Vitamin D deficiency directly linked to your risk for cancer
|Vitamin D deficiency directly linked to your risk for cancer||Darrell Miller||01/05/19|
January 05, 2019 10:12 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Vitamin D deficiency directly linked to your risk for cancer
The Institute of Medicine has historically recommended the average individual taking in 20 ng/mL of vitamin D each day, but now studies are showing that this may be much lower than what our daily intake should consist of. Researchers at UC San Diego recently preformed a case study that showed patients who took in 48 ng/mL of vitamin D each day were shown to reduce their cancer risk by up to 67%. These staggering results show that the Institute of Medicine may have to redetermine their daily guidelines.
- Researchers have published the results of some studies that shows that optimal levels of Vitamin D, like 48 ng/mL, can lower one’s risk of having cancer.
- The institute of medicine has been recommending a level of 20 ng/mL for years but this study found that it was not close to the optimal.
- In fact, higher levels of sun exposure in one’s lifetime, as seen in southern latitudes, reduce one’s risk of having breast cancer.
"You might be making a conscious effort to consume more superfoods and get more exercise, but are you keeping tabs on your vitamin D levels?"
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-26-vitamin-d-deficiency-directly-linked-risk-for-cancer.html