health conditions


Question by  vasu (10)

I have MS. What should I eat?


Answer by  hellopiper (324)

There is no medical proof that a special diet can treat MS, but patients should eat a healthy diet low in saturated fat and high in fiber to stay healthy.


Answer by  Milette4 (900)

People who suffer from MS should make sure that they add plenty of steamed vegetables to their meals or have it as a meal on its own. Lamb, fish, chicken, berries and nuts also provides good nutritional value. Stay away from dairy products, processed foods, salt, grains and legumes. Limit your sugar intake.


Answer by  sarah1967 (626)

The general rule for the MS diet is eat lots of fruit and vegetables. You should low fat foods. Most important is to get lots of exercise


Answer by  Moma123 (1043)

There are may types of food that are helpful in treating multiple sclerosis. Carrots, cabbage, cucumber, radish, tomato, beetroot, fruit juice, unsalted butter, honey, cottage cheese help in curing MS.


Answer by  yvee (5)

I have suffered with ms for the short time of 6 years however i feel that a dairy free part veg and fruit also small fish like sardines,white bait etc and very limited meat is the way to go and organic if possible and affortable


Answer by  tschu (417)

Usally they recommend that if you are diagnosed with MS you should stay away from as many saturated fats as possible. Stick with fish, vegetables, whit meat, and fruit.


Answer by  shijo (861)

It is an auto immune disorder. There are lots of foods available for MS. Herbal tea can be taken daily for MS. Other treatment includes massage, acupuncture and Kalawalla it is a Safe Natural treatment for auto immune disorders. Hence you need to take these treatment and enjoy your future with ease.


Answer by  vinu (68)

There is no diet for Ms. You can eat healthy food like fish, fresh vegetables and fruits, nuts also not more than 10grams of saturated fat. Avoid Meat, pizza, icecreams, chocolate and diary products.


Answer by  Doc (13)

Anything, really. Just as long as it doesn't cause you to have an episode. Your doctor can help with this better. Good Luck.

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