The Wahls Protocol, developed by Dr. Terry Wahls, was originally designed to improve symptoms of multiple sclerosis MS, but it can be used for autoimmune conditions or general health. Wahls was wheelchair bound after her MS diagnosis and dramatically changed her diet, which led to her recovery and this protocol. The cookbook companion to the groundbreaking The Wahls Protocol, featuring delicious, nutritionally dense recipes tailored to each level of the Wahls Paleo Diet. The Wahls Protocol has become a sensation, transforming the lives of people who suffer from autoimmune disorders. Now, in her highly anticipated follow-up, Dr. Packed with easy-to-prepare meals based on Dr.
Saadatnia M. A multimodal intervention for patients with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis: Feasibility and effect on fatigue. I get about 3 hours of sleep a night and feels like I am dying. Lipid intake to the nearest five grams of fat and oil intake and regular or irregular pattern of following the low saturated fat diet at the most recent visit were noted. After 4 weeks off eggs, I decided to try them again. Essential fatty acids are mediators of brain biochemistry and cognitive functions. Others who have implemented the protocol have seen their pain diminish, mood improve, excess weight melt away without hunger, and both blood sugar and blood pressure normalize.
Diet choices are modifiable environmental factors that may influence MS disease activity. Swank theorized restriction of saturated fat would reduce vascular dysfunction in the central nervous system CNS. Wahls further theorized restriction of lectins would reduce intestinal permeability and CNS inflammation WahlsElim version. Multiple Sclerosis MS is a chronic, inflammatory, immune-mediated condition that damages nerve fibers and the myelin sheath and affects the brain, spinal cord and optic nerve [ 1 ]. The cause of MS is unknown, however, it is believed to be a result of complex interaction between genetic and environmental exposures, including diet [ 2 ]. Treatment consists of disease-modifying therapies [ 1, 3 ], symptom and relapse management and support from physical and occupational therapists [ 4 ] and dietitians [ 5 ].