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Has Anyone Had Any Luck Going Into Remission With An Anti-inflammatory Diet?

Has Anyone Had Any Luck Going Into Remission With An Anti-inflammatory Diet?

posted over 3 years ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

I'm still pretty new at this MS stuff being diagnosed in 2015, but I was fortunate early on to meet an integrative medicine DR who has MS and has successfully treats herself (for many years now) through diet and supplementation. I use the MITO food plan - it's especially helpful for MSers because it targets energy production in the mitochondria. Since I changed my diet, I have not had any new symptoms in over 2 years. I did also detox my personal and household products using www.EWG.org to find safer alternatives.

You can find the MITO food plan here - as well as the elimination diet which I also did - I found several foods that I am highly sensitive to that had previously come back negative on a standard allergy panel test - once eliminated, I have not had any of the issues I used to have.
http://centerforfunctionalmedicine.com/for-pati...

posted over 3 years ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

I'm also on an anti-inflammatory diet and I've never had an attack. MRIs are stable too. I try to avoid gluten and cut down on the dairy. I think diet can be a powerful tool in the arsenal. Good luck.

posted over 3 years ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

Im not sure if its remission, but I do feel good most the time. I tried drinking a pop the other day and it didnt appeal at all! Usually, I drink just water. I think after awhile your body prefers the more nutritious things. I have not eliminated everything, but have cut down ALOT on sugary things and processed/pre-made foods.

posted over 3 years ago
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