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Delicious MS Recipes

August 25, 2015

Breakfast Power Smoothie

Although you should be eating all three meals a day, you can start off the morning with this refreshing health-packed smoothie.

For one smoothie you can add in some organic frozen fruits like blueberries and strawberries, chilled and unsweetened green tea, plan low-fat organic yogurt, ground flaxseed and honey. If you want to avoid dairy, you can substitute the yogurt with cultured soy.

This smoothie is loaded with foods that will give you long-term health boosters. It is loaded with antioxidants, inflammation fighting Omega-3 vitamins and some bone strengthening calcium as well as immune-supporting probiotics. Your body will love you all day long after drinking this plentiful and delicious blend!

Adding supplements to smoothies is also a great way to get a proper amount of Vitamin intake for the day. Adding something like liquid (or granular) Lecithin for example can help guard against memory loss.


Mediterranean Tomato and Olive Rice

A filling and tasty Italian dish is something everyone needs to treat themselves with every now and again. It just so happens that this one is of course packed with a great amount of nutrients that are very much needed for your body as well as your MS diet.

The recipe calls for ingredients like tomatoes that contains Lycopene and Vitamins A, C and E, and basmati or brown rice which keeps your blood sugar at a nice consistent level and your stomach fuller for longer. You’ll also need some sun-dried tomatoes, chopped black olives, extra virgin olive oil, baby spinach leaves and salt to taste.

This meal is a great source for Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and Manganese. It is also very low in cholesterol which is important to maintain when living with MS.  



Dairy-Free Strawberry Ice Cream

Grab a spoon and your sweet tooth and prepare yourself for this delicious MS-diet approved sweet! The ice cream is dairy free which makes for a great alternative and allows you to get a little creative.

You can substitute whichever fruits you feel you would prefer better, but this one calls for frozen bananas, strawberries, and a few blueberries and raspberries if you want to include some other fruity flavors. The recipe also demands a lot of coconut milk, and organic honey.

This recipe contains benefits in line with the MS diet, for example it is plentiful in Manganese and is a very good source of Vitamin C. The desert is also very low in Cholesterol and Sodium.  

While this recipe is very safe and follows the MS diet, it is suggested to not have more than one serving per day as the recipe does contain a lot of coconut milk which increases the inflammation factor.




Delicious MS Recipes - Tue August 25, 2015 12:31 PM