Food allergies and multiple sclerosis


There is a long history of multiple sclerosis associated with allergies. These ideas was especially popular in the 1940s and 1950s. Many different allergic substances have been proposed over the years. Various food allergies have been implicated in multiple sclerosis. Some studies have fund that multiple sclerosis is more common in areas with high intakes of dairy products or gluten-containing grains,such as wheat, rye, oats, and barely. As a result, consumption of dairy products or gluten has been implicated in multiple sclerosis. Other proposed allergic foods have included yeast, mushrooms and other fungi, fermented products (such as vinegar), sugar, potatoes, red meat, fruits, vegetables, caffeine, and tea and other tannin-containing foods?

Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis, Dr Allen C. Bowling, M.D., PhD

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