Ive recently gone vegetarian and soon to be vegan. Ive been feeling a lot better but im not sure im convinced its going to fix my ms as other people have claimed. Does anyone have any experience with this?
I think diet is important to health (food is healthcare, drugs are sick care). Although vegetarian alone is probably not enough to go on for information. I know plenty of vegetarians who have really unhealthy eating habits. I eat a largely plant based diet with organic veggies from the farmer. I am very careful to make sure I get enough balance to my diet and I take supplements. I try to keep inflammatory foods to a minimum (sugar, bread, etc.). OMS is one option. You may also want to look at the KETO diet - it's not vegetarian but it is one of the diets recommended for MS. Good luck!
I've been vegetarian for 23 years and was diagnosed with ms a year and a half ago. Not sure if it helps since I don't have a comparison of eating meat, but feel like it can only help. My neurologist was pleased to learn it was already part of my lifestyle.
I started the plant based diet about a month ago. It’s too soon to expect to feel benefits but I’m excited about the possibility of feeling better. I’m keen to hear how you fare too.
Going to start Ocrevus soon. Thoughts and feelings????
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