I have been for a few years on the diet and have recovered completely from all MS symptoms. So everything in my life was going just great, as healthy as can be and strong as ever.
Last week I went and got myself a Hepatitis B vaccine to complete my travel vaccines package (they do A and B and now it was B's turn).
A few hours after the vaccine I felt incredibly tired and went to sleep early that day. Next day I woke up with vision problems and mood swings (crying spells). My vision wasn't blurry but everything looked too bright with some kind of aura around everything. This was not a migraine, but it took a few days before I ruled the possibility out.
I believe the damage from the chemicals or virus in the vaccine kept happening over 2 days, I was crying 2 days straight and my vision did not improve but thankfully it didn't get worse. On the third day the mood swings stopped, I started to smile and had lots of energy despite the vision problems. However I still needed more sleep than usual.
It was clearly the vaccine because I hadn't strayed off the diet at all so there was no reason to get sick. All these days my body felt like it was going through some kind of detox, excessive thirst for water, runny nose, muscle aches, upset stomach. (I've done detox before and I know the symptoms pretty well)
After day 3 I started seeing clearly for a few minutes per day before the brightness came back again. Yesterday I managed to read for half an hour even because my vision cleared up. Today is day 5 and it is still not normal but getting less and less bright by the minute. I hope tomorrow it is even better, time to stop being sick and go back to school. Only today can I write on the computer, before I couldnt read or write anything on it!
I must say that the rate of recovery is unbelievably fast, I attribute it to the fact that this was not a natural worsening but induced by chemicals/viruses (vaccination). Therefore my body had all the strength to detox from the attack and start healing. I must thank the founders of the diet because I would be in a much worse place without them.
I will share my list of supplements I eat everyday to keep healthy and must mention here that I haven't taken any medication whatsoever for the past half year and use only organic products on my body, I am almost chemical free!
I take: multivitamins, extra vitamin D3, ginkgo, fish oil, chlorophyll and ginseng.
I have added ashwagandha and colloidal sylver to combat the vaccination effects for a while.
If anyone has questions please feel free to ask, I am more than ready to help and share my story!
I am at my wits end here. I have been following the recommended eating regimine for a year and like others when I started I was using a regular cane to walk. Now I can barely use a quad cane and often use a walker. The only time I go out is for doctor appointments. I am just getting depressed about this. But, I do know one thing for sure. I can never and will never go back to eating the way I used to. Having made the mistake of eating the wrong thing for me without thinking, within minutes, I could not walk. I did it deliberately a second time to be sure and let's just say, I'M SURE! So I am convinced what we eat is key. Now re: CCSVI which I am very interested in, what type of doctor should we see first about this? Because I know my neuro shrugged it off when I just mentioned it. For a while I fell off the info train re: CCSVI. Because it is still relatively new, are people still having good reults and are the results lasting long term so far? Any info would be of help while I catch up on my CCSVI research. Thank you!
I've been following the MS Recovery Diet for almost 2 1/2 years now... with great success. I am STILL amazed at the distinct (& usually very fast) correlation between what I eat and how I feel. I am definitely committed to the diet. However, I was just looking over our credit card bill, and categorizing and adding everything up (which I don't always do)... I know that our grocery bill is second to our mortgage, but was astonished to see that we had spent $670 on groceries last month (family of four)! Now, that did include two or three holiday meals, but even so... Ack! What do you do to keep your grocery bill lower?
I haven't had a chance to do this yet, but a friend of mine (a SUPER-couponer... the kind that gets $ back), suggested e-mailing some of the brands I use, explaining that I am following a special diet, and that it is really hard to find coupons... can they do anything to help. So, I would like to try that sometime, but was wondering what any of you might do to help keep things from getting out of control. I should also add, that there are months where costs are much lower, and then it seems like I run out of almost everything at once, and have to go on a buying binge. But still... any help would be GREATLY appreciated!
My husband's boss can't eat dairy, but shared with me that she can eat raw milk cheese. Dairy is a huge trigger for me (crazy fatigue), so I have been hesitant to try. But, I figured that I would give it a try and if it didn't work out, I would just feed to my kids and hubby. Guess what?! I was very surprised to find out that it did not effect me! I couldn't believe it! Very exciting... has anyone else tried it?
Hi, im new to this but have been following the diet on and off for years. I feel like im reacting to everything the only thing i dont react to is water. How do i find out what my safe foods are? Im also worried about once i have found a safe foods i dont want to react to that food so cant eat it all the time. Ive also found that if i dont eat at all - i have my symptoms greatly reduced?