The Wahls Diet App makes following the principles of the Wahls Diet easy. It is a powerful tool that will help you manage your multiple sclerosis symptoms.
Inside the app, you’ll find nutrient-rich, chef-created recipes that are delicious and easy to plan with clear concise directions and shopping lists.
What the recipes don’t contain are refined carbohydrates and inflammatory foods. The app tracks nutrients for you to take the guesswork out of complicated protocols, so you can concentrate on improving your health.
The Wahls Diet App filters in what you need and filters out what you don’t need. New recipes are added every week.
Aside from MS, the Wahls Diet App also helps patients with the following autoimmune conditions: Type 1 Diabetes, Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriasis, Lupus, Inflammatory bowel disease, Addison’s disease, Grave’s disease, Sjögren’s syndrome, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Myasthenia gravis, Autoimmune vasculitis, Pernicious anemia, Celiac disease, and others.
I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000 and declined rapidly. Within four years, I was in a wheelchair, unable to sit straight. Not willing to accept my fate without a fight, I began my healing journey by learning everything I could from the most cutting-edge nutritional studies that could impact the brain, nerves, and muscles.
I then started to experiment on myself with nutritionally dense whole foods. I started to feel better, then sat upright, then walked with a cane, and finally went from a wheelchair to a bicycle! Learn more about my story here.
The Wahls Protocol Diet is complex. It’s paleo-based, with a focus on sulfur-rich foods, fermented foods, leafy greens, colored vegetables, and the protein sources are meat, including organ meats, and fish, nuts, and some protein powders.
As dairy can be inflammatory, it is not allowed, but there are other choices. Certain foods are daily, and some are weekly with varying serving sizes.
For those with multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions who are inspired by Dr. Terry Wahls’ success and want to try the Wahls Protocol Diet, the App does the work for you. It would be too complicated to figure all of this out yourself, especially if you don’t feel well and may be experiencing brain fog and fatigue.
The Wahls Diet App makes following the paleo principles of the
Wahls Diet easy. It is a
powerful tool that will help you manage your multiple sclerosis symptoms.
Select from hundreds of chef-created, nutrient-rich, delicious recipes that follow the Wahls Diet Protocol. New recipes added every week.
Each recipe has undergone thorough nutritional analysis. Know the nutrient profile of each dish with a simple tap of a button.
The calendar feature allows you to plan meals in advance. Easily organize your meals on a daily or weekly basis and according to mealtime.
With just a glance, the Wahls Diet App lets you know if you are reaching your daily and weekly goals and if not suggests dishes that will help you reach them.
Easily create a shopping list based on the meals you have planned.
Each meal comes with step-by-step cooking instructions.
Save all of your favorite recipes in one place so you can easily access them anytime you want to.
Pay only $4.99 for the first month!
Leczo, a Polish (some say Hungarian) stew, is pronounced ‘letcho’ and oftentimes with smoky kielbasa added, which this recipe contains.
If you can’t find Korean Chili flakes, gochugaru, locally, you will find it online. They give the kimchi a lovely red color.
If you have this flavorful salad as a main dish, it will serve two.
The nutritional yeast adds a very light cheese flavor and is a substitute for Parmesan cheese if you don’t consume dairy.
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