Well i'm so happy for u'r improved lifestyle and diet!! Sounds like u are on a good path for a better life. Unfortunately i don't agree with u that diet/lifestyle can bring on ms. I'm sure other illnesses can be either brought on or made worse by those factors...and certainly any improvement to these things will make u overall healthier and feel better...but will not stop/slow down/cure u'r ms. I"m sorry to be the bearer of bad news here, but clearly u are getting incorrect information from someplace. There are many here who will likely take offense to this post because even in their best of times...with ms...they are not well by far. I am one of those. I am not dx'd with ms and thankfully don't anticipate that...but i have seen some dear friends suffer it's consequences and would never begin to believe they'd ever have done anything to bring it on themselves...even inadvertantly. It would seem that u'r ms may be a bit less aggressive for u feel u'r diet has improved u'r disease. It's simply not so. I do wish u the best on this course of improved diet and lifestyle, but please don't put away u'r meds or turn u'r back on this disease...it is not going anywhere.
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