Recipes for Multiple Sclerosis
Diet plays a vital role in managing MS symptoms and relapses, which is why the Overcoming MS diet is the first step to take on the OMS Program — but where do you start? Take a look at our recipes for MS — the OMS diet is designed to be really enjoyable!
Recipes to help with your MS
It is easy to slip into unhealthy dietary habits in a fast-paced world. We get stuck in a rut with the same shopping order each week and the same processed foods for convenience. Our recipes aim to change all that, sparking a new enthusiasm for cooking, showing you all the delicious things you can eat and what you can make quickly, easily and inexpensively.
Multiple studies have shown that there is a link between the development and progression of MS and dietary saturated fats. Saturated fat is a type of fat mainly found in animal products, fatty meats, lard, cheese and butter. That is why the OMS diet is a plant-based diet that eliminates meat and dairy (but includes seafood). It aims to significantly reduce saturated fat intake while increasing the intake of omega-3 fats.
Making changes to your diet can seem difficult and intimidating without inspiration, especially if you have been used to eating a lot of meat and dairy until now. But there are so many options to explore and the OMS website is the perfect place to expand your repertoire.
These recipes take our scientifically researched recommendations into account. The guidance includes:
- Reducing saturated fat
- Avoiding processed foods which contain harmful oils
- Increasing omega-3 intake
- Eating a wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables
Finding out what is best to eat - and to avoid - with MS can feel daunting, but scroll down for all the colourful, mouth-watering recipes you can make (with every celebration covered). From sweet treats like fluffy cinnamon buns to savoury dishes with exciting flavours, such as sesame sockeye salmon and noodles which takes just 20 minutes to whip up. It will be hard to choose what to make first…