sounds exactly what me & my son (with MS) need. He was diagnosised at 25 with 7 lesions. He lost his sight in both eyes last year for 16 days. Steroids reduced the inflammation & he regained his sight. He is currently in the hospital on solumedrol due to retrobular neuritis; losing his sight. He now has 13 lesions 3 are hugh covering some white matter cells. I need to find help in Rancho Cucamonga area, 52 miles outside Los Angeles California. He refused to take Tysabri for a year, & now at 27 years old my son wants to die; he’s very depressed. The doctor feels he needs a psychiatrist to put him on anti-depressions medication. He needs a cooling vest because where we live it gets to 105 & more degrees during summer months. Please help my son.

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  14. Allen J. Smith

    I am a 60 years old Retired Federal government employee. I have been retired for 8 years on Medical Disability. I have had multiple sclerosis for about 12 years. I currently take oral Tysabri capsule every day, along with certain vitamin supplements. I am very interested in receiving any guidance rectifying my medical disability. I can be reached on 202-674-5741. Allen J. Smith

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  15. Cheryl Borner

    My daughter is having symptoms and now is under going testing. She is just starting her residents at Standard in ER we need help to keep her positive. Help Cheryl

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  16. Judith Vestal

    Knowledge is essential to live with multiple sclerosis. I have learned from the internet. It is important to
    be informed about your medical conditions. Medical appointments are helpful when you have
    questions for your medical providers.

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  17. Anonymous

    You should recommend that EVERYONE have their vit D3 levels checked and if low take both
    D3 and K2 which helps absorb D3. Please reference the book by Jeffrey Bowles: Why is there
    no MS at the equator?

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  18. Camelia Travis

    That’s some good stuff! I feel liberated to know I can get through living with MS!! Thanks so much. God bless

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  19. D

    I am veg/ vegan —so hoping your recipes and advice are ok for me
    Thank you
    Looking forward to the challenge
    Dd

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  20. Jerry Jackson

    Thank you Ann Boroch, CBC, Nueropath for your deep informative true helpful story at http://www.FurthrrFoods.com!! I thank you wish you were still here with us!! Also to “Billy West” for your triumphant winning story!! God Bless you as well for sharing your MS kick A$$ story and guidness!! I WISH YOU THE BEST!! I too was diginost with MS back in 2005. I went thru many Neurologist rx’d treatments!! Now off all ms pills been ok, but something new has started! Only my left arm, left leg and foot clamps up. Leaving me for bout 5 mins in a Stroke-Like situation til it calms and I’m back to normal. Waiting on Dr’s & Nuerologist to get me back on some kind of help.. But after reading Ann’s and Billy’s stories..with diet CHANGING advices I am soo positive I will get back to being Me!! I also have 3 BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER’S!! Like Billy West’s story, I had to leave my EX-WIFE becuz she couldn’t deal with my issues. Oh Well!!
    LOVE and CARE about ALL FELLOW MS WARRIORS!! I WISH YOU ALL NOTHING BUT THE BEST AND I ALSO KNOW 1ST HAND THESE DAMN MS STRUGGLES!! FIGHT!! NEVER EVER GIVE UP!!!!

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  21. Matt

    Wow, really cool. Sugar has many harmful effects to the body. Most don’t know that a lot of carbs break down to sugar, as well alcohol breaks down to sugar too.

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  22. Sharon Rhodes

    My name is Sharon Rhodes and I also was diagnosed with Ms and I am a sugar addict. Your story definitely touched home for me. Thanks for sharing and God Bless!

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  23. Lois Haddad

    I was told to read this from a friend. I had no ideal that Ann Boroch had passed away.
    So sad! I am also fighting a battle with MS, and fibromyalgia!

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    1. Recipe Team

      Thanks for the comment. We are also saddened about the tragic loss of Ann Boroch. Hopefully her inspirational messages will live on and help those of us who are struggling with health conditions. We have lots of article on Further Food that may help you as you deal with your illnesses. Wishing you good health.

