Multple Sclerosis and Alternate Treatments
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
MS is a chronic autoimmune disease of the central
(CNS) - in which the body’s own (usually defensive) immune system
attacks the protective tissues surrounding the nerves
MS causes inflammation and
the “patchy” destruction of myelin - which surrounds
nerve fibers and acts like insulation on a wire preventing “short-circuits”.
Demyelination interferes with nerve
impulse transmission (i.e. their ability to
Nerve fiber scarring and
progressive disability -
is a consequence of continual demyelination and remyelination, which can
affect physical and cognitive abilities. Symptoms, progression, and severity
vary from person to person.
MS typically diagnosed in
young adults between age 20 and age 40 -
women are twice
as likely to develop MS than men.
MS is not considered fatal
and those diagnosed commonly have unaffected life spans -
~400,000 people in the U.S. have been diagnosed with MS.
Good References for MS patients
Stealth Pathogens –
book by Lida Mattman to see the evidence for Borreli causing M.S. Only two
pages reference M.S., but the book is a wealth of information on the type of
bacteria which causes M.S.
Wellness Secrets For Life - book by A. True
Ott, PhD. Has a list of minerals that can be used to repair damaged myelin
The China Study - has a chapter on
autoimmune diseases, which includes a section on MS. This study found a very
high correlation between milk and the occurrence of M.S.
Wellness Secrets For Life - An Owner's Manual For The Human Body -
by Dr. True
Ott, PhD of Mother Earth minerals. This book has the best list of minerals for
rebuilding the myelin sheath (Pg. 123).