Monday, March 27, 2017
Unraveling MS by M.D., Ph.D., Robert W Soll Review
Many autoimmune diseases actually are quite common, and any one of them may significantly affect your health. These diseases can be further identified and pointed out as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, celiac sprue, multiple sclerosis (MS), and even some types of coronary atherosclerosis. Altogether, there are over 80 diseases that have been associated with an autoimmune origin. Although each autoimmune disease involves the immune system, they differ in that each affects a different organ or tissue.
In this book, Unraveling MS, multiple sclerosis is used as the “model” to explain how the immune system actually is harming your own body rather than defending and rejuvenating it. This is accomplished by describing the immune system in simple, easy-to-understand language for the average lay person. In addition, the fascinating way that white blood cells are communicating with each other, and the dreadful role that viruses are playing in inciting an autoimmune disease are similarly discussed.
Since the process underlying all autoimmune diseases is inflammatory, the good news is that correct diet surprisingly is one way to minimize inflammation and improve an autoimmune disease. In addition to providing information about MS and other autoimmune diseases, this book should be very helpful to those individuals seeking to understand the importance of the immune system and the significant role that both diet and infection play in health and longevity.
The adverse effect of infection on health is well-known, and bad dietary habits also have been related to poor health and a shortened life expectancy. So, if you, a relative or a friend have an autoimmune disease, or if you’re looking for more answers on understanding and managing a healthy life, you’ve come to the right place!"
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- The book will help not only people suffering with Ms, but also others who want to learn about it. I think the author gives great information in a way that breaks it down so that the reader gets max use without a lot of boring in between.
Posted by Cassandra McCann