New Research on Vitamin D

Everyone knows Vitamin D is used by the body to absorb calcium for bones and teeth. For this to happen the nuclear receptors in the intestines and bones absorb the calcium and deposit it in the bone.

The scientists have now discovered that Vitamin D receptors are in all body tissues and therefore there are a multitude of effects as a result of this very amazing vitamin.

Every tissue in the body stores Vitamin D and has the enzymatic machinery to activate it on the spot. Once activated, the Vitamin D interacts with the nuclear receptors of the cells to regulate aberrant cell growth and proliferation (that’s cancer!)

Vitamin D is at the core of our biochemical make-up because it has control over cellular function.

Therefore Vitamin D can:

  • improve fertility
  • reduce chronic inflammation
  • help control weight
  • protect against infectious diseases
  • prevent stroke
  • prevent neurological disorders (including dementia)
  • bolster immune response
  • boost mental cognition
  • modulate heart function
  • and support muscle strength

Chronic Degenerative Disease Chronic degenerative diseases make up 90% of deaths excluding accidents. So if you want to ward off:

  • heart disease and hypertension
  • cancer
  • diabetes
  • bacterial and viral infections (flu)
  • multiple sclerosis
  • obesity
  • dementia and depression and insomnia
  • osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • osteoporosis and osteomalacia
  • fibromyalgia and muscle weakness
  • and psoriasis
take Vitamin D supplements.

Vitamin D is the single most important defensive nutrient you can take to ward off disease. Cancer and Vitamin D

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