1: Mother Nature’s Diet, you guys call it MND, but that stands for motor neurone disease, right?
2: Are there any links between Mother Nature’s Diet and motor neurone disease or the UK charity The Motor Neurone Disease Association, the MNDA?
3: Are you recommending Mother Nature’s Diet as a suggested dietary protocol for people suffering from motor neurone disease?
4: Are you selling supplements to help motor neurone disease sufferers?
No, Mother Nature’s Diet is in no way at all linked to, authorised by, affiliated to or connected with The Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Mother Nature’s Diet is not designed as a dietary protocol for sufferers and we do not sell supplements, or anything else, to people suffering from motor neurone disease.
About motor neurone disease and The MNDA
Motor neurone disease is a rare progressive condition that attacks and damages the nervous system, leading rapidly to weakness, muscle wasting and sadly, often to a fatal end. Motor neurone disease is a very serious neurodegenerative condition, the precise causes are not fully understood and there is currently no known cure. Motor neurone disease is often fatal within two years of diagnosis, it affects approximately 5,000 people in the UK at any one time.
MND in known as ALS – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – in the United States. MND and ALS are the same disease.
According to the NHS, motor neurone disease affects around 2 in every 100,000 people in the UK each year, and according to the MNDA, every day six people in the UK are diagnosed with the disease, and six people every day die from the illness. Read more