In a small study, researchers found that people with MS largely complied with a diet study that was administered via telehealth (coaching by phone and email check-ins). This study, made possible with funding from a National MS Society pilot research award, raises the possibility that delivering dietary instruction individually via telehealth is an effective method for helping individuals change their dietary habits without having to leave home. To read full story on the National MS Society website, click here.
“Feasibility of improving dietary quality using a telehealth lifestyle intervention for adults with multiple sclerosis,” by Drs. Brooks Wingo, Robert Motl, and colleagues (University of Alabama at Birmingham), is published in MS and Related Disorders (2020;46:102504).