MS-300x238According to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, an estimated 350,000 to 500,000 people in the U.S. have been diagnosed with MS, a chronic neurological disorder that affects the central nervous system. The most frequently prescribed drug for MS treatment is beta interferon, an expensive drug that recent research has revealed may not be as effective at treating the disease as once thought. However, 50 years of research has shown a low-cost alternative that anyone can do, and that many are calling the most effective MS treatment ever.

This video outlines Dr. Roy Swank’s research into how a diet low in saturated fats and fatty meats can be extremely effective at slowing the progression of MS and benefit one’s overall health.

A qualified home care agency, like Regency Home Care of Georgia, can help individuals with MS develop healthy meal plans in order to better manage their disease. Contact Regency Home Care to learn more about our dedicated in-home care services and how they can help MS patients live a healthier, more independent life.