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    New Study Results on Diet and MS
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    Stephanie Butler, RN posted:
    I love that diet and exercise are being studied, and hope for more studies in the future!
    A recent randomized control study found that a very low fat, plant-based diet led to improved fatigue, led to a healthier body-mass-index (BMI) and improved metabolic biomarkers. It did not have any effect on disease activity shown on an MRI or significantly impact pain. I love that the impact of diet and exercise on MS is being studied, and I hope we continue seeing more and more being done!


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