D really does prevent cancer, autoimmune diseases
A new study out of Oxford University pinpoints
vitamin D deficiency as a culprit in serious
illnesses like cancer and autoimmune disorders.
According to the report, which was recently
published online in the journal Genome Research,
genetic receptors throughout the body need
adequate vitamin D levels to prevent these
and other serious illnesses from developing.
sclerosis, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis,
Chron's disease, leukemia -- these
and many more diseases are often caused by
a lack of vitamin D. Your genes literally
have receptors that need vitamin D in order
to properly express themselves. If there is
not enough of the vitamin, serious illness
is prone to develop. The Oxford team made
specific observations about the importance
of vitamin D in the genome regions associated
with autoimmune diseases and cancer, noting
that the nutrient is absolutely vital in helping
to prevent these diseases from forming.
of vitamin D supplementation as a preventative
measure for these diseases are strongly warranted,"
expressed Sreeram Ramagopalan, author of the
article at: http://www.naturalnews.com