When Peter Leeds was first diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, an autoimmune disease which is progressive and for which there is no known cure, he experienced periods of deteriorating neurological function or relapses, which had a major impact on his ability to lead a normal life.
Unwilling to let the illness take over his life, Leeds took an orthomolecular approach to combating MS. He began a regimented diet, eliminating caffeine, dairy and artificial sweeteners. In addition, he took a range of vitamin supplements, including vitamins D, C and B, B12, and zinc and a healthy dose of essential fatty acids, from salmon oil.
Upon starting his orthomolecular program, Leeds’ condition stopped progressing and he saw many of the symptoms of MS diminish. His quality of life improved so significantly that he has now made