Vitamin D and its Effects on Multiple Sclerosis

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According to a recent study by the University of Edinburgh, a sunny holiday abroad may help tackle Scotland’s vitamin D deficiency.

If so, what impact does vitamin D have on the human body and on multiple sclerosis?

In this video by OMSispossible, learn more about how vitamin D is important to the body, including multiple sclerosis patients.

But can vitamin D prevent MS or keep symptoms from worsening? Find out here.

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