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Re: Minding your Mitochondria

January 18, 2012 10:55AM
Wow, Sapphire,

This is a great video. A little summary here..... she was a doctor who came down with Multiple Sclerosis, and ended up in a wheelchair. A decade of conventional medical care by the best doctors in the country, and she just got worse. So she started looking for help on the internet, and found some of the best information, info that could help her. She learned more about the type of nutrition that supports the brain (and body) and about eating a healthier, natural diet. She began the paleo diet, which is quite close to Doc Walt's Whole Foods Diet. After a few months of this new way of eating, she started seeing dramatic changes to her health and not only did she shed her wheelchair, she is so well she recently biked 18 miles.

Can you imagine if she had been eating all whole foods her whole life? She probably wouldn't have come down with MS.

I'm sure that it's not only MS that is affected, although I have a good friend who one morning woke up blind in one eye, found out she had MS, and also figured out it was diet causing the problem. She similarly changed to eating whole foods, and got better! Subsequently, she has written a cookbook to help make whole foods cooking easier: Glorious One Pot Meals. Stoll Foundation offers her book through our publishing website: [sunrisehealthcoach.com].

Nutrition was also a large part in my getting better. I'm a total fan of whole foods nutrition. I'm realizing the difficulty for most people with being healthy is, it means they need to develop themselves and learn something. They need to learn about foods and learn about cooking. So many people are not willing to take the time to do this. If only they knew how much fun it is!

Her presentation is very good. Thanks for posting this, Sapphire.

Best wishes,
Jan

Co-author with Walt Stoll, MD of the book "Recapture Your Health"
Director, Stoll Foundation for Holistic Health
Certified Massage Therapist, Certified Nurse Aide
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