Which one? I’ve trying to following both of these diet plans and they both have good points but they seem to fly in the face of each other which has left me confused about which one to adopt.
Overcoming ms by Professor George Jelinek (based on Dr Roy Swank’s work) advocates a low saturated fat diet and no meats, whereas the Wahls Protocol, based on Dr Terry Wahls work (Dr Wahls reversed her own secondary progressive ms) says fats and meat are ok, including organ meats. Both advise lots of vegetables, with the Wahls Protocol advising at least 9 cups worth of greens a day.
I’ve tried both and I find them both difficult to do as they have associated costs and a cooking learning curve, plus organisation and time management to make sure you manage everything. Does anyone else here follow either one? How do you get on with it and how did you decide what to follow?
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