Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 17, 2013
Health experts know very little about the causes of Multiple Sclerosis. Risk factors are still not accurately highlighted and medicine such as antidepressants, interferons, mioxantrone and steroids features side-effects that many MS patients don’t feel are worth in the long run.
According to http://www.Sclerosistreatment.com there are more than 2.5 million patients diagnosed with MS worldwide in search of a remedy that will not take its toll on their health later on.
Alternative medicine in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis has recently become more popular, not only thanks to patient interest in a healthier remedy, but also because it combines herbal therapy with correct nutrition and extensive research. Developers of such MS treatments have a lot more information, technology and expertise available to identify and test for successful results.
Correct nutrition is something health experts have been promoting intensely for the past few years, as obesity, diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular diseases have become urgent public health concerns. Dr. Gary M. Levin book has integrated this aspect as a significant part of his natural treatment for MS, after research has shown certain plants, vegetables and fruits can improve a patient’s condition.
Dr. Levin’s natural remedy for MS involves “a simple step-by-step method that rehabilitates your immune system and boosts your supporting body systems to rid it of all symptoms”.
All MS specialists advise in favor of correct nutrition and a healthy diet that will normalize digestion and metabolism. Lecithin for instance is a substance that when in optimum levels can prevent nerve degeneration, memory, concentration and learning functions while supporting emotional balance.
Studies have confirmed that Omega 3 fatty acids reduce inflammation in the nervous system, whereas they half with the regeneration of the central nervous system. Combined with exercise and herbal based therapy, a natural treatment for MS does entice when compared with medicine side-effects.
For over four decades, Dr. Gary M. Levin has been a reputable doctor in the US field of medicine. Although he is now retired, he has had a prolific career as M.D. and Surgeon, as well as professor and supervisor of resident doctors at the Loma Linda Univ School of Medicine and running his own clinic.
His treatment is based on decades of extensive research and a personal encounter with allopathic and alternative medicine that has convinced him of the medical effects herbal therapy has. The result is a natural remedy for Multiple Sclerosis that aims to target the root-cause of the disease via herbal therapy and Directed Nutrition.