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Do Fruits and Vegetables Really Reduce MS Symptoms?

Vitamin D through food sources is important, too

Vitamin D is an important element of any diet that fights against the symptoms of MS. While many know that the vitamin is important in calcium absorption, which leads to strong bones, recent research suggests that the effects could even impact the immune system, leading to a regulation of cell growth and differentiation. At the moment, a clinical trial is taking place that aims to gain a better understanding of the specific role that vitamin D supplementation has in reducing the activity and progression of MS.