Leonard wrote:I also think that it is precisely these sort of things that are important for general vascular health and – I hope – in good time for the recovery from MS. Because general vascular health improves, because the endothelium even in the finest capillaries and lymphatic system improves, receptor functioning will improves, nutritional and transcription processes will strenghten and…
I think it is the metabolic balance that is lost in MS.
Insulin is one part of the broader picture..
Proper gut functioning is central to restore health...
Anonymoose wrote:I'm working on the theory that things don't have to be that complicated to be complicated. Do we really need to blame multiple causes if one irregularity can cause so much fallout? Just a theory. . I'm interested in your thoughts on the stress-raas-klotho-everything else implications in MS.
Anonymoose wrote:Hi Leonard,
I was wondering how these stress-related studies fall into your theory. Stress, via stimulation of raas, can negatively impact klotho production which can result in vitamin d deficiency. Inversely, vitamin d increases klotho by reducing raas activity. Your response on the stress thread made me wonder but I thought I'd ask here so you could keep a cohesive line of thinking in one spot.
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