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  24. Derya Gul

    I am deeply saddened that we cannot be guided by your great wisdom anymore Ann Boroch ❤ Thankyou for sharing your story and healing, it gives us sufferers hope…
    Rest in peace beautiful soul 🙏❤

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  25. Serena Plascoff

    Dear Ann, thank you for your article. It was very informative. I lost my dad to Ms in 1984, when there was not much known about holistic approaches. He took many vitamins. Minus the ones that were beneficial to his illness. I do believe what you say. With the right nutrition, organic fruit and vegetables, with turmeric, garlic and thyme, as well as many others you can clean your blood/system and be disease free. Thank you again for your informative and uplifting article and best of luck to you. Serena Plascoff

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  26. joy

    Fascinating story of healing! I am wondering WHICH TYPES (numbers) of COLLAGEN are used.
    I cannot find disclosure of the TYPES of COLLAGEN are used in this product.
    Thanks for your transparency!

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  27. Dean Linderman

    I will be 64 years old in March. In December, my wife took me to emergency, concerned that I might be having a stroke. After extensive testing, including two MRIs, I was prescribed an IV treatment that has a prohibitive cost. What I have read indicates that people who stop the treatment have extreme relapses. There has to be something better.

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  28. Kim

    This is very refreshing information! I cut refined sugar from my diet in September of last year. In November, I was diagnosed with MS. (Apparently, sugar was holding my body together, and the cookie was now crumbling.) I immediately eliminated dairy and gluten in addition to the sugar. In December, I was diagnosed with lung cancer. Gee, what next?

    I saw a nutritionist in January with the goal of healing my immune system and getting my body healthy after chemo treatments. The nutritionist loaded me with supplements that totaled $2,ooo per month. I couldn’t commit to that, long-term. Cancer bills are expensive enough! I had changed my diet and added fairly pure supplements before seeing the nutritionist. But, was that enough? Your article gives me hope. Perhaps I just need to give things more time to heal. It’s probably unrealistic to expect healing during chemo, but I’m determined to do my best! I’ve succeeded in decreasing my stress levels, too. I appreciate any advice you can offer.

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  29. Adnilem nodrog

    Hello , i am writing be ause i have the symptom s of ms , i have been a sugar addict all my life and had mono when i was about 8 years of ave been sick most of my life .
    I am trying to change my eating habits to have controlle over my arms and legs again i than you for your encouragement

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  30. Natasha zelinsky

    GOD BLESS YOU! The love of my life is suffering ao badly from his ms, i have been praying for the answers to cure him, i prayed to god and your site came up, bless you! You are here for a purpose , keep healing with your courage dtreangth hope and knowledge. Its people like you that restores my faith in humanity. God bless. You are in my prayers ✌🌻😇

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  31. Haitian Vegan Goddess

    Well said! I was diagnosed with the condition noted above. Even though the medical professionals I’ve encountered all deny that diet has anything to do with my condition, I have done my own research and have concluded it truly has everything to do with your health. (In my opinion). I’ve been a vegan for two years. Still have some struggles but I’m learning to enjoy the journey!
    – Haitian Vegan Goddess

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  32. Cathy

    Need help. Fatigue in rrms killing me. Im wiped out daily. No energy. Look drunk. No pain. No tingling small spasticity. Very int in an ms diet. Going to avcupuncture next week. I want to get this sorted.

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  33. Debbie

    I was diagnosed Jan 2017 with ms then April 2017 Lyme disease. I did 4 weeks of antibiotics then the pic line for 30 days of hell. Just had my second MRI no change. Only thing that got better was my speech and hand is not numb I am going to john Hopkins hospital specialists on Jan 23 . I am still in severe pain in my legs. I don’t know how to start this type of diet

