astro i ate no dairy whatever for 15 years and still got ms.
since i got sick i learned more about nutrition, stopped being vegan, and when i heard about removing certain foods to deal with ms, it was so counter-intuitive to me. i needed more variety of foods in my life not less.
cheer's recommendations are great you don't have to change it all at once, just try different stuff and track what makes you feel better.
i eat dairy but not tons - milk in my tea, cream in my coffee, and some mornings a few spoonsful of yoghurt. i use butter on my veggies. once every few months, a nice cheezy pizza, or an omelet with grated cheese on top.
i don't eat much bread, the odd english muffin in the morning maybe... in the summer i ate quite a few multigrain wraps, and i do have the odd 6" tuna sub from subway
i go through maybe 2 or 3 eggs per week.. when i was doing my first protein boost in 2006 i ate 2 eggs every day... don't need it any more.
i don't eat pasta that often either.. but it's multigrain when i do.
i snack on dark chocolate covered raisins, sunflower seeds, and 'finn crisps' and hummous.
i try to eat fish (cooked, except for the occasional sushi!) 3x per week. i fail, but at least i do get some fish in me on a regular basis. many of my dinners are a serving of beef or pork or chicken or fish with a huge salad.
last big cookup i did was on sunday, for dinner i baked 4 chicken breasts, and roasted a big pan of onion, garlic, rutabaga, carrot, apple, sweet potato, and potato, in oil, soy sauce, sage and maple syrup. plus a dozen brussels sprouts, steamed on the stovetop. the leftovers are all split up to be my lunches through the week.
and with that said, i had better go get ready for work