While a specific diet does not cure or even truly treat MS, eating a well-balanced and healthy diet on a regular basis can help reduce some symptoms or the likelihood that someone might deal with other health issues. Typically, it is recommended that that those with MS eat a low-fat, high-fiber diet and limit their alcohol consumption. This is not a particularly special diet recommendation; it is actually the type of diet that is recommended for much of the general public. People with MS may want to limit animal-based fats and get fats from sources such as nut butters, healthy oils, and fish instead.
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