Has anyone been keeping up with research suggesting MS could be related to lack of vitamin D? Since D is made by sunlight on skin, it would fit the stats of more MS in northern climates. Also, I think I've heard people with fish diets, Mediterranean and Asian, have little MS. Fish oil contains A and D. I spent my early adult years avoiding the sun for fear of skin cancer. Wouldn't it be cruelly ironic if that led to MS?
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