In those with MS, leafy greens might help combat "cog fog"
So, how exactly to leafy greens help with multiple sclerosis?
Many MS sufferers experience cognitive side effects from the disease - 50%, in fact. That’s right, half of all MS sufferers will experience various cognitive side effects such as memory loss, “cog fog”, difficulty concentrating, planning, executive function, memory, fatigue, basic attention, and depression. Because all of these symptoms can be debilitating if they last for extended periods of time at moderate strengths, patients will look for relief in all areas of their health.
Because this study shows a strong correlation between a healthy diet and brain health, MS patients would benefit from adding leafy greens into their diet if they haven’t already.