Would You Like to Learn How Healthy and Balanced Diets Can Help You Improve Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms?

Multiple sclerosis happens when the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks its own central nervous system. For now, there’s no known cure for this but your dietary choice could help suppress the symptoms. When Multiple sclerosis happens, the brain becomes less able to tell the muscles what to do which often lead to symptoms such as weakness, pain and tingling. Mood changes, fatigue, trembling and other complications would also be noticed. Understanding the impact of dietary in multiple sclerosis and making changes to your diet would reduce the risk of health complications and improve the quality of your life. (1)

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The Role of Good Nutrition

Eating a healthy and nutritious food plays an important role in feeling well and managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Your diet is an important tool when it comes to living well with these symptoms. (2) Eating wrongly will cause the immune system to attack the central nervous system which would block or interrupt nerve signals and cause symptoms such as:

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Too often, people think of “wellness” in temporary terms. They want to work with doctors and take short-term steps, like medication, to improve annoying symptoms but never deal with unhealthy routines and lifestyle choices that created the illness in the first place.

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Here Are Foods I Would Recommend:
Eat Fatty Fish Which Is a Good Source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Fatty fish such as salmon, trout tuna, mackerel, and herring are good sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s which are widely understood to have cardiovascular benefits, appear to help block the body’s inflammatory response. When it comes to direct benefits for multiple sclerosis, the results are less clear-cut.  Study has shown that omega-3s might have a small effect in promoting the rebuilding of myelin, the coating on nerve fibers that’s attacked in multiple sclerosis. Do you also know that a higher intake of fatty fish could lower your risk of developing multiple sclerosis? (3)

Go for Fruits and Vegetables That Are Rich in Antioxidants

Fruits and vegetables are great source of phytochemicals and antioxidants which are known to help reduce inflammation. You should prioritize anti-inflammatory diet that includes tomatoes, leafy greens such as spinach and kale, and fruits like strawberries, blueberries, cherries, and oranges. From a recent study, there are evidence that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables correlated with less disability and lower symptom severity in people with multiple sclerosis, including less fatigue, pain, cognitive impairment, and depression. (4)

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Take Turmeric for Its Numerous Anti-Inflammatory Effects

Turmeric is a vibrant yellow, fragrant spice that grows as a rhizome (underground stem). It can be used fresh, but it’s most widely available in its dried and powdered form. Curcumin, the molecule in Turmeric has been shown to have numerous potentially beneficial effects in the human body which could help suppress the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. One of the most important role of curcumin is that it can block activation of a molecule that regulates tumor necrosis factor alpha which plays a role in inflammation in most inflammatory diseases especially Multiple sclerosis. (5)

Include Ginger in Your Diet to Reduce Inflammation in The Nervous System

Ginger is another rhizome with a potent, spicy flavor that can be used fresh or dried and powdered. Fresh ginger and ginger extracts are believed to contain a number of different anti-inflammatory compounds such as 10-gingerol which is believed to be the most important in reducing neuro-inflammation (inflammation in the brain or spinal cord). (6)

Eat More Avocado Which Is Source of Healthy Fats and Antioxidants

Do you know that avocados are a great source of healthy monounsaturated fat and antioxidants, which can dampen your body’s inflammatory response? From my experience, I noticed that the anti-inflammatory properties of avocados are so strong that they may actually offset less healthy food choices. (7)

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Get Flaxseeds for Its Healthy Fats and Lignans

Being one of the richest sources of omega-3 fatty acids, Flaxseed is a good alternative to fatty fish. They contain phytochemicals called lignans, which have often been touted for their anti-inflammatory effects. (8) Please CONTACT me to schedule a FREE 20-minute phone consultation where I’ll walk you through other lignan supplement that could help lower blood pressure.

