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My One Hour FREE Vitamin D Lecture to Clear Up All Your Confusion on this Vital Nutrient

I summarize the mountain of recent scientific evidence supporting that understanding how to take advantage of vitamin D is one of the most important physical steps you can take in your health.

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Would You Like Some Food With Your Plasticizers?

19 Oct 2016 | 36,684 Views

These chemicals have been linked to reproductive health issues, male feminization, asthma and numerous other health conditions. Research now links them to low vitamin D levels, affecting your bone, brain and heart health. Use these strategies to reduce your exposure.

Why the Sun Is Necessary for Optimal Health

15 Oct 2016 | 186,699 Views

It was used in ancient Greece and Arabia to control germs and in the 1950s to treat tuberculosis. How has this gone from the go-to healing power to a classified Class 1 carcinogen by the World Health Organization? Are you ready to see the light? This doctor believes it's time...

Can Your Birth Month Affect How Healthy You Are?

12 Sep 2016 | 44,898 Views

Can a baby's health really depend on the month they're born? Science says 'yes' because babies born in winter get less sunlight, so they have a higher risk of a vitamin D deficiency, meaning a greater chance of learning disabilities and an elevated risk of serious disease when they grow up. No wonder there's a movement to raise the US government's currently low vitamin D recommendation.

The Vitamin Deficiency That Can Cause Migraines

08 Sep 2016 | 87,064 Views

More than a bad headache, pain from migraines can be debilitating and cost $20 billion each year in treatment and lost work. You may experience a difference in your migraines by optimizing this vitamin.

Most Everyone Can Use More Vitamin D

08 Aug 2016 | 41,536 Views

Vitamin D, crucial for chronic disease prevention, is best produced through your skin via sunlight. But in areas such as the U.K. and Scandinavia, sun exposure is hard to come by. British health officials recently recommended vitamin D supplementation of at least 10 micrograms (400 IU) daily, which is still far too low to offer therapeutic benefit to most people.

The Relationship Between Vitamin D and Insulin Resistance

29 Jun 2016 | 257,319 Views

But it does far more than just make your bones thin, brittle, soft and misshapen - it influences virtually every cell in your body - and is linked to heart and brain dysfunction, as well as diabetes.

UV Light Provides a Multitude of Health Benefits

16 May 2016 | 264,722 Views

Surprisingly, scientists have discovered a link between these conditions - and overall obesity - with a single vitamin deficiency. In fact, 98 percent of sleep apnea patients were found to be deficient, and the worse the sleep apnea, the greater the deficiency. So easy to correct, check it out now.

Why the Cancer Moonshot Should Be Heading Toward the Sun

09 May 2016 | 246,183 Views

Despite a sophisticated new nanoparticle cancer treatment, Obama's new "Cancer Moonshot" plan is missing the one key ingredient you need to stop invasive cancer. What else do you know that can reduce your risk by a stunning 67 percent? Don't delay a moment longer.

Raising Your Vitamin D Level to 40 ng/ml May Slash Your Cancer Risk by 67 Percent

18 Apr 2016 | 182,519 Views

Men who are diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer tend to have very low levels of this in their blood. Ditto with women with deadly breast cancer, as this nutrient provides the glue-like substance that holds together and protects breast cells. The critical number you need to know.

The Positive Choice Wellness Center Calls Out Sun Avoidance as “Misguided”

04 Apr 2016 | 331,172 Views

Even though it slashes your risk of a specific type of cancer, please don't do it. It stops your body from releasing this compound into your bloodstream, which works wonders for lowering your blood pressure - and boosts your risk of several diseases, which are 80 times more likely.


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