Does Jack Osbourne Have MS? Posted on August 21st, 2012
In a radical departure from everyone else’s opinion and a confirmed medical diagnosis, I question that Sharon and Ozzie Osbourne’s son, Jack actually has MS. Multiple Sclerosis is a debilitating auto-immune disease which means certain health decline and often paralysis. I too was diagnosed with the early-warning signs of MS in 1983. I was suffering from neurological problems, balance problems, memory loss, weight gain and mini-blackouts that would appear, unannounced, at a moment’s notice. At the age of 39, I was very worried. Fortunately through a stroke of insight by my primary care physician, I was referred to a specialist in Environmental Medicine, the branch of medicine that deals with the human body in relationship to the environment. I was tested for common foods, environmental factors and something called Candida Albicans Yeast which, in an overgrowth state, can cause all sorts of problems – many mimicking MS. After 30 days of following a specific regimen and avoiding certain foods, I was symptom free, and have remained so ever since. In a clinical setting, it was very common to see people like Jack Osbourne. If I were him, I would seek help from a Clinical Ecologist, a physician specializing in Environmental Medicine. When I look at Jack intuitively, I know that his body has the capacity to repair. I bet he doesn’t have MS and I would love to see him prove it to the world.