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As both a Holistic Nutritionist and someone who has MS, I’m excited to share my experiences and knowledge to help guide you in meeting your health goals. Multiple Sclerosis is a complex, multifaceted disease with many possible outcomes. Nutrition should never be considered an alternative, but rather an integral part of any health protocol. Taking a holistic, nutritional approach to managing MS involves addressing the body as a whole in order to modulate the immune system and stop your body from initiating an autoimmune attack against itself.

Whether you’re recently diagnosed, or your condition has progressed to advance stages, it’s never too late to start incorporating healthy diet and lifestyle habits. The sooner you can start making the appropriate changes to your diet, the better, in order to prevent permanent scarring, demyelination and more severe complications down the road.

There are many ways in which natural and holistic therapies can help slow the progression of this disease. I’m here to help you understand the key things you need to know about keeping your MS symptoms under control. I can teach you how to create balance in your body, decrease inflammation, and offer natural pain and symptom management.

Don’t let any medical diagnosis stop you from pursuing the best health possible!

To read my story please follow the link below:

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MS and the Connection to Gut Health
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On September 28th, 2017 I was invited to do a talk for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada to discuss the fascinating link between multiple sclerosis and gut health.

I’m always so grateful to be given the opportunity to do these talks. I received such good feedback from the lecture that I decided to release an audio recording for those who either missed the talk, or for who don’t live in my area.

If you’re interested, you can also download a free copy of the handout that was given out on this link (https://eatheallove.com/2017/10/08/ms-and-the-connection-to-gut-health/). If you follow the along while listening to the audio recording, it will be like you were right there in the room with us!

Topics of this talk include:

- The impact of gut bacteria on MS
- Multiple sclerosis and the leaky gut connection
- 7 causes of that lead to an imbalance of gut bacteria
- Tips to improve digestive health and balance the gut microbiome
- Nutrients and substances that help reduce gut related inflammation

The audio recording can be listened to on the link below.

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