Omega-3s

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Multiple sclerosis causes extensive inflammation throughout the body, as with many autoimmune disorders. Therefore, increasing your intake of omega-3 fatty acids is a very wise choice. These are the healthy fats that can actually reduce inflammation, boost immune system function, and promote heart health. Eliminating inflammation in the body is an excellent way to lessen the severity of multiple sclerosis symptoms. Some of the best sources for omega-3s include flaxseeds, walnuts, salmon, sardines, soybeans, shrimp and cauliflower.

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