Dr. Terry Wahls Reversed her MS with diet.
By Joan McDaniel August 17, 2012 Update 5/28/2013
I had watched this video sometime last year. When I got sick in January, I remembered it and its inspirational story of this great woman and the battle she had overcoming the crippling effects of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and won. As I was overcoming my complete weakness, I remembered Dr. Terry fighting and overcoming total paralysis.
Dr. Terry Wahls was diagnosed with the autoimmune, incurable, progressive and crippling disease of MS.
Rather than give in she kept reading and searching. This is a very strong motivational video. She taught me to listen to my body. It is a complex system and its every action is to keep you alive. No one else can hear it except you. I hope you reach my conclusion – If you put your mind to it, you can solve almost any problem. I also now believe that almost all disease is curable by giving your body the nutrition it needs.
She found that MS is one of the diseases that your brain actually shrinks.
I just recently found this video from http://us.mg4.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch
The video lasts about 18 minutes and well worth the time spent. It will change your view of food, your body and your life. I’m glad I found this video again so that I can share it with you.
TEDxIowaCity – Dr. Terry Wahls – Minding Your Mitochondria
Dr. Terry Wahls learned how to properly fuel her body. Using the lessons she learned at the sub-cellular level, she used diet to cure her MS and get out of her wheelchair.
I have found her website where she has made available more information on what she is calling the Wahls Protocol™,
For four years, secondary progressive multiple sclerosis confined Dr. Terry Wahls to a tilt-recline wheelchair. But by using Functional Medicine to create the Wahls Protocol™, Dr. Wahls has transformed her health and body: now she walks easily without a cane and commutes by bicycle. Dr. Wahls uses these diets and protocols in her primary care and traumatic brain injury clinics and is leading a clinical trial to test her protocols on others.