Vitamin D is the “in” or “designer” vitamin these days. Conventional physicians, as well as proponents of natural medicine, all seem to agree we need to take extra vitamin D. Here is another reason why:

Colorectal cancer patients with vitamin D deficiency see worse outcomes

Investigators at Memorial-Sloan Kettering plan to tease out exactly how much vitamin D is enough to improve survival prospects.

Numerous epidemiological studies have strongly suggested that vitamin D has a protective effect against cancer, including breast, prostate, and colon. But the data for these studies were gathered before the cancer diagnosis (see Related Reading below). Researchers at New York’s Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have, for the first time, documented levels at the time of cancer diagnosis.

Read all about it by going to: cancer/vitamin D

Feel good, keep smiling and take some extra vitamin D each and every day! Pat & Pattie

2 thoughts on “Colorectal Cancer Patients Need Vitamin D

  1. If you are alive (so that includes anyone reading this) you will have heard the Vitamin D Hype. Even the Medical Profession is extracting blood (wretched vampires) to check your levels of this essential hormone.

    We went through years of being told that sun exposure was killing us…. skin cancers, melanomas etc, hence the dire need to stay out of the sun and (in Australia) to "Slip, Slop, Slap…" and yet it is well known that the suns action on the skin, is the most natural way to build up your bodies supply of natural vitamin D. Notice the word NATURAL.

    Shane Ellison, known as The People's Chemist, has a well written ANTI (artificial) VITAMIN D essay I felt would be appropriate to post here for your edification.

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