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Multiple sclerosis

A DAILY SUPPLEMENT PROTOCOL
To help correct autoimmune disorders and protect against free-radical injury to the myelin sheath, the multi-ingredient Lifes Anti-Oxidant Mega should be taken in doses of 3 capsules 2-3 times daily . In addition, 2 capsules of Life Complete Multivitamin and mineral should be taken daily. Men also should take 2 extra Multi-mineral tablets per day, and women should take a combination of 2 Calcium-D3 capsules and 4 Life-Magnesium capsules per day. These formulas contain important minerals that have helped both male and female MS patients.

To protect the myelin sheath against a deficiency of essential fatty acids, 6 capsules a day of Life-oil ,(witch is a combination of essential fish oils and GLA borage oil) These oils help to suppress autoimmune reactions and provide the building blocks to help rebuild the myelin sheath.
Curcumin from the spice turmeric may provide neuro-protection and slow erosion of the myelin shield. Two to five capsules of Curcumin may be taken for therapeutic purposes.
Acetyl-L-carnitine (1000 mg twice per day) and alpha-lipoic acid (500 mg twice per day) should be taken to provide myelin sheath protection and energy enhancement to the nerve fibers. Also, Lifes Coenzyme Q10 in doses of 50 mg 3 times per day can be especially important for MS patients. The addition sublingual (taken under the tongue) vitamin B12 in the form of methylcobalamin could be beneficial.

Acetyl-L-carnitine is an energy-producing amino acid that may offer protection against the harmful effects on the brain of nitrosative stress in people with MS. The typical daily dose of acetyl-L-carnitine in healthy people is 2 to 4 500-mg capsules taken with water on an empty stomach. For therapeutic use, 1 500-mg capsule every 4 hours on an empty stomach is suggested or as directed by a health care professional.
Research for MS found that the following protocol measures are well represented by several research groups. The dietary and supplemental measures that may be taken to help anyone with MS include the following:
1.Strict dietary measures should be taken to avoid animal fats, processed sugars, alcohol, glutens, and dairy products. These dietary constraints may be difficult for many with MS to adopt.
2.MacDougall’s parting remark concerning diet was, “A diet must be tailor-made to suit a specific metabolism.” Track and record dietary changes and adjust based on nutritional needs and allergies.
3.To follow the protocol as above.

 
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