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Diet

Diet

Does a gluten free/ dairy free diet actually benefit people living with ms? Reading info online and feeling overwhelmed by all the available diets, suggestions etc. Newly diagnosed and feeling a littl

A MyMSTeam Member said:

I eat everything I've always eaten, but I did start taking Super Vitamin B-Complex and let me tell you, what a life-changer. The only drawback I have with it is, it makes me pee a lot more often. Like I didn't already have those issues enough <<<(me being sarcastic) LOL But, please do yourself this one favor and get on the B vitamins.

posted 10 months ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

Yes, just eat healthy. Healthy oils only, low inflammatory foods (not fried, sugars, bad oils, red meat...), lots of fruits and veggies. I also find algal omega-3 helps me with neuropathic pain.

posted 11 months ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

I was diagnosed in 2015. I think the most important thing with Ms is eating healthy. And trying to get a reasonable amount of exercise. I take d-3 and other suppliments also.

posted 11 months ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

NAguiar81, the vitamin is a Walmart brand and the bottle says' Spring Valley Super Vitamin B-Complex. I read that it may aid in energy(@Which it has me) heart health, immune support, and the nervous system plus metabolism too, so it's a very good product. I ordered it online. Just go to Walmart.com. I failed to mention, I also take a vita D3 50,000 IU, just like prescribed D2 that my pharmacy said they couldn't get, I take it once a week.

posted 10 months ago
A MyMSTeam Member said:

I agree with Brenda 😊 and you can fine tune it from there.

posted 11 months ago
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