Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Updated February 9, 2022

Multiple Sclerosis is a “neuro-degenerative” condition that has many causes and variations. It is still not clear if it is “auto-immune”.  The holistic approach involves searching for root causes, making dietary and lifestyle changes, and utilizing supplementation, detoxification and modalities including yoga and acupuncture. It has been very successful in many cases. Here is a sampling of resources.


Citicoline–A Candidate for Adjunct Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis.2021


Is Multiple Sclerosis an Autoimmune Disease.2012.Mayo

Role of inflammasomes in multiple sclerosis.2020

Should mast cells be considered therapeutic targets in multiple sclerosis.2020

MS-Gut Connection

Prevotella histicola, A Human Gut Commensal, Is as Potent as COPAXONE in an Animal Model of Multiple Sclerosis

Microbial monotherapy with Prevotella histicola for patients with multiple sclerosis.2019.Mayo

Stem Cells as Potential Targets of Polyphenols in Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer’s Disease.2018

Terry Wahls MD healed her MS w the Paleo diet and other means. She has a book. Here is a webinar:

Video by Terry Wahls “Dietary Approaches to Reducing MS Related Symptoms

The medication Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been used with some success in calming down the autoimmune response of the immune system and is used a good amount in the alternative MS community.

Food as Medicine

Ginger-Grilled Sirloin Salad with Watercress Salad _ Berkeley Wellness.r

MS Meds (reference only)