A recent research study on vitamin D has
shown that even low-dose vitamin D supplementation
plays a big role in preventing breast cancer.
According to the study, which was published
in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,
women who take at least 400 international
units (IU) of vitamin D a day lower their
risk of developing breast cancer by 24 percent.
patients participated in the study, which
study authors believe points to vitamin
D's ability to regulate and control the
growth and spread of malignant cancer cells.
According to Laura Anderson, one of the
study authors, breast cells have their own
receptors for vitamin D, so it makes perfect
sense that vitamin D exerts a positive
influence on the body in terms of warding
other recent studies have also shown a definitive
link between vitamin D intake and decreased
cancer risk, highlighting this nutrient's
powerful health-promoting and disease-preventing
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