The Vitamin D Deficiency Factor in:
Autoimmune Diseases, Cancer, Heart Disease,
and Much More!
#1 Best Source of Vitamin D3 – for FREE – Revealed!
Plus Dangers of Overdosing on Vitamin D
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There is probably a reason you have never been told the straight truth about one of the most natural, potent, yet overlooked healing nutrients in the world. The fact is that many medical groups and product manufacturers have spent billions over the past 30 years convincing you to avoid this “nutrient” by trying (and succeeding) to scare you into thinking it causes cancer.
Regular sun exposure, without sunscreen and without getting burned, may be the secret health boost you’ve been looking for.
The truth is actually far different than many public health agencies and sunscreen manufacturers would have you believe.
Are you open to letting nature take its course to heal and improve your health?
There’s strong clinical evidence proving that this “natural nutrient” actually prevents and helps fight an astounding number of serious diseases, including:
- Prostate cancer
- Breast cancer
- Gum disease
Are you curious what this “nutrient” is? We’ll give you some clues:
It’s known to move at the speed of light. You can feel it on your skin (it feels warm), yet you can’t touch it. Without it, there would be no life whatsoever on our planet. And best of all it’s FREE (it can’t be patented or sold for profit).
What is it?
Why is Vitamin D so Important?
Vitamin D, which is actually not a vitamin but a secosteroid hormone, targets over 2,000 genes in your body; this is about 10 percent of the entire human genome! According to the Vitamin D Council:
“Current research has implicated vitamin D deficiency as a major factor in the pathology of at least 17 varieties of cancer as well as heart disease, stroke, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, depression, chronic pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, muscle weakness, muscle wasting, birth defects, periodontal disease, and more.”
New research conducted by researchers at the State University of New York at Albany have even found that a potent form of vitamin D works to kill breast cancer cells.
“What happens is that vitamin D enters the cells and triggers the cell death process,” researcher Dr. JoEllen Welsh said in an ABC News article. Further, when breast cancer cells were injected into mice, then treated with vitamin D, tumors shrank by an average of 50 percent, and some disappeared altogether. The results were similar with other types of tumors as well, including colon and prostate.
A recent study by researchers at Warwick Medical School also demonstrated the importance of vitamin D for preventing heart disease, diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Among the middle aged and elderly, those with high vitamin D levels had a 43 percent lower risk of heart disease or diabetes.
Ask most dermatologists in the United States, and they will tell you to faithfully apply sunscreen of a high SPF daily in order to protect your skin from the sun. This mantra has been recited by physicians and public health agencies to such a high degree that many Americans are now sun-phobic and either shun the sun entirely or only go out when well protected with sunscreen or sunblock.
The problem with this advice is that when you wear sunscreen, it blocks your ability to produce vitamin D in your skin.
“Vitamin D is important to overall health. People need to be aware that sunscreen, even at SPF15, blocks more than 90 percent of the sun’s rays used to produce this vital vitamin,” Dr. Michael Holick, MD, PhD of Boston University, said in a PRNewswire article.
But as you might suspect, 64 percent of Americans are unaware that sunscreen limits your body’s ability to produce this vital nutrient, according to a survey conducted by WELLESSE.
Now, as a result of public health campaigns and sunscreen advertising success, the majority of Americans are deficient in vitamin D.
How Many are Vitamin D Deficient, and What are the Risks?
Most people in the United States are vitamin D deficient, a health risk that has only recently been uncovered. In fact, a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that 75 percent of U.S. teens and adults are deficient in vitamin D.
The numbers could be even higher, however, as researchers used 30 nanograms per milliliter or more of vitamin D as the cut-off for healthy levels. Some experts, including the Vitamin D council, believe vitamin D deficiency may occur at below 50 ng/mL — a detail that would put many more at risk. They explain: