1. Diet and Nutrition
While the treatments prescribed by a physician are determined to manage a chronic disease like multiple sclerosis (MS), there are other factors that contribute for overall wellbeing. Diet and nutrition are among them. There is no special diet designed for patients with MS, but what is eaten can impact energy levels as well as bladder and bowel function. So, having a healthy, balanced, and planned diet is important. Specialists recommend a low-fat and high-fiber diet. There is also evidence that a diet low in saturated fats and supplemented by omega-3 and omega-6 can benefit MS patients. Some people may also be advised to take supplements like vitamin D or the form of vitamin B known as Biotin/MD1003.