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Dietary patterns and metabolic disorders in multiple sclerosis

Veronica Dorothy

Diet plays an important part in the etiopathogenesis of many neurological diseases, and it can exacerbate symptoms by causing metabolic problems. The results of studies on the impact of diet in the progression of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are equivocal, and dietary recommendations for MS patients are currently a work in progress. The goal of this study was to look at the Dietary Patterns (DPs) of MS patients and see whether there were any links between them and metabolic issues. There were 330 patients in the trial, with an average age of 41.9 years and 10.8 years. Data on diet, lifestyle, and health were gathered using a survey questionnaire. A major component analysis was used to find the DPs (PCA). Traditional Polish, Prudent, and Fast Food and Convenience Food were designated as the three DPs. An analysis of the odds ratios adjusted for age, gender, smoking, and education revealed that patients who followed the Traditional Polish and Fast Food and Convenience Food DPs were more likely to have abdominal obesity and low HDL cholesterol levels. Adherence to the Prudent DP, on the other hand, was not linked to any metabolic disease. The findings of this investigation indicated that an unhealthy diet is linked to the presence of metabolic risk factors in MS patients. There's also a pressing need to educate MS patients about healthy eating, because making the right dietary changes can help them improve their metabolic profile and clinical results.

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