if you like, check out the links in my signature below. there are lots of diets, but there's only one you. nutritional blood tests are a good place to start imho.
then keep a personal diet diary, so you calculate the degree to which your food and drink intakes are pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory. see if you can get your daily inflammation rating for all intakes up to 200 minimum on the anti-inflammatory side.
check out healthy food sources of nutrients commonly suboptimal in ms patients. boosting zinc-rich foods would be a good idea. you may need to limit certain foods which are known to deplete critical nutrients like zinc (fyi if you're anything like me, when your zinc is closer to a healthy level and further from an average ms patient level, you will absorb the vit d3 better)
my 'signature' links below have more info. they're best read in order. you can use whfoods to look at healthy foods for various nutrients, and nutritiondata is good for looking at pro/anti IF ratings.
there's a 'diet' section here on the forum with a few different approaches.
my personal angle isn't there specifically. i'd call my approach an orthomolecular, ms-specific (but applicable to everyone), klenner/reinagel/weil/mateljan programme, with added labwork to ensure efficacy.http://www.townsendletter.com/Klenner/klenner4.htmhttp://inflammationfactor.com/if-rating-system/http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART02995/Dr ... ramid.htmlhttp://www.whfoods.com
calculation tool: http://www.nutritiondata.com
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com