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The Swank Diet and Multiple Sclerosis

I’m a HUGE fan of Dr. Gregor’s work (www.nutritionfacts.org).  He’s a MD who specializes in Lifestyle Medicine – he treats patients primarily through nutrition and lifestyle modifications and uses pharmaceuticals very sparingly.  He’s also really entertaining.  Check him out on YouTube. Anyways, I’ve decided (with his permission) to piggy-back off of his website and provide YOU with …Read More

Alzheimer’s and Atherosclerosis

I’m a HUGE fan of Dr. Gregor’s work (www.nutritionfacts.org).  He’s a MD who specializes in Lifestyle Medicine – he treats patients primarily through nutrition and lifestyle modifications and uses pharmaceuticals very sparingly.  He’s also really entertaining.  Check him out on YouTube. Anyways, I’ve decided (with his permission) to piggy-back off of his website and provide YOU with …Read More

The Homeopathic Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

This is an abridged version of  Dr. André Saine’s article Homeopathic Treatment of the Multiple Sclerosis Patient.  It was presented to the Second Annual Session of the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians, Portland, Oregon, April 25-26, 1987.  I have removed some of the highly technical information since I can’t imagine any non-homeopath would really want to …Read More

The Medical Observer – Samuel Hahnemann – 1825

In order to be able to observe well, the medicinal practitioner requires to possess, what is not to be met with among ordinary physicians even in a moderate degree, the capacity and habit of noticing carefully and correctly the phenomena that take place in natural diseases, as well as those that occur in the morbid states artificially excited by medicines when they are tested upon the healthy body, and the ability to describe them in the most appropriate and natural expressions.