Healing Multiple Sclerosis naturally

10th September 2018PureNakedVegan

Vitamins, Minerals & Herbs in MS

Lions Mane Mushroom –

Biotin Multiple Sclerosis

biotin also is known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H

brewer’s yeast, nuts,  Swiss chard

Can biotin help treat multiple sclerosis?

High Dose Biotin as Treatment for Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (P3.039)

High doses of biotin in chronic progressive multiple sclerosis: a pilot study.

Biotin Disease Treatment Multiple sclerosis

High dose biotin as treatment for progressive multiple sclerosis.

MD1003 (high-dose biotin) for the treatment of progressive multiple sclerosis: A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.

Effect of MD1003 in Spinal Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS-SPI)

Intersections of pathways involving biotin and iron relative to therapeutic mechanisms for progressive multiple sclerosis.

MD1003 is under study for its potential capacity to promote myelin synthesis, impact disease progression and improve disability in people with primary and secondary progressive MS.

Article:

High dose biotin withdrawn from European licensing

Can biotin help treat multiple sclerosis?

Using Biotin? It Could Impact Your Lab Results

High-dose Biotin Triples Relapse Rate in Primary-Progressive MS

High-Dose Biotin Leading to Pseudohyperthyroidism in Multiple Sclerosis

CBD – Cannabinoid Multiple Sclerosis

The Cannabinoid Use in Progressive Inflammatory brain Disease (CUPID) trial

Vitamins

A review on potential roles of vitamins in incidence, progression, and improvement of multiple sclerosis.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A and Alzheimer’s disease.

vitamin E acetylcysteine

Vitamin D

NOTE: Vitamin D and K research

NOTE: People are taking vitamin D supplements but don’t realize how it gets metabolized. Without magnesium, vitamin D is not really useful.

Role of vitamin D in the onset, progression, and severity of multiple sclerosis.

Vitamin D and multiple sclerosis: review of a possible association.

Impact of vitamin D in neurological diseases and neurorehabilitation: from dementia to multiple sclerosis. Part I: the role of vitamin D in the prevention and treatment of multiple sclerosis

The Synergistic Interplay between Vitamins D and K for Bone and Cardiovascular Health

Vitamin D3

combine with vitamin K2

Vitamin Ks

Vitamin K1

green leafy vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli and spinach

Vitamin K2

abundant in fermented foods

Vitamin K2 in multiple sclerosis patients.

Research progress on the anticancer effects of vitamin K2.

Article: How Vitamin K is Good for the Brain and Alzheimer’s Prevention

Article: Vitamin K2 – The new vitamin D in MS?

vitamin b complex

Is there a Link between Vitamin B and Multiple Sclerosis?

Vitamin B1 – Thiamine

Converts food to energy aids in mental focus and brain function

nutritional yeast, coriander, pine nuts, Jerusalem artichokes, hibiscus tea, watermelon, whole grains,  soymilk, soybeans, rice bran, wheat germ, sunflower seeds, macadamia nuts (or butter), tahini, sesame seeds, spirulina, green peas, most beans, asparagus

High dose thiamine improves fatigue in multiple sclerosis

Vitamin B3 – Niacin

aids in mental focus and brain function

Vitamin B9 – Folate

Merges with Vitamin B12 and Vitamin C to utilize proteins and is essential for healthy brain development

Vitamin B12, folate, and homocysteine levels and multiple sclerosis: A meta-analysis

Folic acid with or without vitamin B12 for cognition and dementia.

Vitamin B6 – pyridoxine

aids in maintaining homeostasis, prevents anxiety by helping the amino acid tryptophan convert to niacin and serotonin for healthy nerve function

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12, demyelination, remyelination and repair in multiple sclerosis.

Article: Vitamin B12 – Other names: cobalamin, hydroxocobalamin, Cobalin-H

lipoic acid

Lipoic acid (also known as alpha lipoic acid) is an antioxidant

Foods – lipoic acid in very low amounts. They include spinach, broccoli, yams, potatoes, yeast, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, carrots, beets, and rice bran.

