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Vitamin D

Previously I have posted on nutrition and MS disease management. Researching that was, quite frankly, fairly fruitless in terms of yielding conclusive results. (On the plus side, it means I feel absolutely no remorse about my “...

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Mindfullness

This time last year I was still reeling from the new diagnosis. New Year’s Day came and went without a second thought to resolutions, either lofty or less ambitious. However after the proverbial dust settled, over the course of 2015, I turned my attention inwards and spent some time...

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Iris

What do you do when you see a study purporting to show that a particular activity or lifestyle choice is associated with improved outcomes for people with MS?  Are you the first to give it a go?  Or have you perhaps become a bit jaded after reading too many (sometimes contradictory) suggestions...

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Gut reaction

If you read my last post on food, you may well either have adopted a diet that is less varied than that of a Buddhist monk, or be cowering in fear that you are on the road to nutrition perdition. In any case, rest assured, this...

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Like many others who are newly diagnosed, I have undertaken some research into, and been the recipient of generously provided advice regarding the various diets that claim to bring benefit to those with MS. However, I have quickly realised this is murky territory with a vast array of wide-...

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Relaxed cat

Samuel posted something pretty special today.  It’s thoughtful, thought-provoking, honest, potentially controversial and really worth the ten minutes or so it will take you to read it through.  Frankly, I wondered if I should wait a few days before putting up my small offering for this week...

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In my last blog I talked about the ‘What ifs’ and it was great to hear positive feedback both here on the Uninterrupted blog, and on twitter as well. I mentioned that I might talk about the things that I do for myself that are in my control...

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