Scientists and Patient Share How to Treat Multiple Sclerosis with Diet in Live Teleseminar

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Loren Cordain, Ph.D., and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patient Rosalie McClung will host a Multiple Sclerosis and Diet teleseminar at 3 pm MST on February 20, 2009 from Fort Collins, CO. These experts will explore connections between diet and MS emphasizing what foods may contribute to this disease, and which foods can slow MS progression and help ameliorate symptoms.

Researcher honored for national impact upon complementary medical care joins MS patient who is successfully treating MS with diet to help people reduce their risk of lifestyle-based disease.

Loren Cordain is the author of more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and abstracts. His research appears in the world's top scientific nutrition journals including the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the British Journal of Nutrition, and the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

The American College for Advancement in Medicine commended Loren Cordain for research having the greatest national impact upon complementary medical care.

Rosalie McClung is successfully treating her own MS with diet. She is the author of the soon-to-be-published book titled "MS is BS: One Woman. One Disease. A Load of Bull."

Nutritionist Pedro Bastos will also share information about what nutritional supplements are most important to help MS patients.

The February 20, 2009 MS teleseminar will present Loren Cordain's expert knowledge of the interaction between food and human physiology and how MS symptoms may arise. Rosalie McClung will also share her personal struggle with MS and her success in treating MS symptoms through diet.

For additional information about the news of this release, please contact Wiley Long, M.S. at 970-797-1247 or visit

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Paleo Diet Enterprises, L.L.C., works to accelerate widespread recognition of the evolutionary basis for the optimally healthful diet by generating publicity, discussion, and research on this topic. Its mission is to promote a new paradigm of the nutritional basis for health and help people reduce their risk of lifestyle-based diseases.

Wiley Long, M.S.
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