Dr. Terry Wahls speaks about her incredible healing journey at TEDxIowaCity
Terry Lynn Wahls, M.D. is an Assistant Chief of Staff at Iowa City VA Health Care and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa. In 2000, she was diagnosed with a chronic progressive neurological disorder and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. In a debilitating state and after unsuccessful treatment with drugs and chemotherapy she started an in-depth research on how to reverse and stop the shrinking of the brain (a side effect of multiple sclerosis) and to heal herself. She found the solution in nutrition and the function of microchondria; by being her own guinea pig she changed her diet to one largely based on the ancient hunter-gatherer principles. Within one year she was no longer in a wheel chair but with her health restored able to ride a bicycle again.
This video is not only about disease, it is an alarming wake-up call. Dr. Wahls challenges people to become more aware in their food intake in order to stay healthy and have more vitality. She teaches the public about the healing power of food and conducts clinical trials on the treatment of MS, describing herself as ‘a canary in a coal mine’.
We all have a choice:
I challenge you all
to become modern-day hunter-gatherers…
we have a choice. What will yours be?
Read more about Dr. Terry Wahls and her book, The Wahls Protocol
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