My suggestion is to eat a healthy diet. Pour in lots of vegetables. Add a few fruits. Use whole grains. Use little sugar. Exercise!!!! It is the best alternative theraphy. You'll find yourself feeling better! The more exercise the more energy!!
Thank-you. I actually do most of that already. I could eat more veggies though. And cut back on the sugar. I just joined the gym again after not working out for five years because of other personal problems I had.
Is it proven that diet does help with MS symtoms/attacks??
Maybe it is part of why i have been faring so well if i do in fact have ms.
I am extremely healthy and eat a very good diet. I want my over all health to be good regardless of MS. The least amount of health problems in general. I also do not want to carry extra weight as it gets harder to walk. I do not drink or smoke and I exercise as I best I can. I take no supplements but have high vitamin levels including D. I frankly can barely pay my medical bills with MS, I can't afford more illness if I can avoid it.
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