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Is the MacDougall diet beneficial for releasing symptoms of MS?

Louis Rosner
Neurology

 The MacDougall Diet, developed by Roger MacDougall, a writer and dramatist, is a combination of low-fat and gluten-free diets. Professor MacDougall claimed his diet caused his own multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms to disappear, but broader scientific evidence of this has yet to be shown.

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