Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune disease that leads to degeneration of the myelin sheath around nerves. Any auto-immune disease requires investigating the possibility of cross-reaction between food proteins and proteins in the body. The development of food allergies is also often associated with increased gastrointestinal problems.
Thus, the list of possible contributors for MS include investigating:
Leaky gut syndrome
Food allergies or intolerance – most common foods being wheat, dairy and legumes
Vitamin D deficiency
Essential fat and phospholipids deficiency
Poor methylation (high homocysteine)
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