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Behind the Scenes of Planning My Travels on the Wahls Protocol

Behind the Scenes of Planning My Travels on the Wahls Protocol

Today, I’m sharing a behind-the-scenes look at exactly how I’m preparing to stay consistent on the Wahls Protocol while I’m traveling. My goal is to maintain my health and energy – living with Multiple Sclerosis – so I can enjoy my trip.   As a Nutrition Coach certified in the Wahls Protocol sharing everything from what […]

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Prodromal State of Multiple Sclerosis

Did you know that 25% of people living with an autoimmune disease were initially labeled as a hypochondriac?  Twenty five percent! You knew something was off in your body, but you didn’t know what.  You went to countless doctor’s appointments trying to explain the symptoms…  But they were vague symptoms and therefore didn’t have a […]

The Prodromal State of Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple Sclerosis and Depression Myth Busters

Did you know that about half of people with MS experience depression? MS isn’t just about physical symptoms; it also carries emotional challenges, and depression is one of them. But what do you really know about depression and MS? It’s widely underreported and misunderstood. In my latest podcast episode of MS in the News, I […]

Multiple Sclerosis + Depression Myth Busters

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Managing the Cost of Multiple Sclerosis

Living with multiple sclerosis is not only hard physically and emotionally, but it’s also hard financially.  The cost of multiple sclerosis is overwhelming. There’s the copays from the doctor’s appointments, the costs for lab tests, MRIs, and medications. One recent article said that the costs for most disease-modifying therapies are greater than $70,000 per year. That’s […]

Managing the Cost of Multiple Sclerosis

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New research shows a strong connection between migraines and MS.

Migraines and multiple sclerosis – it just sounds like a cruel combination of pain. I mean, migraines alone are a doozy. If you know… you know.  They’re more than just a bad headache.  Migraines are a full body experience.  I often compare it to having brain freeze and the flu at the same time.  It […]

Migraines Multiple Sclerosis

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3 Guiding Principles to Thriving with MS

We all wish we had that person when we were diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. You know, the person who understood you – and what you were going through. That person who had already been down this road and could give you real advice. When I was diagnosed with MS, finding this person was as rare […]

3 Principles to Thriving with Multiple Sclerosis

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Vitamin D Multiple Sclerosis

Want to lower your risk of Multiple Sclerosis symptoms and relapse? Take vitamin D. A lot of it. That’s basically been the message to the MS community for years. So we stocked up on our supplements and took ‘em daily. But now recent research suggests that this may not be true. Two studies concluded that […]

Vitamin D Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis

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How I Knew I Had Multiple Sclerosis

Where exactly do you start when someone asks you about your diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis? Do you start with the first symptom you experienced? Do you start with the sinking feeling when you knew something was really wrong? Or do you start the moment you finally heard the words, “You Have MS?” My MS story […]

How I Knew I Had Multiple Sclerosis

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Harvard studies probiotics engineered to treat Multiple Sclerosis.

Researchers at Harvard designed a probiotic that could potentially treat Multiple Sclerosis. Yup, you heard that right, this “multiple sclerosis probiotics” could be the future of treatments for MS. It offers a more precise way to target brain inflammation, while minimizing negative side effects compared with traditional medications. If you’re like me, every time a […]

Multiple Sclerosis Probiotics

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Woman Managing Multiple Sclerosis Urinary Incontinence

Who wants to admit that they’re struggling – and sometimes failing – to get to the bathroom in time? Let’s face it ladies, Multiple Sclerosis urinary incontinence, is not fun. Yet, it’s a common symptom of MS. As your fellow MS sister and a Nutritionist specializing in Multiple Sclerosis, let’s talk about tips and strategies […]

Multiple Sclerosis Urinary Incontinence

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Pink water bottle - A hydration solution for MS patients without impacting urinary frequency.

Staying hydrated with Multiple Sclerosis can feel impossible some days. Drink too little, and we risk fatigue and constipation. Drink too much, and we’re sprinting to the bathroom – sometimes in a race against time. Does that sound familiar? As a Nutritionist Specializing in Multiple Sclerosis, I talk with so many women living with MS […]

Multiple Sclerosis Hydration: How to Stay Hydrated without Increasing Urinary Frequency

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Multiple Sclerosis with Pregnancy First Trimester

It had been five years since my diagnosis of Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis when I got the news that I was pregnant. My body was embarking on yet another journey: multiple sclerosis with pregnancy. I was newly married and so grateful that my lifelong dream of becoming a mother was coming true. Managing my diagnosis of […]

Multiple Sclerosis with Pregnancy: First Trimester

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