Myasthenia gravis sufferers do not need to adhere to either a gluten-free or vegan diet. Doctors advise that those with myasthenia gravis maintain a healthy, varied diet as much as possible.
While some doctors recommend reducing dairy products and animal proteins, neither is proven to effectively reduce myasthenia gravis symptoms. Instead, experts suggest preparing foods in a way that makes them softer and easier to chew. Myasthenia gravis sufferers should eat at times when their strength is highest, sit upright while eating, eat in small portions, drink plenty of liquids with harder foods and rest between bites to prevent fatigue.