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Why doesn't Argentina have a high incidence of MS?

PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2020 5:17 pm
by Camaban
Considering its location, they should at least have a moderate incidence.

Especially considering their beef intake. Looking at this map South America in general seems relatively MS-free - is it just because less is reported, or because the environment is less polluted, ore is organic?


Another anomoloy is Portugal and Spain - why is the country with the highest sunlight exposure (spain) extremely high, and yet surrounds a country that is moderate (portugal) for ms diagnosis?

I think there is more to the prevelance of MS than we're being led to beleive.

PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2020 7:29 pm
by Camaban
Diet must play a part, most of the countries who suffer from more diagnoses are western countries.

I believe that sun and Vit-D intake plays a part, but I'm now convinced that diet is the most important factor.