By analogy, multiple sclerosis is like an oil painting of a person on a canvas, a portrait. As you know, a portrait is made of a canvas, different colors and shades of colors, different pigments, background, foreground, and the painter.
Your genes, gender, and geography is the canvas on which the portrait of MS is painted.
The colors and pigments used to make the MS portrait are the things in the environment that you come into contact with from day to day. These may be water, air, and soil pollutants, toxins such as lead, mercury, cadmium, dioxin, and cigarette smoke, to name a few.
Of Course, there is the all-important background of the portrait and the frame in which it sits. With MS, the background may be either one or a combination of viruses (Epstein-Barr, herpes, measles, mumps, etc) that you constantly deal with.
The frame or foreground in which the unwanted MS portrait sits is an insufficient level of Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and stress.
The painter, of course, is you. Now, what can you do to change the MS portrait to your liking?
You can start changing the MS portrait by Taking from 5,000 I U up to 10,000 I U of Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) every day and reducing the stress in your life through meditation, yoga, church, exercise, and “fun-club” participation.
To Your Health,
Dr. Rudy Cartwright
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