Saturday, October 9, 2010

Vitamin D Fights Cancer

Vitamin D can reduce cancer risk by 50%, according to This miracle vitamin battles cancer by assisting with proper gene expression for more than 3,000
individual genes.
According to a study published in Genome Research, Vitamin D regulates genes which provide protection against many forms of cancer and autoimmune diseases. Vitamin D specifically binds with these genes to provide a protective shield which dramatically reduces our risk of disease. Vitamin D also acts as a master blueprint for cellular replication, guiding the DNA strands with instructions to accurately divide during mitosis and provides critical guidance to prevent cellular proliferation, a hallmark of cancer metastasis. (

However, approximately 85% of the population is Vitamin D deficient.
Simple blood tests can easily reveal your Vitamin D levels. If you are
Vitamin D deficient, sunlight and multivitamins are minor sources of
Vitamin D, but suggests an oil-based gelcap form
of Vitamin D instead.

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