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Diets for Medical Conditions: Multiple Sclerosis Diet & Exercise
The best diet for someone with MS is one that promotes healthy immunity, which includes whole grains, fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy and lean meats. Discover how sleep can help this immunity as well with help from a registered, licensed dietitian in this free video on diet and multiple sclerosis.
Having certain medical conditions can also require an individual to have restrictions on his or her diet. Learn to eat the right way with help from a registered, licensed dietitian in this free video series on diets for specific medical conditions.
If you’ve been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, (MS), you’re probably looking for some tips in your diet to help you manage your symptoms. MS has been defined as an autoimmune disorder that really affects our brain. And ultimately, as far as a diet goes, a well-rounded diet to promote overall healthy immunity is the best way to go.
A good round up of diet consists of whole grains fruits vegetables and low fat dairy and lean meats. Fruits and vegetables provide us with a great amount of vitamins and minerals, and antioxidants that help us to stay healthy and increase our general immunity overall. These low fat dairy products and lean meats are great sources of protein that help with cell functioning and regrowth as well. So try to keep that well-rounded diet high fruits and vegetables also high in fiber and staying hydrated.
Getting great amounts of sleep is great for immunity as well so try to give them at seven to eight hours if possible. I know we’re all very busy and this can seem like a big chore but at the end of the day a general diet good sleep and possibly a vitamin and mineral supplement, if you’re not getting enough from your fruits and vegetables is a good idea. Always check more with your doctor or seek out a registered dietitian for more information.