Are you a nutritionist?
Have you recovered from Multiple Sclerosis?
Well…
.

I am not a doctor,
.
I am not a nutrition specialist,
.
but I have had “Multiple sclerosis” for almost ten years. I do not recommend taking or leaving medicines or changing any lifestyle;
.
I just share my humble information for benefit. Seven years ago without the need for medicines,
.
I managed the disease based on the overall change of food and lifestyle. I have thankfully started a family, earned a Ph.D, and established a successful career path. I believe that Every disease has a medicine,
.
so I reject the idea of total dependence on pharmaceutical drugs that do not cure but slow down deterioration. Furthermore, I seek complete and final healing.

Modern medicine carries a part of knowledge and is not confined to it, since human knowledge accumulation includes many others.
.
The term chronic disease does not describe what is inside my body; instead, points to the working science gaps. That man was created in the best formation, and my body cannot act chaotic, and randomly, it is a divine miracle.
.
“Multiple sclerosis” is one of the most beautiful God’s blessings to me,
.
as it calls for reconciliation and reform. The basic principle in reform is to improve food and relationships and live in harmony with the land, innate and nature.
.
Illness carries a message that there will be no need to survive when we receive it and act accordingly.
.
“Multiple sclerosis” must be cured, not to defeat us.
.
There is an urgent need to return to the original medicine, Ibn Sina and Al-Razi medicine when everything was not strange, unknown, unpredictable, or incurable.
.
Despite my academic tendencies, which placed me in the most prestigious universities;
.
Science is not restricted to educational institutions, but is in the minds of thinkers, books and researches,
.
and it is within reach of those who seek. I believe that disease is neither my nor anyone’s destiny.
.
I share my personal experience of managing disease with a combination of the two “Multiple sclerosis” diets. Today,
.
I live the life that I have chosen for myself without any perceptible trace of the disease. The road is not easy,
.
but,
.
thanks to God and his kindness, it is beautiful.
.
So, Who are you? Define yourself. What do you believe in?

..
.
.. ..

Are you a nutritionist?
Have you recovered from Multiple Sclerosis?
Well…
.

I am not a doctor,
.
I am not a nutrition specialist,
.
but I have had “Multiple sclerosis” for almost ten years. I do not recommend taking or leaving medicines or changing any lifestyle;
.
I just share my humble information for benefit. Seven years ago without the need for medicines,
.
I managed the disease based on the overall change of food and lifestyle. I believe that Every disease has a medicine,
.
so I reject the idea of total dependence on pharmaceutical drugs that do not cure but slow down deterioration. Furthermore, I seek complete and final healing.

Modern medicine carries a part of knowledge and is not confined to it, since human knowledge accumulation includes many others.
.
The term chronic disease does not describe what is inside my body; instead, points to the working science gaps. That man was created in the best formation, and my body cannot act chaotic, and randomly, it is a divine miracle.
.
“Multiple sclerosis” is one of the most beautiful God’s blessings to me,
.
as it calls for reconciliation and reform. The basic principle in reform is to improve food and relationships and live in harmony with the land, innate and nature.
.
Illness carries a message that there will be no need to survive when we receive it and act accordingly.
.
“Multiple sclerosis” must be cured, not to defeat us.
.
There is an urgent need to return to the original medicine, Ibn Sina and Al-Razi medicine when everything was not strange, unknown, unpredictable, or incurable.
.
Despite my academic tendencies, which placed me in the most prestigious universities;
.
Science is not restricted to educational institutions, but is in the minds of thinkers, books and researches,
.
and it is within reach of those who seek. I believe that disease is neither my nor anyone’s destiny.
.
I share my personal experience of managing disease with a combination of the two “Multiple sclerosis” diets. Today,
.
I live the life that I have chosen for myself without any perceptible trace of the disease. The road is not easy,
.
but,
.
thanks to God and his kindness, it is beautiful.
.
So, Who are you? Define yourself. What do you believe in?

..
.
.. ..