Multiple Sclerosis Can Be Helped With NeuroCranial Restructuring

Multiple Sclerosis Can Be Helped With NeuroCranial Restructuring

These severe conditions affect the nervous system strongly. With MS and ALS, the nerves short-circuit because of unknown changes that affect the glial cells, the fats that insulate the nerves. There is some evidence to suspect infection by viruses, although sometimes they appear to be autoimmune conditions (like allergies). Using NeuroCranial Restructuring to change the brain function and postural pattern fails to address this problem, although it can help the overall function of the body.

My suggested treatment protocol is to emphasize detoxification and nutrition to optimize function of the glial cells.

It is especially important is to maintain a very low fat diet. Avoid animal and saturated fats for years (less than ten grams of saturated fat daily), while ingesting at least three tablespoons (forty to fifty grams) daily of vegetable oils high in linoleic acid like sunflower, safflower, soy and flax oils. Fish should be eaten at least three times weekly, being sure to maintain adequate protein consumption on the other days. Consider being animal product free. Take selenium and vitamin E supplements. It can take two years of this therapy to notice improvement, although the worsening of symptoms should slow down sooner.

Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder characterized by gradual wasting of the muscles for unknown reasons. I have treated only one person with this disease, and I saw no change in their condition.