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Welcome to the Overcoming MS | Living Well with MS podcast. Our family of podcasts includes our flagship, Living Well with MS, where In each episode, your host Geoff Allix will explore a different aspect of the OMS Program in greater depth. Other programs in our podcast family include Coffee Break featuring interviews with members of our diverse global community, and Ask Jack, featuring professional chef Jack McNulty answers food- and cooking-related questions. New episodes will be published ...
 
Work from our lab, as well as others, has shown that the memory problems that patients with MS experience are in learning new information, not with retrieving previously learned information from memory storage. Patients have trouble remembering things such as tasks they need to do in a given day, an address or a list of items. They may have difficulty learning and remembering how to do a new task. These are all everyday applications of memory abilities.
 
Hey there, and welcome to the Empowered MS Warrrior podcast! My name is Sandy Roberts, a fellow MS warrior and the host. Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with MS? Do you wish there was a better way to manage multiple sclerosis besides taking DMD’s, and all those meds that give you terrible side effects? Are you looking for answers on how to help support your body so you can reduce/eliminate symptoms naturally? I know how scary it can feel getting an MS diagnosis. I remember worrying wh ...
 
The Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum (MSDF) is an online resource that aims to accelerate progress toward cures for multiple sclerosis and related disorders by sparking new ideas and catalyzing unforeseen connections. The site focuses attention on what is known and not yet known about the causes of these conditions, their pathological mechanisms, and potential ways to intervene. By communicating this information in a way that builds bridges among different disciplines, we will open new rou ...
 
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects 400,000 Americans and is the leading nontraumatic cause of neurological disability in young adults. Although MS is progressive, it is not fatal, and patients generally have a normal lifespan. However, progressive disability imposes increasing limitations and reduced quality of life for these patients. Newly released consensus guidelines offer neurologists and primary care physicians direction to improve the differential diagnosis and develop strategies to faci ...
 
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Fast Takes - Episode 41 Funding Source: National Institutes of Health (grant number: K23HD069494) and the Robert E. Leet & Clara Guthrie Patterson Trust Learn more about: Dr. Lauren Strober, Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research, and the peer-reviewed article at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hsc.13800 Co-authors: Elena …
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS, the Overcoming MS podcast where we explore all topics relating to living well with multiple sclerosis (MS). In this episode, Geoff meets MS and disability activist, Roxy Murray. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and bio. You can also watch this episode on our YouTube channel here. Make sure you sign up to ou…
 
I'm sharing what I learned about the AIP diet. I'm giving you all the Pros & Cons so you can make an informed decsion about what's best for you and your health! Eveyone is unique and at varied levels of healing, and nutrtion will always be KEY to strengthening you immune system. I can't wait for you to listen in!! Stay strong - you're more powerful…
 
Welcome to the Just MS Show, where we explore all things multiple sclerosis. I'm your host, Justin Loizos, and today we're looking back at the highlights of the past year. It's been an exciting year for the MS community, with many advances in research and treatment. In addition to this, we've also seen a number of new clinical trials and research s…
 
Fast Takes - Episode 40 Funding source: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada (grant no. #EGID3185) Learn more about: Dr. Brian Sandroff the Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research and the peer-reviewed article. Co-authors: Robert W Motl , Maria Pia Amato, Giampaolo Brichetto ,Jeremy Chataway, Nancy D Chiaravalloti, Gary R Cutter, Ulrik…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS, the Overcoming MS podcast where we explore all topics relating to living well with multiple sclerosis (MS). In this episode, we are pleased to welcome Dr Michelle O’Donoghue, OMSer (someone following the Overcoming MS Program) and co-editor of the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Handbook, as our guest. Keep reading for…
 
Do you wonder what causes food sensitivities? How is it your body could all of a sudden have issues with certain foods? And, in a lot of cases, once you have one food sensitivity others seem to follow. There are 2 reasons for food allergies/sensititvites/intolerances, and I'm breaking it all down in this episode. Autoimmune issues and MS often go h…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS, the Overcoming MS podcast where we explore all topics relating to living well with multiple sclerosis (MS). In this episode, we are taking you back to the launch of the ‘Overcoming MS Handbook: Roadmap to Good Health’ with Professor George Jelinek, Dr Jonathan White and Dr Phil Startin. Together they discussed how th…
 
