vitamin D in the news again
Heard this on the radio this morning.
More good publicity for vitamin D. search on diabetes babies vitamin D.
Where their is smoke their is fire. they say.
It was suggested on this forum that vitamin d is not backed up by evidence and science for us colorectal.
I quoted 75% reduction in recurrance rate according to research that I accepted.
I am still comfortable with that figure and ask what harm if no documented harm.
The evidence I have read is enough for me. Just search on vitamin D and colorectal cancer.
You can also search on this board and get a range of opinions.
Been posting a bit lately as I will be away for 3 weeks camping in a couple of days.
I wanted to bring to everyones awareness that vitamin clearly has many health benefits, many scientists and doctors see enormous value in it. I am on 10000IU most days, 5000 morning and 5000 evening.
We are all playing the game of life. I have placed many bets down and am still betting.
I am justing explaining the current news and my belief, please make your own mindup and discuss with your doctors and advisors.
Medical experts want all pregnant women tested for vitamin D deficiency with latest research revealing a link between low levels and gestational diabetes.
The research, which was published in the Medical Journal of Australia, found pregnant women with gestational diabetes were likely to have low Vitamin D levels, putting their babies at risk of bone weakness.
Vitamin D has long been associated with bone health, but a growing body of research has found it to be protective against many diseases common in adults, including heart disease and certain cancers.
There are also suggestions that vitamin D deficiency increases the risk for respiratory infection and type 1 diabetes in children.
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