Thursday, December 22, 2011

Video "CCSVI the Solution in Six Minutes"- David Hubbard MD

David Hubbard MD, Neurologist, Hubbard Foundation, speaks candidly about CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis.

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support the Foundation's research and education this holiday season.

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Thank you for your support and let's go with the flow!

Team Hubbard

Thursday, December 15, 2011

"Warriors Against the MonSter"-By Cheryl Kunzelman, written for the Hubbard Foundation

Warriors Against the MonSter

I share my body with a MonSter
It feeds upon my fear
Its under my skin
It's in my eyes
I can see it in the mirror

It saps up creativity
Leaving weakness in its place
It's in my touch
It's in my tone
You can see it in my face

This MonSter consumes potential
Exchanges for disability
It's in my stance
It's in my gait
I  push onward clumsily

It try's to take my passion
It trades my future for its own
It's in my hands
It's in my feet
It never leaves me alone

This ever present MonSter
Is leaning on my soul
It's in my sight
It's in my voice
To take my senses is its goal

An internal battle with the MonSter
My power is its prey
It's in my mind
It's in my thoughts
I long for independence day

Today to slay this MonSter
Means that you must slay its host
It's in my past
It's what's in store
Its my ever present ghost

Outside of me - I hear warriors!
Training hard for a crusade!
It's in their hearts
It's in their steel
Preparing new weapons to invade

This MonSter's days are numbered
It SHALL  be overcome!
It's in my hopes
It's in my dreams
To celebrate freedom

This will be the closing stanza to this poem someday!

The MonSter beaten  in submission
A triumphant VICTORY anthem!
It's none too soon
It's just in time
It's claimed it's last victim

Written for The Hubbard Foundation
By Cheryl Kunzelman

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Hubbard Foundation Year End Appeal Matching Campaign

To-date, the Hubbard Foundation has primarily been supported through the financial contributions of our family, and scanner rental. To continue and expand our mission and programs, the Hubbard Foundation is seeking additional sources of funding to allow for further research to be done, more patients tested at little or no cost and the wider spread of education.

Will you consider making a donation to support and continue our efforts to find a biomarker and ultimately a cure for MS? Each dollar you contribute will be generously matched by the Hubbard Family this holiday season- essentially doubling your donation- until we've reached our goal. Your donation of $100, will become $200 and your $1,000 donation, will become $2,000. To make a donation, please click here. (Link:

 If you have any questions, please email

Thank you for your support,

David Hubbard MD       Arlene Hubbard MS OTR/L
Chairman                       Vice Chair and Patient Advocate

Endovascular treatment of patients with chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency and multiple sclerosis.

"...Follow-up included clinical observations and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In all the cases we observed positive remission of the disease, the first ever documented case of MRI index improvement..."

 This study follows 4 people with MS treated for CCSVI.  Of course, more data needs to be collected.  That's why we are so excited about Drs. Hubbard, Haacke, Ponec, and Sauder's publication expected early next year on 260 people with MS treated for CCSVI.

Stay tuned and let's go with the flow

Friday, September 9, 2011

Glutathione-The Body's Lead Antioxidant

 Glutathione is an antioxidant, immune booster and detoxifier. Without it, your cells would disintegrate from unrestrained oxidation, your body would have little resistance to bacteria, viruses and cancer and your liver would literally shrivel up from eventual accumulation of toxins.

As the bodies main detoxifying agent  it converts damaging chemical substances (toxins) into harmless products that the body eliminates It is the primary antioxidant (Tri-peptide) produced by all the cells, especially the brain, liver, intestine and kidney."

* It regulates Nitric Oxide (dilates arteries) which is crucial for life.

* It directly detoxifies carcinogens, toxins, poisons, drugs, alcohol, and heavy metals such as mercury, lead, and arsenic.

* It activates the Immune System and enhances the response of cytokines, lymphocytes, T cells and NK cells.

