Clean Eating Is The Best Diet For Myasthenia Gravis Patients


Myasthenia Gravis and Diet: Better Health and Weightloss


Living with Myasthenia Gravis symptoms can be challenging at a times. The way I learned to nourish my body for better health while living with symptoms of Myasthenia Gravis should not be categorized as a diet at all but an eating style; one which has helped get me back on track with my health. Along with other critical factors such as physical therapy, relaxation techniques and a few additional lifestyle changes, nourishing my body has helped me feel healthier than I have in years.

Please remember that managing and improving your health while living with symptoms of MG is an ongoing process. There is not a quick fix but by incorporating various important lifestyle upgrades, you have the potential to improve your current state of health. 

Dr. Andrew Thomas Weil, a holistic health doctor has touched on the importance of diet for people living with MG. The foods you eat are very important. I have experimented with these diet tips (along with my lifestyle upgrades) to find that they all work together and compliment each other creating your personal best health. 

I have shown myself there is hope and now I want to share with you. We all have the option to improve our health once we understand and listen to what our bodies need. So from here it is up to you. Below is a simple look into the diet and nutrition side of things. Remember, diet is only one aspect of the whole body picture.

If you would like to reach out and talk 1:1 you can always contact me

Eating a clean diet that is full of fresh fruits and vegetables, leafy greens, nuts and seeds, wild fish and organic grass fed meats that are unprocessed and chemical-free, is one of the best things you can do for your body. I truly believe an adapted clean eating style is one of the best ways to eat for people like myself with Myasthenia Gravis symptoms.  I say adapted, because for us, there are some foods that may be better left out of our diet, such as milk and dairy.

The Clean Eating Approach

Nourishing your body with whole, natural foods is important for people with Myasthenia Gravis symptoms. These include a wide variety of natural, unprocessed, chemical-free, hormone-free and preservative-free foods. Think fresh. As suggested by Dr. Weil, patients who suffer from Myasthenia Gravis (and all other autoimmune disorders) must eat a diet full of fresh organic fruits and vegetables while making sure to incorporate fruits and vegetables that are rich in potassium.

Dr. Weil also recommends eliminating polyunsaturated vegetable oils, margarine, vegetable shortening, all partially hydrogenated oils, and all foods (such as deep-fried foods) that might contain trans-fatty acids. “Use extra-virgin olive oil as your main fat. Reduce protein intake to 10 percent of total calories; replace animal protein as much as possible with plant protein. Eliminate milk and milk products (substitute other calcium sources)”

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Eighty percent of our immune system is located in our stomach. If our immune system is in our stomach, we should be fueling our stomach and body with clean, healthy, chemical-free foods that promote a calm healthy environment while simultaneously nourishing the body. When you eat whole, unprocessed foods, you can suddenly eat more while having more energy, feel better, look better and even an added bonus…you will weigh less. This has happened to me and it has happened to others after their eating style changed from processed to more natural.

 To Get You Started

Here is the basic breakdown and my personal food list for the diet that has worked best in the longterm for my Myasthenia Gravis symptoms. Overall, this is the plan I used to get myself where I am today. Stronger, healthier, and back on track.

  • Eat a clean diet (real foods, whole foods, pesticide-free)
  • Eliminate your dietary allergens (often dairy, nuts, soy, etc.)
  • Eliminate inflammatory grains
  • Reduce your packaged/canned food intake to ultimately eliminate excess sodium (frozen is great and fresh is best)
  • Eat plenty of healthy fats
  • Eat plenty of leafy greens and rainbow veggies

Foods to include:

(unless you have an allergy or you feel sluggish after consumption)


  • black beans
  • cannelini beans
  • pinto beans
  • chickpeas
  • wild caught low mercury fish
  • organic free-range eggs
  • organic free-range turkey and chicken
  • organic grass-fed beef
  • wild-caught salmon
  • raw almonds
  • raw macadamia nuts
  • sunflower seeds
  • walnuts
  • almond butter/raw almond butter
  • Protein powder (be careful with this one they are not all created equal. ask your NMD)



  • kale
  • spinach
  • lettuces
  • watercress
  • cucumber
  • celery
  • onions
  • garlic
  • cilantro
  • parsley
  • ginger root
  • turmeric root
  • tomatoes
  • zucchini
  • squash (butternut, spaghetti, kabocha)
  • root vegetables (beet root, parsnip, carrot, rutabaga, turnip, sweet potato)
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower


