6 Warming Fall and Winter Breakfast Recipes for MS You Should Try

6. Paleo Zucchini Bread

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Many MS patients choose to follow a paleo diet and find it offers them relief from some of their symptoms. Zucchinis are low in calories but high in vitamin C, magnesium, potassium and antioxidants. This bread is great for breakfast with your favorite spread, but can equally be eaten as a snack or for lunch.

Ingredients:
2 cups of ground almond flour
¼ cup of coconut flour
1 tsp gluten-free baking soda
1 tsp mixed spice
3 large eggs (organic and free-range if possible)
½ cup of walnuts
4 Medjool dates
1 ripe banana
1 cup of zucchini (grated)
5 Tbsp honey (warmed)
5 Tbsp melted coconut oil

Method:
Preheat oven to 320ºF and grease and line a small bread pan. Chop the dates and walnuts into small pieces (you can use a food processor if you prefer) and mix with almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder and mixed spice. Either beat the eggs and banana together or mix in the food processor and add to the flour mixture along with all the other ingredients, ensure the batter is stirred well so the ingredients are thoroughly mixed in.  Pour the mixture into the bread pan and bake for 40 to 45 minutes until the top is golden brown. Leave to cool in the tin before turning out and slicing.

Source: MS Living Symptom-Free

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6 comments

  1. In my experience, if you want to see real healing these recipes will help but wouldn’t kick it. That needs a ketogenic diet, that is if you want to rival the drugs. It requires full-commitment, is far from easy but it heals. Really heals. These recipes are a good start but not enough.

  2. Lynn cornman says:

    I started keto 5 days ago. Was trying to do paleo… kept cheating. But have not cheated on keto all week! Must be cuz I added cheese back to my life!!! Someday it be removed again, but for now I am doing great! Down 2 pounds on 3 day weigh in too! Liking this plan!

  3. Julie says:

    Oats are inflammatory as well as many dried fruits! Keto is the way to go especially for MS. Good fats help our mental clarity and improve the connections. Do your research.

    • Mary Kleinheim says:

      I didn’t realize that oats are inflammatory! What about gluten-free instant oatmeal? Seems like I don’t feel as well as I would hope, after eating GF oatmeal. I think I’d like to try the keto diet, too.

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