Virus partly responsible for multiple sclerosis?
Dear friends of chronic health,
in a recent article in SCIENCE , ( group led by Alberto Ascherio from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston) an analysis of the data of ten million members of the US military is described.
The scientists investigated the extent to which the Eppstein-Barr virus could be involved in 801 people who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis during the study period. Antibodies to the EBV virus could be detected in all of them (except one person).
As you know, MS is an inflammatory disease that can occur in phases and which, unfortunately, is said to be nothing you can do for people.
This study makes me confident THAT we can do something: reduce inflammation, or keep the level of inflammation low.
Again, it's about strengthening our immune system and supplying it with the vital substances that help it to keep inflammation in check.
By supporting the ingredients of blueantox® , we can also make a significant contribution to giving our immune system the strength and energy it needs to be able to take action against invading viruses.
I sincerely wish you a chronically healthy week
Yours and yours Jutta Suffner