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By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on February 10, 2016
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How a Raw-Based Diet Helps Manage MS Symptoms

Many people with MS find relief by changing the way they eat, like adopting a gluten-free diet or eating non-inflammatory foods. A diet that can help manage MS symptoms is a raw-based diet, also known as a plant-based diet. Read on to learn how this...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on February 2, 2016
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Super MS-Friendly Snacks to Help You Power Through Your Day

We talk a lot about what you should be eating to live symptom-free with MS. Your diet plays a huge role in how symptoms affect you. Certain foods fight inflammation and fatigue so you can get on with your day, which is what we are all after. Eat these...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 27, 2016
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Two Moms in the Raw Nut Butter Truffles Review and Sweepstakes

I’ve seen Two Moms in the Raw at Whole Foods before. However, I never took notice of it until they reached out and asked me to try their products and to let me know that they are running a 25% off promo + sweepstakes where you can win an...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 14, 2016
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5 Simple Ways to Deal with MS Memory Problems

You walk over to the computer to look something up, but once you get there, you can't remember what you needed. Do you struggle with memory problems? You're not alone. Many people with MS have a hard time remembering things. Luckily, there are a few...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 14, 2016
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5 Fruit Juices Good for your Brain to Help Boost Your Memory

It’s the beginning of the year, and you want nothing more than to get rid of the fog in your brain. Are you tired of forgetting things throughout the day? You’re not alone. Many people with MS struggle with memory problems. There are a lot...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 11, 2016
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Positive Thinking Tips to Help You Cope with Your MS

One of the most all-encompassing symptoms of MS is depression. Depression amplifies how strongly you feel the other symptoms of MS while making it difficult to find joy throughout your day. The truth is that dealing with MS symptoms can be depressing,...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 23, 2015
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3 Paleo Friendly Foods to Alleviate MS Fatigue

Fatigue is the number one symptom that affects people with MS, and it can be absolutely debilitating. Sometimes you may not feel like there is much you can do to alleviate MS fatigue, but eating the right foods can help. Some people with MS choose to...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 21, 2015
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5 Pineapple and Turmeric Recipes to Relieve MS Symptoms

Pineapple and turmeric are both strong anti-inflammatory foods. As a matter of fact, turmeric has been receiving a lot of attention in the MS research community for a long time for its possible neuroprotective properties. Turmeric is most commonly used...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 8, 2015
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3 Energizing Breakfast Foods to Conquer Your Morning MS Fatigue

You wake up every morning exhausted. How can you possibly get through the day and accomplish the things you need to do? You get the recommended amount of sleep and you aren’t overdoing it throughout the day. Yet, you still struggle with morning MS...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 12, 2015
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How to Help Your Friend Deal with MS

So, your friend has just been diagnosed with MS, and you want to help. There are many ways you can be supportive, but the most important thing to remember is that your friend has an illness, but he or she is not the illness. Keep in mind “my...(more)