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the diet proposed by this study is a meditarean type of diet combined with a fasting mimicking prelude
I feel Swank alone proved the first 12 words are incorrect.
There is a post on here where some members were trying fasting it has not been updated for ages.
in my own experience when i skip a meal i usual feel quite lousy physically, with weird symptoms appearing. i thought this study was interesting for discussion though.
I saw the Berlin version of this study on people...reduction of symptoms is good enough for me to give it a go!
I used this as a guide https://www.quora.com/What-is-an-exampl ... cking-diet and made up my own plan. I use chronometer to figure the correct percentages of foods I like to eat.
Day 1 going well so far :)
See "Fasting mimicking diet" thread for my experience with this :D
I wrote this in another forum thread, but thought I'd put it here as well: I was recently reminded of a video a friend sent me earlier this week. It is a report from Germany on fasting for health issues, and it specifically reports on a woman with MS and her doctor who tried a seven day fast to improve her symptoms. Based on what is shown in the video, it seemed to help her incredibly well. I am much more skeptical of the doctor's interest in a ketosis diet, though, as according to Dr. Longo this isn't successful/healthy and a mediterranean style diet (similar to OMS!) was shown to be much more effective. Once you open the link, you can go to the bottom of the video, click on settings, and choose 'Anglais' for English subtitles. https://www.arte.tv/fr/videos/071395-006-A/xenius/

The video I watched before doing the Fasting Mimicking Diet fast myself (as recommended by Dr. Valter Longo) is a quite technical interview of Dr. Longo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6PyyatqJSE (It specifically begins to address MS around 14min30sec).
Has anyone else had any experiences with a FMD?
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