Archives For Vitamin D Deficiency

iStock_000006391407XSmallMany factors contribute to Cancer, but the key catalyst (even the underlying engine) is one of many Viruses, particularly CMV, but also VZV, Epstein Barr as well as other Viruses SV-40, BK, JCV and HPV. Each cancer in our body has one to many viruses associated with it. Some key ones are HPV – Human Papilloma Virus causes Cervical, Anal, Mouth, Throat, Lung, Vaginal and Penile Cancers. Epstein Barr causes Lymphoma, JC Polyoma Virus causes Colon Cancer. Epstein Barr, HPV & CMV have all been associated with Breast Cancer, thus one reason for it’s prevalence. Now down to kids Cancer, Medulloblastoma Neuroblastoma and it’s 99% terminal twin cancer Glioblastoma. For these cancers its mainly CMV (Human Cytomegalovirus), though other viruses like SV-40, JC and BK are also capable and have been found in these tumors.

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Vitamin D

Starting off, Vitamin D is not a Vitamin, long time ago mis-namer. It’s actually a Pro-Hormone – a precursor building block to hormones and it’s unbelievably important. It acts as a molecular switch activating at least 200 target genes in our bodies, thereby regulating gene expression. And many of these are the ON switches for our immune system! I only wish I knew then, what I know now.

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D

Vitamin D3 Deficiency – A Global Perspective

“Higher serum levels of the main circulating form of vitamin D…, are associated with substantially lower incidence rates of colon, breast, ovarian, renal, pancreatic, aggressive prostate and other cancers.”

 

Vitamin D

Vitamin D

Use of Vitamin D3 In Clinical Practice

“Vitamin D significantly reduces all-cause mortality”

“Not only are such deficiencies common, and probably the rule, vitamin D deficiency is implicated in most of the diseases of civilization. ”

Vitamin D Deficiency

December 20, 2012 — 1 Comment

 

Vitamin D

Vitamin D

Vitamin D Deficiency

“Vitamin D deficiency is now recognized as a pandemic.

It has been suggested that adults with a Vitamin D3 level of < 50 nmol/L who were then followed for up to 19 years had a 30–50% increased risk of developing colorectal, breast, prostate, and many other cancers ”