* It plays a fundamental role in DNA synthesis and repair.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Summary of CCSVI Symposium in New York- from Arlene Hubbard

First day at the conference and already am learning lots. Dr Zivadinov spoke this AM reporting a possible association between Epstein Barr, heart disease, IBS and smoking and CCSVI in MS. He also reported that Ginkgo Biloba seemed to have a protective mechanism. He did not mention other supplements. MSers have more iron in their Thalamuses than normals. Hypo perfusion is Strongly correlated with severity of CCSVI in MS(so glad the Hubbard Foundation will be studying perfusion in the next few months)! Dr Z also discussed that the more extracranial stenosis the less veins in the brain...atrophy? Will discuss more later. I need to go to the afternoon event.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Reason to Go Gluten Free: Zonulin

Zonulin is called a "gatekeeper" of the tight junctures in our intestine and blood brain barrier...when the levels of zonulin go up, it opens the junctures and keeps them open until the levels go down again.  Tight junctures bind one cell to the next, and are also called Zonula Occludens (ZO). 

When gluten is ingested, these junctures open and  allow proteins to pass into the blood stream which wreaks havoc on our bodies, ie) gluten ataxia.

As of now avoiding gluten is the only  way to keep zonulin levels at bay.
Joan Beal, one of the greatest advocates for CCSVI research in MS posted on her facebook page the following summary:

Gliadin, one of the proteins in gluten is described in this abstract as the cause for increased Zonulin in people with Celiac disease as well as people without Celiac.

We all have control over what we ingest. It’s not easy to change old habits but it’s not impossible. Since Devin’s diagnosis of MS, the whole family has been gluten free and not only are we enjoying the challenge but we are enjoying the GF foods and feeling of well being.

Here’s a yummy GF recipe:
Artichoke and Basil Pesto

    * 3/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
    * 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
    * 3 large cloves garlic, quartered lengthwise
    * 1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh thyme leaves
    * 1 bay leaf
    * 1 teaspoon gray salt
    * 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
    * 2 packages frozen artichokes
    * 1/2 cup tightly packed fresh basil leaves


Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F.

In a deep ovenproof pan, combine 1/2 cup olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, thyme, bay leaf, salt, and pepper. Add the frozen artichokes and mix to coat. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring occasionally. Cover with aluminum foil, transfer to the oven, and cook until the artichokes are browned in spots and tender when pierced, about 35 minutes. Allow the artichokes to cool in the liquid.

Remove the bay leaf. Put the cooled artichokes with the liquid into a blender. Add the remaining 1/4 cup olive oil and basil leaves and process until smooth.

Basil is a good source of vitamin A, which helps to prevent damage to the cells by free radicals. Vitamin A also prevents free radicals from oxidizing cholesterol in the blood stream, preventing the cholesterol from building up in the blood vessels.

Magnesium is also present in basil. This essential mineral helps the heart and blood vessels to relax, improving blood flow. 

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Magnesium, Multiple Sclerosis and Health

We've been getting a lot of questions about Magnesium for people with MS.   See some great information about Magnesium below.  But first here's a recipe containing a great source of Magnesium: Kale.

Sauteed Greens and Olives

  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 medium yellow onion
  • 2 small sliced leeks
  • 1/3 cup pitted oil-cured Moroccan black olives
  • 1 cup vegetable or chicken broth, divided
  • 3 cups packed fresh spinach
  • 3 cups packed fresh kale, ribs removed and leaves chopped
  • pinch red pepper flakes
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • tbsp chopped mint for garnish
Slice onion. Trim the long, darker green leaves off the garlic stalk, and finely slice the head and light green portions of the stalk. Finely chop the pitted black olives.
Heat oil over medium heat in a large saute pan. Add onion and leeks and saute for 5 minutes. Then add olives and 1/2 cup broth, stir, cover, and sautee for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally and replacing cover. Onions should be quite tender at this point. Add greens on top of onions, add remaining broth, and cover. Sautee for about 8 minutes, stirring often, until greens are tender. Then remove cover and let cool for 3-5 more minutes, allowing some of the liquid to evaporate. Remove from heat and sprinkle with  red pepper flakes, lemon and mint for garnish. Serve warm.


"Magnesium helps to regulate the function of the nerves.

When the levels of magnesium in the body are too low, the nerves can react more erratically causing spasms, twitches or tremors, in addition to other problems like heart arrhythmia's, leg cramps, some nerve pain or even misfiring

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

David Hubbard MD speaking @ the MS Society of Canada

David Hubbard MD, neurologist and lead researcher in CCSVI, and father of son with MS (now symptom free for 12+ months), has been invited to speak in Toronto by the MS Society of Canada.  Canada has been the battle ground for a fight to get CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis testing and treatment studies underway; Kirsty Duncan PhD of Parliament has been instrumental in this struggle, along with Drs Hubbard, Haacke, and McDonald.

