According to research, a deficiency in Vitamin D has lead blacks to be more at risk for several health concerns, including multiple sclerosis.
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Vitamin D is created by ultraviolet rays from the sunlight when it strikes the skin. Since a black person’s darker skin pigments act as a filter of the ultraviolet, the amount of the Vitamin D that can be produced is limited. However, blacks should not contribute to the lack of vitamin D by avoiding the sunlight.