  • extra virgin olive oil
  • extra virgin coconut oil
  • pepper
  • pink himalayan salt
  • turmeric
  • ginger
  • cinnamon
  • stevia
  • apple cider vinegar
  • miso


  • lemons/limes
  • mango
  • papaya
  • apples
  • bananas
  • nectarines
  • peaches
  • avocado
  • all fresh berries
  • melons
  • pineapple


  • coconut water
  • spring water
  • almond milk
  • hemp milk
  • coconut milk


  • Flax seed
  • Hemp seed
  • Chia seed
  • Goji berries
  • Cacao powder
  • Cacao nibs

Foods to avoid:

  • all white ‘stuff’ (usually what is in most refined foods, sweets and packaged goods)
  • refined sugar (not natural)
  • alcohol
  • fast food
  • fried food
  • junk food
  • soda
  • dairy/milk products
  • corn
  • most grains





47 Replies to “Clean Eating Is The Best Diet For Myasthenia Gravis Patients”

  1. Hi! Would you please let me to know whether or not red caviar from wild caught salmon and wild caught smoked salmon are good for your diet.

  2. Hi! Would you please let me to know whether or not red caviar from wild caught salmon and smoked wild caught salmon are acceptable for your diet.

  3. Hello Admin,

    Good blog, though as someone mentioned before you should have an “About Me’ section to improve credibility.

    Also, on that note, you mention:
    – Eliminate your dietary allergens (often dairy, nuts, soy, etc.)

    But then you say:
    Foods to include:
    – raw almonds
    – raw macadamia nuts
    – walnuts

    You contradict yourself.

    Can you clarify this?


    1. Yes I would love to clarify for you! So, you should stay away from dietary allergens (often dairy, nuts, soy) if you have a known allergy to them. If you do not yet know if you are allergic or not it would be a great idea to get an allergy panel done on yourself. If your body has no problem with them and does not produce an immune immune of inflammation then they are ok to include in your diet.

      Also, I am working on an about me section! It will come very soon. Thank your your feedback :)

  4. Myasthenia Gravis presents a real challenge because there is no cure ! The medicines, usually Mestinon, must also be taken for life to control the symptoms. Never take the medicine on an empty stomach; it is known to cause stomach upset, nausea and diarrhea. Take it with food always and preferably before a full meal. Eat as many fresh fruits and vegetables as possible; cooked or raw. Avoid highly processed and fatty foods, refined sugars and sodium, too.

  5. Hi!

    I am exactly three (3) months on your diet. I see no improvements at all. Do you know someone who entered into remission using your diet?

    I found from the internet only one person Fran German who entered into remission having been on a vegetarian/vegan diet.

    Nobody else even mentioned that he/she was trying to beat MG by a diet.

    Would you please let me to know of how long you were on your diet before entering into remission?

    A quick response would be greatly appreciated.


    1. I am 77 years old, with Myastenia G. I walk between 2 1/2 and 4 miles a day at a 15 minute clip and have lost 30 pounds and kept them off for two years, through the method eating. Before I started this, I couldn’t walk a block and sat in the house and whined. No wonder I’m a believer.

  6. Hi, I was diagnosed in 1998 as with MG and Graves disease. I enjoyed. I’m actually going AIP because I am tired of medicine & the unpredictability of Myasthenia gravis. It spiraled my life out of control in 2008. 3 years years after I graduated college I had to leave my federal job. I am now trying to get to optimal health & I’m almost there. I use Ganoderma & Chaga from the company I joined to supplement my income as my twins are 19 now and things are crazy in Louisiana. Ťhank you for this article.

  7. Hi All
    My disease was diagnosed in January 2015 (Generalized Myasthenia Gravis)
    I was admitted in hospital for ten days.
    there was a thymoma gland which was active and was removed successfully at Mumbai on May 2015.
    But after a year once again I notice that the Voice change at night.
    I think they’re immune to the particles in the blood
    How is this possible?

  8. Folks, the whole-plant-based diet is the healthiest statistically. See the book “China Study”. This is basically a vegan diet without oil. Anything else is a compromise. If you want to help your MG, this is the diet. And depending on the severity, it has a chance of putting it into remission. Again, “wanting or wishing” or fads are not science. Statistics on 1 billion people’s eating habits is. If you want to see a documentary, see “Forks Over Knives”.

