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How well do we know Vitamin D? This is a good question for the estimated one billion people worlwide who are deficient in Vitamin D.

I guess not a lot of people know much about the myriad of benefits that can be derived from Vitamin D aside from its being good for bone health and rickets, as we learned from our early school days. That's why it is being hailed now as the wonder vitamin. 

Actually, it's a hormone, not a vitamin. Just one of the errors peddled to us by mainstream medicine, proof that it can be wrong on so many issues affecting our life and health.

A recent study by a team from the Functional Genomics Unit of Oxford University published just three months ago, found that more than 200 genes in our body are directly affected by Vitamin D, showing the wide range of influence it wields on our general health. Evidence from the study suggest  that deficiency may increase a person's susceptibility to autoimmune diseases like type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, leukemia and colorectal cancers, and possibly dementia.

Above findings are in addition to other earlier studies which also found Vitamin D to dramatically reduce the risks of cancer, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Observe in the results of the studies that almost all major and chronic ailments can be aggravated by Vitamin D deficiency.

That's not all. Another study, this time by scientists from the National Institute for Health and Welfare of Helsinski, Finland, and published in the Archives of Neurology last July, found that high levels of Vitamin D lowers the risk of developing Parkinson's disease by a whopping 67%. 

The best source of Vitamin D is the free sunshine. If you want to supplement with food sources, take at least 2,000 I.U. daily. 

Here's what's recommended;

  • Cod liver oil
  • Herring
  • Catfish
  • Salmon, cooked
  • Mackerel, cooked
  • Sardines, canned in oil, drained
  • Tuna, canned in oil
  • Eel, cooked
  • Pork spare ribs
  • Beef liver, pan-fried
  • Egg, whole

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