The biggest cause of multiple sclerosis

What is the biggest cause of multiple sclerosis? I have interviewed hundreds of people who suffer with MS. They are all searching for a better way to treat it – a way to get their lives back.

Chronic silent infections are the biggest cause of MS, and by treating the cause a significant amount of recovery is possible – sometimes full recovery. There is hope!

Why do I have authority to talk about the cause of MS?

I have been MS free since 1989 and I have coached over 600 students in their recoveries. Through my own journey and the successes of my students, I have gained profound insights into the types of infections that cause multiple sclerosis.

You’ve probably been told that the cause of MS is unknown and that there is no cure. Nothing could be further from the truth.

My story

I was diagnosed with MS in 1988 when I was just 28 years old. I was a young mom, and had always been a healthy person. In a matter of weeks, I went from being a normal person to someone with an incurable neurological disease.

Looking back at that time in my life I was a bit tired, but I thought it was to be expected. I had two young children under the age of three. One sunny afternoon at a park with my family, I noticed a black spot in the centre of my vision in my left eye. I rubbed my eye but it wouldn’t go away.

It quickly got worse and within three days I lost all vision in my left eye. I also had tingling and weakness in my legs, headaches, insomnia – I was a mess. I was referred to the University of British Columbia Hospital MS Clinic in Canada for tests. My neurologist concluded that I had multiple sclerosis.

He informed me that there is no known cause and no cure for MS, and that I would become completely disabled in time. He warned me that I would be tempted by all kinds of snake oil cures but nothing would stop the progression of my disease.

Finding hope with an MS diagnosis

I was devastated. I felt that my life was over. It was a very dark day. Shortly after my diagnosis, my mother-in-law gave me a book. It was written by a medical doctor who shared that all chronic disease stems from infections in the body. If the infections are treated, the disease will stop and the patient will have a lot of recovery. That book opened my eyes to a whole new world of possibilities, a world I didn’t know existed.

Moving forward to living MS free

I truly believe that it was by divine intervention that I was given that book. It showed me the true cause of MS – infection. After reading that book, I decided not to follow the path of standard of care. I decided to take a new path, one that would treat infection, the root cause of MS.

This new path was not easy to follow. I had no mentor, no skilled health care professional in my corner. I didn’t even have the Internet. Over the past 30 years I have done a lot of research, worked with many different integrative healthcare professionals and experimented with many safe therapies.

All the hard work paid off. I have lived MS free without MS maintenance drugs since 1989. I have also had the privilege of helping over 600 students in the Live Disease Free Academy in their recovery from MS and other diseases. By treating the root cause of MS – chronic, silent infections in the body – we have seen incredible successes. These infections include fungal overgrowth, the infections associated with Lyme disease, and parasites.

Fungus

At least 30-40 years ago, several medically-trained health care professionals understood that fungal overgrowth played a significant role in causing multiple sclerosis. Dr. William Crook, Dr. Orian Truss, Dr. Luc De Schepper and Dr. Zoltan Rona are four doctors who taught me that MS is caused by infection, and that fungal overgrowth is a major cause of multiple sclerosis (and all chronic disease). They were helping their patients recover from multiple sclerosis by treating fungal overgrowth.

Research shows that there are at least 400 different types of fungi that can cause disease in humans. Candida overgrowth in the body can produce over 70 toxins and can cause over 80 symptoms. Research has also found fungal infections (and their mycotoxins) in the blood, spinal fluid and brain cells of people who suffered with multiple sclerosis.

Lyme Disease

The bacteria associated with Lyme disease is also a major cause of neurological symptoms for those with multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases.

Lyme disease is an infection caused by various microbes including Borrelia, Babesia, Bartonella, Ehrlichia, and others, that are transmitted through biting insects, and can cause debilitating illness.

Shockingly, researchers have been finding these spirochetes in the central nervous system of people who suffered with MS as far back as 1911. We have shared over 30 of these studies.

Parasites

In his 2016 study of the brains and spinal fluid of patients who had died from MS, pathologist Dr. MacDonald found nematode worms in the brains and spinal fluid of 100% of MS patients that he tested.

In addition, he discovered that Borrelia (the bacteria that causes Lyme disease) was present inside the worms, and when the worms die in the central nervous system, Borrelia is released into the central nervous system (CNS), consequently infecting the brain and spinal fluid.

Although Dr. MacDonald found Borrelia in the CNS of MS patients, he also found many more worms. This is a monumental discovery because it has been known for at least 100 years that when these nematodes infect the central nervous system of domestic animals, the animals suffer with the same neurological symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis.

Also, it is important to note that these nematode worms can be passed from animals to humans.

What I have learned about the cause of MS:

1. MS and chronic disease in general is caused by a collection of chronic infections.

2. Fungal overgrowth is always present and must be treated.

3. Most often vector-borne infections associated with Lyme disease are also present.

4. Big and small parasites are a huge problem and must be treated effectively.

5. Recovery is never a one size fits all approach – each person requires a slightly modified treatment plan.

6. Herbs and/or drugs alone will not give lasting results. A combination of therapies have shown to be most effective in recovery.

7. Because these infections are a true infestation it takes months to treat them successfully.

8. A holistic approach must be implemented – we follow the Live Disease Free eating plan, support the body, remove environmental toxins, treat infections and rebuild the body’s natural defence.

9. Once recovered, parasites and fungus must be treated at least once a year for prevention.

Please watch my video below to learn more about the biggest cause of multiple sclerosis. I also encourage you to share this important information with your friends and family!

 

Author Pam Bartha

Clinically diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 28, Pam chose an alternative approach to recovery. Now decades later and still symptom free, she coaches others on how to treat the root cause of chronic disease, using a holistic approach. She can teach you how, too.

Pam is the author of Become a Wellness Champion and founder of Live Disease Free. She is a wellness expert, coach and speaker.

The Live Disease Free Academy has helped hundreds of Wellness Champions in over 15 countries take charge of their health and experience profound improvements in their life.

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