S4E51: MS Hope – A Conversation with Mathew Embry

Mathew Embry

Mathew Embry is an internationally recognized documentary filmmaker and advocate for people and families dealing with multiple sclerosis. After being diagnosed with MS in 1995, Mathew is currently symptom-free of MS and freely shares the science-based strategies he uses to control his MS on MS Hope.

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Questions: 

  • What are the core principles of the MS Hope approach? 

  • How does that align with Overcoming MS? 

  • What does a typical Matthew Embry day look like? 

  • How often should you exercise? 

  • I’ve heard you say, “No cheat days”. Does this apply to exercise? 

  • How do you measure progress? 

  • What type of exercise is best for people with MS? 

  • What about people with mobility problems? 

  • What about people with heat issues? 

  • More weight or more reps? 

  • One last question. For someone newly diagnosed with MS what would be your key piece of advice? 

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Coming up next: 

Tune in on May 4, 2022 for the next new episode of Ask Jack, featuring the prodigious culinary talents of professional chef, writer, and OMSer Jack McNulty answering food and cooking questions from our community that inform their healthy OMS lifestyle. In this instalment, Jack devours a topic many of us grill-loving folks are hungering to learn more about – meat replacements. 

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