13 Jul 2018

Fasting and CPn


Hi everyone,

I posted a long intro a while ago, but it seemed to have gotten lost. Will post one again soon, but a brief summary:
I dont have MS as far as I know (nothing visible on MRI), but neurological problems, cognitive problems, something resembling Parkinsons, even though I'm only 30. This will be confirmed soon, waiting on some test results. It appears I have CIRS / mold illness, along with CPn, chronic sinus infections (likely MARCoNs).


Oz man, I wouldn't fancy fasting at all, but if you want to force brackets, type /p surrounded by two angled brackets. When you press 'save' this should disappear to be replaced by the desired paragraphing.
Like here!

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

I'm always confused by these 'MS' studies with rats, because the rats are given a 'disease' that mimics MS, but isn't MS, and then these treatments purport to cure it. So, the treatment cures fake MS. How is that helpful?

As for dieting, many of us have been treated successfully without modifying our diets at all. It's the antibiotic therapy that fixed us, not our diets. You're killing a bacteria. With a medication (or three).

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi

MacK ...

Do you believe in reincarnation? Of course we can not know the answer to whether it is true or not. We really just do not know. I tell you what I do know. In the next life, I'm coming back as a mouse just in case I get MS. There'll be no end of fixative cures for me.

“Don't believe everything you read on the internet.”

―    Abraham Lincoln

I couldn't agree more with the rat studies vs human aspect.

However they have found the fasting mimicking diet effective in human trials of MS as well. I think it's most likely due to autophagy and apoptosis of damaged cells (or in this case, CPn infected cells) and immune system regeneration.

They found a ketogenic diet helped as well, but a single round of fasting mimicking diet was more effective than 6 months on the ketogenic diet. So it seems quite powerful for MS, like it is for many conditions.

One rather crazy study found it even caused growth of new pancreatic insulin producing cells in Type 1 diabetes, which is something I haven't heard anything else do.

Chronic sinusitis, more recently noticed neurological and cognitive problems. Gotten more severe.
CPn, mold exposure.

Ozman! :)

I keep on thinking about this fasting for 5 days... it is not the first time I hear the theory, and it has its logic... though... Fasting and Antibiotics... I would say a big NO. You do not want to put your body under all this stress...

It is funny you mentioned strong reaction on NAC... I read somewhere (in this website) about this NAC test... if you are having flu symptoms, then probably your body is infected...

I have seen as well a movie: 'Brain on Fire'. It is based in a real story from a girl who had literally her brain on fire and no signs of evidence in any MRI nor test.

If you decide to fast for 5 days... be careful... maybe a GP and a Nutritionist could advise you better...


Started the Protocol: 01/06/2017

MS Diagnosed: 21.IX.2016