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Red Wine and MS: Potential Benefits and Risks

Red Wine and MS: Potential Benefits and Risks

Red wine is sometimes called a “superfood” because of its antioxidants — substances that help protect against some types of cell damage. But there’s debate about how much red wine is beneficial and whether certain people would be better off...
Posted 08/04/2022

Manuka Honey: Are There Potential Health Benefits for MS?

Manuka Honey: Are There Potential Health Benefits for MS?

Some people with multiple sclerosis (MS) seek to supplement their MS treatment regimens with alternative or natural therapies. One such option is manuka honey, which has been noted for its anti-inflammatory properties and healing properties. If...
Posted 05/23/2022

Healthy Snacks for MS: Ideas for Quick and Easy Bites

Healthy Snacks for MS: Ideas for Quick and Easy Bites

Figuring out what to eat when you have multiple sclerosis (MS) can feel like solving a riddle.
Posted 10/12/2021

MS and Alcohol: What Are the Effects?

MS and Alcohol: What Are the Effects?

If you're living with multiple sclerosis (MS), you may wonder how moderate or heavy alcohol consumption could affect your disease and overall well-being.
Updated 05/26/2022

The Wahls Protocol® Diet and MS: An Interview with Dr. Terry Wahls

The Wahls Protocol® Diet and MS: An Interview with Dr. Terry Wahls

Many members of MyMSTeam have been asking each other about the Wahls Protocol — a diet and lifestyle program created and used by Dr. Terry Wahls, who has multiple sclerosis herself. Diagnosed with secondary progressive MS in 2000 and confined to...
Posted 06/17/2020

What Fruits and Vegetables Are in Season?

What Fruits and Vegetables Are in Season?

One way to eat a healthier diet and include more fruits and vegetables is to eat what’s seasonally available. There’s a farmer’s market close to the office, so this past week's purchases were a cantaloupe, some basil, a couple of peaches. Time for...
Posted 08/27/2018
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