Symptoms of multiple sclerosis could be influenced by food allergies.
Multiple sclerosis disease activity link to food allergies has been studied. The findings of the study revealed that multiple sclerosis patients with a history of food allergies show an increase in disease activity.
The participants of the Comprehensive Longitudinal Investigation of Multiple Sclerosis at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (CLIMB) completed a self-administered questionnaire. The findings of the ongoing study revealed that patients with food allergies have a greater disease activity in multiple sclerosis, compared to those without any allergies.
Patients were classified in two groups: allergic or not allergic. There were 922 allergic patients and 427 not allergic patients. A history of food, environmental, and drug allergies were reported in 238, 586, and 574 patients respectively.
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