Good clean water is important, however it takes a lot more than water to hydrate you at a cellular level. Knowing the right foods to eat will help you heal faster so you can begin feeling better sooner! I can't wait for you to listen in.. Stay strong - you're more powerful than you know Sandy 🧡 Show Resources Brains Shot - by Anthony William Abraha…
 
Welcome to Season 5 of Living Well with MS, where we are pleased to welcome holistic health practitioner and expert Magic Barclay as our guest! Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Magic's bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you’re new to Overcomi…
 
Hello Warrior! Last year was quite a challenge for me, and I'm getting real personal wth my own healing journey. 2022 wasn't easy at all, and now that I'm through it and on the other side, I wanted to share this journey with you in hopes it will help you in some way. I'm giving you the top 3 things I did to heal from Vertigo, balance issues, terrib…
 
What is it exactly that makes grains so controversial when it comes to eating healthy? There is so much misinformation out there, and when food industries need to make money, you betcha they're going to pull out all the stops to convince you to buy their product. Are you looking for the truth about grains? How about the potato? Is the whole nightsh…
 
Did you know there are external and internal triggers that can cause MS symptoms? Once you know what to look for, this information will be invaluable on your journey to healing your MS naturally. I'm talking about all of the environmental issues we encounter on a daily basis as well as the internal triggers like stress and hormones! Yes, ladies hor…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. In this episode, Geoff catches up with Overcoming MS facilitator, Dr Rachael Hunter, a clinical psychologist and senior lecturer in clinical and health psychology at Swansea University. Rachael talks to Geoff about the meaning of resilience and looking after your psychological health. Keep reading for the key episode…
 
I know from experience having digestive issues can effect the quality of your life AND when you're trying to heal MS naturally your GUT has everything to do with how long that process takes. There are many digestive issues such as diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating, stomach cramps, and discomfort that can get better with the right information. A…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. In this episode, Geoff meets with Kathy Chester, a certified fitness trainer and podcaster with MS. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Kathy’s bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you’re new to Overcoming MS, visit…
 
Are you wondering if fruit has too much sugar? Will it hinder or heal your MS symptoms? We hear a lot about KETO diets and wonder if they are good for MS. Fruit has been getting a bad rap, and there is a lot of misinformation out there regarding fruit, carbs, and sugar. I want you to be informed so you can make the BEST choices for you and your hea…
 
Are you looking for a way to reduce/elimate your MS symptoms naturally? From ALL neurological symptoms such as muscle weakness, spasms, tingles, numbness, tightness in the chest, MS hug, weakness of limbs, aches & pains, burning skin, cold hands & feet, joint pain, chronic fatigue, insomnia, balance issues, vertigo, ALL digestive issues Plus many m…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS coffee break #37, where we are pleased to welcome OMSer and Ambassador, Dave Jackman, as our guest! Watch this episode on our YouTube channel here. Keep reading for Dave’s bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you’re new to Over…
 
Ever wonder what supplements are best? Trying to manauver the world of supplements can be overwhelming and confusing. I'm taking out the guesswork and giving you my top 3 critical supplements that will have an impact on your journey to healing MS naturally. Why are supplements important to healing MS? If you want to improve your health quicker, all…
 
In this episode Justin interviews Terry Wahls, MD, who is looking to recruite people (RRMS) for her new study "Efficacy of Diet on Quality of Life in Multiple Sclerosis”. In this emotional and informative conversation Dr. Wahls, opens up about some of the challanges shes had to overcome with this illness. Explainng how she created a paleoithic diet…
 
Being a podcaster can be a lonely life. So what better way to begin the holiday celebrations than getting some of your favorite MSers together to talk about our plans for the season? Alongside my guests, we talk about some of the things that can play on our minds during this time of year, particularly when combined with having a chronic illness lik…
 