Hubbard will be addressing CCSVI in MS on a panel with Drs. Sclafani, Rubin, and Selchen on June 17th.  He is currently in the process of submitting three research papers for peer-reviewed publication in top medical journals.  We hope they will be published before this event, but nonetheless it should be an interesting discussion.

Dr. Hubbard's previous presentations on CCSVI can be viewed  by going to Hubbard Foundation's YouTube Channel

Though many questions are answered in previous Hubbard Foundation CCSVI research (to be published this year), many more still need to be addressed.  Funding for this important work is provided by people like you.  Thank you for your support.  Donate here

Let's go with the flow!

Hubbard Foundation

Friday, May 27, 2011

Gluten Free Cookbooks!

Have your cake and eat it too (gluten free)!

Let's go with the flow!

Hubbard Foundation

Join the Hubbard Foundation Family- Donate now!

In order to continue moving the CCSVI foundation forward, Team Hubbard needs your help!  Whether you donate $8 through the purchase of a T-shirt or magnet,  or you give online through a Paypal donation, you can support the mission of the Hubbard Foundation and David Hubbard MD to put the pieces of this MS puzzle together through research, scientific enquiry and publications in peer review journals.

Let's go with the flow!

Hubbard Foundation

Monday, May 23, 2011

Hubbard Foundation Amazon Store

Hubbard Foundation has created an Amazon store to make it easier to find some of the Hubbard Foundation suggestions for resources and supplements.  We will update this store as books and supplements come to light that may help you help yourself. 

Hubbard Foundation Amazon Store

Amazon stores allow foundations and companies to benefit from Amazon sales of products.  This is one way we are raising money for our CCSVI research. 

Let's go with the flow!
Hubbard Foundation

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Very Informative Hubbard Foundation CCSVI Conference

The Hubbard Foundation conference was a success this weekend, May 14th, 2011.  The speakers were intelligent and informative, the audience asked good questions, and the gluten free snacks were well received. 

I would like to thank our speakers, Keynote: Michael Dake MD, Kirsty Duncan PhD, Jack Burks MD,  Donald Ponec MD, E. Mark Haacke PhD, Justin Gooding MD, Richard Saxon MD, Giedrius Buracas PhD, and David Hubbard MD. 

I would also like to thank our exhibitors: CCSVI Alliance,  Marie Rhodes RN and CCSVI as the Cause of MS, and Ann Boroch

You can view video of the conference in it's entirety at the Hubbard Foundation Youtube Channel.  One important theme discussed by almost every speaker is the significance of DATA COLLECTION; if you are getting CCSVI treatment, be a part of a study or registry!  Feel free to comment.

Click here to support Hubbard Foundation's research.

Stay well and let's go with the flow
Hubbard Foundation

Monday, May 9, 2011

KEYNOTE Speaker, Michael Dake MD, CCSVI Conference May 14th

Michael Dake MD, Keynote Speaker @ the 2011 CCSVI Conference May 14th

Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery and Medical Director of the Catheterization and Angiography Laboratories, Stanford Medical Center

-   MD, Baylor College of Medicine
- Internship, Residency, Chief Residency, Baylor College of Medicine, Internal Medicine
- Fellowship, University of California San Francisco, Pulmonary Diseases
- Residency and Chief Residency, UCSF, Radiology

Dr. Michael Dake's has shared his innovative approaches, research, and experience through more than 1600 invited presentations, including 14 lectures, authored and co-authored 208 peer-reviewed journal publications, 83 book chapters and 423 published abstracts. He has been a visiting professor at 34 medical schools in the U.S. and abroad. He holds several editorial positions, is a manuscript reviewer for 20 journals, maintains active membership in 11 medical societies, has received 20 U.S. patents and has participated on 12 corporate advisory boards.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Happy Mother's Day Mama!!

