Thursday, October 23, 2014

Supplements and Vitamins

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Theories exist vitamins and supplements can be used to help treatment MS, including that Vitamin D levels can be tied to MS.  Other vitamins and supplements that could be used to help treat MS include linoleic acid, bromelain, trypsin, papain and rutin.  Antioxidants, and gingko have also been used to potentially help treat MS.

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During winter months when the skies are gray and the ground is wet, our bodies do not have as much opportunity to transform sunlight into vitamin D.  During summer months, our exposed skin works to transform sunshine into the hormone we know as vitamin D.  20 minutes of full-body UV-B sun exposure for a light-skinned person produces at…

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Cathy, Health Guide, commented on Vitamin D Supplementation, MS Patients… Thank you for your response and idea about the Gel, Lisa.  I WILL…

01/12/12

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Boo, Community Member, commented on Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis: Where… Have you tried taking your vitamins via isotonix's? We just had a…

10/13/11

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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide, answered should you not have a beer or two with… In general, it is never a good idea to drink alcohol when you take your…

12/04/10

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Lisa Emrich, Health Guide, posted Medications for MS: What’s the… Four of the seven currently available disease-modifying MS drugs are often…

12/01/10

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