Doctor Cures Her MS With Diet Alone!
- Published on: 06 September, 2014
- Last update: 10 August, 2017
Meet Dr. Terry Wahls. After being told she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair due to Multiple Sclerosis (MS), she felt that the very medicine she practiced had failed her, miserably. You can hear her incredibly inspiring Ted Talk below:
In shrinking brain conditions such as MS, the mitochondria do not work well. She found studies where mouse brains and their mitochondria were protected using fish oil, creatine, and co-enzyme Q 10. “How can I fix my mitochondria? What else does it need?” she asked. While she was taught which vitamins the cells needed in school, she was never taught which foods contain these critical nutrients.
Terry started with this sentiment: to protect the myelin sheaths that are decaying in my brain, I need B1, B9, B12, Omega 3 Fatty Acids, and iodine. To protect my neurotransmitters, I need sulfur and B6. After researching which foods contained these in the highest concentrations, she began her new diet.
EVERY DAY, she ate:
– 3 cups of dark leafy greens
– 3 cups of sulfur-rich vegetables
– 3 cups of bright color
– grass-fed meats & organ meats
– wild fish
Within 9 months, Terry completely cured the MS doctors told her was incurable. THIS is the power of your diet. For Terry, this is what her body needed to heal. Yet across the world, people heal from ALL kinds of diets, for example raw vegan. This is because we are all bioindividual and come from different climates, blood types, and races.
I’m a truth seeker. And I can’t deny Kerry her truth. Is meat cancer-causing? Looking at Terry, I’d have to say NO. It’s absurd to say that eating meat automatically causes cancer, and not eating meat automatically cures disease. This is not black and white. However, her meat was high quality, grass-fed, and nutrient rich. If you choose to eat conventional meat, you will suffer from disease. Is there ONE diet for ALL humans? ALL diseases? NO. I’m happy that more and more people are becoming aware not only that food can heal… but that there is no one-size fits all diet, religion, or anything else. We all must find out what works for us.