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  34. Billy West

    I was diagnosed 4 years ago with MS my life came to a complete stop it felt like. from playing baseball to being very active in hockey and also being a 3rd degree black belt in martial arts. I’ve had 2 boys and slowly started not being able to walk, eat, swallow and ended up in a wheel chair with tubes down my throat to feed me and I was not even able to pick up 10lbs let alone play with my boys or even hold them! Long story short the mother of my boys seemed that my life was over with while taking my boys from me she left up and gone! I recovered quickly by changing my diet and went to being a vegan which I hated because I loved eating meat lots of it. Long story short I got my balance back my strength back and got full custody of both of my boys which is very rarely heard of in the state of Ohio. I also went from having 4 lesions down to just 1 within a 2 year process while not taking any medicine except Tysabri for only 7 months with neurologists telling me they really have no idea how I was able to do such a thing without medicine until then I’ve became very close and built a really good relationship with God. I just want to say I understand those with pain and to my MS warriors out there that the only cure we all have is to be healthy and eat right and I mean very very right! As I sit here on my couch writing this while I have tears in my eyes and my kids sleeping right next to me don’t give up it’s hard very hard I work full time construction and roofing now so please don’t give up much love to you all out there if you as well been diagnosed with this disease please just kick it’s a*$ like I have and it’s simple but at the same time hard change your diet!

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  35. Allen J. Loomis

    I was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS in 2012. I have been on a gluten free diet for about 5 months. The medicine I am on makes me feel terrible and I am going to stop taking it. My faith in Jesus and my care taker help me tremendously. I want this illness to be gone so bad. Please contact me and let me know what I should do. I am a very outgoing person and enjoy trying to help others. I don’t want to become a burden to my best friend.

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  36. Susan Adewusi

    My 18 year old daughter was diagnosed with MS, it hit out of nowhere. She is depressed and devastated. I am lost emotionally and lost for words, but I believe in your article. It would be great, if you could contact me to provide me with support for my daughter.

    Thank you,
    Susan

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    1. Recipe Team

      Hi Susan: Getting a diagnosis of MS can be frightening and overwhelming. We suggest you contact a functional medicine doctor who can teach you about natural solutions to healing. We also have a lot of articles on Further Food that may help you and your daughter-here are some: https://www.furtherfood.com/heal-multiple-sclerosis-diet-paleo-keto-chronic-illness/ https://www.furtherfood.com/wheelchair-biking-dr-wahls-miracle-recovery-autoimmune-disease/ https://www.furtherfood.com/multiple-sclerosis-diet-heal-symptoms-with-a-paleo-diet-lifestyle/

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  37. Jose Laureano

    Wow I love all the information from everybody. My name is Jose Laureano and I have had MS since July 2000. I used to play Softball and I had problems seeing softball in lights at night all of sudden. I went to see a neurologist and he had me due a MRI he thought I had a brain tumor. Then he called and told me I had MS. I had done the the Avonex shots that gave me flu like symptoms for day and a half every week. Then I did Copazone shots everyday which gave me 7 soreness spots on my body from shot areas. But now I take Tecfidera which are 2 pills a day for last 2 years. I have been blessed that I have never had any side effects. I have worked as a Firefighter Paramedic here in Indianapolis. People all I can say say is never give up and continue to find what is best for you. Tecfidera has been my best treatment. No I don’t work for Biogen. May God bless all of US.

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  38. Kyle Jacobsen

    I was diagnosed with MS in June 2016. The doctors called me while one as working and told me the terrible news over the phone. After not listening to my wife, a BSN, about how to treat MS with out taking deadly prescription medications for a couple months. We came across Dr. Wahls protocol. This book is truly a miracle. Although, I haven’t cured myself of this disease, when the course is true, the results are significant. The other day, my wife showed me a picture of what I look liked before dieting(a terrible word BTW). The difference was remarkable. The point is, even though this technique might seem insignificant, what’s the worst that could happen if you said no to all the bad things that we know can do harm. #findfaithinthebattle

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  39. John

    Roy Swag had excellent results treating his MS patients with a low fat plant based diet.
    There is reams of peer reviewed literature on the matter.

