Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a neurological disease that attacks the insulating Schwann cells that surrounded
the nerves. They consist of a high density of good fats called fatty acids. As a result the messages that go back and forth from the peripheral to the central nervous system and vice versa are interrupted and the person may experience a variety of symptoms.
Is there help for MS?
Every cell membrane in the body is composed of a fatty layer made up of Phosphatidylcholine (PC) Phosphatidylserine (PS) and other lipids. PC, an unsaturated fatty acid, is the major component of the cell membrane, comprising about 50% of the fatty inner and outer cell walls. Every Schwann cell in the body is surrounded by a fatty layer of fat cells called fatty acids. Lipid therapy helps the cells to function in the way they were meant to by our Creator. By helping the body with a beneficial diet, good fats and supplementing with Phosphatidylcholine and other important components, MS can be helped significantly.
Is Glutathione used with PC?
Yes, glutathione (GSH) is a component used as an adjunct with PC as it is an important intracellular antioxidant that is especially important in protecting brain, liver, and kidneys from toxicity and free radicals and is the body’s premier detoxifier.
What other vitamins are an adjunct for MS?
Folic acid (vitamin B-9), which supports detoxification per methylation and helps to stabilize phospholipids in the cell membrane and co-enzyme B complex that helps with methylation.
Would lipid therapy help MS?
As MS is a neurological disease attacking the fatty membrane of the Schwann cells, lipid therapy would be a treatment of choice that helps rebuild the fatty acid membrane. It also improves every cell membrane in the body and combined with glutathione, helps with detoxification in the liver.