I don't know....I think I would opt for you being crazy! Of course, you still probably have MS, but what is so wrong about being crazy? You get to wear hats made out of tin foil, stroll down main street wearing a pink tutu over your jeans and do silly card tricks that never work!
For sure, there is a lot of scary stuff out there about MS. My advice is to ignore the scary stuff and pay more attention to the positive side. The positive side is that now we have about ten approved drugs to help slow the progression of MS. Whereas 20 years ago we only had one.
It is true that no one can tell you what course your MS will run. So try to not spend too much time thinking about what you can't do and try and focus on the things you can do and figure out new ways to accomplish the same things you used to do before the MS appeared.
There is so much research go on about MS that sooner rather than later we will have much better options for treating MS and who knows maybe even a cure.
So hang in there and keep a healthy amount of humor about having MS. If we can laugh about our condition then we have won half the battle of conquering our MS.
You did not mention if you are on any drug therapy for your MS. If you are taking one of the treatment meds, which one? Is it helping?
As far as any particular diet goes, a well balanced diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits is more than likely all you have to concern yourself with. There are plenty of "special" diets out there that tout to be specifically tailored for people with MS. So far however there has been no clinical proof about a specific diet that is the best for us MS'ers.
Each of us may do better with one combination of foods than another person with MS who wouldn't see any benefit from your chosen diet. You will just have to decide what will work with your life style.