Vitamin D rich diet

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While many people turn to pharmaceuticals or nutrient-rich herbs to treat multiple sclerosis, research has also shown a clear link between vitamin D deficiency and the prevalence of multiple sclerosis. The best way for you to increase your vitamin D levels is to step outside and get some sunshine. Specialized cells beneath our skin use sunlight to generate vitamin D, which is used by the body for many different purposes, including stimulating bone growth, preventing inflammation, and lowering the occurrence rates of numerous chronic diseases – including MS. Protection Status
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