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Jack Osbourne follows strict Paleo Diet to help his fight against Multiple Sclerosis

Published 20/06/2014 | 22:10

Jack Osbourne (26) has revealed that he has turned to clean eating to try and stop the rapid deterioration of his body due to multiple sclerosis (MS).

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The son of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne was diagnosed with the debilitating condition in 2012.

Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease where the body attacks the myelin sheaths that protects the nerves. Sufferers often experience numbness in extremeties, tingling, and a loss in vision in the early stages. 

Jack was diagnosed just two and a half weeks after the birth of his daughter Pearl.

He experienced losses of vision in his right eye, and sought help from a neurologist who eventually diagnosed him.

Jack told the Dr Oz Show in the US: “Diet is a big thing.  I am a firm believer in you are what you eat. I juice a lot, I try and stick to a Paleo Diet.”

The Paleo or 'caveman' diet favours foods available in prehistoric times, such as meat, fish, nuts and vegetables.

“At its core, I look at MS as inflammation, so I try and eliminate foods that cause inflammation.  Dairy, gluten, grains.”

He told People: “I was just angry and frustrated and kept thinking, ‘Why now?’  I’ve got a family and that’s what’s supposed to be the most important thing.”

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