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Hi Nikola,

alright, the vitamin D-level is important; so working on that has to be your issue.

I personally am against all kind of drugs, but many of us think it is best to take (only in the beginning ?).
For me food is the drug, and nothing else.
I used to take a lot of supplements, but I stopped them all a month ago (except vitamin D (7000 IU)).
I am eating so healthy now, that supplements aren't necessary anymore.

Don't bother what the doctor/neurologist say: they present the medical establishment.
Well: they have done very well the last 50 years: m.s. is almost out of the world (meant cynical of course).

It al takes time: first 1 1/2 years I stayed just stabile. Last 5 months are going better (it's beautiful).

All the best,
Jossi
Very interesting answers, you all are right and I'm definitely going to take more of vit D, immediately. Maybe that's the reason why there was new lesions on my MRI results.
Jossi I'm really glad for your achievement! It's great what you've done with just healthy lifestyle. I hope you will do better and better!
I also started the diet, although I still just can't renounce dairy products, I do my best and I hope one day I will make it! :D
Wishing the best to all of you and thank you for your answers! :)
Nikola have you listened to the podcast on dairy? See what you think.

Nikola Iglarova wrote: Very interesting answers, you all are right and I'm definitely going to take more of vit D, immediately. Maybe that's the reason why there was new lesions on my MRI results.
Jossi I'm really glad for your achievement! It's great what you've done with just healthy lifestyle. I hope you will do better and better!
I also started the diet, although I still just can't renounce dairy products, I do my best and I hope one day I will make it! :D
Wishing the best to all of you and thank you for your answers! :)
Dx 1992 OMS 25-2-09
RE quitting dairy. As with the rest of the dietary changes, it seems a lot more daunting than it is, as our tastes change more quickly and completely than we expect.

Cheese is the difficult thing, and you'd want to avoid that anyway because of the saturated fat.

I find that soy yoghurts are perfectly nice, soy milk (or almond milk) is fine in coffee. I've taken to drinking tea black, so I go for specialist teas like Earl Grey, Darjeeling, green tea or Lady Grey rather than, say, PG Tips or Tetley (these standard black teas being a bit too bitter for me without milk).
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