Consume Walnuts to Reduce Inflammatory Blood Markers

Walnuts are known to be a good source of omega-3s and other healthy unsaturated fats. Like some other types of nuts, they are also packed with antioxidants, fiber, and magnesium, all of which have important roles in regulating inflammation. A recent research which I studied shows that eating walnuts could reduce the level of two blood markers involved in the inflammatory response. (9)

Include Olive Oil in Your Diet to Prevent Inflammation

Research has shown that extra-virgin olive oil contains phenols which could help prevent prevent the inflammatory processes involved in a variety of chronic diseases. There is also a strong evidence that consuming olive oil resulted in improved blood vessel function. (10)


With the fact that Multiple sclerosis affects the nervous system, this could lead to a wide variety of primary and secondary symptoms and health issues. It is a lifelong condition that may come and go or progress steadily, depending on the type. Some clients only experience mild tingling, while others become unable to move or talk. Most people with multiple sclerosis remain mobile, however, and the majority of people with multiple sclerosis have the same life expectancies as people without the condition. I always recommend healthful dietary choices that can benefit people with multiple sclerosis, while certain lifestyle changes may alter the progress of the condition or prevent specific symptoms. To learn more about how we can support your system with your unique needs, don’t hesitate to CONTACT me to schedule a FREE 20-minute phone consultation. Finally, you should endeavor to eat healthful diet that can boost your overall well-being and quality of life, while preventing complications such as cardiovascular disease.

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Do you know that your body has the ability to fight against the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis and this could start with a FREE 20-minute phone consultation? Would you like to learn how healthy, nutritious food could be an important part of feeling well and managing symptoms of multiple sclerosis? Please CONTACT me to schedule a FREE 20-minute phone consultation where I’ll walk you the process of winning your health back. I will start by identifying the key areas that need support and give the necessary support to show what needs to be done uniquely for your case. Chen Ben Asher will give you her best care recommendations and and give recommendations based on what’s happening inside your body on a cellular level, in a bid to achieve optimum results. Be rest assured that no stone will be left unturned as we look for the root cause!

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Working With A Functional Nutritionist

Functional Nutrition provides a personalized, holistic, and integrative approach towards better health, healing, relief, and well-being.

The process typically starts with a comprehensive initial evaluation that includes a review of your individual medical history as well as any necessary lab work such as food allergy testing. We also learn your current eating and lifestyle habits so we can optimize them and reduce any negative impact these choices might have on your health.

Once your needs and current nutritional support and lifestyle are understood, the process of nutritional consulting includes everything from food and cooking recommendations to education on why certain foods and nutrients are helpful or harmful. We also discuss functional and targeted supplementation where needed.

We take a practical approach to our work. It does not help you to give you recommendations that don’t work for you or aren’t realistic with your schedule and obligations.

We offer a coaching component to make sure you have all the emotional support and encouragement you need to believe in and make the choices that will promote health and healing within your body.

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Take The First Step On Your Journey & Win Your Health

Perhaps you have questions you’d like to ask before you make a decision to become a client. Our client coordinator is standing by, happy to answer any questions you have to determine if Mor’s Nutrition & More is right for you.

If you or your loved ones might be suffering from gut related issues, please contact me to schedule a complimentary 20-minute phone consultation. I can help you find relief—even if you've tried most traditional solutions.

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  • Initial Nutritional Evaluation
  • Comprehensive Personal Nutrition Consultation & Coaching
  • Personalized Therapeutic Nutritional Consulting
  • Nutritional Supplements & Supplement Guidance
  • Testing Guidance
  • Educational Workshops & Groups

Sample Program

Every program is different, but a typical client might expect the following:

  • Comprehensive Intake
  • Diet & Nutritional Evaluation 
  • Medical History & Family History Review
  • Medication & Food Supplements Review
  • Blood Test Analysis Guidance
  • Comprehensive Nutritional Recommendations
  • Food Shopping Guidance
  • Cooking & Food Preparation Guidance
  • Herbs & Food Supplements
  • Weekly or Bi-Weekly Sessions
  • Educational Materials & Resources