Healthier Diet Equals a Healthier Brain for MS

I self-describe as a chef by training, food scientist by education, writer by passion, and advocate for people with disabilities by necessity.

Those first two parts of my bio (and even some of the writing bits) are part of the reason I am in an ever-constant struggle to keep my weight in check.

My orbit of the food world gives me access to some of the most incredibly delicious meals one could imagine. Reduced mobility, steroid-whacked metabolism, and general aging issues mean I must now plan out my consumption of these delicacies like so many other parts of my life with multiple sclerosis (MS).

I’ve written before of my current use of an intermittent fasting regime to help keep my weight in check. That plan also seems to have positive repercussions for our shared disease as well.