InforMS: Fall 2020

InforMS Fall 2020 coverFood for Thought

The Importance of Healthy Nutrition in Your Arsenal of Brain Health Strategies.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Food for Thought

Our understanding of multiple sclerosis and its treatment has evolved dramatically over the past 30 years. We still don’t understand what causes MS and can’t repair the damage done by it. But, we can significantly slow MS down. Why is that so important? Because we now know that the human brain has a tremendous capacity to repair itself and recover from damage.

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Planning with a Purpose

By Sarah Heil | Creating a giving plan is not only a smart financial choice, it’s also a way to provide for your loved ones and give back to your community. In a recent conversation with Jim Clausen, he shared the story behind his family’s generous gift to the Rocky Mountain MS Center.

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Healthy Nutrition Matters, Especially When You’re Living with MS

By Kerri Cechovic | Approximately 125 million Americans have one or more chronic medical conditions, also known as comorbidities. The most common comorbidities among people living with MS are high blood pressure, high cholesterol, depression, anxiety, and chronic lung disease. Other common comorbidities include cancers, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes, and sleep disorders.

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Healthy Eating, Brain Health and Wellness

A Conversation with Holly Sullivan, Registered Dietician and National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach | To further explore the world of nutrition, healthy eating, and MS, we sat down (virtually) for a conversation with Holly Sullivan, RD, NBCHWC.

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Healthy Eating Resources

With so much information available to us it can be overwhelming, so we’ve put together some additional resources for healthy recipes and meal planning.

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