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Food Fundamentals: Eating To Optimize Your Physical And Mental Well-Being



Beyond Drug Therapy For MS-Related Fatigue

Fatigue is the number one reason people with MS leave the workforce. It is also a top complaint in my traumatic brain injury and therapeutic lifestyle clinics. Using conventional treatments for MS-related fatigue, people may experience very modest reduction in fatigue severity. Most MS neurologists push their patients to take disease-modifying drugs, but few talk to their patients about how to use diet and health behavior (i.e. lifestyle) changes to reduce MS-related fatigue and improve quality of life. That is because most neurologists have received little or no education on nutrition or on the health behaviors that are strongly associated with improving quality of life and reducing the need for medications for chronic disease symptoms.

Diet and lifestyle interventions are my area of expertise. I am a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where I teach medical students and residents. I am also a patient with progressive MS and experienced 7 years of progressive decline despite seeing the top MS neurologists at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic. However, based upon my review of the research, I created a dietary and lifestyle program that took me from a tilt-recline wheelchair (that I needed for four years) to being able to bike 18 miles with family in less than 12 months. It also resolved my fatigue completely in under six months.

As a result of my own dramatic response to diet and lifestyle interventions, how I understood health and disease was transformed. I also changed...





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Wahls Protocol™ Package Content

The Wahls Protocol™ Package is designed to help you with the initial level of the Wahls Protocol™ . You will have access to the following videos:

  • Diet and Multiple Sclerosis – Lessons for Schizophrenia – pscyh GR audio $30

  • Help your cells take out the trash – audio $30

  • Iowa Dental Reviews – How to eat to protest and restore you teeth – audio $30

  • Dr. Wahls Talks about her experience as a progressive MS patient 2012 – audio $30

  • Is wheat your friend? – audio $30

  • Wahls Research Update – audio $30



Wahls Protocol™ Membership Site

Wahls Protocol™ Membership Site Content

The Wahls Protocol™ Membership site is designed to build on The Wahls Protocol, support you through diet and lifestyle changes, and connect you with your peers. The membership site offers:

  • Monthly video or audio seminar

  • Archived video and audio seminars from the prior months (annual members only)

  • Monthly challenges to improve your diet and lifestyle

  • PDFs detailing additional information not included in the book

  • Monthly Wahls Protocol Roundup in which Dr. Wahls discusses topics that were suggested by Wahls Protocol Members

The site has a new look and new categories:

  • Membership Schedule

  • Suggested Readings of the Wahls Protocol™

  • Featured Topic

  • Inspirational journal – Coming Soon!

  • Book and Movie Recommendations

Dr. Terry Wahls

RSS Terry Wahls MD | Defeating Progressive Multiple Sclerosis without Drugs | MS Recovery | Food As Medicine

  • 5 Benefits of Physical Activity for Multiple Sclerosis – A Guest Blog from Darryl Edwards of Primal Play February 22, 2017
    As recently as twenty years ago, medical researchers thought that even light to moderate physical activity might worsen the effects of multiple sclerosis (MS). But that started to change with the U.S. Surgeon General’s 1996 “Report on Physical Activity and Health,” which pointed out all the ways that significant health benefits could result from even […]
    Callie Reger
  • Another paper from our research lab is out! January 11, 2017
    Good news! We have just published another research paper. Published papers are critically important because they are the only path to changing clinical practice. The most innovative ideas are rarely accepted at first; it is hard to convince people to give up on conventional beliefs. Changing minds is a long process, but it is possible. […]
    Callie Reger
  • World Wide Research Opportunity for Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis! January 4, 2017
    We are now looking for Parkinson’s patients too.     I mentioned that Dr. Laurie Mischley was recruiting for Multiple Sclerosis patients. She was so impressed with what she had observed that she added the Wahls Diet as one of the dietary variables to her ongoing Parkinson’s study. That is great news! If any of you […]
    Callie Reger
  • “Gadolinium Contrast MRIs Should Be Avoided During Pregnancy” September 16, 2016
    New important information regarding MRI’s and pregnancy. Original article linked here. Lara C. Pullen, PhD September 08, 2016 Women exposed to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) during the first trimester of pregnancy do not experience an increased risk for harm to the fetus relative to women who were not exposed. The reassuring data extend through early […]
    Callie Reger
  • Exciting News! UI researcher gets $1 million grant to study MS diets August 29, 2016
    Public Release: 24-Aug-2016 UI researcher gets $1 million grant to study MS diets Study will compare effects of 2 diets on symptoms of MS fatigue Read the Original Release Here Listen to my interview on River to River on Iowa Public Radio Research Opportunity for Individuals with Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis and Fatigue Individuals with relapsing remitting […]
    Callie Reger
  • The Biology Of Darkness- A guest post by DR. KEN SHARLIN August 12, 2016
    Dr. Ken Sharlin was a key speaker at The Wahls Protocol Seminar held over August 4th-6th in Cedar Rapids where he touched on the topic of sleep: This essay will appear in the August/September issue of Ozarks Living Magazine, under my column Grow Your Health Summer Solstice, the beginning of summer and longest day of the year, […]
    Callie Reger
  • Upcoming Events July 17, 2016
    Dr. Wahls will be rounding out the summer with the highly anticipated Wahls Protocol Seminar. This includes the Health Professional Workshop where attendees have the opportunity to take the exam and become certified in coaching others through the Wahls Protocol. August 4-6 Wahls Protocol Seminar, Cedar Rapids, Iowa   August 7 Health Professional Workshop, Cedar […]
    Callie Reger


