Diets high in vegetables and fish may lower risk of MS
New research led by Curtin University has found people who consume a diet high in vegetables and fish may have a reduced risk of multiple sclerosis.
The research, published in the Multiple Sclerosis Journal, found an association between a higher intake of healthy foods, such as vegetables, fish, eggs, poultry and legumes, and a lower risk of multiple sclerosis.
Lead author Dr Lucinda Black from the School of Public Health at Curtin University spoke to Sue and Darren about the research.
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