The research is piling up…
A vitamin that nearly ALL OF US are deficient in—especially seniors—is an all-star in the fight against cancer.
And now a groundbreaking, extensive study sheds light on this “miracle” vitamin.
Folks, eAlmost always, food should be the first way you try to get the nutrients you need for a healthy life.
Sometimes, that’s just not possible and you need a supplement. For some, taking another pill is just one too many. So I get asked if there’s another option… a liquid… a shot… just anything that doesn’t have to be swallowed with food or water.
For those of you like this, I have exciting news for you because researchers have just uncovered a way to help you live longer if you have cancer… and you don’t have to go to a doctor for it or even pay a single, thin dime.
And even if you don’t have cancer, you still need this miracle vitaminit’s time to make sure you’re getting enough of it in your body….
Decrease your chances of dyingUp your health with a humble vitamin
Any time you can decrease the risk of dying prematurely, it’s worth noting in my book.
But this proves to be even more noteworthy than normal.…
Researchers evaluated the records of 79,000 cancer patients involved in solidwell-back, scientific studies that lasted at least three years.
And wWithout a single shred of doubt in their minds, the researchers proclaimed were able to proclaim that vitamin D prolongs life the life ofin cancer patients compared to placebo.
Not only that, it mitigates the nasty side effects of mainstream treatments like chemotherapy, vastly improving quality of life!
NowOf course, even if you don’t have cancer, you’ll want to get a good dose of vitamin D anyway.…
It can prevent cancer, boost your immune system, and even help prevent cancermore.
Even better, you can get it directly from the sun. Unfortunately, aYet, a study reveals 42 percent of Americans are deficient. (I actually believe the numbers are more stark than that, and I KNOW they are when it comes to seniors.)
Now, the. Though, I believe the numbers are much greater.
How much vitamin D do you need?
The Institute of Medicine believes 800 IU for people 70 and older is sufficient. They think this is the magic number that can prolong your life, but THEY’RE WRONG.
800 That amountIU may be enough for people who get plenty of sunshine and are able to easily create vitamin D, but studies show that seniors may need as much as 5,000 IU of vitamin D!
This obviously throws the 42 percent mentioned above right out the window; in fact, o. One ne study found that as much many as two-thirds of elderly women are vitamin D deficient!.
There are two primary reasons you might be vitamin D deficient.:
1) Sun exposure
Your ability to get vitamin D from the sun depends on the time of year, amount of skin exposed, and even how close you are to the equator. If it’s not summer and you don’t go outside between 11 am and 3 pm every day, it’s safe to assume you’re deficient.
2) Lack of foodsDiet
There are only a few foods with any amount of vitamin D in them — fatty fish, dairy, and eggs. You simply can’t get enough from your diet alone.
Plus, as you age, it gets even more difficult for you to get vitamin D.
So how are you supposed to get enough?
Well, the first step is getting out in the sun. Only stay outside until your skin turns the lightest shade of pink. That’s a sure sign your body has had its fill of vitamin D for the day, and you won’t suffer skin damage (which has its own set of risks).
If you absolutely can’t stomach another pill, there are vitamin D sprays you can find. However, vitamin D pills are some of the smallest and cheapest in existence. I’ve found that even the people that have difficulty swallowing pills can manage them.
In the winter months, I recommend you take 5,000 IU of vitamin D. If you’re getting plenty of sun exposure, you should be safe taking 2,000 IU every day.
However, it’s best to work with your doctor to find the optimal amount for you. Your doctor can give you the 25(OH) vitamin D test that will tell you what your levels are. Studies suggest you need as much as 75 nmol/L.
And for cancer patients, intravenous vitamin C (IVC) can be extremely beneficial…
The method has If you still want another option, intravenous vitamin C has been shown to shrink tumors and virtually eliminate the side effects of chemotherapy.
Since it’s a shot, tThere’s no swallowing required — just a trip to your holisticfavorite doctor.