lyndacarol, have you tried any light therapy?
it's key to separate the influence of light period, from the influence of vitamin d3. what the uv light is doing for symptoms is possibly related moreso to melatonin and hippocampal neurogenesis than straight vit d3.
http://wolfweb.unr.edu/homepage/vpravos ... memory.htm
ms patients have characteristic hippocampal atrophy, and the eae virus attacks and kills murine hippocampal pyramidal neurons.
so now the question is, does the wavelength matter. thought back to some chats we had about 5 yrs ago, found this tidbit: ...i didn't answer that question about filtering originally, but the answer is yes..)i assume that the exposure is mostly sunlight filtered by windows so in theory no UVB exposure. ... I guess my understanding is that UVB are filtered by glass. Am I right on this?
the dietary tryptophan list looks tasty chicken, soybeans, tuna, turkey, venison, salmon, lamb, halibut, shrimp and cod.
Traditional food resources of indigenous peoples provide a wealth of information on use of unique food species, and their harvest and preparation. Studying the nutrient contents of these food items presents several challenges; for example, adequate sampling to define variability, and conducting multiple nutrient analyses in limited sample portions. In this report, 236 independent samples of Canadian Arctic food species tissues are analyzed for macronutrients (protein, fat, moisture, ash, calculated energy), minerals (Ca, Fe, Cu, Zn, P, Mg, Na, Mn, K, Se) and fatty acids (SFA, MUFA, n-3 PUFA and n-6 PUFA). Many new values are reported for the first time (particularly for Se, K, and PUFA), and other values are compared to earlier reports on similar tissues from our laboratory. Samples were selected as food items reported being frequently used in recent randomly collected food intake survey data over a broad geographical range of Yukon First Nations and Inuit communities.
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