Whole-Foods Diet May Protect Against Leaky Gut and Multiple Sclerosis Progression

Whole-Foods Diet May Protect Against Leaky Gut and Multiple Sclerosis Progression
A decade ago, Shahram Lavasani, PhD, from Lund University in Sweden, was hard-pressed to find fellow scientists who agreed “leaky gut syndrome” could play a role in multiple sclerosis. “Back then, the scientists and professionals did not believe in involvement of the gastrointestinal tract in development of ‘extraintestinal’ autoimmune disease,” said Dr. Lavasani in a

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  1. Mary Ferrara says:

    First diagnosed with thyroid disease, then crohns, then MS; I started taking acidophilus with my Crohn’s disease when mega doses of sulfursalazine did nothing. In two weeks I was a new women,. In 2 months I threw away the antibiotics. I have no evidence of Crohn’s disease, however, it did not stop the MS. There may be a relationship with the gut and MS as I strongly believe the gut is going to lead to a lot of discoveries and cures, but it is only part of this complicated puzzle.

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