Although a single cause of MS has not been identified, there is growing evidence thatvitamin D deficiency plays a role. Vitamin D supplementation is a safe and potentially beneficial treatment. But there are fewer data to support other dietary supplements. Nor, contrary to some claims, is there convincing evidence that a diet rich in polyunsaturated fats, omega fatty acids and multivitamins has an impact on disease progression or relapse rate, McCoyd wrote.
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