Plant foods are rich in magnesium and vitamin K, both of which are important for bone health. A vegetarian or plant-based diet can provide excellent amounts of the B vitamins and folate. Significant relief for constipation, which may be a serious problem in MS, can be achieved by the high fiber content of the vegetarian diet. Those who consume more fruits and vegetables are also less prone to chronic infections. In addition, the rich supply of vitamins, minerals and trace elements obtained from fruits and vegetables are essential for optimal function of the immune system.
- Q What are some examples of impairment-related work expenses if I have MS?
- Q What prescription drugs can help me achieve an erection if I have MS?
- Q How will my multiple sclerosis (MS) affect the lives of my children?
- Q Why should I avoid eating animal fat if I have multiple sclerosis (MS)?
- Q How can I care for someone with primary-progressive multiple sclerosis?
- Q How can the anxiety I have due to multiple sclerosis (MS) be treated?