5 Multiple Sclerosis Food Hacks

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1. Think green, and red, yellow, purple, and orange!


Fresh vegetables that are brightly colored contain more antioxidants, which protect you from diseases.

“For people living with multiple sclerosis (MS), a healthy diet is an integral part of maintaining one’s health, along with exercise and regular doctor visits.”

2. Choose lean proteins.


Fish, poultry, beans, and nuts are excellent protein choices.

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3. Don’t fear fat!


Contrary to what we’ve been told, fat doesn’t make you fat.

“Fueling our bodies with good-for-you foods helps to keep it running at its optimum level.”

4. Go brown.


Limit refined grains and choose brown rice, oats, or quinoa instead.

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5. Hydrate.


Water is best, whether it’s still or sparkling.

“No matter your age, your taste buds, or your busy lifestyle, there’s always a way to put healthy foods on your table.”

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