  9. I was diagnosed in 2002. Had a thymoma tumor the size of a baseball ,which was removed. Never knew it was there,until I was slurring my speech and began having problems swallowing.I was misdiagnosed 7 times.You have to go to a Neuroligist who specializes in MG. You can usually find them in Medical groups associated with University teaching hospitals like the University of Miami Medical School at Jackson Memorial,Dr. ROBERT SHEBERT,or NY Presbeterian Hospital. The first thing to remember is NOT TO BE AFRAID. Its treatable and you can live with it .I am now 67. I went from choking on food,and choking with the thick mucus that myasthenia sometimes produces; but when it happens,stay calm and you can actually pull it out with your fingers. May sound disgusting,but you learn fo deal with it.Of course this happens in extreme cases of weakness as it happened to me. I couldn’t even raise my arms to blowdry my hair,and things like a frying pan would just drop out of my hands.I had difficulty in walking and you have to avoid extreme hest and cold conditions.That doesn’t mean you can’t go snow skiing or to a beach. I have lived in both South and North USA. I lost tremendous amounts of weight but the other side of it,I was happy fo see my old teenage body look again. You have to keep positive and not be scare.You must rest everytime you start feeling weak,then your body recovers and you can resume your activity.I had all the symptoms,double vision too. I was first on Prednisone and Mestinon,which messed up my colon,and had to get a colon resection.Then I was put on CellCept. I did not allow hospital doctors to do a plasmapheresis, because is a waste of time ,but the IVG’s saved me. Everytime I went into a bad weak crisis,would get one at hospital and come out sinfing like a happy bird. You have to be in contact with your doctor informing them of your progress and what medicines are not working for you before they cause you harm. I have been medication free since 2009. I stay away from bread,because its hard to swallow,or hard foods like a hard steak. On the other hand,I can eat everything but I stay away from alcohol,and specially too much caffeine. I am doing good because I have a great sense of humor and an adventurous spirit and I take care of myself and I am always researching. I appreciate your website,sjnce I was looking for advise on foods to eat at this point. My problem now is not being able to loose weight and I need to loose 50lbs in order to walk better and be healthier.Thank you for all your educational advise and to anyone reading my comments,know that even in extreme cases as mine,the most important things is your nutrition the right doctor,and to keep a great attitude and do your research. God bless to all

    1. hi just a little confused. you mentioned that early on after being diagnosed you lost weight? yet years later you mention you have been off drugs for several yrs and gained a bunch of weight while off medications? I can’t imagine my being off meds for that long. any suggestions as to how you did that?

  10. Thanks for posting what’s worked well for you. Remember this is the snowflake disease where no two cases are exactly alike.

    @Deborah, canned food is OK if you look for the ones with the least added salt. Salt and syrup and additives are the main problems with canned vs. frozen or fresh foods. Because you can’t handle wild/long-grain rice and whole wheat, substitute white rice and normal white flour and white potatoes if you tolerate those well. Many but not all of us with MG have issues with Dairy or Lactose but those who can tolerate some lactose-free dairy have discovered Kraft All Natural and Cabot hard cheeses labeled as containing 0g of lactose per serving. They’re safe for me even though I am extremely lactose intolerant. So are Lactaid brand products and Breyers Lactose-free ice cream. Fiber supplements like metamucil can act as a bile binder to help control diarrhea, too. The trick is to find what works for you. So read those canned veggie labels for sodium content and fruit cans for syrup vs. water or natural juices. And remember, you’re not alone. I suspect, because of your food allergies and sensitivities, you’re already keeping a food diary of what you eat when and when you have toilet issues or other digestive reactions so you can try to avoid past mistakes and identify food sensitivities/allergies. If so, that’s great. Try to record also how you feel in general, mood changes, and your mg symptoms and medications.

    1. I couldn’t agree with you more. This post is to give those out there a starting point and awareness that your diet will affect your health – with the understanding that by replacing processed foods with whole foods, by eliminating dietary allergens and by eliminating the junk, your health will in one way or another begin to improve. And when MG is bad or negatively affecting daily life, as I’m sure many can relate, the desire to improve the health of your body however you can is strong. Luckily, improving the diet is something we can do to cultivate and improve our health with little to no negative side effects. I did write a post awhile back in response to your question Deborah, I hope you saw it and if not, here you go: Q+A
      Thank you for your response and added information Nick. It is greatly appreciated!

  11. I was diagnosed at 14 and am now 33. I have had my ups and downs but 2 yrs ago i had a major stress in my life and ever since then ive been on a downward spiral. Ive tried all the medicines and nothings worked. I am currently on 15 mg of prednisone and refuse to increase. Its keeping me at bay but my speech has gotten so bad i stopped working. I stopped eating gluten, dairy, sugar, and red meat for 3 wks and felt exactly the same so i stopped. Any suggestions?

