Vitamin D in high doses may slow MS progression

Diane DeVillers
Posted January 8, 2016 from United States
Calla Lily

http://www.webmd.com/multiple-sclerosis/news/20151230/could-high-dose-vitamin-d-help-fight-multiple-sclerosis?ecd=wnl_mls_010816&ctr=wnl-mls-010816_nsl-ld-stry_title&mb=HAegTLFVSNy57MM1DftAguHnVev1imbCszbJMeF4dLE%3d

When i first moved to Oregon and experienced a decade of dark dismal winters, i found out i had low Vitamin D levels when i was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. That and other combinations of what they believe causes MS, mine being the fact i was exposed to a virus or toxin before the age of 15 (the mo for MS) was getting Mono.

Research is leaning toward that if someone increases their Vitamin D taking 10,000 mg a day, could deflate the immune system and slow MS progression

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