Ten Natural Options for Treating Multiple Sclerosis
Today, in my last look at multiple sclerosis (MS), I’ll reveal a wide swath of natural possibilities for treatment and prevention. These 10 potential remedies range from healthy fats to calcium to ginkgo.
1. Essential fats. Some experts believe that fatty acids, such as sunflower seed, evening primrose, and fish oils, may play a preventative role, but this has never been specifically addressed in a study.
2. Linoleic acid. This omega-3 fatty acid deserves its own mention, as many studies have tried to see if there was a link to MS. Some found that those taking the acid had shorter and less-severe MS attacks, but that the frequency of attacks and disability it caused did not change so much. Another found it did little when tested against olive oil. But some suggest it takes longer than two years to see the effect linoleic acid might have. More research is warranted.
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