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The whole purpose of this blog is to share what I’ve learned, and what has helped me through life living with Multiple Sclerosis.

I’m 35 years old, and was diagnosed on July 22, 2001. It’s been quite an interesting path to where I am now. I’ve never had the mindset that it was a death sentence. I’ve always believed that I would be symptom free one day.

Near the beginning this journey I had an exacerbation which significantly affected my eyesight–the only way I could see was with an eye patch. Extreme balance issues had put me in a wheelchair. I literally spoke in a slurred whisper when I felt as if I were screaming, and half of my entire body was completely numb. That was then, and this is now. Those issues have been resolved.

I’m technically not “cured” from MS, and do still have some issues like poor memory etc. I am still hanging on, but I do believe all of my abilities that I had before MS will all go back to their pre-MS state again.

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Juicing as a MS treatment.

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I ran across a youtube video or videos about whole foods and MS.  The one that grabbed me was one on juicing as a MS treatment.  Juicing and whole foods were things that were completely foreign to me but was intrigued.  All of the people in these videos had MS but no longer felt it all anymore which was an obvious decision maker to me.  But, still had no idea what to do or how to do it.

I went to Barnes and Noble and picked up books on juicing as well as one on the 80/10/10 diet.  The 80/10/10 was inspired by other youtube videos and just in case I couldn’t drink every meal and it turned into a good idea.  So i rushed back home to read these books as quickly as I could and devour the information like they were food them selves.

Not having the money to buy a juicer I grabbed a hand full of strawberries, a banana, handful of blue berries, and a avocado for the fats in it, and almond milk.  Put them on the counter as well as the blender that my parents have.  Thew them all in and blended them all together and had my first taste of what’ll be my health potion as I like to call it.  Doing this for a month I dropped about 30 lbs, didn’t eat any more red meat which was a goal of mine, and had more energy that I can remember.  In short, I loved and love it!

I know everybodies body is different and requires different amounts, and different things so I’d never tell you to do exactly what I did or doing.  But, this has worked miracles for me.  :)

treat MS with acupuncture

I found the one thing that works for me to stop a MS exacerbation in it’s tracks at least for me. There’s so much to acupuncture that I’m not going to attempt to provide a full explanation on why or how it works, but my point is to just let you know more into how it came about.

I was going to school for acupuncture in Santa Cruz, Ca and overheard a teacher talking about dr. Zhu. Dr. Zhu has his own style that is one that the needles just go into the patients scalp. I was intrigued by this and went right home and looked him up on my computer. At that very second I was not having any MS issues so it was to satisfy my own curiosity. My housemate at the time did have experience with his ex wife getting treatments from him and spoke very highly of his abilities. I saved his information as a “just in case”

On month later I was having some issues and I immediately gave his office a call an made an appointment. 5 days later I drove up to San Jose to go to my appointment excited, but still not having any idea what the outcome would be. I was barely able to walk, and Dr Zhu’s office is on the second level. I ended up making it up the stairs with a bit of a struggle, but I made it.

After meeting the man that would be my newest hero (Dr. Zhu) he put about 10-15 needles in my head, and had me lay down for an hour. Once I woke up from the nap that I seem to have every acupuncture treatment I walked out of the room. Completely amazed that I had strong legs, and wasn’t about to fall over like I had while stumbling up the stairs. I paid, smiled, and continued to the those dreaded stairs. Than the most amazing thing happened. I literally jumped down the stairs. The same stairs I could barely make it up on my first attempt.

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