‘Brain Fog’ explained

By Amy Williams on February 2, 2016

Cognitive issues, colloquially known as ‘Brain Fog’, are a common complaint of people with MS, with an estimated 70% of people progressing to report problems with thinking, concentration or memory

Cambridge research concludes vitamin D could be a treatment for MS

By Amy Williams on January 5, 2016

We reported recently that researchers at the University of Utah had published a study showing that vitamin D3 has the effect of stabilising the vascular endothelium (lining of blood vessels) and preventing leakage from them, a process which is believed by many to be greatly involved in the causation and progression of MS

Vitamin D3 stabilises the lining of blood vessels

By George Jelinek on December 17, 2015

In this study, the US researchers have shown that vitamin D3, the form that we have recommended to be taken in pill form, which is not the final form of vitamin D, in its own right has the effect of stabilising the vascular endothelium and preventing leakage from blood vessels

Is inflammation really the cause of MS?

By George Jelinek on December 15, 2015

A new study published online yesterday in Nature Neuroscience has again raised an important possibility about how MS develops. Examining a mouse model of MS, the researchers used a specific toxin to destroy the cells that produce myelin in the central nervous system, the oligodendrocytes

Diet Can Improve Multiple Sclerosis

By Web Editor on December 14, 2015

Well-known health writer Dr Sarah Brewer has written an article on the OMS program and HOLISM research on her website. It’s an interesting piece and we have reproduced it in full below

Diet drinks linked to major cardiovascular problems

By Amy Williams on November 30, 2015

Whilst we recommend that you avoid refined sugar on the OMS program, it’s equally important that you don’t treat ‘diet’ versions of your favourite drinks as the healthy alternative