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    • #20221
      John Connor
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      Our news section reports on this new mouse study that reports‘Immune Cells’ Ability to Clear Myelin Debris Is Potential Therapeutic Approach for MS’.

      It helps older mice.

      Of course, it may or may not help us older humans.

      Cup of tea? Plenty of sugar?

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    • #20298
      KT
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      Sugar IS NOT my friend with MS so I would need to see human confirmed results.

       

       

    • #20304
      John Connor
      Keymaster

      Of course – mice studies r only a poss. indication. They often don’t work on us lot.

      Trehalose is flogged as a ‘natural sweetener’ but then so is sugar. And it only became economic to refine from corn starch by a Japanese process invented circa 2ooo!

    • #20317
      Ed Tobias
      Keymaster

      Yes, KT, it’s hard to believe that any kind of sweetener can be good for our MS. I’ve been a sugar freak for nearly all of my 72 years and it’s probably harmed me more than it’s helped. At my age, though, its pleasures far outweigh its dangers.

      Ed

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