Conducted by American scientists in the study involved more than 1,100 people.
This is a useful product and reduces the risk of developing multiple sclerosis by 45%. Annette Langer-Gould explained that she and her colleagues have managed to show that regular consumption of fish reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease – now they have shown that this product is able to protect and multiple sclerosis. According To Clutch.
Such fish include salmon, mackerel, sardines, herring, tuna, eel, trout, sprats, anchovies and many more. Scientists believe that contained in fish omega-3 fatty acids possess a neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory effect, and therefore reduce the likelihood of developing the disease.
Multiple sclerosis is a severe autoimmune disease in which patients begin to lose control over one’s own body, which sooner or later leads them to a wheelchair. RS is often characterized by fatigue, muscle weakness, impaired vision, and difficulties with balance and coordination.
The cause of this disease is still not known, however some studies are given to understand that the daily diet include oily fish, much less experienced with multiple sclerosis.
“We increasingly recognize that the RS is not only a chronic inflammatory disease of the Central nervous system, explained Dr. Langer-Gould, but he also frequently causes diffuse neurodegeneration, neuronal degradation, extending to different parts of the CNS. Although the cause is unknown, the increase in the prevalence of RS has increased the interest in identifying risk factors, including diet.”
Conducted by American scientists in the study involved more than 1,100 people, whose average age was 36 years. About half of them were diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or discovered clinically isolated syndrome – early onset of symptoms, detection of which doctors can not make a prediction about the form of the disease and its further progression.