As many of you know, my mom, Arlene Hubbard MS OTR/L is a strong, determined, and deeply compassionate woman.  Not only has she been a great mother to Devin and I, she has also been great mother to the CCSVI movement, along with the other powerful leaders. She lead my Dad and my family on this CCSVI journey to get my brother treated and on the road to health.  Her tireless efforts inspire me daily to follow in her footsteps as a strong, passionate, and caring woman.  Devin and I both feel immensely blessed to have Arlene has our mother, and we are both so proud of the work she has done to help hundreds and hundreds of people with MS and their families.  If you have a story of how Arlene has helped you, please comment or visit our facebook page to share the love. 

Mom, I thank G-d daily for you, for your light and your wisdom, Love you!
Your adoring daughter.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

CCSVI Conference Schedule Posted

Download the conference schedule and other important conference details by CLICKING HERE

The 2011 CCSVI Conference in San Diego is coming up! Saturday, May 14th, all day, MDs and PhDs will be presenting research, discussing pertinent topics, and answering questions from other physicians and patients.

Registration ends May 11th, so register now by going to

Hope to see many of you there!
Hubbard Foundation

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

David Hubbard MD, Arlene Hubbard MS OTR/L, CCSVI and MS

Team Hubbard talks about CCSVI, Restenosis, CCSVI Treatment, Diet, and the upcoming conference.

Register for 2011 CCSVI Conference, May 14th in San Diego by May 11th.

Got questions? Email and we'll try to answer some of them on our next video!

Stay well and let's go with the flow
Hubbard Foundation

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Hubbard Foundation in the Book: CCSVI as the Cause of Mulitple Sclerosis

We want to thank Marie Rhodes RN, author of the CCSVI as the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis, for all of the work she has done to share the scientific research on CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis in her new book.  We also want to thank her for sharing Hubbard Foundation's work on this topic of CCSVI, as both a resource and a patient story about Devin. 

We look forward to sharing some of our results mentioned in her resources section at our upcoming 2011 CCSVI Conference, May 14th in San Diego.  And we look forward to Marie joining us at the conference as she presents her book for signing. 

With Gratitude, let's go with the flow!
 Hubbard Foundation

Monday, April 25, 2011

Shoulder Alignment Basics: Part 2

Hubbard Foundation believes that CCSVI treatment requires more than just venoplasty. Rather, changes in lifestyle are integral to living healthy with CCSVI. When patients come to us for CCSVI testing and treatment, they are given a host of information regarding living with CCSVI.

In addition to diet and supplementation recommendations, we suggest both exercise and relaxation. Yoga can help accomplish these both.

A continuation from our Shoulder Alignment Basics part 1, Paisley Close, San Diego Yoga instructor, teaches us more helpful exercises to keep the neck, shoulders, and upper back in proper alignment for better health!

Friday, April 22, 2011

Author Marie Rhodes RN Booksigning at CCSVI Conference

Marie Rhodes RN has personal experience with CCSVI and MS and wrote about it in her book CCSVI as the Cause of Multiple Sclerosis

She will be signing books at the 2011 CCSVI Conference in San Diego, May 14th. Registration on

10% of proceeds of book royalties are donated to CCSVI Alliance

Stay well and let's go with the flow!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Hubbard Foundation 2011 CCSVI Conference, San Diego, CA

May 14th, 2011 Hubbard Foundation is sponsoring the 2011 CCSVI Conference.

Giedrius Buracas PhD, UCSD
Jack Burks MD,
MS Association of America
Michael Dake MD,
Stanford University, KEYNOTE
Kirsty Duncan PhD, Parliament, Canada
Justin Gooding MD,
Palomar Pomerado Hospital
E. Mark Haacke PhD,
Wayne State University
David Hubbard MD,
Applied fMRI Institute
Donald Ponec MD
, Palomar Pomerado Hospital
Richard Saxon MD, Palomar Pomerado Hospital

Is it time 6 or 12 month follow-up testing? Are you thinking about coming to Hubbard Foundation for CCSVI Testing and Treatment?
We suggest you Schedule your CCSVI testing and treatment around the conference, either come the week before (May 9-13) or the week after (May 16-20).

Stay well and let's go with the flow!
Hubbard Foundation

Monday, April 18, 2011

Nobody talks about this sh*t, but it's important for your health!

The more we research, the more we find a gut-brain connection. This is why we have developed a diet and supplementation for people with MS and CCSVI at the Hubbard Foundation.

