At least 9 cups of vegetables and berries every day, as much raw as possible. This includes 3 cups of green leafy veggies, 3 cups of sulphur-rich vegetables like in the cabbage, onion, asparagus family and mushrooms, and 3 cups of brightly colored vegetables and berries.
Limit grain and legume consumption to only 2 times a week.
Dr. Wahls also includes meat from natural, free-range, organic lean meats in her diet program.
The diet absolutely bans any dairy, gluten, or processed foods like white flour, white sugar or processed vegetable oils. Dr. Wahls notes that the proteins casein (from dairy) and gluten (from wheat and some grains) can cause immune reactions and should be avoided.
In addition to changing the diet, Dr. Wahls teaches people to meditate, how to self-massage, and use electrical stimulation therapy to help heal and get better.
Dr. Wahls notes that whenever she strays from her new, healthy diet she feels the fatigue and onset of the Multiple Sclerosis symptoms.
Dr. Wahls is now working on new clinical trials to see how her diet can help those suffering from chronic diseases. If you’d like to support Dr. Wahls, visit her at her website here www.terrywahls.com
Dr. Terry Wahls Interview
We interviewed Dr. Terry Wahls on her diet and her story and the research she’s currently working on. You can listen to the whole interview below;