Tuesday, August 18, 2009

MS and Diet: Swank, McDougall, Jelinek

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In last week’s post, MS and Diet: Should you eat low-fat to treat your MS?, we discussed the news that a clinical trial will be conducted to determine the impact of a low-fat diet on MS progression, disability, and quality of life. Below is an introduction to the three most popular diets which take the low-fat approach and each of their corresponding websites.

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MS and Diet: Swank Diet, McDougall Program, and Taking Control of Multiple Sclerosis

1 comment:

  1. Hi Lisa,

    A low fat diet, no margarine or other saturated fat, no meat, fresh fruit and veg, lots of fish is good for everyone.

    We eat very healthy and have always done so.

    Came by to say hello and wish you well.
    Hope you are having a good day.
    ps we do not eat any processed food, everything we eat is made by Richie and me before ms.