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In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Corinne Nijjer about overcoming multiple sclerosis and many other diseases she was diagnosed with in 2004. Having been in a situation where she could not feel her legs, Corinne knew it was time to get serious about her diet to be able to live the dream of a long life and becoming a mother. After adopting a plant-based lifestyle it all changed. Corinne gets real and raw with us about the emotions of her physical issues. Wait until you hear what she is up to today! We know this will be informative, inspirational and interesting for everyone out there with and without MS. 

Corinne is now a nutrition and wellness consultant, author, speaker and host of The Corinne Nijjer podcast where she shares people’s incredible stories of recovery after adopting a low fat, whole-food, plant-based diet.

 

In this episode we discuss: 

  • Finding plant-based
  • Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis 
  • What is Multiple Sclerosis
  • How diet and Multiple Sclerosis collide 
  • Going numb from the waist down 
  • Getting feeling in her butt again 
  • Enjoying life 
  • Her children 
  • Talking to children about health issues
  • Strong food and weak food 
  • Favourite meals 
  • Airfryer 
  • Tips for getting started 

 

Links to things we mentioned:

No Meat Athlete Bundle – over 95% off amazing plant-based resources (available November 29, 2019, 8 am ET until December 3, 2019)

Speak to Shoshana about Redox Signaling Molecules – Shoshana is giving out a complimentary call for anyone who would like to know more.

Corinne Nijjer – Website, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Podcast

Easy Recipes For Busy Parents

Airfryer

Plant Trainers Adam And Shoshana Chaim From Illness To Iron Man – The Corinne Nijjer Podcast

Rich Roll & Julie Piatt – PTP015

Eating Potatoes For A Year with Andrew Spud Fit Taylor – PTP173

How Not To Die with Michael Greger M.D. – PTP206

A Forefather of Plant-Based Nutrition, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn – PTP208

Whole Food Plant-Based with Dr T Colin Campbell – PTP286

Swank MS Foundation

Plant Trainers Amazon Storefront

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2 thoughts on “Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis with Corinne Nijjer – PTP333”
  1. Avatar Debbi Spence

    I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2014 and to say my world came crashing down would be an understatement. My life had always revolved around my horses and my love for competing in showjumping so the future didn’t look bright. My diagnosis took over a year from when I first started having issues. When I was competing, my vision would blur, my muscles would go weak and I would fall off the side of the horse for no reason as soon as my core temperature raised. October last year my neighbour introduced me to Mayaka Natural Clinic and I purchased their MS herbal formula and used it for six weeks. Its been 7 months since I completed the treatment, It has made a tremendous difference for me. all my symptoms including poor vision, pain, fatigue, and other symptoms stopped Visit their website ww w . mayakanaturalclinic .com

    • Avatar Adam Chaim

      Thanks Debbi for sharing…hope you are well. If you’d like to learn about other natural supplements that could potentially help you even further, please reach out.

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