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Sunday, July 5, 2009

About the Swank Low-Fat Diet for the Treatment of MS

We are about to show you a sensible plan for balanced nutrition developed over a 50-year period of research with hundreds of MS patients. After reading the following, you may wish to print out our Quick Reference and Diet Recording Form to keep handy as you learn the diet. To learn even more, read Dr. Swank's groundbreaking book.

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1 comment:

Maria Zaldivar said...

I started on Swank last year after having been diagnosed with MS and being on Copaxone as of seven years ago. I believe its another layer of protection I am adding to my life against the progress of MS. Despite the fact that it has not been scientifically proven adhering to this eating regimen will avoid other health issues which is the last thing anyone with MS needs.