Leonard wrote:the players of the Canadian national icehockey team were all born in February. Icehockey is a physically very heavy sports. Why is that? Because their mothers had maximum vitamin D in their blood during the phase of main cellular growth of the fetus... it will influence the chances to get MS too, regardless what these people say. you don't even have to study it, if you understand the underlying mechanisms, you may infer ....
wow, never thought i would talk hockey on an MS board.
in my opinion, a hockey star has nothing to do with Vitamin D. it has to do with hour after hour after hour of playing hockey as a little kid.
the best player ever (Gretzky) was born in Jan. Lemieux was Oct and Sydney was Aug.
this reminds me of a study done years ago that my mother swore by. It clearly showed that eating a bran muffin everyday for breakfast lowered your colesterol. my poor Dad had to suffer thru a muffin a day for a long time.
some time later they concluded it wasn't the bran that was lowering the colesterol. It was the fact that the person was no longer eating bacon and eggs for breakfast that lowered their colesterol.