Do you have numbness, tingling, brain fog, poor memory, vertigo, balance issues, aches and pains, fatigue, anxiety, depression, exzema, psoriasos, or ringing in the ears? These are just some of the symptoms related to toxic heavy metals. I'm sharing how they get inside your body, how you can minimize exposure, and most importantly how to get them o…
 
In this episode, Justin has a conversation with fellow 'MSer' Heba Sudeh-Hyder. She explains how it was in the very beginning of her journey with m.s. through to where she is at today. Heba has been able to keep optimistic, while also working on a dream project she feels she never would have if not for this illness. Her project and new occupation a…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. In this episode, we are taking you back to one of our particularly popular webinars, ‘Introduction to Overcoming MS’ with Dr. Jonathan White. Whether you are new to Overcoming MS or have followed the Program for years, this episode will be a well-worthy listen as Jonathan guides you through each step and the evidence…
 
I know all too well how challenging is can be to stay on your healing path and manage the holiday celebrations - or any celebration because they always involve food. Even just going out to dinner with your partner to spend some well deserved alone time takes some time and effort. I'm giving you all my tips and resources so you can feel confident du…
 
What if I told you the foods you need to start healing from MS are at your nearby supermarket? It's true, now that you've listened to episode one and you know in your heart what's really causing all your MS symptoms, I know you will be as excited as I was when I discovered there are specific foods that will help support the healing process and help…
 
Fast Takes - Ep 38 Read the transcript Funding Source: EMD Serono Learn more about: Dr. Brian Sandroff,  https://kesslerfoundation.org/about-us/foundation-staff/brian-m-sandroff-phd The peer-reviewed article, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cct.2021.106563 Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research, https://kesslerfoundation.org/center-neuropsy…
 
Welcome to your next “plating” of Ask Jack, featuring the prodigious culinary talents of professional chef, writer, and OMSer Jack McNulty answering food and cooking questions from our community that inform their healthy Overcoming MS (OMS) lifestyle. You can submit your questions for Jack anytime by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. Keep on readi…
 
Brooke Pelczynski's life with Multiple Sclerosis is an inspiring example of someone taking their diagnosis and turning it into something great. Most recently, her varied career has led to her working for Marvel Comics! Brooke was undertaking her BFA in Illustration in New York when the fatigue and clumsiness that resulted in a number of ruined artw…
 
Are you looking for an all natural way of healing your MS symptoms? You may know Whole foods are best when it comes to nutrition and supporting your immune system, but what about processed foods? I often hear from alot of places that processed foods are not healthy, but Is it realistic in today's world of doing all the things to be able to have 3 m…
 
I'm sharing the top 3 foods you need to avoid if you want to feel better and begin to heal your body from life-sucking MS symptoms!! You may know there are specific foods you should avoid when you want to feel better, but do you know why? It's much more than "it's inflammatory" I really believe this will be helpful as you continue your healing jour…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. We are pleased to welcome Professor George Jelinek as part of a short series, '10 minutes with George’. These special episodes with the creator of the Overcoming MS Program mark the 10th anniversary of our charity, Overcoming MS. In this final episode, George explains his learnings after many years on the program and…
 
MS is often described as an invisible disability. But as the disease progresses, the focus - of patients as well as medical professionals - can shift to more visible, physical symptoms, like mobility issues. However, because the majority of people with MS are diagnosed in their 20s and 30s, the psychological and cognitive effects can all too often …
 
We are often told by doctors that it's our bodies fault and somehow it's turned on us and made us sick. I'm here to tell you this couldn't be further from the truth. Our immune system is VITAL to our health, and it's the only thing that fights to keep you well. I'm explaining the true root cause of your MS symptoms, and when you know what's really …
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. We are pleased to welcome Professor George Jelinek as part of a short series, '10 minutes with George’. These special episodes with the creator of the Overcoming MS Program mark the 10th anniversary of our charity, Overcoming MS. In this fourth episode, George explains how he uses and defines “overcoming” MS and “rec…
 
