Andrea Wildenthal Hanson

The Inside Guide to MS

You don’t need to be an expert in multiple sclerosis. You just need to be an expert in you. Although there is no cure (yet), feeling confident and in control of your disease management is the next best thing.

Written by a master certified life coach who was diagnosed with MS in 2000, this book combines personal stories of bravery (and tantrums), support, and detailed steps on how you can live your life – not your diagnosis.

  • Come away with a clear plan for leading a confident and powerful life.
  • Know what to do when fear, doubt, stress, and anger come up.
  • Become your own inside guide to your health.
  • Strengthen your relationship with yourself and your support system.

Discussing everything from diet and exercise to stress and emotion management, The Inside Guide to MS provides you with what you need to find the combination of therapies that will work for you.

How to Survive a New Diagnosis When Your Whole Life Changes (And You Just Want to Go Home)

Stop wondering if you’re missing out on the next best thing to help your MS. Learn how to find it for yourself. The Inside Guide can show you how.

Stop Carrying the Weight of Your MS

Make your own rules for weight loss instead of breaking someone else’s!

Losing weight doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your happiness – especially when you want to do what’s best for your body and your MS. If you’re ready to make your health a top priority and find your individual answer to healing your body, what’s inside this book is an essential piece of the puzzle.

Losing weight is a known solution to slowing multiple sclerosis progression and making symptoms more manageable. But diets can be very complex and restrictive, leaving people to feel lacking and like they’re failing at staying healthy. The good news is losing weight doesn’t have to be like that.

Building on books like Terry Wahls’ The Wahls Protocol, and other MS diet books, Hanson moves beyond intense diets and regimens to help her readers create a new way of eating that is sustainable and customizable.

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000, Hanson found the key to lasting lifestyle change is making personally meaningful decisions.

This book can help you-

  • End intense dieting and lose weight in a steady, consistent way.
  • Get the support you need while making the changes you choose that work for you.
  • Lose weight and create workouts that help you feel great.
  • Understand precisely how to evolve your plan as your body changes.
  • Know exactly how to stay motivated for the long-term (not just at the beginning).

This book moves beyond the basic do-as-I-say approach to provide you with the skills to maintain a healthy body and life.