We realize this is an uncomfortable subject for people, but the way our body gets rid of toxins, is in part, through our bowel movements. If we are not having normal bowel movements, it's an indication that something is wrong.

Look at the link to get informed, and contact your doctor regarding this issue.

Taking medications for gastro-intestinal distress often decreases the GOOD intestinal flora which needs to be replenished via diet and supplements.

Check out our diet and supplement recommendations at

Stay tuned for information regarding a simple candida test to check your system.

Stay well and let's go with the flow!!

Hubbard Foundation

Monday, April 11, 2011

Vitamin D, Multiple Sclerosis, and CCSVI

In an article a couple of months back, the Huffington Post reported on David Perlmutter MD's study of Vitamin D and its connection to MS.

He found that, "The group receiving the vitamin D demonstrated a remarkable 41 percent reduction in new MS events, a figure that markedly exceeds what is claimed by the standard drug treatment discussed above."

Click here for the full article

According to Dr. Perlmutter's research, Vitamin D has an immunological function, especially in patients with MS. And other researchers show that Vitamin D also plays a role in vascular smooth muscle function and in the endothelium (the lining of blood vessels). Lack of vitamin D can lead to impaired vascular. Recent research shows, "A lack of vitamin D, even in generally healthy people, is linked with stiffer arteries and an inability of blood vessels to relax, research from the Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute has found." (Science Daily ) All of these benefits of Vitamin D are important for people with MS and CCSVI.

Vitamin D comes from the sun and

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Shoulder Alignment Basics in CCSVI

CCSVI, affecting the blood vessels of the head, neck and chest may respond poorly to chronic muscle tension and poor posture of the upper body. Poor posture and chronic muscle tension are unhealthy for all, and especially those with CCSVI and MS, where the blood vessels of the upper body are not functioning properly already.

The following video, by experienced Yoga teacher Paisley Close (San Diego, CA), addresses the issues of proper shoulder alignment. Though one of her aims in making this video is to prepare you for more challenging yoga poses, the basics of shoulder alignment are universally applicable.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Many CCSVI Testing and CCSVI Treatment Registry Sites Become Active

Hubbard Foundation collects CCSVI testing and/or CCSVI treatment data at CCSVI Multi-Center Registry sites across the US, and several new ones have just become active! RED indicates an active site.

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Good Reading: Healthy Living, Diet and Supplements

Hubbard Foundation's philosophy on healthy living (especially for those with vascular problems like CCSVI and MS) starts with going gluten and dairy free and taking Vitamin D, omega 3s and Nattokinase.

And as with all good health, ameliorate stress, establish exercise routines, reduce processed foods, and eat lots and lots of leafy greens!

And now for your reading pleasure!

Monday, March 28, 2011

This natural Supplement helps mediate MS nerve tissue dammage

"Multiple sclerosis is a nervous system disease with vascular damage, resulting from the leakage of blood proteins, including fibrin, into the brain," said the study's first author, Katerina Akassoglous, Ph.D., a UCSD School of Medicine assistant professor of pharmacology. "Our study shows that fibrin facilitates the initiation of the inflammatory response in the nervous system and contributes to nerve tissue damage in an animal model of the disease." CLICK HERE to read more.

Discovery Health Channel host and chartered biologist Dr. Laz Bannock demonstrated this when he conducted a six-month clinical trial of Neprinol. According to Dr. Bannock "unlike taking daily aspirin, which is an over the counter drug, Neprinol is a nutritional supplement that helps the body to maintain already healthy fibrin expression and inflammation levels." CLICK HERE to read more.

Devin, who has CCSVI and MS, is on this supplement, and we have recorded CCSVI fMRI BOLD venous changes as a result of this in combination with Vitamin D and a gluten-dairy-free lifestyle.

Stay well and let's go with the flow!

Hubbard Foundation

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Dark green leafy vegetables are essential for our vascular health!

The following article explains why people suffering from vascular disorders, like CCSVI, benefit from eating lots of leafy greens. Click on the link below.

Leafy Greens Help Vascular Health

Try a kale salad for lunch, or even a side of steamed spinach with a drizzle of olive oil and pinch of minced garlic. Yum.