Lipoic acid in secondary progressive MS

coenzyme q10

creatine

nitrogenous organic acid

energy for muscle contractions

Creatine Enhances Mitochondrial-Mediated Oligodendrocyte Survival After Demyelinating Injury

Effect of creatine supplementation on muscle capacity in individuals with multiple sclerosis

chrysin

Neuroprotective effects of chrysin: From chemistry to medicine.

Read our page Chrysin

Luteolin

Luteolin as a potential preventive and therapeutic candidate for Alzheimer’s disease.

Luteolin as an anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective agent: A brief review.

Read our page Luteolin

Carotenoids

Molecular Anti-inflammatory Mechanisms of Retinoids and Carotenoids in Alzheimer’s Disease

Carotenoids and Alzheimer’s disease: an insight into therapeutic role of retinoids in animal models.

iodine

Seaweed, kelp

selenium – mineral

Brazil Nuts, chai seeds, whole grains, cashews

cognitive function

Found this interesting reading “sugary foods like baked goods and sweetened beverages can actually leach minerals like selenium from the body”

Selenium: What it does and how much you need

Is Selenium Helpful or Harmful in MS? This Antioxidant Has an Ambiguous Role in MS

Selenium in chronic neurologic diseases. Multiple sclerosis and Batten’s disease.

Magnesium

Article: Multiple Sclerosis: Magnesium, Selenium, Iodine and Mercury Connection

Ashwagandha?? – Ayurveda Medicine – have been suggested to have beneficial effects for MS-associated symptoms, including fatigue, spasticity, anxiety, depression, and pain.

Omega 3

Chia Seeds, Flaxseeds, Walnuts,

Zinc

Zinc in Multiple Sclerosis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Neuropathic Pain

Nutmeg and St John Wort
Herbal medicinal products or preparations for neuropathic pain
Capsaicin (Pepper)
Topical capsaicin (high concentration) for chronic neuropathic pain in adults.
Cannabis
Cannabis-based medicines for chronic neuropathic pain in adults

Plantbased Diet

Article: Multiple sclerosis symptoms improved with fruit and veg

Influence of Diet in Multiple Sclerosis: A Systematic Review.

Article: Multiple sclerosis: Antioxidant may slow disease progression

Sulfur Rich food

Diet & Doctors

Swank diet

Ornish Diet

Dr. John McDougall

T Colin Campbell

Coimbra protocol – High Doses of Vitamin D for autoimmune Diseases

Multiple Sclerosis and Plant-Based Nutrition 

dr. terry wahls mitochondria diet

Natural anti-inflammatory

Devils Claw – harpogosides

rheumatic and arthritic and digestive problems

side effects can reactivate old ulcers, powerful anti-coagulant can cause internal bleeding. Should never used with aspirin, ibuprofen, NSAIDs and anti-coagulants

curcumin

white willow bark extract

ginger

Boswellia – Frankincense

Foods to Avoid

Gluten

Dairy

Inflammatory foods

Nutrition & Multiple Sclerosis

Nutrition Facts in Multiple Sclerosis

The molecular basis of nutritional intervention in multiple sclerosis: a narrative review.

Nutrition facts in multiple sclerosis.

Diet, Gut Microbiota, and Vitamins D + A in Multiple Sclerosis.

Dopamine, T cells and multiple sclerosis (MS).

Fasting-like diet reduces multiple sclerosis symptoms

Is there a link between vitamin B and multiple sclerosis?

Latitude, Vitamin D, Melatonin, and Gut Microbiota Act in Concert to Initiate Multiple Sclerosis: A New Mechanistic Pathway.

Books:

Multiple Sclerosis and (lots of) Vitamin D: My Eight-Year Treatment with The Coimbra Protocol for Autoimmune Diseases – Ana Claudia Domene

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: The Evidence-based 7 Step Recovery Program – George Jelinek

Wahls Protocol, The : A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles – Terry L. Wahls, M.D.

Older Addition – Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: An Evidence-Based Guide to Recovery – George Jelinek

Articles:

Natural Remedy Dos and Don’ts for Multiple Sclerosis

Bloggers:

Dinosaurs, Donkeys and MS

Tripping On Air

My new Normals

Additional Research

SerpinB1 controls encephalitogenic T helper cells in neuroinflammation
Targeting a rogue T cell prevents and reverses multiple sclerosis in mice

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