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Vitamin D for MS is becoming mainstream

Wednesday February 22, 2012

Many Clinical Trials now using 10,000 IU of vitamin D to TREAT MS

Australia Feb 2012,    Germany Feb 2012,    July 2011,     May 2011 injection,   April 2010

MS and Vitamin D

Be careful when increasing vitamin D

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    • Probability of adverse reaction when increasing Vitamin D (rough guess)
    • Calcium too much
    • Magnesium: too little
    • Vitamin D in blood (nanograms/ml)

MS is in a vicious cycle with vitamin D:

Low vitamin D ==>MS ==> lower vitamin D ==> many more vitamin D deficiency diseases


CLICK HERE for more about deficiencies and vicious cycles

Exponential increase in Vitamin D publications

see wikipage: http://www.vitamindwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page_id=2421

But - UV might be even better than Vitamin D

Can use both UV and Vitamin D (unless you are in a Vitamin D clinical trial)

Vitamin D PREVENTS many diseases and TREATS some (such as MS)

Many clinical trials have proven the power of vitamin D to treat 35 diseases, including MS

Notice that the 10,000 IU needed for MS = the amount on the following chart

IoM and Endocine recommendations graph

CLICK HERE for world-wide Vitamin D recommendations: both US and nanograms

This graph shows that in 2010 that vitamin D levels > 40 ng PREVENTED Multiple Sclerosis

Disease Incidence chart Lahore
CLICK HERE for larger image and more charts of disease incidence

FACT: At least some MS is associated with a gene variant

FACT: People with MS need higher levels of vitamin D to treat the symptoms

SPECULATION: Those people with the gene variant need higher levels of vitamin D in the blood to prevent/treat MS

See also VitaminDWiki