That means I kept the teachings of Dr. John McDougall in mind while I read the information presented. This helps me from straying too far from my core understandings of MS and overall health while ingesting new material.
I am happy to say that I found this book MUCH easier to read than Wahl's first book, Minding My Mitochondria 2nd Edition: How I overcame secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) and got out of my wheelchair. That book was as complex as the title.
While this book tackles several autoimmune diseases, Wahls pulls primarily from her own MS experiences to get her points across and includes several anecdotes from MS patients who have followed her program. So, while this book doesn't solely focus on MS, you still get the feeling that it was written with us MS'ers in mind.