Ann Mullinix , Occupational Therapist
2 Dec 2015 | ~3:50 Engagement Time
Having the desire and motivation to eat well is one thing, but the process of actually carrying it out, from purchasing the food to placing a meal on the table, is another. Obstacles are real, such as limited time and energy, or challenges from cognitive and physical changes. Here are four simple strategies that can help you have more success in the kitchen, eat well, and feel better, with more energy and confidence.
Pack it Up
Living with MS is about finding options, using your creativity to remove obstacles, and being open to changing the process to achieve the results you want to see. Be flexible-take control of what you can and let go of what you can not. Small changes can make a big difference in eating habits, with the end result of feeling better with more energy and greater confidence.