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Vitamin D May Help Prevent, Treat Multiple Sclerosis by Caroline Craven

Researchers say the vitamin D levels in women with MS may be a factor in the disease. Ever want to blame someone for your multiple sclerosis? How about blaming a natural substance? Vitamin D has long been associated with multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

There are many associations of chronic conditions and low Vitamin D levels, but virtually no successful intervention studies with high-dose Vitamin D.  A normal level of Vitamin D appears to be associated with good general health, although there is some indication that Vitamin D may help maintain the integrity of gut barrier to prevent microbial penetration into the blood and the resulting inflammation that comes with that.

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