Archive for the 'Diseases-Multiple-Sclerosis' Category

How to Overcome Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Naturally

By Colleen Meheen Our bodies are designed to overcome disease, sickness and imbalance all by themselves. The key is that we must supply our bodies with the proper nutrition and fuel to work at its peak, as it was intended to do! If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis or […]

What Happened to Finding the Cure For MS?

By Gary P Owen Since the disease was first “discovered by Professor Jean-Martin Charcot in 1868 doctors and scientist have been searching for the cure for MS. Called multiple sclerosis because of the numerous scars and lesions that the disease leaves on the myelin sheath, it has been subjected to many different treatments over the […]

Is There a Natural Cure For Multiple Sclerosis?

By Gary P Owen The idea of finding a natural cure for multiple sclerosis seems to be gaining popularity as more people recognize the fact that the drugs being used to control the disease are only offering temporary relief while the disease continues to progress. Most doctors and scientists say that since they still do […]

Fingolimod One of the New Drugs For MS

By Gary P Owen One thing about multiple sclerosis other that the fact that the medical community has currently been unable to cure it is that they are always looking at new drugs for MS. The last several years in medicine have shown some promise in the creation of new drugs or the use of […]

Is There a Link Between Vitamin D and MS?

By Mervyn Phillips Can a deficiency of Vitamin D both in the womb and after birth increase the risk of MS? A recent study by scientists at Oxford and British Columbia Universities has shown that the risk of developing multiple sclerosis could be linked to vitamin D levels and a variation in a specific gene. […]

Treating Multiple Sclerosis Early Is Of Great Importance

By Mike Selvon Multiple sclerosis is a disease that attacks the brain and spinal cord and can lead to damage in the central nervous system. MS can cause loss of balance, impaired speech, extreme fatigue, double vision and paralysis, and is usually diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 40. One of the myths about […]

Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and Micronutrients Is Raw Food Superior to Cooked Food?

By Terry Wahls Micronutrients are critical for brain health. Unfortunately the average western diet is deficient in most vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and amino acids which have recommended daily allowances. The reason for this is the reliance on cheap sources of calories in grains which have most often had the germ and husk of […]

Understanding Multiple Sclerosis

By Robert Rister Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition of period inflammation at various places along of the white fatty sheath covering the nerves of the brain and spinal cord. Made of a material called myelin, this sheath normally insulates the nerve fibers, allowing electrical impulses to move without “static” between the brain, spinal cord, […]