We know several people with Multiple Sclerosis. It is a dis-ease that is suppose to progress.
While delivering food to shut-ins, we met another woman with MS. That was 2007. While delivering food to this woman, i also worked a Kaiors team where a resident told me she had MS and that vitamin D and a vegan diet were a huge help to her. She had found it doing research on MS. Years later this is published "New Study links this Vitamin Deficiency with MS"
Four years ago, Deb Lentz sent us a youtube video titled "Minding Your Mitochondria" from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLjgBLwH3Wc because it was suggested that our son may have mitochondria issues. This diet has yielded progress with our son, HOWEVER, the diet is for those with MS.
Dr Terry Wahl cured her advanced MS with diet. Her story is in the Huffington Post.
Other sources recommend raw foods to aid with the healing of MS
Dr Gregor has medical journal information at http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/multiple-sclerosis/
When googling Multiple Sclerosis and diet, there are books published as well. Amy Meyers, MD, has a new link on MS http://www.dramymyers.com/2014/02/24/functional-medicine-approach-multiple-sclerosis/
Isn't it amazing what food can do?