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New study links vitamin D deficiency to cardiovascular disease and death

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A new study by researchers at the Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City suggests that Vitamin D contributes to a strong and healthy heart as well – and that inadequate levels of the vitamin may significantly increase a person’s risk of stroke, heart disease, and death, even among people who’ve never had heart disease.  This article provides a synopsis of this study that will be presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Conference on Monday, Nov. 16 in Orlando, Florida.

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Runner’s Diet: Running on D

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The December 2009 issue of Runner’s World educated runner’s everywhere about the importance of vitamin D and athletic performance. Learn how vitamin D is necessary for bone health, reduced fatigue, improved athletic performance, reduced rate of injury, and muscle tissue and bone repair. Modern research is forcing athletes to embrace the sunlight and vitamin D if they wish to perform at peak levels.

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Lack of Sunshine Vitamin Linked to Cognitive Decline

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Research have linked vitamin D deficiency with cognitive impairment. A recent study shows that as levels of vitamin D goes down, cognitive impairment goes up.

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Hockey’s Chicago Blackhawks are the first vitamin D sports team

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In John Cannell’s Vitamin D Council newsletter, we learn that the remarkable success of the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks can be attributed to the entire team’s use of Vitamin D. Currently in Stanley Cup finals, the Blackhawks are at the top of the league after many disappointing seasons. If the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup championship, Vitamin D could become an important factor in every sports team’s success.

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The Healing Sun: How Common is Vitamin D Deficiency?

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure.  This article asks the question: How Common is Vitamin D Deficiency?

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Can Working Indoors Give You Skin Cancer?

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Contrary to what you may have heard, appropriate sun exposure actually helps prevent the fatal type of skin cancer, melanoma. In fact, melanoma skin cancer, has been found to decrease with greater sun exposure, and can be increased by sunscreens. In fact, indoor workers get three to nine times LESS solar UV exposure than outdoor workers get, yet only indoor workers have increasing rates of melanoma — and the rates have been increasing since before 1940. Read this informative article to dispel the many myths of melanoma skin cancer.

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Sunlight’s Healthy Rays Help Guard Against Autism

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Is the lack of healthy sunlight exposure and vitamin D in a child’s mother the cause of childhood autism? Mothers missing on the first source of vitamin D can affect their child’s health. Without a neurosteroid that depends on vitamin D, called calcitriol, prenatal children do not regulate brain development well enough to fully develop. The neurosteroid also protects against viral infections during pregnancy that can contribute to poor development.

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Vitamin D levels: Sunlight, age, and toxicity

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This article by “The Health Correlator” examines the effects of sunlight and vitamin D has on age, body toxicity, and disease. Most interestingly, natural sunlight vitamin D does not show signs of toxicity at any level.  However artificial vitamin D in the form of dietary supplements does shows sign of toxicity at high dosages.

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Vitamin D and Diabetes-Can We Prevent it? video

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Dr. Frank Garland, Ph.D., of the Naval Health Research Center presents this 48 minute lecture on the scientific research that shows how Vitamin D is effective at preventing diabetes. Produced by UCSD School of Medicine and GrassrootsHealth ,this video is part of the Diagnosis & Treatment of Vitamin D Seminar video series.

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NEW Research Explains 61% of Multiple Sclerosis Cases

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New research shows that low levels of sunlight could increase your risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS). Researchers found that by just analyzing sunlight, they could explain 61 percent of the variation in the number of MS cases across England. When they combined the effect of sunlight and glandular fever, 72 percent of the variation in MS cases could be explained. The study suggested that low levels of sunlight could affect how your body responds to infection. Vitamin D deficiency could be another possible link.

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What If Vitamin D Deficiency Is a Cause of Autism?

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Scientific American, a reputable science magazine, has published an article that examines that cause of autism. Is vitamin D deficiency the cause of autism? Scientific American has lots of evidence that answers ‘yes’.

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The Healing Sun: Rickets and Osteomalacia

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure.  This article discusses: Rickets and Osteomalacia — The ‘Diseases of Darkness’

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Vitamin D ‘is mental health aid’

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Numerous studies show that sunlight and vitamin D can help stave off the mental decline that can affect people in old age. Studies have found that as levels of vitamin D went down, levels of cognitive impairment went up. Learn how you can keep your mind sharp and healthy with high levels of natural sunlight and vitamin D.

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Lack of sunlight linked to male infertility

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An infertility study has revealed vitamin D deficiency among men who are unable to impregnate their partners. The discovery surprised the researchers, who were investigating the incidence of DNA fragmentation of sperm. Sunlight is the major source of vitamin D.

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The Healing Sun: Ovarian Cancer and The Sun

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure.  This article shares information on: Ovarian Cancer and The Sun

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Gene study supports link between vitamin D deficiency and disease

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A new study led by Oxford University in England has mapped the points at which vitamin D interacts with our DNA – and identified over 200 genes directly influenced by vitamin D. It is estimated that 1 billion people worldwide do not have sufficient vitamin D. This deficiency is thought to be largely due to insufficient exposure to the sun and in some cases to poor diet.

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6 Striking Health Effects of Vitamin D

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According to Boston University researchers, between 30 to 50% of children and adults in the United States are at high risk for vitamin D deficiency. Experts believe that sensible exposure to sun may be the best way to deal with this preventable medical condition. Learn what 6 serious health conditions are helped by sunlight and vitamin D.

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Breakthrough Information You Need to Know About Vitamin D (part 2)

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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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Swedish doctors urge action over autism-sunlight link

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Doctors in Sweden caution that vitamin D deficiency caused by a lack of sunlight could explain the country’s increased incidence of autism. The lack of sunlight in Sweden, combined with the use of sun protection creams and general precautions taken to avoid direct sun exposure is known to cause vitamin D deficiencies. Vitamin D deficiencies could be a contributing factor to the incidence of depression and some experts believe, autism.

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The Healing Sun: Colon Cancer and The Sun

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure.  This article discusses the relationship of: Colon Cancer and The Sun

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The Healing Sun: Sunlight Therapy and Cancer

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure.  This article writes on the topic: Sunlight Therapy (Heliotherapy) and Cancer

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