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  40. Anita Batten

    I have MS I was diagnosed in 2004. I don’t know what sort of MS you had but being told to prepare for chemotherapy is very strange and certainly not something at the present time used for patients with MS except on a trial basis. MS is not a near death illness and is not curable with drugs. You say you knew nothing about MS and unfortunately this still seems to be the case. MS at the present time is being researched by such bodies as the MS Society to try and halt the progression of MS, but this is a lengthy procedure. To suggest you were “cured” by diet therefore seems highly unlikely and I believe you are getting people’s hopes up. Certainly diet plays a role with MS as does exercise, although very limited for a lot of MS patients by the way, so I do wonder whether you were ever diagnosed with MS in the first place. I could go on about your very misleading article but I will initially await your response to the above .

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  41. DeiDra-gon

    i stopped eating sugar years ago, clearing symptoms of fibromyalgia from my body after a decade of suffering. now i work for a man with Multiple Sclerosis. hmmm. he’s on verge of big choice. will he give up and die? or will he activate hope and discipline and choose entering next phase striving towards health after 30 years paralyzed?

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  42. Sarah m stamper

    I have multiple sclerosis and blind in right eye from car accident plus have three children I have to crawl to get every place I go in my house besides siting on but to slide down stairs. I just want to walk again and I’m not afraid of working out I just don’t know how to get this done?

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  43. Kaila H

    How do you know for sure the yest caused MS? I have MS and I was diagnosed last year on January 1st, 2016. I am now 26 years old and taking a disease modifying drug. I want to stop taking it because I am afraid of the side effects and go on a natural diet to cure MS. Everything I’ve researched says the cause of MS is unknown… so I am asking because I am really interested in your story and this journey. I would definitely like more info.

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  44. Mateusz

    Hello,
    I was diagnosed with MS 14 year ago after long treatment with various drugs (illness progress whole that time).i started diet 2 year ago (based on intolerance and also cut milk wheat all diary). after a year MS stopped develop(I done MRI scan before diet and one year after).Diet is everything!!
    All best!

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  45. Ann Boroch

    Caroline – Yes doing an anti-candida diet and program will help eliminate pain with your fibromyalgia case.
    James – unfortunately I don’t know of anyone in Israel. I do Skype sessions for those that can’t see me in person.

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  46. Anonymous

    Yes understand this very well I put a 93 year old lady on some supplements and the results are brilliant

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  47. Caroline Nunan

    I have Fibromyalgia , would this diet help eleminate the daily chronic pain I suffer from?
    Kinda Regards
    Caroline

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  48. James Arthur Kaye

    My 27 year old daughter has been dianosed with MS. Do you know anybody in Israel where we live who can give her guidance on correct diet?

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  49. Patrick Rahilly

    What an amazing woman. I agree about diet as I try to keep my AS under control through diet.

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  50. Anteshwar

    Thank you for sharing….really informative… I can’t believe that Candide can cause MS or cancer

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  51. Steve

    I was first diagnosed with MS in 2010 by a lousy Doctor, I then slowly regained my health through diet, but my stupid sister told me to let my strict regimen go, and to just eat what ever I wanted…..it was a disaster, within 3 months I was worse than when I started, making it so much harder…I just wanted to commit suicide. I then went to a naturopath, and he told me that he suspected lyme, my blood was shipped to Germany and the results came back, Lyme and co-infections. Another thing that I learned was that MS patients were almost always found to have a lyme infection.

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  52. Ann Boroch

    Hi Addis,

    Both of my books, Healing Multiple Sclerosis (good for anyone with autoimmune disease) or The Candida Cure will educate you on what herbs will eradicate candida overgrowth. Also on my website: annboroch.com (under Products) you can read the ingredients in Candida abX. Common herbal antifungals are oregano oil, pau d’arco, garlic, caprylic acid, grapefruit seed extract, black walnut, olive leaf, etc.

    Warmly,
    Ann

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  53. Addis

    U love reading these testimonials. However, not one of the doctors say what herbs they used to rid their candida, parasites and viruses. I wish they shared a bit more than just their testimonials. I know the purpose is to get the information from their books but for someone with multiple autoimmune diseases who hasn’t worked in many years it is difficult to get every single book for every single disease. I appreciate that they share this to give people hopes they may have lost but not knowing the basic info such as which herbs get rid of candida is disheartening. Thank you for sharing, however.

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