MS, like most major chronic diseases, does not have a single cause. Therefore, approaching it from several different angles seems appropriate. Factors such as smoking, alcohol, lifestyle (e.g., non-exercise), and poor nutrition top the list of contributors to the problem along with environmental toxicants such a phthalates which are wide spread.
There is little doubt that this toxicant disrupts the normal functioning of the nervous system during development of the fetus while in the womb. After delivery of the child, and with continued exposure and contact with phthalates in the environment, the disruption continues.
One way to get rid of the toxicant is through sweating. As with running a marathon, sweating is good. So, induce a little sweating during the day that helps slow the process of MS down, stop it, and turn things around.
Dr. Rudy Cartwright
MS Health Coach