Link between low levels of Vitamin D and risk of MS ever stronger

A new study has underlined the value of vitamin D in the fight against multiple sclerosis. People with low levels of vitamin D are at greater risk than others of developing MS, a new study shows. The study looked at stored blood samples of 800,000 pregnant Finnish women. Vitamin levels of 1,092 women, who were … Continue reading Link between low levels of Vitamin D and risk of MS ever stronger

Coimbra’s high dose vitamin D treatment for MS and other autoimmune diseases works, say patients

I have written before about vitamin D and autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis. What’s more, I take a daily supplement of 5,000 IU (international units) of vitamin D3. That started when I was found to be deficient in the vitamin last October. D3 is the main element, one of many, in an MS treatment protocol … Continue reading Coimbra’s high dose vitamin D treatment for MS and other autoimmune diseases works, say patients

Heeding Advice About Vitamin D Supplement Results in Improvements

 So, I’m four weeks on from starting to take vitamin D supplement. How’s it going? To be honest, I did not expect much. How could a vitamin make any difference to the multiple sclerosis symptoms that are so much part of my life? What affect could vitamin D have? I would not have started taking the … Continue reading Heeding Advice About Vitamin D Supplement Results in Improvements