We have a well-known tri-athlete in our area who, w/ MS, thrives on a hyper-low fat lifestyle. Given however that Vit D and Omega 3's in super high doses are shown to be incredibly helpful, across the board for MS, I've always wondered if that doesn't speak to a blind spot in our studies of it. How else would they have been ingested in earlier generations? They weren't eating copious amounts of D and Omega 3 rich veggies, were they?
When I see MS material suggesting "don't push it, don't over exert, exercise lightly", it makes me so frustrated. What about the many books that show how repeated, hard, persistent exertion actually helps grow myelin sheath?!
I am so glad this topic has been posted.