By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
July 16, 2018
- Vitamin D: The anti-cancer vitamin
- 77% of cancer patients have low levels of the sunshine vitamin
- Here’s how to bring your vitamin D levels up to par
You’ve been told to stay out of the sun… that it will give you skin cancer. But that advice is only partially true. It is intense, intermittent exposure (like that from tanning beds and a full day on the beach once in a while) and the burning that subsequently occurs that increases the risk of skin cancer, specifically melanoma.
As a result of this constant advice to avoid sun exposure, vitamin D deficiency is running rampant here in the U.S. As a matter of fact, it’s estimated that as many as three out of every four people have vitamin D insufficiency.
This means you only have about a 25% chance of having adequate levels of vitamin D. And guess what happens when you your vitamin D levels run low? Continue reading