MS-The Wahls protocol

דר’ טרי ואלס הצליחה לרפא את עצמה מMS (או לפחות להפוך את מהלך המחלה)

היא פרסמה ספר המפרט את הפרוטוקול (מעל 1,000 ביקורות חיוביות באמזון)

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מחקר על 20 נבדקים, מראה שכן, בשלבים מוקדמים של המחלה

תקציר הדיאטה של ואלס

ואלס מציגה את הפרוטוקול בטד

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Longevity diet + Long fast (fmd), Intermintent fasting 5:2 16:8

vegetarian, no sugar, good oils, low protein, small fish

FMD see >>

see chapter 4 in the book

FMD –  file 28 longevity diet audiobook

research by longo regarding many conditions that benefit from periodic fasting

homemade FMD:

My Experience with the 5-Day Fasting Mimicking Diet

Dr Mattson research and recommendations 5:2 and 16:8

According to research conducted by neuroscientist Mark Mattson and others, cutting your energy intake by fasting several days a week might help your brain ward off neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s while at the same time improving memory and mood.

5:2 diet…every time you eat, glucose is stored in your liver as glycogen, which takes about 10 to 12 hours to be depleted. After the glycogen is used up, your body starts burning fats, which are converted to ketone bodies, acidic chemicals used by neurons as energy. Ketones promote positive changes in the structure of synapses important for learning, memory, and overall brain health. But if you eat three meals a day with snacks between, your body doesn’t have the chance to deplete the glycogen stores in your liver, and the ketones aren’t produced. Mattson says exercise can also get your body to lower its glycogen levels, and not coincidentally, exercise has been shown to have the same positive effects on brain health as fasting.

5:2 diet…when the brain is challenged by physical exertion, cognitive tasks, or caloric restriction, the body produces a protein called BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor), which not only strengthens neural connections and increases the production of new neurons but can also have an anti-depressive effect.

see also Dr Fung on treating insulin resistance with low carb + fasting

IDM Program




Ketogenic Diet and LGIT diet vs plant based Atkins

plant based low carb diet -EcO Atkins…Some 31% of the calories in the diet came from plant proteins, 43% from vegetable oils, and 26% from carbs.

improve motor function full text
from the review:
The classic ketogenic therapy is based on a diet providing 90% of calories from long-chain fatty acids, a restricted protein portion (1 g/kg/day), and minimal carbohydrates. Traditionally, the diet is comprised of four parts fat, mainly LCTs, for one part carbohydrates and proteins. The ratio can be modified to 3:1, 2:1, or 1:1, respectively, similar to the modified Atkins diet (Kossoff et al., 2003). The MCTs diet is also proposed with 60% of calories from octanoate and decanoate that are more ketogenic than LCTs (Huttenlocher, 1976). The last alternative to a ketogenic therapy is the low glycemic index diet characterized by higher amounts of carbohydrates with low glycemic index (Coppola et al., 2011).

Autophagy works, see reference link in entry

blood lipids rise – see

Keto vs LGIT


Ketonemeter – see appendix