Eugh, after about 6 weeks of being gluten free, I tested it yesterday, I had a chicken kiev for lunch (the breadcrumbs have wheat in them) and then ordered Chinese takeaway for dinner, I had half a dozen little spring rolls and a chicken satay with fried rice, heaps of gluten. I feel fine today. Obviously the gluten free thing is not for me. I'm mostly disappointed because it didn't work, but also glad because it's a pest to follow.
Also, I don't think the LDN is working - I've been taking it since last October, and at the end of March had a relapse which has left me either walking with 2 sticks or using a wheelchair. Up until then, I hadn't had a relapse for a couple of years. So I'm going to stop the LDN - do you need to gradually reduce the dose, like you gradually increase it?
I'll discuss drug options with my MS nurse, but what other diets can I try? After reading the Jelinek book, I've cut out red meat from my diet (I definitely know that helps), and I eat pretty healthily anyway, I like eating fruit and veg.