Minding Your Mitochondria

For 7 years, Dr. Terry Wahls got the best care and the newest drugs to treat her MS but she continued to get more disabled. She could only walk short distances using two canes. She was losing her keys, her phones, and having nightmares that her clinical privileges at the hospital where she worked would be taken away.

Then she learned how to properly fuel her body. After 3 months of eating her new diet, she was able to walk short distances with only a cane. After 4 months, she no longer needed a cane and could walk throughout the hospital. At 5 months, she could ride her bike. By 9 months, she could ride 18 miles. Watch her inspirational story and learn how she cured her MS with a diet designed for a healthy nervous system.

Using the lessons she learned about nutrition for her mitochondria, she cured her MS and get out of her wheelchair using dietary intervention alone.

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