Kate925 wrote:I've been looking into some of the different MS diets (Swank, Jelinek, Terry Wahls, and others) and I don't know what to do. I have severely restricted my diet the past few weeks and added a lot of supplements, but I don't know if it makes any real difference.
I'm feeling desperate and despondent, and I need all the help I can get.
If you have tried any of these diets, could you please tell me how they worked for you? I would really appreciate knowing about your experience with them. Thank you.
Kate925 wrote:Jimmylegs, I've read a lot of your posts and am glad to have your input as well. Terry Wahls seems to advise strict adherence, which makes sense to me, because if something is bad for you, even a little would be bad. But on the other hand, maybe increasing the good things can help to balance out the not-so-good things. It's hard to know what will work, and it probably takes a long time to see how well it's working.
I'm wondering if there's really any evidence that dairy is bad for ms. I don't drink milk anyway, but I like other dairy products.
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Helping MS With Diet
From www.lovetoknow.com Author: Jennifer Chait
Helping MS with diet is a goal of many health care providers and patients. However, as there's not a single perfect MS diet available currently, sticking to optimum nutrition and healthy foods is a good starter plan.
A healthy overall diet may be key to helping MS.
What Is MS?
If you're here looking for information about helping MS with diet, then it's a good guess that you already know someone, or are someone, whose life has been affected by MS. We're going to be looking at diet help for MS in this article.
Can the Proper Diet Help MS?
MS is a complicated condition. Most of the time the variables present in MS make it difficult to say whether or not there's one MS friendly diet for everyone. Also, there's not a clear consensus among the medical and scientific community about a useful diet to help treat MS.
The best that most research can currently offer is that some diet adjustments may be helpful for people with MS, but there's no miracle diet plan for MS, no perfect diet plan for MS, and the same diets will likely work a bit differently for everyone.
That said, first, you can look at some of the current research revolving around MS and diet. Then speak with a health care professional about how this research and or diet plan may or may not be useful for your particular situation.
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