MS and Vitamin D and potassium deficiency

by Bettyanne

Can the deficiency of vitamin D and Potassium be caused by a MS flair up. myelin being attacked ?

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You've got it backwards
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Bettyanne,

You've got things backwards. You don't have vitamin d deficiency and other vitamin deficiencies from MS, you have MS because you have vitamin d deficiency and other vitamin deficiencies.

Please see my page on MS and Vitamin D.

Also, please see my page on Normal Potassium Levels to understand that your low potassium level is caused by a low MAGNESIUM level. You DO have a magnesium deficiency.

Then onto your diet. If you are still eating processed foods, gluten, vegetable oils, etc. you REALLY REALLY need to get the book The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles. It was written by a medical doctor who reversed her own MS after having traditional medicine fail her, leaving her completely disabled despite doing all of the 'cutting edge' medical treatments. Follow the instructions in it. If you ever hope to improve your MS symptoms (and you absolutely can), then you need to eat VERY different than what you are likely eating right now.

Kerri Knox, RN

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