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New Campaign Aims to Resolve Vitamin D Deficiency Among Pregnant Women and Children

08 Jun 2015 | 647,044 Views

Now the most under-diagnosed and under-treated nutritional deficiency in the world, this nutrient is essential for helping to prevent cancer and chronic disease. Up to half of those found to be low showed no symptoms, yet up to 9 in 10 back or muscle pain sufferers were low.

Vitamins That Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer

25 May 2015 | 257,111 Views

Offers unique protection for those prone to certain skin cancers, slashing recurrence a remarkable 23%. Scientists think it helps repair DNA damage and bolsters your immune system. But a simple caveat: don't make this mistake that can vaporize all your rewards.

The Real RDA for Vitamin D Is 10 Times Higher Than Currently Recommended

10 May 2015 | 273,616 Views

So-called experts warn against taking too much vitamin D because you don't excrete it in your urine like some other vitamins. Important for helping to protect against and treat cancer and heart disease, your need for vitamin D may be far greater than you've been told.

The Healing Power of Light - Alexander Wunsch

22 Mar 2015 | 315,893 Views

This doctor says yes - in fact, pre-antibiotics, it was used to treat tuberculosis, rickets, and other diseases. Please don't ignore this. If you do, you're almost certain to end up with health problems...

Low Vitamin D in Childhood Linked to Heart Risks Later in Life, and Raises Adults’ Risk of Severe Stroke and Cancer

23 Feb 2015 | 238,774 Views

Compelling evidence in hundreds of epidemiological and 2,500 lab studies suggests that this single vitamin can reduce your risk of death from any cause - reducing heart attacks and stroke, asthma and allergies, cancer, and autoimmune diseases. Bolster yourself with it today.

Simple, Inexpensive Remedies for Seasonal Affective Disorder

14 Feb 2015 | 83,348 Views

Millions of Americans get affected by this disorder each winter, but scientists generally recommend this therapy over Prozac or Zoloft, as it has virtually no side effects and is much cheaper than prescription drugs. I wholeheartedly agree.

Do You Need a Vitamin D Supplement to Maintain Ideal Levels?

01 Feb 2015 | 397,095 Views

With technological advancements, we all think we're smarter today. But your grandparents had a massive health advantage by doing this, which slashed their risk of dozens of diseases. Are you making this mistake?

Vitamin D Deficiency Significantly Raises Your Risk of Cancer and All-Cause Mortality

22 Dec 2014 | 269,815 Views

This researcher believes so, and research shows this nutrient is key to cancer recovery as well. Over 800 medical references show how large enough levels of it can help protect against not just breast cancer, but bladder and colorectal cancers, too.

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Neurological Diseases; Also Raises Risk of Asthma Attacks, and More...

17 Nov 2014 | 281,714 Views

It's long been considered a hopeless disease with few treatment options, with the typical prescription focusing on highly toxic medications. However, research over the past few years suggests it may be improved by this simple, everyday nutrient.

A Vitamin D Expert’s Take on the Latest Warning to Stay Out of the Sun to Avoid Skin Cancer

16 Nov 2014 | 226,133 Views

You've been told to keep away from it, but this Swedish study which followed nearly 30,000 middle aged women for up to twenty years dug up a different truth: the women who avoided it were twice as likely to die over the course of the study. Here are the facts...

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