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Below is what I’ve collected on diet and MS. The real focus should be on getting the gluten and casein out of the diet.
- Roger MacDougall was a famous British playwright, who was diagnosed
with MS in the 1950’s. The doctors felt it was best to keep the information
from him. They thought it was in his best interests not to tell him what he
had. It was not until he was bedridden that he learned what illness he had.
When he knew about it, he did some reading, and went on a gluten and casein
free diet. He recovered almost totally. MacDougall eventually wrote a
pamphlet. Edited for the web and now found here:
My Fight Against Multiple Sclerosis [archive.org]. Pamphlet published 1980 by Regenics
Inc, Rt. 10, 2660