In this weeks episode Justin talks about last week's experience at a rehabilitation facility for multiple sclerosis he had the longest week that he's had in quite a while. This is mainly because the world's been shut down for the last couple years. Was great for him to be back in the mix of things getting things going. Justin feels optimistic about…
 
Welcome to the third episode in our short series '10 minutes with George', with Professor George Jelinek. This series marks the 10th anniversary of the charity Overcoming MS. In this episode, George talks about the importance of mindset, mental health and support from others with MS. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Professor Jelinek’…
 
In this episode Justin will be speaking about a new rehabilitation program that he will be starting in two days. The program will last six weeks and there will be two visits per week. Each visit will either be with a physiotherapist, social worker, or a occupational therapist. Justin has been here before. The first time he came to this facility for…
 
My guest today is Jenn Powell. She's an active advocate in the MS community, imparting her hopeful optimism to the real-life challenges facing those of us living with MS. Now with secondary-progressive MS, Jenn continues to elevate the patient voice to better the lives of our community. Jenn is the Brand and Marketing Manager for BioNews, an organi…
 
Hey there warrior! Welcome to The Empowered MS Warrior! I'm Sandy Roberts - a fellow MS Warrior, and a HUGE believer in our bodies ability to heal itself! If you're looking for all natural ways to reduce/eliminate your MS symptoms, you're in the right place. I'm here to inspire and empower you to take back your health from life-sucking MS. I'm shar…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. This is the second episode with Professor George Jelinek in our short series '10 minutes with George', which marks the 10th anniversary of the charity Overcoming MS. Some people see the Overcoming MS Program, which Professor Jelinek created, as needing an 'all or nothing’ approach. George explains how and why some pe…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS. We are pleased to welcome Professor George Jelinek as part of a short series, '10 minutes with George’. These special episodes with the creator of the Overcoming MS Program mark the 10th anniversary of our charity, Overcoming MS. In this first episode, George explains how to get started with the Overcoming MS program…
 
If you're connected with Multiple Sclerosis in any way - whether you're a patient, or a caregiver, family member, or loved one of somebody with the disease - it's easy (and NATURAL) to live in the what-ifs. We can all wallow in the negatives - hey, there's a reason why this podcast is called FUMS! But Sue Casey, my guest today, tries to live by a d…
 
Welcome to Living Well with MS Coffee Break #36, where we are pleased to welcome Dr. Jonathan White as our guest for this very special episode, our 100th podcast in the Living Well with MS series! Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Jonathan’s bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a fu…
 
Content warning: this episode includes a discussion about Lydia's personal experiences of Primary Progressive MS and her plans with regards to Death with Dignity, aka Suicide. Lydia Emily Archibald is an artist to her core. She was born in Chicago to globe-trotting activist parents, and this laid the foundation for her socially-conscious and politi…
 
In this week's episode, Justin speaks on his experiences with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) and his latest visit with a psychiatrist. The good doctor evaluated them to see if he needed this line of medication. Turns out that the doctor believes that he does not need them as he thinks the issues are primarily neurological. Multiple …
 
Bio: Mattie is a counselor, brain coach and CEO of Cerebrations, LLC, with over 25 years of experience in social work, counseling and coaching for people with anxiety, chronic pain, neurodiversity, and other life transitions. Mattie guides people on a journey to harness the power of brain science and body awareness to master the art of thinking, an…
 
More and more often, we're all hearing and talking about the use of diet and lifestyle as a way to manage chronic illness - and not just on the FUMS Podcast! In this episode, Dr. Terry Wahls (now officially our most featured guest) is here to tell us all about how we can get involved in her latest study, which asks a couple of simple but important …
 
Bio: Mindy Eisenberg, MHSA, C-IAYT is the Founder and Director of Yoga Moves MS, a nonprofit with the mission of improving the quality of life for individuals with MS, Parkinson’s Disease, and other neuromuscular conditions through the provision of adaptive yoga and holistic health and wellness education. Mindy has provided yoga therapy to individu…
 
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