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How do diet, exercise and stress management impact multiple sclerosis?

Eating well is important for everyone. For people living with multiple sclerosis, diet is especially important. Making healthy food choices can help you regain control and improve your quality of life. Get the latest on research into nutrition and MS, how it impacts brain function, and what foods are considered risk factors for disease progression.

Podcast: Eat well and live well with multiple sclerosis

Podcast: Nutrition research and MS risk and progression

Webinar: The role of diet on cognition in multiple sclerosis

What's the best diet for multiple sclerosis?

What foods should you eat (or not eat) when living with MS? Get practical, easy-to-follow MS diet advice from a leading nutrition expert who knows first-hand how to navigate life with multiple sclerosis.

Podcast: I have MS, what do I eat?

Can MS be cured by diet?

While there’s no evidence that diet can prevent or cure multiple sclerosis, eating well can positively impact your overall wellbeing. In this webinar, nutritionist Dr Yasmine Probst dispels common misconceptions about nutrition and MS.

Webinar: Nutrition facts and fallacies for someone living with MS

How can a dietitian help you manage MS?

Whether you’re looking to reduce fatigue, improve concentration or take control of your wellbeing, our dietitians can help. As experts in food and nutrition, they can guide you on the best diet for your unique needs and situation.

Our qualified MS dietitians are also exercise physiologists with specialist knowledge of MS – making them highly-equipped to help you improve your health through dietary changes.

What it’s like working with an MS diet expert?

Our MS Plus dietitians empower you to make decisions that will keep you well for many years to come. They tailor their support services to your needs.

This could include:

  • A personalised nutrition plan for your goals and lifestyle.
  • Guidance on planning and preparing healthy meals with recipes, shopping lists and guidance for takeaway.
  • Advice and examples to keep things interesting and achievable in the kitchen. For example, this could include how to avoid snacking out of boredom.
  • 1-on-1 support so you can ask any questions without any judgement.
  • Support with dietary information so you can make informed decisions.

How our dietitian appointments work

You can speak to an MS dietitian via telehealth or face-to-face, depending on where you live. Get in touch with us via our contact form and we’ll let you know which option is available for you.

After your first appointment, you’ll come away with:

  • a personalised nutrition plan, recipe ideas and strategies to make changes
  • support to take the next steps in your diet journey.

How to access Plus Diet and Nutrition

Our Plus Diet and Nutrition can be funded by your NDIS plan, or you have the option to pay privately and receive a rebate from either Medicare or your private health insurer. We can help you work out the best way to pay for this service.

Diet and nutrition resources

Interested in learning more about diet and nutrition? You can explore our online resources, including webinars, videos and podcasts from healthcare experts.