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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

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  • ADRENAL FATIGUE EXPLAINED: This is Karen’s Story May 14, 2017
    A guest post from Dr. Ken Sharlin: Karen was the third person to see me in the past couple of weeks with nearly the same medical history. She is a registered nurse who worked until the birth of her now 15-month-old child. Her symptoms started post-partum. She developed neck and upper back pain followed by […]
    Callie Reger
  • 3 Chemicals to Avoid in Daily Living April 17, 2017
    A Blog post from Alan Bell: Nearly 25 years ago, I came down with a mysterious illness that posed not just an obstacle to my promising career as a prosecutor, but a near-death sentence. Forced to live in an isolated bubble in the Arizona desert for a decade, I saw that promising career evaporate and my marriage […]
    Callie Reger
  • The High Cost of Today’s Drug Therapy, Part 2: How I Saved My Health and My Money April 7, 2017
    Autoimmunity is a condition where the body’s immune cells are confused and attack healthy and undamaged parts of the body, leading to problems like inflammatory bowel disease, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, asthma, or multiple sclerosis, depending on which cells are confused. Most specialists rely on immune suppression to stop these unnecessary attacks.  But drugs alone […]
    Callie Reger
  • The High Cost of Today’s Drug Therapy – What Your Physician May Not Be Telling You-Part 1 April 5, 2017
    There are 75 million Americans with pain, fatigue, brain fog, and autoantibodies. Of those, 25 million have enough damage that physicians can make a specific autoimmune diagnosis, and many of those are diagnosed with more than one autoimmune disease. In the 300 years since physicians began diagnosing autoimmune conditions, the rates of autoimmune disease have […]
    Callie Reger
  • Cooking For Life Book Tour Schedule March 28, 2017
    April 4th 2017 marks an exciting day for Dr. Wahls! Her mission to spread an epidemic of health continues with The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life. Empowering folks to cook at home, get to know their food, and make smarter choices. Join her at one of the stops along her book tour after the release. […]
    Callie Reger
  • 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


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  • A Walk in the Park Reminds Me That I Am Not Alone May 22, 2017
    My walk in the park usually consists of watching every one of my steps, while conserving my energy so I can finish the trek. In the midst of my walk, I remain acutely aware of how weak my legs are, and hope they don’t give out on me. For a lot of us with multiple […]
    Debi Wilson
  • MS News that Caught My Eye: Risk Factors, Biotin and Symptoms, Pills, Shots or IVs, and More May 22, 2017
    In case you missed them, here are some news stories that appeared in MS News Today that caught my eye over the past week. Ocrevus Market Entry Already Changing Dynamics in MS Treatment Choices, Spherix Analysis Suggests   Are pills, shots, or infusions the therapy of choice in treating MS patients these days? This item, written […]
    Ed Tobias
  • US Blacks, Hispanics Less Likely to Get Neurological Care in Doctor’s Offices and Clinics May 22, 2017
    African- and Hispanic-Americans are less likely than whites to receive care for neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis in a doctor’s office or clinic, according to a study. Many of them end up in a hospital emergency room after failing to obtain treatment that could have helped them avoid an emergency, researchers said. The study, […]
    James Frederick, PA-C, MMSc
  • Real-world Spanish Study Confirms Gilenya’s Ability to Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Relapses May 22, 2017
    A real-world medical-facilities setting has confirmed clinical trial findings that Gilenya (fingolimod) can reduce multiple sclerosis relapses, according to a Spanish study published in Plos One. Gilenya, developed by Novartis Pharmaceuticals, was the first oral disease-modifying therapy to obtain U.S. and European approval. The Food and Drug Administration and European Medicines Agency authorized it for reducing the frequency of relapses and […]
    Alice Melão
  • Tips for Managing the MS Hug May 22, 2017
    In this newlifeoutlook video, Sebastian talks about a common symptom associated with multiple sclerosis: the MS hug. An MS hug is when a patient feels a tight, constricting pressure around their chest. It can last for a few seconds or as long as several hours. MORE: Seven strange and unusual multiple sclerosis symptoms Sebastian notes that there isn’t much you can do to […]
    Wendy Henderson



Medical Marijuana

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  • PA Seeks Labs to Test Medical Marijuana May 22, 2017
    Pennsylvania’s Department of Health continues to push towards its 2018 implementation goal of the state’s Medical Marijuana Program. Already, the state has developed its Medical Marijuana Physician Workgroup, reviewed applications for both growers and dispensaries and accomplished several other key initiatives. Now, the state’s Department of Health has opened applications for...
  • Juicing With Cannabis May 19, 2017
    Juicing is a popular diet trend worldwide, lauded for dietary benefits. It should come as no surprise, then, that the juicing trend has spread to marijuana products. Today, medical marijuana patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals are looking into the benefits of juicing cannabis — and they’re finding promising results on all fronts. What Is Cannabis […]
  • Cannabis Sugars May 17, 2017
    Cannabis-infused sugar crystals are a new trend on the medical marijuana scene, expanding the options available with edible cannabis goods. While previous edibles used butter and oils made from cannabis, cannabis sugars provide another, sweeter option. What Are Cannabis Sugars? Cannabis sugars are sugar-like crystals made with cannabis products. This cannabis product essentially combines...

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