Loquat, I agree with vairagi and the advise he gave. The information I gave you about what Dr.Reams teaches does the same thing by increasing the oxygen in the body and correcting low voltage, but using foods instead. Which I consider the best way...but that being said, it's much harder for someone to understand and apply. I think #461 might even use the phrase fiddle-fuss method to describe it. :) And to some it may be. Most people with MS (if severe) are limited in what they can do and the easier the better...at least in the beginning. However, after they get some benefits and can manage more difficult changes, adding Dr. Reams ideas may be good to try.
My father had parkinson's before he died and I consider some of the symptoms very similar to MS and the symptoms I had. I'm interested to think it may be genetic but for some reason question when I see the medical community pushing genetics as a cause of so many disorders. It nips any other reasons in the bud, so to speak.
But it is interesting that my father and I both suffered similar health issues, whereas my mother (who is still living) and sibling are more similar together, which is something I have been taking note of lately.