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YEG MS Podcast Episode #4; Weddings, Politics, and Jo Reiling

  YEG MS Podcast Episode #4; Weddings, Politics, and Jo Reiling- In this episode I had the pleasure of talking to Jo Reiling. I’ve know Jo since at least 1999 or 2000 and before either of us had MS. After I end an unrelated rant involving weddings and Canadian politics, Jo and I discuss her journey …

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Training update; first month in the bag

  Training update; first month in the bag- One month down, just just under four to go. As expected, the training for the, “Really Long Run to End MS,” (Run Facebook Page)  has been the hardest physical challenge I’ve ever had to endure. However, after heeding some advice and a successful weekend of training, I am …

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Training; the first two weeks

Training; the first two weeks- In the fall I had been training for my “Really Long Run to End MS,” but it was looser (i.e. much easier for me to justify taking a day off). Now, with 18 weeks to go until the bug run, I don’t have the leisure of taking unscheduled breaks. I’m …

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Satisfying sandwich and back from my hiatus

Satisfying sandwich and back from my hiatus- I forgot a lunch again today, so I was forced to go out for lunch. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Don’t tell Dr. Terry Wahls, but I ate a sandwich and it was delightful. I should note that it was gluten free and contained no dairy, but a …

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It’s Go Time! Starting on the Wahls Protocol

  It’s Go Time! Starting on the Wahls Protocol- After first being introduced to the story of Terry Wahls months ago, I became very interested in the story of an actual medical doctor using dietary strategies similar (but far stricter) to my own to reverse the effects of secondary progressive multiple sclerosis and leave her wheelchair behind. …

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The reason why I keep trying

Later this month I’m scheduled to see a wholistic dentist with the intention of eventually having a filling removed. The filling in question was put into place when I was about 8 years old (1984-85) and given the time frame it could contain mercury. My wife and I have both heard of people with mercury …

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Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis, volume II

Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis, volume II- Since I started this blog in April, I have been posting my ‘Weekend Update’ posts to Reddit.com on the MultipleSclerosis sub-reddit. The experience has been largely positive, but when I decided to post an article I had written on vitamin D and multiple sclerosis, the response was largely …

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Vegetarians versus Omnivores- which one is right?

Vegetarians versus omnivores; which one is right? If you take a tour through this site it will become very apparent that I am a big proponent of the role diet can have in both the development but also the course of multiple sclerosis. Dietary strategies for MS have not been largely studied by the medical …

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