More on Dr. Allen Bowling

The other day, in a reply to a post I mentioned Dr Allen Bowling and his book "Complementary & Alternative Medicine & MS." Here is a link to an article about Dr Bowling with an interview and a link to his website.

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  • Thank you for sharing Bill. The link is well worth a visit and very informative, blessings Jimeka 🦋 🌈

  • Thank you BillD999

    Appreciate the great info you post 👍

  • Thanks BillD999 from what l read through, it sounds like what most PCP's and Neurologists want there patients to do anyway. Eat right, exercise, take your vit. D, don't drink, (man l miss my tiquila) no smoking, and that's sooo not happening! Almost common sense things.☺

    Jes🌠

  • Hi Bill, I have just read the link again on vitamin D. I do not understand the passage where he mentions that people who live near the coastal areas were more prone to ms than people who live inland, yet the coastal people eat more fish with omega 3 and vitamin D. I am confused, you would think it would be the other way around. Blessings Jimeka 🦋 🌈

  • @jimeka, I think, based on other reading I have done, that this is a mistake and should read that people in coastal areas have a lower incidence of MS, not higher. Thanks for pointing that out, it is confusing.

  • Thanks for clearing that up Bill, 👍🦋🌈

  • BillD999

    Reading dr bowlings site, there's a drop down box with a wealth of info on many supplements and alt. Treatments.

    All seem evidenced based. Awesome info but believe it's from 2007. Does he have updates?

  • erash, his most recent book was published in 2014 so hopefully it contains more current info (I don't have that book).

  • Thanks! BillD999

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