, 2022-12-02 13:00:22,
Managing multiple sclerosis (MS) can involve taking specific medications and going through particular treatments, according to the Mayo Clinic. At the same time, those who deal with the disease may also want to ensure that their eating habits are beneficial to their health and don’t have unexpected harmful effects. That’s why people with MS may want to stick to the Mediterranean diet as opposed to other options, according to new research.
In a systematic review published in Nutritional Neuroscience, researchers were hoping to figure out which diet was most beneficial for those with MS. After initially considering a total of 269 studies that all took place between 2018–2022, they ended up taking a closer look at 17 studies.
The researchers’ review found that energy-restricted diets, intermittent fasting diets, the ketogenic diet, and modified paleolithic diet could cause nutrient deficiencies if used long-term. However, it was also noted that the Mediterranean diet didn’t seem to cause any adverse side effects even when used over a lengthy period of time.
“The findings of this study further confirm the restrictive nature of the many supposedly ‘healthy’ diets out there that people follow for various reasons,” Kiran Campbell, RD, tells Eat This, Not That!
“[However,] the great thing about this study is that it shows yet another health condition that may benefit from following a…
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