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Hello

I don't know if you have seen this website? It is authored by a girl who is using Prof Coimbra's approach, succesfully.
http://mscure.aussieblogs.com.au/the-bl ... eatment-3/

There are many related sites and Facebook pages, The following is in Portuguese but you can get a rough (very rough) translation by using Google Translate, and has many, many testimonies from Prof. Coimbra's patients.
https://vitaminadporumaoutraterapia.wor ... poimentos/

I found it interesting that both OMS and Prof Coimbra's protocol seem to be successful. I wonder if it is because Vitamin D malabsorbtion results in auto immune dieases, so, taking i(ndividually prescribed) mega doses of Vitamin D is effective. The OMS protocol meanwhile is also effective, perhaps because, if you look at some of the things which prevent Vitamin D from metabolising, they include, saturated fats, low fibre, refined sugar, smoking, and stress, all of which are avoided in the OMS protocol.. So the change in lifestyle factors allows Vitamin D to metabolise.I am hypothesising, but it does otherwise seem odd that both protocols are successful, unless they are related

It would be interesting to know if any of Professor Coimbra's patients were already following OMS and if so, do they need less Vitamin D than if they had not been following it.
Good luck.
You could well be right seing nearly every cell in the body has s receptor for vit D. In other words it makes most of the processes work properly.

Evidence clearly shows vit D, sat fat and omega 3 fats have a huge part to play in MS.
Dx 1992 OMS 25-2-09
It would be interesting to know if any of Professor Coimbra's patients were already following OMS and if so, do they need less Vitamin D than if they had not been following it.


Annejamie, no.
Coimbra patients are on low calcium diet. Usually diet recommendations below are given, unless patient takes super mega doses or in other words more than 100,000IU. I have met some people, who took 180,000IU per day :)

Not allowed:
milk
yogurt
Cream cheese (like Philadelphia)
Melted cheese
Tofu
Cottage cheese
Sheep or goat cheese
cheese fondue
chocolate fondue
All cheeses are (generally)
Soy cream
Condensed milk
Whipped cream
soy
soy beverages
Rice milk (except if without calcium)
ice cream
Oat milk (except if without calcium)
Corn milk (except if without calcium)
Evaporated milk desserts
Cakes made from cheese, milk or cream
Pizza with cheese
Annona fruit
Acai berries

Allowed, but recommends to restrict:
Small sandwiches with cheese (every 2 weeks)
Coconut water (1 cup per week)
Coconut milk (200 ml per week)
Walnuts or almonds or hazelnuts or other nuts (1 tablespoon per week)
beer
wine
bananas
butter
chicken *
Red meat *
Sausages **

* Meat excessive consumption not recommended because of the significant heterocyclic amines that are formed during baking. Because of carcinogenic potential of these materials (especially poultry), restriction is recommended.
**All products (salami, ham, sausage, etc.) has a lot of nitrosamines.

Allowed without any restrictions:
bread
Cakes (without condensed milk, cream, cheese)
Biscuits without filling
marshmallows
Pasta, lasagna (without cheese)
rice
Beans, lentils, peas other leguminous vegetables
corn
Cornmeal
Mashed potatoes
eggs
mushrooms
mayonnaise
Marmalade
tea
coffee
natural juice
Canned juice (can not be soy based)
Gelatin
fish
Leafy vegetables (lettuce, etc.)
other vegetables
fruit
oats
corn
Dx 2015-02 (RRMS), REBIF 2015-03 till 2015-07, OMS 2015-05, High vit D. doses 2015-08
Hi everyone, maybe the videos and articles below help someone.


Worldwide list of doctors that follows Coimbra's approach: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewe ... UmwkHjTeoA

Coimbra's Videos with English Subtitles:

-There is a short documentary developed in Brazil talking about this treatment. It has English subtitles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erAgu1XcY-U

-This is a interview with Dr. Coimbra made by and Italian doctor Leonardo Rubini. There are Italian and English subtitles. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOfO29rL-gI

-In this website there are a lot of testimonies. All the videos have English subtitles: http://www.vitaminadmedicinaesaude.com. ... s-english/

-Dr. Holick and Dr. Coimbra message: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cs5OXqyd8bk


[b]Article:
-Vitamin D Wiki with an article about this treatment: http://www.vitamindwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page_id=5279
Check below the brain lesions vanishing after only 2 years following the Coimbra's protocol.


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Worldwide list of doctors that follows Coimbra's approach: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=zcCNI7XUuw0Y.kPUmwkHjTeoA
Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
I fear it may be too good to be true.
A very interesting read.
Blueberry wrote: Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
I fear it may be too good to be true.
A very interesting read.



Hi Blueberry,

Some people have astonishing results. They are 100% well again.

Some people get well but not like before (I mean before they get MS)

But 95% improve a lot. With all autoimmune diseases. Not only MS.

If you want to read more about it check my post here:
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http://www.thisisms.com/forum/regimens-f22/topic27128.html
If anyone would enter today keywords "vitamin D" "high dose" "multiple sclerosis" in google search, you all will be surprised how many sites published articles in the past 24 hours that high dose vitamin D could treat MS.
Dx 2015-02 (RRMS), REBIF 2015-03 till 2015-07, OMS 2015-05, High vit D. doses 2015-08
It does sound too good to be true, but very promising.

Can I be completely ignorant and ask why the low calcium diet? How does it interfere with Vit D?
Diagnosed August 2015
OMS November 2015
OMS Retreat May 2016
LadyBug41 wrote: It does sound too good to be true, but very promising.

Can I be completely ignorant and ask why the low calcium diet? How does it interfere with Vit D?


Vitamin D helps you absorb calcium. Traditional Western diet approach has been to deal with the low vitamin D by increasing dairy so there's no calcium deficiency and, therefore, no rickets.

If you increase vitamin D, you don't need dairy as normal vegetables have enough calcium, but if you increase vitamin D enough, you might end up with too much calcium and kidney stones etc., so therefore, you need to reduce calcium as you increase vitamin D.

Hope that makes sense.
OMS since 17/08/2015
Diagnosis 28/05/2015 - 22/09/2015
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