A Multimodal, Nonpharmacologic Intervention Improves Mood and Cognitive Function in People with Multiple Sclerosis.

@article{Lee2017AMN,
  title={A Multimodal, Nonpharmacologic Intervention Improves Mood and Cognitive Function in People with Multiple Sclerosis.},
  author={Jennifer Elizabeth Lee and Babita Bisht and Michael J Hall and Linda M. Rubenstein and Rebecca R Louison and Danielle T Klein and Terry L Wahls},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Nutrition},
  year={2017},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={
          150-168
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to examine whether participation in a 12-month multimodal intervention would improve mood and cognitive function in adults with progressive multiple sclerosis (MS). METHODS In this one-arm, open-label feasibility trial, participants were prescribed a home-based multimodal intervention, including (1) a modified Paleolithic diet; (2) an exercise program (stretching and strengthening of the trunk and lower limb muscles); (3) neuromuscular electrical… CONTINUE READING

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