    1. You need to give a gluten free diet a few months before deciding if it helps your MG. I’ve been gluten free since 2007 and didn’t really feel the full benefit for at least a year. I enjoyed remission for 13 years. I’ve never looked back on losing the gluten. I wish you well on your journey.

  12. Hello Jeanne, Girl use up google, u will be surprise what you will find. You can Google M G D or people with M G D and read everything then pick out what applies to you. Just don’t let it all confuse you. Try with the words together or seperate words with a space. I am not sure what MGD is for but weather it is for myathenia gravis desease or meibormian gland dysfunction google will help you.
    Good luck.

  13. Hello Rose Marie Alcaide, I know exactly what you are going through and very sorry you are going through this. I was diagnose April 2013 with MG and am presently learning to live with it daily. I want to tell you do not give up, it is not an easy battle but it is also not the worst battle. I try not to sit in my weakness daily and think about myself and my challenge, it does no good for me.
    Instead I choose to learn and know my limits, do my best with Gods help and take one day at a time. I visit YouTube site with people with MG and watch and listen to them, it helps to know you are not alone and how different the MG cases are.
    I also when my eye allow me, do online research to learn more about MG, I am surprise at the different views and takes different experts has on MG. They say MG is called the snow flake disease and that no two persons symptoms are the exact same, I personally think that is why some specialist don’t know how or what to do with us, because in their pass experience with MG what you are experiencing does not add up and they seem to be at a lost. I don’t know if you had the experience of telling your neurologist what’s going on with you and they shut you down saying, it had nothing to do with MG, or that MG has no pain etc.
    I also spend my time catching up with others expecially the sick ones, I listen to their challenges and limits and what they are getting through and living with daily. This can open your eyes to another level, will also prevent you from having another pity party Lol.
    Don’t get down hearted and never forget no matter how bad our situation is there is always someone out there who is a lot worse than us. May God give you the courage you need to deal with this, rely on him and he will. God bless u. Your MG sister.
    Also a nurse friend told me even before I was diagnosed, you know the period when all these symptoms are there and you are getting worst and falling and the ER treat you like you must be crazy, yes those times lol. Anyway she told my symptoms sound like something neurological and whatever it is stop eating anything that is processed, eat nothing that comes in a box, bag, bottle, can, they all go through processing, they have been refined, stripped, remade, have additives and preservatives. These are no good for your immune system, she also said to buy organic fruits and vegs if I can afford them to avoid the GMO foods. I did a research on GMO foods and was shock to find out the wide variety of foods tha are geomodically modified, back then I thought it was just corn, tomatoes, papaya. I was shocked.

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  15. Hello I have enjoyed reading all the posy. I have had mg just a short while that I am aware of…there is so much I need to learn. Can anyone tell me what they make smoothies puy of…I am having a difficult time putting a menu together for myself therefore days I don’t eat because of the cramping and other stuff my body does.

  16. HELLO,
    I have the symptoms of MGD. I want to learn more of these disease. Can you help me? I am going to see a specialist like next week. I am grateful to your healthy tips. thanks

  17. I am trying to do as much as possible to be as healthy as possible without having to consistently increase my medication. I have read about the healthy diet. My main question is I am allergic to coconut, sesame and other seeds, avocado, wild rice, long rice, ginger and all seafood. I cannot eat anything with whole wheat and I have to eat cheese because of osteoarthritis (can’t take the medications so I do natural). I can eat the white flour, bread and such. As I am reading the list it says NO can goods. Because of money that is all I can afford. So if I were to drain/clean the vegetables would that be beneficial? And since I am allergic to so much and I have other illnesses can I eat the white flours if in small doses and will that be beneficial? Or do you have any suggestions because even my doctor is at a loss with all my allergies? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank You

    1. Thank you for bringing this concern live for others to understand and learn from as well, as I’m sure many others are in the same situation. Nick gave a great response to your question – check the labels and yes, do rinse the canned foods. The issue with canned foods are that they, as Nick mentioned, tend to be the high sodium content and then contain added chemicals and preservatives. If you would like to read more there is a full post on the issue here

  18. hi i was diagnose of MG last 2011,,,i cannot work now due to my sickness last may 2014 i was rush to hospital and put in ICU for 10 days…right now im weak and my speech blurred and also my eyes drop and i want to give up my life,,,i felt so shame coz i cant talk well>>

    1. I’m sorry to hear that you are currently going thru this. Please know that you are not alone. I have been in your position, ICU and all, in the past. The best advice I can give you is to truly try and relax…try to not put extra stress on yourself to be better now. I know you want to and it can be stressful and scary wondering when you will be/feel better but let me tell you that this shall pass and you will feel better. BUT in the meantime take it easy and nourish yourself.

