hi and welcome
glad magnesium has been helpful to you - curious: did you increase dietary sources, reduce magnesium depleters, add a supplement, or all of the above?
to date i have managed to avoid DMDs. my approach has been purely diet revisions and an intense therapeutic-level supplement regimen. took me the last 5-6 years to get to a point where i can afford to be slightly lazy with the regimen without feeling immediate consequences.
as for anti-inflammatory diet. there is a concept out there called an IF rating for various foods. each food gets a score based on its 'inflammation factor'. developed by monica reinagel (sp?), the IF rating is accessible for many foods listed on www.nutritiondata.com
. the idea is to have an overall anti-inflammatory diet. healthy people want a score for the day of +50 (i guess anti-inflammatory foods are 'good' therefore get 'positive' ratings). if a patient is dealing with inflammatory illness, the daily target is higher. of course you don't want to eat crap all day followed by one serving of powerfully anti-inflammatory food and expect to get away with it. it's just that some perfectly innocent looking whole foods, like berries or nuts, might be pro-inflammatory, while fish and dark leafy greens are the opposite. it's a bit of tracking and calculating to see where you're at, then adjusting as needed. i'll link you up to some of my old meal calculations.
there are a variety of nutritional knowns when it comes to ms. if you take action to address these, you can increase your odds of having healthy children one day. even if you already had young children now, there would be a lot of useful nutritional research to help protect yourself, and your kids as they got older.
if you have any other questions, feel free