Great to read about you doing so well. It's so empowering to know that you CAN do something to deal with MS isn't it?
But, we must admit, we were thinking along the same lines as Janice when we saw the list of supplements you were taking. Is this the Best Bet diet that you're following?
I know that after my husband's diagnosis we checked out a number of things. Our first line of attack was the advice in Judy Graham's book so initially we planned a regime based primarily on Swank principles, backed up with a LOT of supplements.
After about a month two things alarmed us about this -
1. We realised, very early on, that Evening Primrose was absolutely NOT right for us and that led into further investigation about supplementation with Omega 6. AND if we were taking so many supplements were there others that were wrong, and possibly detrimental?
2. We were generally unconvinced about the whole supplement thing (and the potential lifelong cost) How would we know what 'pills' were working and which were a waste of money. Which ones could you potentially remove?
That's why we're now more into the OMS regime. To us the diet (and healing via basic foods) makes a lot of sense, as does the Vitamin D supplementation as there's more than enough evidence to back this up. Still learning about relaxation and not there yet with the amount of additional fish oil - but getting there.
Touch wood things are going well - two steps forward, one back perhaps - but still going forward.
Hope you don't mind the comments - again, so glad you're doing well.
Best of health.