OMS Q&A With Dr Jonathan White

February 9, 2018

We recently asked you to submit questions about MS and the OMS Recovery Program on Facebook for Dr Jonathan White to answer.

Jonathan himself was diagnosed with RRMS in October 2015, and has been following the OMS Recovery Program ever since. He is a regular fundraiser for OMS, having taken part in 10 km and half-marathon runs.

See Jonathan’s answers to your questions by watching the YouTube playlist below. Click the button in the top left hand corner to bring up the list of videos. If you want to watch them all back-to-back, they will play automatically.

Question 1: What’s the difference between the first and second Overcoming MS books?

Question 2: What MS symptoms will the OMS Recovery Program help with?

Question 3: Why is coconut oil not allowed on the OMS Recovery Program?

Question 4: What should I consider when transferring from the NHS to private doctor for a B12 injection?

Question 5: How accurate is a MRI for the severity and progression of Relapse-Remitting MS (RRMS)?

Question 6: Which is better for MS – Paleo diet or OMS Recovery Program?

Question 7: Advice on stopping Copaxone and other DMDs

Question 8: Tips for handling stress to prevent harmful MS symptoms

Question 9: Are sheep’s or goat’s milk suitable for someone with multiple sclerosis?

To see Dr Jonathan White in person, join us for our next one day event in Belfast on the 4th of March. Click here to book your tickets!

9 thoughts on ‘OMS Q&A With Dr Jonathan White

  1. Hi, I’m Lenka and I have just listen all your advises in your video. Thank you very much it’s very educational and Very big Thank you for answering one of my question. I will definitely follow your advice. With love and good health yours sincerely Lenka 💚

  2. Wow. Thanks for these relevant questions, and clear understandable answers!
    I have been guided by George since 2001 and have reached a stage of revisiting the principles I learned back then. I am impressed with all the new evidence confirming a program that has kept me well for so long! And all the new ideas to go on with. Thanks OMS.org!

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