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Dr. Terry Wahls
Dr. Terry Wahls, author of The Wahls Protocol, used functional medicine and Paleo principles to overcome her MS and now teaches others how to use food to heal.
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Dr. Terry Wahls 7h
A weather delay yesterday left me in Detroit last night. Hopefully home today as I am out of cabbage! So looking forward to home and supper with Jackie!!! The filming in LA went very well. Will alert you to when it…
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Dr. Terry Wahls 15h
Diet quality is associated with risk for ALS - note we have had followers report following the Wahls Protocol is very hellpful at reducing ALS progression. It is certainly worth addressing your diet if you have ALS. Learn more at
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 16
Busy couple of days at LA. Podcasts and filming for the Doctors Thank you Nicole Dunn and Natalie Raphael for your hard work!
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 16
More on why eating fewer carbs can be good for you.
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 15
Sleep disturbance is common in those with multiple sclerosis and for those with early cognitive decline. This paper demonstrates that a gentle exercise program can improve sleep quality. Did your sleep improve as you implemented the Wahls Protocol? What…
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 14
Doing a podcast with Dru (Broken Brain Podcast). Will do a few more interviews tomorrow and background filming for the Doctors tomorrow. Helping spread the word that there is so much we can do to improve our health…
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 14
People with Celiac disease are more likely to have other endocrine problems, such as type 1 diabetes and thyroid disease, than those without Celiac disease. Do you have multiple autoimmune conditions? Has your medical team asked you to address improving…
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 13
Fast food = more aggressive inflammation!
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 13
Prepping for my flight to LA. Will do several podcasts and will also record for the Doctors as well. Red cabbage and kale are great for detoxification. Helpful for my flights. Air travel increases exposure to…
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 13
Off to LA for a round of interviews and taping for the Doctors. Kale and cabbage for the road. Great support for detoxification while you travel. @ The Eastern Iowa Airport - CID
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 12
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 12
More recognition that low carb eating can improve blood sugar control and reduce the need for prescription meds. Likely this is part of why the Wahls Protocol has helped so many with diabetes!
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 11
Testosterone (and estrogen in women) is protective against MS.
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 10
Our first case series using e-stim to improve function. Rehabilitation with neuromuscular electrical stimulation leads to functional gains in ambulation in patients with secondary progressive and primary progressive multiple sclerosis: a case series report.…
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 9
This is a survey that you can do every 6 months. It is a terrific way to participate in research and help us understand the link between diet, health behaviors and disease course.
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 8
More research is focusing on gait and balance issues for those with MS. Great to see!
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 7
Organic foods have more antioxidants and less cadmium than conventionally grown foods.
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 7
Snuggle time with his ducky! Snuggling is restorative to your mental and emotional health, even (and especially) for Teddy!
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 6
Ketogenic diets have been used to improve control of diabetes. Many Wahls Warriors have had excellent success using the Wahls Diet to control their diabetes. Learn more at
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Dr. Terry Wahls Jan 5
A comprehensive approach using diet and lifestyle is the best way to protect your brain. Learn more about The Wahls Protocol and how it can help your brain at . Neuroprotective signaling and the aging brain: take away my food and let me run.…
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