      I realized that putting pressure on myself and being embarrassed of how my health was doing when it wasn’t good, actually made my health worse! It is easier said than done, I know. But I wish I would have known this tip when I was feeling so desperate to feel better. So, follow your doctors orders and give yourself some compassion and take this reassurance that you will get thru this. Self-love can do wonders. Rest and close your eyes (if you wear glasses or contacts give your eves a break from them – something I learned when my eyes are feeling a bit weak and overworked).

      Stress has a huge affect on the whole body so do what you can to reduce your current stress levels the best you can.

      Listen to some guided meditation music – that always helps me feel calm – you can search online for some. Open a window to breathe fresh air (the outdoors/nature/fresh air is so important to feeling calm and healthy). Have a close friend or family be near/visit or someone who is understanding and kind.

      No need to feel ashamed at all. Nourish yourself with healthy foods and rest. One last tip, if you can, ask your doctor to check your iron and vitamin D levels…low levels of either can cause you to feel excess fatigue. If they are low, getting your levels up may help you feel less fatigued/weak. I only know this because I found out I had very low levels of both and bringing them up seemed to help me. And remember, you’re not alone. Hang in there.
      Much love to you xx

      1. My husband has MG in his right eye. Mestinon and prednisone have helped him. I feed him healthy food. His iron and vitamin d levels were low. He had an iron infusion and that helped a lot. Nutrition is important. Staying as stress free is helpful too. He served three tours in Vietnam and was exposed to agent orange all that time…of course the VA does not recognize MG in their list of covered ilnesses. Our neurologist believes that MG can be related to chemical exposure. In my research I have learned a lot…google is the best. Hair dye and such are chemicals so try to go natural with your hair and consider mouth wash, toothpaste, etc. I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and am very chemical sensitive. Just think about all the chemicals and dyes in our food source and personal care products and avoid them as much as possible. Also, in our opinion a personal relationship with God and His son Jesus is extremely important. One teacher we like is Andrew Wommack. He has a wonderful web site that is encouraging and helpful on our journey with Him. Love!

    1. Hi there! One important tip I have for you if you are trying to gain weight is to try and increase your healthy fat intake! Eat plenty of Coconut oil, olive oil, almond butter, avocado, nuts and seeds! All of those things are still healthy and unprocessed (just make sure to buy natural almond butter (just read the label on the back – natural almond butter will only contain almonds and salt). Coconut oil is great too…it’s an anti-viral, anti-fungal, and very healthy for the immune system ! A tablespoon can easily be added into hot drinks, smoothies and used to cook veggies and it’s a great substitute for butter. This should really help you gain a little. Much love to you xx

  19. I am so happy that I found this website!!! I have had MG for 11yrs. I was really young when I was diagnosed, It has been a long, long journey. At one point I quit eating red meat, pork, and chicken and I felt great but I was still eating processed foods. I was able to workout but I wasn’t 100%. Now that I’ve read your information I’m thinking It was the other things I was still eating…..Cut to today I have relapsed and its pretty bad. Its really hard to get my IVIG because I’m a hard stick (unable to find a vein). I’ve been thinking of doing holistic treatment, so I’m going to start with this list you have provided I’m going to over haul my kitchen. I’m very grateful to you for this. Do you have any advice for my coffee addiction (lol) I don’t want to give it up, I have to have my one cup a day is that ok?

    1. I’m just as happy and thankful to be able to share my journey with you! I was also diagnosed at a very young age (17) and have been thru some very rough times…a nd like you, I am an almost impossible stick! Looking back now, I see that every rough time or relapse in health has taught me something greater that I can use towards having and maintaining my health and happiness…so DON’T GIVE UP! Every ‘setback’ is a lesson waiting to be seen and hopefully understood :) I have learned the hard way how much we all need balance in life. We all need a healthy diet, healthy mind (love and compassion for yourself), and happy soul for our body to be and feel nourished. Remember to not be hard on yourself and simply learn as you go. Take time to do something which you find joy in every day (it can be anything as long as it makes you feel happiness), eat a healthy diet and try to cut your coffee back to every other day and replace the missed days with green tea instead! Coffee will dehydrate you and it can zap the iron stores in the body leading to lower than normal iron levels (specially if you’re not eating red meat) which can over time lead to anemia. I will share some info about low iron and anemia in a future post!

