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Mona Bostick Photo, living with multiple sclerosis

Hi, I'm Mona

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). I have been living with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) for over 10 years. And just like you I have read about all of the “diets”, “regimens”, “protocols”, and supplements promoted to benefit people with MS. 

Because there are so few credible sources available on this topic, I have made it my mission to understand and speak about the role of nutrition in MS. I want to add to the conversation that Dr. Google has started.

How many of your patients could benefit from healthier eating?

As a healthcare professional, your patients may turn to you for advice on nutrition and lifestyle choices that impact MS. But how much time to you really have to talk about nutrition with your patients? And how comfortable are you discussing nutrition recommendations?

Dr. Google is driving the conversation right now.

Dr. Google uses vague and misleading language to convince you that his products, protocols or regimens will heal, beat, or reverse Multiple Sclerosis. As a Registered Dietitian RDN living with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) for over 10 years, I take it personally when Dr. Google preys on vulnerable and scared people. I have made it my goal to improve access to credible, evidence-based nutrition and wellness information. 

Together, we can do better.

Patient Safety

  • Clinical RDNs are conventionally educated and able to provide evidence-based nutrition recommendations.
  • RDNs familiar with the unique challenges faced by MS patients can educate around the safe use of complementary modalities


Patient Satisfaction (Bishop 2020)

  • Patients have LOTS of questions about nutrition
  • They also want/need guidance and support during behavior change


Improved Health Outcomes

  • RDNs are trained to assess nutrition status and recommend nutrition interventions to improve health outcomes.

If you are a healthcare professional, help me help you!

Please consider completing a quick survey about the challenges you face when addressing nutrition questions with your patients. In return I will share user friendly and evidence based nutrition resources every month that will help you to answer the questions with confidence. 

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