Did you know two lifestyle options, i.e. exercise and diet, are probably the most effective add-on neuroprotective therapies for treating MS?
Exercise induces long-lasting changes in the brain, which includes upregulation of growth factors and release of endorphins, that are almost certainly neuroprotective. Similarly, diets (caloric restriction, intermittent fasting and low-carbohydrate ketogenic) stimulate metabolic pathways that are both anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective. Why would someone with MS not want to hack their metabolism to derive these benefits?
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P.S. Please note that if you are overweight you need to lose weight first to exercise properly. Exercise, without a change in your diet, is not an effective weight-loss strategy.