Do not take this information as personal medical advice. Do not change your diet if you are ill or on medication without the advice of a qualified health care provider (your physician, for example). More detailed information is found in The McDougall Program - 12 Days to Dynamic Health (Plume 1990) in your bookstore.
Too few people are told that within 10 years of diagnosis nearly half of those with Multiple Sclerosis will be unable to walk unassisted, wheelchair bound, bedridden or dead from their disease – even with the best treatments available. With this hard look at the reality of MS more people would be interested in a treatment that is cost-free, side-effect free and stops the disease in over 90% of those people with early disease. The low-fat diet treatment for MS was developed by Roy Swank, MD, former head of the department of Neurology at the
Oregon Health & Science University. He has treated over 5000 people over the past 50 years and the results are remarkable.