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High dose vitamin D to treat Multiple Sclerosis etc. – protocol April 2017

https://www.coimbraprotocol.com/ ENGLISH
http://coimbraprotokoll.de/ GERMAN

English website is divided into

The Protocol
General Information
Book & Videos
Testimonials

Sample portions of protocol section

Some of the tests required by the protocol include, but are not limited to:
​PTH
24H Calciuria
B12 vitamin
25(OH)D3
Total and Ionized Calcium
Urea and Creatinine
Albumin
Ferritin
Serum Phosphate
24H Phosphaturia
TSH and ST4
Bone Densitometry
What is the recommended diet for the Coimbra Protocol?
The diet restrictions are related exclusively to the amount of calcium the foods contain. Dairy and calcium enriched foods must be avoided, nuts should be consumed in moderation. Again, every patient is different, so the test results will ultimately determine if the diet is being correctly followed or if more restrictions are needed. Also, patients need to drink 2.5 L of liquids a day, to ensure that the kidneys will be able to eliminate excess calcium without difficulty.
What other supplements are part of the Coimbra Protocol?
Recommended supplements can vary from physician to physician.
Some of the supplements prescribed include, but are not limited to:
Magnesium (Glycinate, Malate, Citrate, etc.)
Magnesium Chloride
Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin
Omega 3
B12 vitamin
Chromium Picolinate
Selenium
Choline
CoQ10


See also VitaminDWiki

Overview MS and vitamin D
Multiple Sclerosis and (lots of) Vitamin D - book by patient on Coimbra protocol - Feb 2016 contains Facebook Groups

Facebook pages on Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis (original list)

From list on Google Drives
English

Brazilian/Portuguese

German

Spanish

French

Italian

Romanian

Greek

Western Balkan countries, Croatia and Slovenia 7,000 members at end of March 2017

Slovene

Macedonian

Lithuanian

Norwegian

Serbian:

Russian added Feb 2017

Some Facebook pages on just Vitamin D

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