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Vitamin D3's Effect on Colon Cancer

From eNewsletter 8/30/2021

DID YOU KNOW that there's a simple way to protect your bone density? In a new study from The Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that consuming vegetables as little as at the level the Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggests benefits bone health. While subjects with the lowest vegetable intake had higher excretion of acid and calcium in their urine, as well as higher bone turnover markers in their blood. Excess acid accelerates bone breakdown, thus affecting bone density adversely. Vegetables are alkalizing, thus protecting bone density. Eat your veggies!

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Are You Fully Vaccinated Without the Booster? A number of clients were concerned that they will not be considered fully vaccinated if they don't get the booster. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said last Wednesday that people who received two Moderna or Pfizer shots are considered fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, even though federal officials will encourage third shots to bolster immunity to the disease.

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Amazing Vitamin D Development Steve and Bonnie: Researchers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard, publishing in The American Gastroenterology Association's journal Gastroenterology, have discovered a link between lowering colorectal cancer risk in younger adults and vitamin D. Colorectal cancer risk has increased in younger people (50 years of age and younger) as vitamin D deficiency has become more pervasive. The researchers suggest that even as little as 400IU of vitamin D3 daily can reduce young age-onset colorectal cancer risk by 50%! This study was performed by some of most prestigious research institutions in the world, and published in the preeminent gastroenterology journal in America, yet did any of you hear about this? Probably not.

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