- •In this survey of people with MS, diet was similar to the general population.
- •Calcium intake was less than recommended and declined with age in men.
- •Following a special diet at some point diet since diagnosis was relatively common.
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☆Support: NARCOMS is supported in part by the Foundation of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. The study was supported by a fellowship grant to KCF from the CMSC's NARCOMS postdoctoral fellowship.