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

Many experts agree: people with MS may need higher vitamin D levels than those without MS. Experts share guidance on the best level for people with MS and the importance of keeping levels high to manage symptoms and disease progression. We also cover how to know you're buying the most effective vitamin D supplements.

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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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