Role of Diet in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 11:14 AM

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Multiple Sclerosis is a condition that affects the brain and the spinal cord and leads to symptoms such as weakness and numbing of the muscles. Many patients with this disease who have found little benefit in conventional treatments are now increasingly turning toward multiple sclerosis diets.
 
According to a renowned multiple sclerosis diet book, eliminating five food triggers is the key to ensuring a stable body condition. Making simple dietary changes and eliminating food sensitivities, the multiple sclerosis diet book claims to help reverse the condition and symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
 
The multiple sclerosis diet aims to eliminate sugar and other saturated fats from the diet and include five triggers that are key to healing and reversal of the damage caused by multiple sclerosis. These triggers are grains containing gluten, wheat, eggs, dairy, legumes, and yeast.
 
The multiple sclerosis diet book, which works with these five trigger groups, is being medically touted as one of the newest in alternative treatments and diet for multiple sclerosis.

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