The Overcoming MS Program serves as a beacon of hope, providing evidence-backed strategies to make impactful changes to our diet and lifestyle for better health outcomes. However, transforming our dietary habits can be challenging, especially when catering for a family. Nutritional therapist and community member, Jenna Cox, shares her tips on how to make the Overcoming MS diet family-friendly.
Following the huge success of our 2023 UK tour where we connected with so many people in our incredible community, we are excited to announce our 2024 UK tour where we will be stopping in Manchester, London, Belfast and Hampshire.
The new year is a great time to revisit our health goals for the next 12 months. When it comes to making significant changes, especially around our diets, the initial excitement can quickly collide with the reality of fridge clean-outs, meal-planning woes, and the nagging question 'but what will I eat instead?' Nutritional therapist and community member, Jenna Cox, shares her tips on how to transition to the Overcoming MS Diet.
In 2023, we released our fifth season of the 'Living Well with MS' podcast. We really enjoyed talking to a range of guests, from MS experts to community members about living well with MS. Get inspired and listen back to the most popular podcasts this year.
Are you looking to live a healthier, fuller life in 2024? Do you want to feel more confident with the Overcoming MS Program? Whether you’re brand new to Overcoming MS or you’re already adopting parts of the Program, we have the perfect way to kick start your year in a healthy, positive way.
In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of HeartMath techniques for people living with MS and how these methods can provide a path to better stress management and improved quality of life. This has been written by facilitator, Yasmin Neves, who has MS and follows the Overcoming MS Program.
The festive season is often a time of social gatherings and spending time with loved ones. A bit of planning in advance can ease concerns about following the Overcoming MS Program whilst still being able to embrace the spirit of celebration. Nutritional therapist and community member, Jenna Cox, shares her top tips on how to navigate social occasions during the festive season.
In today's world, navigating the cost of living can often feel like treading through uncertain waters. Nutritional Therapist, Sam Josephs, has put together some useful tips for managing the cost of living while eating well for MS.
Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, togetherness, and, of course, food. While a traditional Thanksgiving menu may not always be Overcoming MS compliant, we've put together a menu so there's no reason you can't enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal with your friends and family, whilst sticking to the Overcoming MS Diet.
Partners play a crucial role in the lives of people with MS. We spoke to Aneela McKenna, who is featured in the moving film 'MS Makes Me', to find out more about how she supports her partner Andy while also looking after her own mental wellbeing.
We spoke to Andy McKenna, creator of the powerful new film 'MS Makes Me', about his time with Dr Jonathan White during filming, what helps him to maintain a positive mindset and his advice for people new to the Overcoming MS Program.
An intriguing study from Austria has come up with an unexpected finding. The study examined 163 people with a new diagnosis of clinically isoloated syndrome (CIS) suggestive of MS attending 29 MS clinics in Austria
Positive results of many trials on new generation antidepressants have been strongly promoted by the drug industry to convince us that these drugs are helpful in depression. Are we merely being sold a very good placebo?