Multiple sclerosis (MS):
An unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body.
(Source: National Multiple Sclerosis Society)
As a faculty member for the nutrition consultant and natural chef programs at Bauman College: Holistic Nutrition & Culinary Arts, Brigitte Mars has guided hundreds of students in career paths to improve individual and community health. She is also an award-winning author of 13 books and hosts international courses and retreats on holistic living. Here, she recounts the change she observed in a client suffering from Multiple Sclerosis who chose nutrition and natural medicine to heal her disease and who went on to create a line of healthy granola bars now available in grocery stores nationwide.
An Interview with Brigitte Mars
|AOC: Let’s talk big picture of the disease. What are conventional challenges with treating MS?
AOC: Based on your work at Bauman College, what insight did holistic nutrition offer you in terms of how to address MS?
AOC: What didn’t you expect would happen that did to your amazement, and what do you attribute it to?
AOC: How are you carrying this message of health and healing forward?
AOC: Where could someone start if they face these challenges right now?
|Brigitte Mars is an Herbalist, Raw Food Chef, and Author of 13 books and countless articles for the Huffington Post. She offers consultations and seminars and can be found teaching Bauman College’s professional programs.|