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The potential role of vitamin D in neurological diseases is not entirely clear. However, evidence suggests that low levels of vitamin D may be a risk factor for MS. This article discusses vitamin D and MS and possible causes for a vitamin D deficit. It also provides nutritional recommendations and suggests healthy ways to incorporate vitamin D into your diet.
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