Healthy Living

Do Fruits and Vegetables Really Reduce MS Symptoms?

Be wary of special diets and empty promises

While it is good to take your nutrition into your own hands and be cognizant of your diet, don't fall for some that could potentially be harmful, despite the promising effects they claim. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society explains, "some special diets may be harmful because they include potentially toxic amounts of certain vitamins, or exclude important nutrients. That's why it's important to consult with your healthcare professional before starting any diet that includes nutritional supplements or vitamins."