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Pathways to Wellness in MS: Nutrition
Virtual Program

This Pathways to Wellness in MS program, focused on nutrition, empowers people affected by MS to solve wellness challenges. Get up to speed on current research intersections of diet and MS, healthy nutrition and how to eat well, and the benefits of taking a comprehensive wellness approach to positively impact your quality of life. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with others in the MS community through this unique virtual experience.

Pathways to Wellness in MS: Nutrition took place on March 31. The three general sessions are accessible on-demand now in the virtual environment. Learn more about other related topics like gut health, emotional eating and the use of dietary supplements with MS. Login or register to view this program today!

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General Sessions Available On Demand

The Science Behind MS Nutrition

Dietary MS research studies are the foundation of leveraging nutrition to feel your best. Learn more about those studies to understand outcomes, explore common co-morbidities, and how nutrition can play a role in your multiple sclerosis and your overall health.

 

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Eating Well with MS

Eating well doesn't have to be complicated, and starts with understanding the types of food that make your body feel its best. Learn strategies to build a healthy meal, interpret nutrition food labels and have more confidence in your daily dietary choices. Start eating well with MS today!

 

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Nutrition: A Comprehensive Approach

Wellness is most successful as a well-rounded approach with different but equally important parts. Good nutrition is a key piece, in addition to physical wellness like exercise, emotional well-being through stress management and developing healthy relationships with support systems.

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Breakout Sessions Available On Demand

Emotional Eating

Emotional eating may be used as a coping mechanism or distraction from the stress of living each day with a chronic disease like multiple sclerosis. Join this breakout and learn about emotional eating, identify healthier ways to cope and share your story with others.

 

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Gut Health

Certain gut bacteria can encourage or suppress inflammation, which is important to people with MS. Join this interactive breakout to learn more about good and bad gut bacteria, pre and pro biotics, and how diet can impact our overall gut health.

 

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Supplements

Supplements are sometimes used as a complement to disease modifying therapies to manage MS or MS symptoms. Join this breakout for a conversation about dietary supplements like vitamin D, omega-3, antioxidants and how they may or may not impact multiple sclerosis.

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Resources

  • Diet and Nutrition: Eating healthy can help manage MS symptoms. Learn about dietary research and evidence-based recommendations.
  • Living Well with MS: See how a healthy diet, regular exercise, stress management and other wellness strategies can help you manage your symptoms and feel your best.
  • Dietary Studies in MS: while current research is limited, researchers are beginning to make significant connections around diet and MS
  • National MS Society Community in Facebook: access learning guides and engage in open discussions with others who have similar interests in a supportive environment.

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We would like to thank all our 2022 program sponsors.

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