- Make healthy food choices.
- Get your cholesterol checked.
- Watch your blood pressure.
- Get up and get moving.
- Watch your body mass.
- Manage blood sugar levels.
- Quit smoking.
- Get restful sleep.
Can an anti inflammatory diet help MS?
According to Harvard Health Publishing, an anti-inflammatory diet should include foods like tomatoes, leafy greens such as spinach and kale, and fruits like strawberries, blueberries, cherries, and oranges. There’s some evidence that consuming these foods could be beneficial for MS.
What diet is best for MS patients?
It advises cutting out dairy and meat, and eating less fat – particularly saturated fat. It also recommends flaxseed oil as an omega 3 supplement and vitamin D supplements if you don’t get out in the sun much.
Can vitamin D reverse MS?
However, the supplement didn’t reduce the number of relapses people experienced or slow progression. The trial involved 66 people with relapsing MS who were taking beta interferon. A 2012 Norwegian study also found that vitamin D did not reduce relapses or levels of disability. The trial involved 69 with relapsing MS.