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Asthma is caused by Vitamin D deficiency

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New research provides evidence for a link between vitamin D insufficiency and asthma severity. The incidence of asthma cases has increased by more than 300 percent over the last two decades and now affects an estimated 20 million Americans. Learn how daily exposure to sunlight can greatly reduce your asthma and allergies.

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Dr. Mercola’s lecture on Vitamin D with video

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Vitamin D deficiency is pandemic in the United States, but many Americans, including physicians, are not aware that they may be lacking this important nutrient.

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Is Vitamin D Deficiency Connected to Parkinson’s Disease?

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Approximately 1.5 million Americans suffer from Parkinson’s disease.. Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative disease caused by a steady depletion of nerve cells causing increasingly slow motor function, tremor when at rest, muscle rigidity, and abnormalities in your walk.  Parkinson’s disease has been linked with decreased levels of dopamine in your brain and now a prime risk factor does appear to be deficiency in vitamin D.

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The Depressing Truth About Vitamin D Deficiency

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As the Northern Hemisphere enters the Autumn season,  daylight hours are decreasing.  We are getting less sunlight on our skin and as a result can be more likely to experience depression.  In the colder months, it is important to get as much natural sunlight as possible.  For people having difficulty getting natural sunshine, Sunlightenment has recommended UV and IR Light boxes listed in the sidebar.  This article by Dr. Mercola shares research on the connection between sunlight, vitamin D and mental depression.

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Read This Shocking Vitamin D Report or You’ll Kick Yourself for the Next Decade

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Research published by the British Medical Journal confirms that low vitamin D levels obtained in the past are a risk factor for developing colon cancer in the future.  Even more significant is that vitamin A, even in relatively low amounts, can reduce vitamin D’s reduced rates of colon cancer. This is the largest study to date showing that vitamin A blocks the benefits of vitamin D.

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Canada Looks at Vitamin D for Swine Flu Protection

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Following a 1 year study on the positive effects of Vitamin D on severe seasonal influenza, Canada will expand its study to include the Swine Flu. Science has already confirmed the benefits of Vitamin D for increased immunity and better overall health. Can the Sun’s light protect us from the Swine Flu virus?

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Breakthrough Information You Need to Know About Vitamin D (part 1)

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In recent years vitamin D has emerged as a star of the “vitamin” world. There’s no question about it — vitamin D is garnering more excitement than any other vitamin out there, and deservedly so. Why all the enthusiasm? Read this article by Dr. Mercola to learn why.

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Does Too Much Sun Really Cause Melanoma?

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Sam Shuster, a consultant dermatologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, argues that sun exposure is not the major cause of malignant melanoma.

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Does Sun Exposure Really Cause Melanoma?

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In this 5 minute audio interview, Dr. Robert Heaney explains why sunshine has been wrongly accused of being the main culprit in causing deadly skin cancer, melanoma.

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How Sunshine and Vitamin D Can Help You Eliminate Mercury

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Accumulating data have provided evidence that vitamin D is involved in brain function. Vitamin D can inhibit the synthesis of inducible nitric oxide synthase and increase glutathione levels, suggesting a role for the hormone in brain detoxification.

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Study finds that Sunlight Actually Prevents Cancer

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Insufficient exposure to ultraviolet radiation may be an important risk factor for cancer in Western Europe and North America, according to a new study published in the prominent Cancer journal that directly contradicts official advice about sunlight.

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Every human cell has vitamin D receptors

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Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, is different from other vitamins in that it influences your entire body — receptors that respond to the vitamin have been found in almost every type of human cell, from your brain to your bones.

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