      I hope this gives you a little reminder to keep trying and be open to learning! You are not alone.
      Much love xx

  20. I have IBS and was told years ago I also had mg and just now in the process of actual testing now as I have become extremely worse. It’s so hard knowing what to do, I refuse to take all the meds out there but find diets from the extreme of Paleo to raw vegan, both of which I can’t do, I love some meat. This sounds more reasonable and makes sense and I’m definitely going to start. I’ve already been doing smoothies each morning and love them. Actually raised my blood pressure the healthy way without all the salt I was told to take. It is a relief to find guidance along this path in life.

  21. Chanced upon this site today. Infact, it is after many years that i gathered courage today to do a google on MG. The site is really helpful. Infact, I just started having spinach and all other fruit juices+garlic+ginger juice in the mornings. Should continue the same.
    I am from India. My name is Pallavi and have had MG for 7 years now. I have had 2 thymoma episodes and 2 major surgeries. I lost my voice and that was bizarre because I was a Radio Jock!!! And a good one at that!
    Glad to have read this. Great that u wrote this!!!
    Strength be with us!

  22. I have had so many different people (medical) say to eat this, take this, avoid this and then the other would say to eat, avoid, do, and don’t do that is totally opposite. I am at a loss. This website has come the closest of anything I have found to answer my many unanswered questions. Thank you for working so hard and sharing this info with others. I have had MG for several years and I know food is a biggy with MG, but I have been pulled in so many different directions, I just as soon quit the whole thing. This, however, has given me an incentive to begin again.

  23. Love your website! This makes so much sense, I have tried so many diets and suffered as a result..
    are eggs ok to eat, and in what quantity?

  24. Hi!! my name is Hope i am from Mexico an i have MG since i was 17 now i am 20 and i just love your site i really think that im going to try this because i reallly love live and if this diet is what it takes to be alright im going for it also im going to start doing excersise THANKS so much !!!

  25. I appreciate what you are putting out there, I just don’t think I could do it. I have had MG for over 15 years, diagnosed for over 12. I am lucky I’ve not had to go the IVIG, plasmapheresis, or immunosuppressive route. I lead my life to the best of my abilities. I’ve tried implementing something like this, and I got as far as cutting out alcohol. As I only drink one per day tops, this wasn’t difficult, nor has it made a difference. I have too many health issues to give up things that make me happy, even if they are bad for me. Life is just too short not to eat well.

  26. Hi guys! I’ve had mg for like 6 yrs and been seriously struggling. Until about a month ago I’ve had no idea what to do about it until this website gave me some hope :) and sparked an idea to do some research. I started also started to experiment with all the weird things in the grocery store (I live in East Asia now btw) and found this amazing little herb?! Their called CORDYCEPS. I don’t know what it is but it’s suppose to work wonders! I also found a mg Chinese medicine treatment center! And in their list of what the treatment is they listed these little guy! Maybe it can help you guys like its helping me! I hope you can find it in the USA fresh! Btw a bunch of marathon runners started winning in the us and turned out it was due to a tonic made from it! Here’s a link to the hospital in china that list their treatment type!

  27. I just shared your site in a Facebook group for alternative MG therapies/treatments and it was met with harsh criticism due to a lack of information about you (the author) or your sources. I tried to explain the source is personal experience, but they didn’t want to hear it. PLEASE post an “About the Author” section and address the question of sources. I am sad to see people potentially missing out on amazing information because of this issue.

  28. On my goodness, where have you been?! I am three years into the exact same journey (since my diagnosis). I have reached extraordinarily similar conclusions to yours. I will check out the rest of your findings, but based on the information on this page, it would appear great minds think alike. I seriously could cry because you’re the very first person I have encountered doing anything even close to what I am (for MG).

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for taking the time to post this information. I have been grappling with the idea of doing the same thing myself because I too have found no other information (until now) related to what I’m doing. There are some key differences between your plan and mine (as far as I can tell), but overall we seem to be doing remarkably similar things.

    I will keep reading and checking back, so thank you again for such great information!

  29. Thank you so much for your great article and shopping / pantry lists. I will slowly start introducing these changes!

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