Multiple Sclerosis Treatment And Prevention

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3. Fasting


A study that used mice as subjects were found that when forced to fast, or refrain from meals for a particular number of hours, had ‘beneficial effects for relapsing-remitting MS,’ or RRMS. While Intermittent Fasting, or IF, has been around for some time, it’s only reached major popularity lately. Neurologist Dr. Anne Cross explains, “Intermittent fasting reduces the inflammatory profile in the blood and possibly in the central nervous system,” which in turn can also help slow down the effects of the disease.