As NaturalNews has covered for years, researchers
have found a profound link between breast
cancer and low levels of vitamin D.
the lowest blood levels have the highest
breast cancer risk and those dying of metastasized
disease are the most vitamin D deficient
of all. Scientists have theorized vitamin
D has anti-cancer properties that influence
cell growth, healthy cell differentiation
and programmed cell death (apoptosis).
when researchers have looked only at levels
of dietary vitamin D intake and breast cancer
risk, their findings have been sometimes
inconsistent. So what is going on here?
Does vitamin D definitely have the potential
to prevent breast malignancies or not? A
large and potentially groundbreaking French
study appears to have the answer: the key
to breast cancer prevention may well be
taking higher amounts of vitamin D through
diet and supplements combined with regular,
direct sunshine exposure.
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