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  • 5 Things to Know About the New MS Drug Ocrevus March 25, 2017
    The multiple sclerosis community has been waiting with bated breath for the approval of the drug Ocrevus (ocrelizumab), which will be used to treat patients who have relapsing/remitting MS and primary progressive MS. The FDA’s decision of final approval is expected on March 28, which coincides with Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week. In preparation for the announcement, we’ve […]
    Wendy Henderson
  • History Conjures Up Electricity-Aided Walking, but a Too-Daring Pilot March 24, 2017
    It seems I’ve made it to my second weekly column. I was going to write about a non-MS physical impairment that had kept me down for a month. It’s easing now and hopefully will make a future story with a happy ending. Instead I’m going to do a bang-up-to-the-moment piece about happy walking news. I’ve […]
    John Connor
  • Using Tattoo Art to Make a Statement About MS March 24, 2017
    There won’t be a lot of my words in this column but there will be lot of pictures. The column is devoted to some very personal multiple sclerosis art: Tattoos. Most of these “tats” contain an orange ribbon, the symbol for MS awareness. Some, as you’ll see, are a bit more expressive. But, simple or […]
    Ed Tobias
  • The MS Alphabet: Blinding, B-cells, Betaseron and Other B Words March 24, 2017
    (Editor’s note: Today, Tamara continues her occasional series on the MS alphabet by giving further attention to the letter B.) When it comes to multiple sclerosis, mastering an understanding of the disease means you need to mind your Ps and Qs, dot your Is, cross your Ts, and recite your ABCs. There is so much […]
    Tamara Sellman
  • National MS Society Urges Lawmakers to Oppose American Health Care Act, Details Why in Interview March 24, 2017
    Carol Hardaway was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 1990. After years of enduring relapses that brought episodes of complete blindness, numbness, tingling, debilitating fatigue, and short-term memory loss, the longtime resident of Texas — a state which offers Medicaid only to specific categories like low-income families, pregnant women, and the completely disabled — relocated […]
    Larry Luxner



Medical Marijuana

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  • Marijuana Suppositories — A Novel Approach to Administering Cannabis March 21, 2017
    There are many benefits of medical marijuana, but a lot of challenges as well when it comes to providing patients with the proper dosages and medication methods. Suppositories are growing in acceptance as a safe, effective way to deliver the relief patients need. Here’s some information on how both rectal and vaginal marijuana suppositories work, […]
  • Cannabis-Infused Coconut Oil: How to Use It, How to Make It March 17, 2017
    Coconut oil is one of the most versatile ingredients available when combined with cannabis. It’s not only an effective method of delivering medicinal marijuana, but it can also be used in drinks, food and even turned into sprays and creams. Here’s some information on how it’s used, as well as how you can make your […]
  • The Dangers of Moldy Weed March 14, 2017
    If you’ve ever inhaled marijuana smoke, the odds are pretty good that you’ve also inhaled a few mold spores. While we encounter these spores in many of our surroundings, they’re usually not that dangerous for people who have healthy immune systems. However, if your weed has a great deal of mold, or if you’re a […]

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Clinical Trials

RSS New Clinical Trials

  • Depression - Bradenton FL March 24, 2017
    Meridien Research needs volunteers who are depressed for a research study of an investigational medication.The study is administered by a board certified psychiatrist. No medical insurance is necessary. For more information or to find out if you qualify, please contact Meridien Research confidentially.
  • Chronic Low Back Pain - North Hollywood CA March 24, 2017
    Are you dealing with chronic low back pain? If so, you may be interested in a clinical research study enrolling now.
  • Type 2 Diabetes and Diabetic Kidney Disease - Columbia MO March 24, 2017
    What are the FIDELIO-DKD and FIGARO-DKD studies? The FIDELIO-DKD and FIGARO-DKD studies are clinical research studies for adults with type 2 diabetes and diabetic kidney disease (DKD). The purpose of the studies is to evaluate whether adding an investigational medication to regular treatment may be safe and effective to help slow the progression of kidney […]
  • Heart Failure - Miami FL March 23, 2017
    Throughout the United States, clinical research studies are being conducted to determine the effectiveness of certain investigational medications in treating heart failure and other related conditions. The heart failure studies will enroll a variety of patients including those who: Are age 18 or older Are taking heart medications for heart failure or high blood pressure […]


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