disability, Multiple Sclerosis, Uncategorized

Can higher doses of Vitamin D slow MS progression?

Vitamin D link to MS

After moving to Oregon and experiencing some of the darkest winters ever, I found out I have extremly low levels. It may have been part of the reasons why i developed Multiple Sclerosis. That and the fact i was exposed to a virus or toxin by the age of 15, mine being Mono.

Research shows that perhaps higher levels of Vitamin D like 10,000 IU could slow the progression of the disease by deflating the immune system.

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

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