Somewhere on the site I've previously described my experiences with Terri Wahls diet and some other MS-related diets. In short, my summary is that there is a link between diet and MS, though I think the "cure" idea is too strong of a word. IMO the keys are diet, exercise and stretching, reducing stress, and controlling how one thinks -- a multifaceted approach.
I was on the Wahls Protocol a few years back and did it just over a year. To me its single biggest benefit was improvements in my vision. I was not having bad optic neuritis issues, I'm talking about improvements in vision in general likely from eating so many greens. :)
A one annual eye exam the doctor told me I no longer needed bifocals because my distance vision was at that time better
The main differences are that Wahls says no eggs, yes to spinach and requires more fat.
That sounds like concepts from the MS Recovery Diet
. That diet IDs 5 groups of foods that people may have issues with, and suggests people cut out each group for a period and self-experiment on themselves to see if symptoms improve.
On that diet I found out that gluten was a critical issue for me. I can eat wheat/gluten with no problems, but about 7-10 days after
I cut it out my mental clarity improves dramatically -- like someone added 5-10 IQ points and removed you from a drunken hangover-type haze.
Being gluten-free is a PITA (since wheat is in everything
it seems!), but the benefits are so strong that I happily remain gluten-free falling off the wagon only on rare occasions.