Vitamin D effective in humans for preventing autoimmune diseases

A human study, one of the largest ever conducted, and covering virtually all major autoimmune conditions. Also, the study claims that this is the first intervention trial that looked at effects of vitamin D on developing autoimmune conditions, so the link is causal – i.e. we can now claim that taking vitamin D does prevent … Read more

Blocking PUFA metabolism therapeutic for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

The rates of MS have been steadily rising over the last several decades. While mainstream medicine claims the cause is “unknown”, it is well known that it has an almost perfect inverse association with sunshine exposure, vitamin D levels, aspirin usage, histamine blockers, etc. This suggest an inflammatory cause, which implicates PUFA since the majority … Read more

Thyroid hormone (T3) therapy may treat multiple sclerosis (MS)

A great study, which directly demonstrates that the demyelination seen in this “autoimmune” condition targeting the nervous system is driven by low levels of T3. Conversely, the study also found that administration of either plain T3 or a synthetic analog was able to restore the myelin sheet and ameliorate the disease. As such, MS is … Read more

MS Tied To Glucose Deficiency Due To Endotoxin And Fat, Extra Glucose May Treat It

Just a few days ago I posted the groundbreaking study on metabolic derangement in ALS – i.e. it is a diseased characterized by increased FAO, which wastes glucose. Simply increasing dietary glucose was able to greatly restrain the pathology. Well, hot on the heels of that study is the study below, which found very similar … Read more