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What I would have done differently with my MS diagnosis

What I would have done differently with my MS diagnosis

Years ago I participated in a multiple sclerosis activity sponsored at the same physical therapy office I go to now. My main physical therapist started the program 17 years back and became the multiple sclerosis therapist of the office. I attended this program he started once and only once. Why? Every person in attendance was in a wheelchair. I was only 2-3 years into my disease and couldn’t face that, wouldn’t face that, so I never went back. Instead I…

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Vegan black bean brownies

Vegan black bean brownies

First thing is this recipe was found on the Minimalist Baker website. http://minimalistbaker.com/vegan-gluten-free-black-bean-brownies/. Lots of fun recipes there to look around and try. For me to be on any kind of diet, or non diet, I have to have something to appeal to my sweet tooth. My favorite thing through Hungryroot was the black bean brownie mix but to ship just one or two of their products was expensive and buying a whole bunch of their products to get the free…

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My second week Vegan/plant-based

My second week Vegan/plant-based

First I’m happy to report I lost a pound. Second I still have no craving for meat. I’ve also been doing pretty good with my coffee. I haven’t really been missing my half and half with my coconut milk/almond milk blend. I use a brown sugar/truvia sugar blend in my coffee for a sweetener and it all flows nicely. I even throw in a cap of mirolax sometimes. I learned that Veestro who has those prepared plant based diet foods http://Www.veestro.com does…

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The plant based diet and multiple sclerosis

The plant based diet and multiple sclerosis

A plant based diet is a diet based on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes; and it excludes or minimizes meat (including chicken and fish), dairy products, and eggs, as well as highly refined foods like bleached flour, refined sugar, and oil. A 2013 Nutritional Update for Physicians stated, “Healthy eating may be best achieved with a plant-based diet, which we define as a regimen that encourages whole, plant-based foods and discourages meats, dairy products, and eggs as well as…

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