September 23, 2017

SUPER D – VITAMIN D: The Vitamin D Cure “The Most Important Vitamin – Like No Other”

The Real Story on Vitamin D


Vitamin D: Astonishing Health Benefits
Dr. John Douillard explains how Vitamin D deficiency seriously effects 87% of Americans, it’s role in cancer, autoimmune, heart and immune concerns and more. Learn more about the symptoms and how to increase your levels at


Purity Products – Is 5,000 IU of Vitamin D per Day Too Much?

This is the eighth part of a 15 part Vitamin D series. Dr. John J. Cannell, Executive Director of the Vitamin D Council, sat down with Purity Products. Here he explains why 5,000 IU of vitamin d per day isnt too much.


Vitamin D3: Latest Research

Dr Vikki Petersen giving us the latest research on vitamin D3. Goes over what illnesses and diseases can be caused by a deficiency of vitamin D.
Here is some other information about vitamin D.

The Vitamin D Cure is a breakthrough way to increase your energy, decrease your pain and slim down, using the latest scientific research.

We’ve long known that healthy Vitamin D levels are related to strong bones, but several recent peer-reviewed scientific studies have clearly shown that Vitamin D also decreases our risk of getting overweight and developing high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, cancer, and other health problems.

This book-the only one of its kind-introduces a simple plan to increase Vitamin D levels in the body through simple, individualized supplementation with Vitamin D, carefully increased sun exposure, and exercise. Through its clear and down-to-earth five-step plan, The Vitamin D Cure shows how variations in our diet and activity levels can have a profound impact on our health and well-being. This groundbreaking program provides a broad variety of benefits: readers can increase their energy, lose weight, improve their mood, and reduce their pain.

James E. Dowd, MD, FACR (Brighton, MI) is a clinical associate professor of medicine at Michigan State University and the founder and director of both the Arthritis Institute of Michigan and the Michigan Arthritis Research Center. He has been widely published in the professional literature and has been interviewed on local TV and radio

Vitamin D not flu shots

Another influenza season is beginning, and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will strongly urge Americans to get a flu shot. In fact, the CDC mounts a well-orchestrated campaign each season to generate interest and demand for flu shots.

But a recent study published in the October issue of the Archives of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine found that vaccinating young children against the flu appeared to have no impact on flu-related hospitalizations or doctor visits during two recent flu seasons.

At first glance, the data did suggest that children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years derived some protection from vaccination in these years. But after adjusting for potentially relevant variables, the researchers concluded that “significant influenza vaccine effectiveness could not be demonstrated for any season, age, or setting” examined.

Additionally, a Group Health study found that flu shots do not protect elderly people against developing pneumonia — the primary cause of death resulting as a complication of the flu. Others have questioned whether there is any mortality benefit with influenza vaccination. Vaccination coverage among the elderly increased from 15 percent in 1980 to 65 percent now, but there has been no decrease in deaths from influenza or pneumonia.

There is some evidence that flu shots cause Alzheimers disease, most likely as a result of combining mercury with aluminum and formaldehyde. Mercury in vaccines has also been implicated as a cause of autism.

Three other serious adverse reactions to the flu vaccine are joint inflammation and arthritis, anaphylactic shock (and other life-threatening allergic reactions), and Guillain-Barré syndrome, a paralytic autoimmune disease.

One credible hypothesis that explains the seasonal nature of flu is that influenza is a vitamin D deficiency disease.

Vitamin D levels in your blood fall to their lowest point during flu seasons. Unable to be protected by the bodys own antibiotics (antimicrobial peptides) that are released by vitamin D, a person with a low vitamin D blood level is more vulnerable to contracting colds, influenza, and other respiratory infections.

Studies show that children with rickets, a vitamin D-deficient skeletal disorder, suffer from frequent respiratory infections, and children exposed to sunlight are less likely to get a cold. The increased number of deaths that occur in winter, largely from pneumonia and cardiovascular diseases, are most likely due to vitamin D deficiency.

Unfortunately, now, for the first time, flu vaccination is also being pushed for virtually all children — not just those under 5.

This is a huge change. Previously, flu vaccine was recommended only for youngsters under 5, who can become dangerously ill from influenza. This year, the government is recommending that children from age 6 months to 18 years be vaccinated, expanding inoculations to 30 million more school-age children.

The government argues that while older children seldom get as sick as the younger ones, it’s a bigger population that catches flu at higher rates, so the change should cut missed school, and parents’ missed work when they catch the illness from their children.

Of course, this policy ignores the fact that a systematic review of 51 studies involving 260,000 children age 6 to 23 months found no evidence that the flu vaccine is any more effective than a placebo.

Sources:
LewRockwell.com October 3, 2008
EMS Responder September 9, 2008
WebMD October 6, 2008
Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine October 2008; 162(10):943-51

For more information visit:
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2008/10/21/avoid-flu-shots…
http://www.mercola.com/
http://www.youtube.com/user/mercola


Shocking Update — Sunshine Can Actually Decrease Your Vitamin D Levels (when absorbed through window glass that blocks out the UV-B but allows only harmful UV-A (Ultra Violet Light) through.

As you no doubt know, exposure to sunlight causes vitamin d to be produced in your skin. but it is only a portion of the solar spectrum known as uvb that has this effect. other parts of the solar spectrum can have very different results.