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Cut Cancer Risk 50%--With Vitamin D!

Updated on October 8, 2015

The New "In-Vogue" Vitamin

Vitamin D is the new “in vogue” vitamin, coming to the attention of a myriad of researchers, who have discovered its miraculous properties.

The body generates Vitamin D by sunlight. The more sun you get, the more Vitamin D your body produces, but we also know what doctors say about getting too much sun: It’s dangerous when it comes to developing maladies like skin cancer. For that reason, most of us suffer from dangerously low Vitamin D levels.  

The Wonders of Vitamin D

Researchers became aware of the problem (low Vitamin D levels) when they discovered that people who lived in the Northern hemispheres developed more cancers than those who lived in Southern hemispheres.

We now know that optimum levels of Vitamin D can cut cancer risk by 50%. Studies in elderly folks found that they fell less and were less frail when their Vitamin D levels were high. Life Extension Foundation found that people in winter developed more infections because of decreased Vitamin D levels caused by a reduction in sunlight. This deficiency impaired the immune system.

The Madam Aphrodite Solution

Get a simple blood test to determine your Vitamin D levels; ask your doctor. Optimal levels should be: 30-50 ng/mL.

Supplementing with Vitamin D is the way to get this valuable vitamin without spending hours in the sun, turning your body into one, big potato chip! And Vitamin D is downright cheap!

CAUTION: The information included herein is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan.


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