Kale Salad

1 bunch washed kale, chopped
2 teaspoons cider vinegar
1/2 tsp dry mustard
1 tsp herb mare (mix salt and other spices)
4 tablespoons olive oil (to taste)
1 chopped shallot
1 shredded carrot
1 apple, sliced into slivers or handful of goji berries or cranberries

Combine these ingredients in a bowl, mix and serve!

Let's go with the flow!

Hubbard Foundation

Friday, March 18, 2011

More from the ISNVD Conference 2011

Here is Dr. Tom Gilhooly GP's summary of the highlights of the ISNVD conference.

He comments about Dr. Hubbard's fMRI BOLD Venous in CCSVI study "One of the most impressive studies presented was by American Neurologist David Hubbard an expert of functional MRI scanning. This advanced type of imaging shows clear differences in blood flow between healthy normal patients and those with CCSVI.

The differences in flow are improved following angioplasty providing an objective measure of improvement which is difficult to achieve with other methods."

Let's go with the Flow!

Hubbard Foundation

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Summary International Society for NeuroVascular Disease Conference, 3/14-15, 2011

Attending the ISNVD conference was a life changing experience for me. I sat among the best and brightest minds in a variety of fields...from medicine to engineering. Every attendee shared the same take the present understanding of CCSVI in MS and fill in the missing pieces. This was the ground floor of creating a new area of science. I felt like I was joining our American forefathers in drafting the Declaration of Independence. That's how emotionally overwhelming this was. I sat through each and every lecture taking copious notes, understanding much and realizing a lot was above my head. Fortunately, David and I would debreif daily and we would have fabulous interactions with all the top docs during our down time(which was essentially during dinner). David and I have made new contacts and friends and will be engaging with them in the future to make sure what we do helps to push the cause in a productive direction. It is with great gratitude that I give you a short synopsis my observations of the conference.

Sunday March 13...

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Eating healthy is not so hard!

The more I eat healthy, the more I don't crave unhealthy foods. Case in point. I love salty crunchy snacks...popcorn is my favorite. Lately, I've been eating salty, crunchy Kale chips which seems to quelch my popcorn addiction.
Here's my recipe:
1bunch of washed/dried kale cut into small pieces
2 Tsps olive oil
1 tsp nutritional yeast(I use Kal nutritional yeast flakes Gluten free)
1/2tsp sea salt
Pre heat oven to 400 degrees
On a large baking sheet place kale and drizzle with olive oil. Sprinkle yeast flakes and salt and mix with your clean hands.
Bake in oven for 10min or until crispy. Check after 5 min and mix to get moist areas exposed to the heat. Remove from oven and try to let cool for 5 min.
Kale is high in Nitric Oxide which keeps blood vessels open, nutritional yeast is an excellent source for B vitamins and is high in protein.

Let's go with the flow,

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Beets and Brain Health

Beet juice is good for brain health. Here's an article. CLICK HERE
Sometimes I need to have my beets as a tasty treat. Here's one of my favorite recipes.

2 Cups blanched almond flour
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2tsp baking soda
1tsp ground cinnamon
1/4cup grapeseed oil
1/2 cup agave nectar
2 large eggs
1cup grated beets
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1/4 cup raisins or goji berries or mixture of both
Preheat oven to 350. Grease a loaf pan with grapeseed oil and dust with almond flour.
Combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl. In a medium bowl whisk together the eggs, agave, and grapeseed oil. Blend the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and thoroughly combine. Fold in beets, nuts, and raisins.
Bake for 50-60 min on the bottom rack of the oven.
Let cool for an hour.

Let's go with the flow!


Hi friends,
I am not the most internet savvy but my daughter,Alexandra, decided I should join the 21st century by creating blog to share with you my thoughts and ideas regarding CCSVI, health, and lifestyle. I am no expert, although I do have degrees in Occupational Therapy and Counseling.
Since my son,Devin's, diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis in 12/09 I have been consumed in trying to figure out what he can do to keep himself healthy and happy. There are only so many things we have control over and what we put into our mouths, what we physically choose to do and how we view the world are just to name a few.
This blog is meant for us to share, to be part of the larger CCSVI family and help each other move this cause along.
I will share what I have done for my son and I hope you will share your thoughts here as well.
The grass roots movement is unstoppable and I look forward to taking this journey with you.

Let's go with the flow!