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    Despite my earlier skepticism, I’m on board now. I may write more later, but after 20 plus years with this beast working on me and some significant setbacks, I was in a dark place and decided to really try something new. So, I ended up adopting a paleo-keto diet, lost 50 plus pounds, and I feel much better all the way around, brain wise. I never could quite do more than 3 or so cups a day of kale but I’m now thinking I should try “all in” on the Wahl’s diet. I know a low carb/ no sugar diet is a winner. GO GREEN!

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    Good to hear from you, Brad, and about the positive changes you are going through! Sometimes, when we hit bottom like you mentioned (in a dark place), we find the inner strength to change the narrative. You are an inspiration and can't wait to hear more about your story.

    Keep doing what you are doing.
    1st sx '89 Dx '99 w/RRMS - SP since 2010
    Administrator Message Boards/Moderator

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      #3
      Originally posted by Brad1138 View Post
      Despite my earlier skepticism, I’m on board now. I may write more later, but after 20 plus years with this beast working on me and some significant setbacks, I was in a dark place and decided to really try something new. So, I ended up adopting a paleo-keto diet, lost 50 plus pounds, and I feel much better all the way around, brain wise. I never could quite do more than 3 or so cups a day of kale but I’m now thinking I should try “all in” on the Wahl’s diet. I know a low carb/ no sugar diet is a winner. GO GREEN!
      That is fantastic, Brad!

      Thank you for sharing your successful experience with the diet changes.

      I've made changes in diet over the years too, with very good results.

      Anything to help us is worth a try!
      PPMS for 22 years (dx 1998)
      ~ Worrying will not take away tomorrow's troubles ~ But it will take away today's peace. ~

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        #4
        That’s awesome! Good for you Brad!
        Diagnosed 1984
        “Lightworkers aren’t here to avoid the darkness…they are here to transform the darkness through the illuminating power of love.” Muses from a mystic

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          #5
          Originally posted by Brad1138 View Post
          Despite my earlier skepticism, I’m on board now. I may write more later, but after 20 plus years with this beast working on me and some significant setbacks, I was in a dark place and decided to really try something new. So, I ended up adopting a paleo-keto diet, lost 50 plus pounds, and I feel much better all the way around, brain wise. I never could quite do more than 3 or so cups a day of kale but I’m now thinking I should try “all in” on the Wahl’s diet. I know a low carb/ no sugar diet is a winner. GO GREEN!
          That is SO COOL, and glad your brain is feeling good. After a while of "eating well," it really does start to taste good too! Here's to your health.

          All the best, ~G

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            #6
            Let me add something: I do believe Ocrevus has been a big help as well.
            My recent MRI reveals that in the wreckage that once was my brain, things are calm.

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