After more than 11 years with MS, no-one in the medical profession has ever mentioned that I should change any part of my diet, so I'm a bit confused.
Since surfing around the various web-sites that deal with MS, I have come across all the different diets that people seem to be following and I've checked them out. I'm probably a fussy eater, or just stuck in my ways, but I could no sooner follow any of those diets than I could walk to Scotland from home in the South-West of England.
I have seen people claiming that certain diets have helped them - but is there any proof anywhere?
Knowing the factors behind MS, I find it hard to understand how any of these diets can actually make a difference.
At this point I should add that I am beyond help,
because I certainly don't want to influence the younger ones amongst us, but I'd really like to know of any clinical studies done using these diets.
My main reason for asking is due to the almost impossible job of getting my doctor to prescribe LDN (due to lack of clinical trials).
All the best,