There is no specific diet that has been proven to be effective in treating Multiple Sclerosis (MS), but some diets that have been studied and reported to be popular among people with MS include:

  1. The Swank diet: This diet is low in saturated fats and emphasizes lean protein, fish, fruits, and vegetables. It was developed by Dr. Roy Swank in the 1950s and is based on the idea that reducing saturated fats in the diet can slow the progression of MS.
  2. The McDougall diet: This diet is a plant-based diet that emphasizes whole grains, vegetables, and fruits, and avoids animal products, added oils, and processed foods. It is based on the idea that a plant-based diet can reduce inflammation in the body.
  3. The Wahls diet: This diet is a modified paleo diet that emphasizes nutrient-dense foods, including grass-fed meats, wild-caught fish, and organic fruits and vegetables. It was developed by Dr. Terry Wahls, who has MS, and is based on the idea that a nutrient-dense diet can improve neurological function.
  4. The gluten-free diet: Some people with MS have reported that a gluten-free diet can help to alleviate symptoms, but scientific evidence to support this is limited.