Wondering about the intersection between osteoporosis and Multiple Sclerosis?
Interested in learning about the recent ground-breaking research on lifestyle changes that can help reduce Multiple Sclerosis and autoimmune symptoms?
Curious what you can do today to eat better and move better for more energy, less brain fog, and chronic pain reduction?
I sat down with Multiple Sclerosis expert and respected researcher Dr. Terry Wahls, MD, and we explore the little known connection between Multiple Sclerosis and osteoporosis, and the impact that diet and lifestyle improvements can have in both conditions.
0:00 – Episode start
2:25 – The connection between MS and osteoporosis
3:20 – What is Multiple Sclerosis and what is happening in the body when you have it?
6:51 – Can you share your personal story with MS?
16:13 – Can you share more about your clinical research? What are the most impactful results you’ve found?
26:33 – How do diet studies differ from drug studies?
29:41 – Do you expect scientists will find a drug that helps people grow more myelin?
30:47 – What are some actionable items people living with MS can start doing today to start feeling better?
33:22 – How do you coach the patients you work with to make the dietary adjustments you recommend? How do you focus on abundance?
38:39 – If you could give one starting piece of advice to those with MS, what would it be?
42:19 – Can you tell us about your current research projects?
43:18 – Where can people find you?
You can find Dr. Terry’s resources below!
>> Click here to download the Wahls™ Diet Cheat Sheet! – it’s a one page summary of the diet that Dr. Wahls is used in her clinics and clinical trials to restore cellular health. Great for the refrigerator.
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About Dr. Terry Wahls, MD:
Dr. Terry Wahls is an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner and conducts clinical trials in the setting of Multiple Sclerosis. In 2018 she was awarded the Institute for Functional Medicine’s Linus Pauling Award for her contributions in research, clinical care, and patient advocacy. She is the author of The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles, and the cookbook, The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life.
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