13. Say no to aspartame and MSG.
It’s so important to read labels. You may be shocked, but aspartame and MSG are popping up in all kinds of foods, including gum, breads, cereals, canned goods, convenience foods and processed foods. Aspartame wasn’t made for human consumption, and toxicity from aspartame and MSG mimic many MS symptoms.
14. Go gluten free or limit gluten consumption.
If you’re sensitive to gluten, it will cause widespread inflammation in the body.
This is the last in a lineup of many great tips for you to start on a path of restoring your body. Although the 14 previous tips are ones I’ve done myself and helped contribute to my overcoming MS, laughter is honestly one of the most important things you can do. Humor and laughter strengthen your immune system, boosts your energy, and protects you from the damage of stress. It decreases stress hormone levels, decreases pain and improves your mood.