Can you imagine what it would feel like to be confined to an electric wheelchair for years… and then one day, being able to walk and even ride your bike again? Well, my guest knows exactly what that feels like — and says FOOD helped her get her life back. On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I speak with Dr. Terry Wahls, a professor at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, a modern day medical marvel, and a good friend of mine. In 2000, Dr. Wahls was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects more than more than 2.3 million people worldwide.
But after years of steady decline, she was able to turn things around. In 2007, she began a hunter-gatherer diet that employes FOOD as medicine. And the results were astonishing. Within a year, Dr. Wahls was able to walk through the hospital without a cane, and even ride a bike! Tune in to learn more about her journey, and how the right diet can dramatically decrease the symptoms of M.S. and other serious health problems.
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