overcoming multiple sclerosis
by professor george jelinek
the evidence based 7 step recovery program
I started OMS after returning home from hospital around August 2015. Currently I’ve been relapse free since starting and I feel amazing on it. My recovery has gone from strength to strength and has been an incredible transformation. I very much doubt I would be doing so well today if I didn't start OMS. My ultimate goal is recovery and I believe it will happen. I feel OMS is really just about nurturing your mind and body and getting back to basics, back to the way we should be eating, thinking and living.
THE OMS RECOVERY PROGRAM principles
Accept the diagnoses and express the associated grief
- Determine to do whatever it takes to get well
- Commit to an ongoing process of exploring and resolving emotional and spiritual ‘dis-ease’ and resolving unfinished business – this may be facilitated by keeping a diary, talking to friends or counsellors, attending an MS support group and meditating.
- Embrace the recovery program as a new way of living well
- Diet & Supplements
- A plant based, whole-foods diet, plus seafood, avoiding saturated and altered fats.
- Omega 3 fatty acids, 20gms (20mil) a day of flaxseed oil or in fish
- Optional B group vitamins, B12 supplement if needed
- Vitamin D
- Sunlight 15 minutes daily 3 to 5 times per week exposing most of the body
- Vitamin D3 supplement of 5000iu daily in winter or if no sun in summer, aiming for a blood level of around 150nmol/L
- 30 minutes daily
- Take one of the disease modifying drugs regularly
- Take steroids when you have flare-ups
Below is the latest OMS book which has been updated and revised to make it easier to understand. If your interested in giving OMS a go please start by reading this book it is INCREDIBLE and will give you so much hope. It will make you understand that it is quite possible to recover from this illness through some very simple and inexpensive diet and lifestyle changes.
The book on the right is also fantastic as its testimonials from people who've acheived remission on the OMS program.