Vitamin D supplementation
Vitamin D Supplementation in Multiple Sclerosis Brief introductionVitamin D is a steroid hormone; it has long been known to be concerned in the regulation of body levels of calcium and phosphorus, and in the mineralization of bone. In recent years it has become clear that Vitamin D receptors are present in numerous cell types. Evidently it has wide-ranging effects in a number of systems. Vitamin D3, or cholecalciferol, is generated in the skin by the action of sunlight on a precursor; it is also taken in the diet.