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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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Can Capsaicin in Chili Peppers Help Beat Cancer?

16 Jan 2017 | 38,162 Views

The American Cancer Society estimates there will be three new diagnoses of cancer and one death every minute in 2017. Recent research has demonstrated a substance found in a specific pepper may help kill cancer cells. I'll give you more strategies to help prevent the growth of abnormal cells.

How to Develop a New Gut for the New Year

09 Jan 2017 | 49,925 Views

Gut health is important to reduce the inflammatory response in your body, improve your health, reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome and improve weight loss efforts. Researchers have found two specific strategies you may use to make the process easier.

Optimizing Omega-3 and Vitamin D During Pregnancy May Reduce Asthma in Your Child

09 Jan 2017 | 17,973 Views

Ensuring proper levels of omega-3 and vitamin D during pregnancy may help reduce the potential your child will suffer from asthma or persistent wheezing. However, not all omega-3 supplements are the same. I’ll tell you which supplements work best and how to incorporate vitamin D to get the best results.

Vitamin D Deficiency During Pregnancy Raises Your Child’s Risk for Autism

28 Dec 2016 | 119,660 Views

Research has shown that a deficiency in this nutrient during pregnancy is associated with an increase in autism-related traits. Additionally, this nutrient helps regulate the conversation of tryptophan into serotonin, which is crucial during fetal brain development and when this essential nutrient is lacking, the result can be potential neurological defects.

Sunshine and Spice Is Everything Nice for Treating Psoriasis

14 Dec 2016 | 33,752 Views

Approximately 7.5 million Americans suffer from this skin condition that cost nearly $112 billion in 2013. While the pharmaceutical industry would like you to believe they have the only logical treatment, you'll likely find greater long-term improvement with less side effects using items from in your kitchen.

Insufficient Sun Exposure Is Declared a Public Health Emergency

05 Dec 2016 | 33,814 Views

Many public health initiatives are aimed at reducing the top 10 leading causes of death in the US. However, you may be overlooking this one small change to your daily activities that may significantly reduce your risk and improve your overall health.

How Sunlight Affects Your Mental Health

01 Dec 2016 | 168,611 Views

And especially this time of year, that finding takes on even more significance. Confirmed by this recent study of healthy young women who actually developed clinically significant depressive symptoms with low levels of this nutrient, it's an important take-home message for anyone feeling blue this time of year or anytime.

Vitamin D Prevents Infections and Slashes Cancer Risk

28 Nov 2016 | 42,178 Views

New research shows that vitamin D is even more crucial than first thought. Scientists already knew a 'D' deficiency could trigger macular degeneration, bowel diseases and multiple sclerosis. Findings now suggest it can cut the risk of respiratory illnesses in the elderly and also drastically reduce incidences of both breast and prostate cancers.

Craving Ice? You Could Have an Iron Deficiency

05 Nov 2016 | 27,816 Views

You may have thought craving this wasn’t dangerous, or couldn’t cause problems to your health. However, with increased consumption comes a risk of damage to your teeth and gums. If the underlying problem is not corrected it could also lead to heart failure, and may be linked to a vitamin D deficiency.

Would You Like Some Food With Your Plasticizers?

19 Oct 2016 | 45,364 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.

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