Multiple Sclerosis research articles and thoughts
When I started this it was a pretty quick read. Now it is getting a bit long so I have added a bit of a contents list which will jump you to the relevant section if you click on them.
Here at Multiplesupplements.com we get asked a lot about ways people can better manage their bladder dysfunction. With bladder problems occurring in 80% of people with MS we think it’s a good topic to re-discuss. Bladder dysfunction can play such a major part of limiting peoples independence, self esteem, increasing fatigue and reducing longterm health.
The B Group of Vitamins are all water soluble vitamins, meaning they are not stored in the body for later use. This is why it is important to have a diet that necessitates continually replacing Vitamain B so they are available when your body needs them.
Biotin is part of the B-complex group of vitamins which help convert food into fuel. A French Pharmaceutical company is currently running trials on how Biotin effects different symptoms of progressive forms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Different people require different dosages. There have been many studies done with their own take on what dosages of Biotin you should take everyday.
Delayed release capsules are very important. This is because stomach acid can break down Biotin before your body can absorb it.
There are good and bad forms of Biotin. To qualify as pharmaceutical grade, pure Biotin must be greater than 97.5% pure. There are also a lot of other measures it must conform to.
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The Biotin molecule binds to a molecule called Streptavidin very effectively. Due to this, you should stop Biotin at least 5 days before your blood test.
Since using the right Biotin, my Multyiple Sclerosis symptoms feel less pronounced.
Dr Coimbra has been doing work over the past 15 years with Vitamin D in treating immune diseases, in particular Multiple Sclerosis.
Lipoic acid also known as alpha lipoic acid is an organosulfur derived from caprylic acid. Alpha Lipoic Acid is being trialed or use with Multiple Sclerosis.
I've put together some other useful information about recommended intakes for Biotin as well as some information about medical trials.
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