People who spend more time in the sun and those with higher vitamin D levels may be less likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study published in the February 8, 2011, print issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

This should be intuitively obvious – but it seems to escape most medical practitioners. Sunshine converts our cholesterol into vitamin D. Vitamin D is highly benefiaial for the balanced functioning of our nervous system. Studies prove it, but they shouldn’t be necessary because we already know how this all works together – sunshine, vitamin D, cholesterol, neervous system, multiple sclerosis.

  • Did you catch the secret hiding in the above?
  • Did you notice that we MAKE vitamin D from our CHOLESTEROL. Is it possible that lowering cholesterol levels with drugs might be contributing to the increase in cases of multiple sclerosis?
  • Is the same mechanism behind other neurologic disorders, like Parkinson’s, or Alzheimer’s?
  • Is it likely that we can lower our cholesterol TOO MUCH?
  • Do we really have a “statin deficiency”?