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Super MS-Friendly Snacks to Help You Power Through Your Day

By Daryl H. Bryant (358 words)
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 super MS-friendly snacks to help you power through your day.  These snacks do more than taste good; they can actually help fight your MS symptoms.

Grain-Free Crackers 

Making the switch to a Paleo, gluten-free diet has helped me tremendously in alleviating my MS symptoms such as migrains, chronic fatigue and fabrimyalgia. 

There are a few brands that sell grain-free crackers, but a brand I've just discovered and really love is Two Moms in the Raw, which sells these savory, grain-free, Paleo-friendly crackers that are so good and good for you. 


Walnuts contain omega-3s which may help combat muscle stiffness and inflammation. Mix the walnuts with dried fruit to create a delicious pain-fighting trail mix.


Avocadoes are anti-inflammatory and delicious. Mix a fresh avocado with lime juice, cilantro, tomatoes, onion, and salt for a wonderful homemade guacamole. If you’re feeling too tired to cut all of that up, just mix the avocado with some salsa from the fridge. You can eat the guacamole with a few tortilla chips - or just eat it by itself. Alternatively, try mixing up avocado chunks with tuna for a unique tuna salad. You’ll get the added benefit of omega-3s from the tuna.


We recently talked before about the power of apples to help with your memory, but they also provide an energy pick-me-up and can help keep you regular. If a plain apple sounds too boring, dress it up with a little bit of honey and cinnamon, peanut butter, or nutella.

Combine your snacks with a tall glass of water to combat dehydration, the leading cause of fatigue in those with MS. By choosing these and other MS-friendly snacks, you will have the energy to power through your day. So what is your favorite MS-friendly snack? Share in the comments below.

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