If MS was caused by chemicals/toxins then yes it can help or cure. If it was caused by microbes then you could make it worse by weakening your immunity by fasting.
Here's the abstract from a research paper about evidence pointing to a microbial cause of MS http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/73/4/439.full
It is proposed that multiple sclerosis may be transmitted chiefly by sexual contact. Arguments favouring this include: migration studies that suggest a transmissible agent in adolescence; clusters of multiple sclerosis which have occurred in low prevalence areas following entry of young males; the similarity of multiple sclerosis to tropical spastic paraplegia, a known sexually transmitted infection with resemblance to primary progressive multiple sclerosis; an increased rate in drug misusers; a similar age of onset and sex pattern to that found in sexually transmitted disease; increased incidence of multiple sclerosis in those using oral contraceptives; low multiple sclerosis rates in societies with a strict moral code; longitudinal shifts in sex prevalence that show an increase in women after the sexual revolution of the 1960s; and important exceptions to the worldwide distribution corresponding to countries with permissive attitudes to sex. Family, conjugal pair, twin, and adoption studies are compatible with an infectious cause of multiple sclerosis if this is sexually transmitted. It is not proposed that sexual transmission is the only cause but that inherited factors create a susceptibility to a sexually transmitted neurotropic agent. It is hoped this hypothesis might encourage a new direction of neurological research.
The Atlantic Monthly (Feb '99) has an interesting cover article on the 'New Germ Theory' being suggested by Darwinian scientists. The premise, with some supporting evidence, is that many of the killer/troubling diseases like heart disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Alzheimers are in good part due to bacterial and viral infections. A few early studies, for example, have found higher antibodies to a specific bacteria in heart disease patients, and HHV-6 virus is a suspect in MS cases. They discuss how remote nations will have zero cases of MS, then suddenly the incidence of this disease explodes, suggesting an infectious pathogen as the cause.
The best systemic fighter of microbes is the Beck blood electrifier. I used it to get rid of a 16 year viral infection.