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Wanna Heal Your MS Like Dr. Terry Wahls Did?

Posted Feb 06 2013 3:53pm

Dr.-Terry-Walhs-Up-from-the-Chair-photo-by-KC-McGinnis Dr. Terry Wahls is the ultimate example of someone who refused to be a victim. When her secondary progressive MS confined her to a wheelchair, she didn’t give up or accept her “fate.” Instead, she started researching. She dove into the medical literature and discovered that certain nutrients were important to brain health.

She started taking those nutrients in supplement form and began to notice her decline slowing, but then she had an epiphany. What if she could get those same nutrients from the food she ate?

That’s when it clicked for her, and the Wahls Protocol was born. Her new hunter-gatherer based diet led to her ditching her wheels and walking without a cane within a year.

Pretty cool, huh?

Now, Dr. Wahls is dedicated to teaching, lecturing, and researching the benefits of eating for health. If you’re on my email list, then you got my message this morning about the upcoming FREE webinar Dr. Wahls and I will be presenting together, exclusively for readers of The Self-Healing Coach. In case you missed it, here are the deets:

Wednesday, February 13th
9 PM EST/8 PM CENTRAL/7 PM MOUNTAIN/6 PM PACIFIC

If you want to follow in Dr. Wahls’ footsteps and achieve results like her, then you gotta be on this call! Sign up to claim your spot here:
http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/ ?l=C0Gog&m=3gUB5Slm2TKeG_h&b= RgelUDmZLepB70nZHd9i_g

And as a little teaser and what I think is a truly valuable gift for you, here’s her signature recipe for Mighty Mitochondria Soup. This recipe is rife with the veggies you need to heal your body and feed your cells the nutrients they need for recovery. Check it out, print it out, and cook it up!

Ingredients:

1  large  onion – chopped
1  large leek, chopped
2-6  6 cloves  garlic – pressed (or more!) minced
3 tbs coconut oil
2 large  carrots — chopped
1 celery stalks — chopped
1 medium  turnip — chopped
1 bunch of kale or mustard greens chopped

2  small  sweet potatoes, peeled and chopped

1/4 small red cabbage grated
2 quarts of  bone broth

If you like beets – add one beet chopped finely

1-2 avocados chopped

Directions:
In a large soup pot,  add all the ingredients and simmer on low for 7 -9 hrs until the sweet potatoes are finished.  Serve with avocado on top of the soup.

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