Vitamin ‘D’ Delays The Onset Of Disease

Approximately 80,000 people suffer from multiple sclerosis. By taking some simple precautions, we can delay the onset of disease. Multiple sclerosis is a disease that affects the central nervous system and causing damage motor, sensory and cognitive. It begins, most of the time in early adulthood, around thirty, with a majority of affected women.
A study by researchers at Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark, shows that, the benefit of having a good vitamin D status to delay the onset of disease.

Exposure to sun

To fill vitamin D, the body can be exposed daily to the Eat foods rich in vitamin D, such as cod liver oil, salmon, trout, herring, tuna. sun.

Weight control

Another revelation of this study: the attention to bear its weight.
Indeed, to delay the onset of the disease, we must be careful not to be overweight, because the risk is there, too, to develop the disease between 1.6 years and 3.1 years earlier than those with either average weight, or being underweight.

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