http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20170394The underestimated problem of using serum magnesium measurements to exclude magnesium deficiency in adults; a health warning is needed for "normal" results.
Here is a recent paper from BNAC which looked at sunlight exposure and brain volume on MRI in people with MS. They did not look at NO--but Dr. Weller is proposing a new study to do just that. This is all new research....
Increased summer sun exposure was associated with increased grey matter volume (GMV, r(p)=0.16, p=0.019) and whole brain volume (WBV, r(p)=0.20, p=0.004) after correcting for Extended Disability Status Scale in the MS group. Inclusion of 25-hydroxy vitamin D3 levels did not substantially affect the positive associations of sun exposure with WBV (r(p)=0.18, p=0.003) and GMV (r(p)=0.14, p=0.026) in the MS group.
Sun exposure may have direct effects on MRI measures of neurodegeneration in MS, independently of vitamin D.
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