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    Eating meat not well done can cause MS recur
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    selfexperimenter posted:
    I tried to help my MS cured with eating medium-rare steaks. After eating them for a period of time, I have not got outside infections from the steaks, but have got quite serious MS recurrences, neurons have got inflammations by my immune system attacks. The hospital saved my life.

    Eating meat not well done can cause immune system much stronger. This is good for people who do not have immune system disease. But for people who have MS, such too strong immune system can also attack cells of the body because the immune system does not tell friends or enemies well.
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    swampster1952 responded:
    Hello self,

    I eat medium-rare beef on occasion and have never experienced the reactions you had. Personally I doubt the way the beef is cooked has anything to do with MS and the immune system.

    Dave


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