Jennifer’s Way – Jennifer Esposito A Must Read. Doesn’t matter who you are or what you have. It’s empowering as a discovery journey.
The Wahl’s Protocol – Terry Wahls MD – Not sure. Though she had results – definitely going for the assorted nine cups of fruit and vegetables, not sure about the meat Lots of science. And I am unsure about any book that touts Warriors. I am a peaceful type person.
The MS Recovery Diet Ann D. Sawyer and Judith E. Bachrach – my gold standard!
Clean Cuisine – Ivy Ingram Larson and Andrew Larson – some of it makes sense and to cleanse would be good. 8 weeks is reasonable but which 8 weeks? You can get helpful hints and meals by signing up for their 8 week email. It definitely is interesting. And it’s sales oriented. Be aware. Some of it is genuine sharing and some I think is a definite sales pitch
The Immune System Recovery Plan – Susan Blum MD MPH I like the concept of functional medicine, I don’t like it’s separated by liver and then the rest but can see how it could work.
Living Well – 21 Days to transform Your Life, Supercharge Your Health, and Feel Spectacular – Montel Williams Well, this is approachable with all kinds of science sprinkled in. I am playing with these recipes.
Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis : an evidence-based guide to recovery / Professor George Jelinek.
Lots of science, lots of it. Do not confuse this with his father’s book. I don’t find it as hopeful but his explanation of why Swank wasn’t adopted and promoted makes sense and is worth the read.
The multiple sclerosis diet book : a low-fat diet for the treatment of M.S. / Roy Laver Swank and Barbara Brewer Dugan The original. You have to believe. I’ll be revisiting this.
The how can it be gluten free cookbook : revolutionary techniques, groundbreaking recipes / by the editors at America’s Test Kitchen
Well, it’s not strictly on the plan but it does help. It explains the science of cooking. Now all I have to do is figure out how to cut the butter and the sugar
Weeknight wonders : delicious healthy dishes in 30 minutes or less / Ellie Krieger ; photography by Quentin Bacon
This may be a starting point. I love her food and think it can be modified. We’ll see.