cocolulu wrote:I have a question: why do most of the MS diets exclude potatoes, pasta, rice, corn, etc?...I'm just trying to understand.
jimmylegs wrote:salads are great and olive oil is fine, however it's omega 6 and you need to ensure adequate intakes of omega 3 fatty acids. a fish oil supplement might be worth looking into. i also like to keep a bottle of flax seed oil on hand and add that to my salads as well. for cooking, if you mean frying, i use very little and what i do use is typically grapeseed oil. they say it has lower potential to turn toxic at frying temps.
Oleic Acid (C18:1), a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid. It makes up 55 to 83% of olive oil.
Olive oil has long been recognized for its unusual fat content. This plant oil is one of the few widely used culinary oils that contains about 75% of its fat in the form of oleic acid (a monounsaturated, omega-9 fatty acid).
Lesions aren't guaranteed to be visible by MRI -- they might be too small, for example...cocolulu wrote:Is it possible that this is my first flare-up and they can't see anything on the MRI yet?
cocolulu wrote:......my blood work showed iron deficiency....
I am so confused!!! Why do I feel so weak, why the twitches, blurry vision, shaky arms and legs, tingly foot????? WHY??
I started taking 10 mg of iron this morning...I take another 10 tonight....it's in a solution that also has B complex vitamins.....I wrote about it previously...
Should I start taking magnesium before I get the results in the mail? I also take 30 mg Zn and 2 mg Cu....how much Mg should I take?
I have pretty bad acid reflux....how does that interfere (if at all) with absorption?
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