Day 75 Vitamin D3 and Cancer
Vitamin D3 and Cancer
Yesterday I introduced Synergy WorldWide’s VitaminD3 the Sunshine vitamin to my personal blog and although this blog is based on years of research and facts that I have discovered along what I call “A Journey of Pain and Discovery” this blog is also my own thoughts on what I have discovered on that journey.
Back in January 2013 I heard Dan Austin, the Clinical Director and Senior Nurse from the High Desert Heart Institute talk about clinical research into widespread vitamin D deficiency in the USA. I was attending a Synergy Conference in London. At the time he said that afro American and Asian men who took part in the study were deficient in Vitamin D.I remember raising an eyebrow at that and nearly falling off my chair when he said that 85% of them were seriously lacking in Vitamin D. Why should that have shocked me? I had only dipped my toe in the water with Vitamin D3 after finding a you tube video back in 2010 which was made my ABC news. It showed D3 being injected onto a glass culture dish which had been coated in breast cancer cells and after a few days the cells had been destroyed. Although YouTube was in its first years, I was also shocked at the lack of views this video had and asking, “does no one care?”
I plan to hold an educational webinar before the end of this year with my good friend Dr Jim Sandberg and with Nitric Oxide Therapy we will also delve deeper into the benefits of boosting Vitamin D levels by taking a high quality supplement and the correct dose.
For now, this is an article written by the late Dr J. Joseph Prendergast whom I have the pleasure of discussing his studies on both Vitamin D3 and Nitric Oxide Therapy. I know that a few years before his passing Dr Joe was lobbying Congress in the States to change a bill that would allow the recommended daily dose of Vitamin D3 to be increased significantly.
This is what he wrote about D3’s Cancer Preventative Benefits.
Cancer Preventative Benefits (Part 1)
- Researchers now agree that the epidemic of a wide variety of cancers may be due to widespread vitamin D deficiency, which is caused in large part because of sun avoidance. The cancers most strongly linked to low levels of vitamin D are Breast, Colon, Lung and Prostate cancer.
- If you’re African American, Middle Eastern, or Indian, and you live in the United States, Europe, or a northern latitude, you are at an extremely high risk for developing certain cancers—as high as four times the average risk. This is because darker skin serves as a filter, causing the need for two to five times as much sunlight to produce adequate vitamin D as someone with very pale skin.
- In mid-2007, the Canadian Cancer Society came out recommending vitamin D for all adults—the first time a major public-health organization has endorsed the vitamin as a cancer-prevention therapy.
- How vitamin D has a protective effect against cancer:
- Increasing the self-destruction of mutated cells (which, if allowed to replicate, could lead to cancer)
- Reducing the spread and reproduction of cancer cells
- Causing cells to become differentiated (cancer cells often lack differentiation)
- Reducing the growth of new blood vessels from pre-existing ones, which is a step in the transition of dormant tumours turning cancerous
Please tune in tomorrow for the second part of Dr Joe’s findings and for now here is another older video from ABC from 7 years ago.
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