Vitamin D and Cancer Prevention

Serious scientific study on Vitamin D. It turns out not to be a vitamin at all, but a hormone absolutely essentially to health and immunity to disease. And cancer prevention is only the tip of the iceberg.

More information here from a group of scientists working to spread the word (because he can’t count on the government or the pharmaceutical companies):

Recently published data indicated that the Food and Nutrition Board (FNB) made a statistical error when arriving at the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for vitamin D in 2010. Dr. Cannell covered this paper in a blog.

The statisticians estimated that 8,895 IU daily of vitamin D is needed to get 97.5% of the population above 20 ng/ml, or the level considered sufficient by the FNB. However, the analysis possessed a major limitation: there was no available data on individuals receiving over 2,400 IU daily.

In a letter to the statisticians, Dr. Heaney and colleagues confirmed that higher supplementation is needed to reach healthy vitamin D levels in 97.5% of the population by using data from the GrassrootsHealth Study (GRH).

GRH has compiled data from 3,657 individuals with vitamin D intakes ranging from zero to above 10,000 IU daily. Heaney and colleagues found that 3,875 IU, 6,201 IU, and 9,122 IU daily of vitamin D corresponded to vitamin D levels of 20 ng/ml, 30 ng/ml, and 40 ng/ml, respectively.

The vitamin D dosages only accounted for supplements, and excluded vitamin D intake from the sun and food. The researchers estimated that the intake from the sun and food amount to be around 3000 IU daily.

They concluded,

“Since an RDA, by definition, relates to intake from all sources, it is clear that total intake required to achieve 20 ng/mL in 97.5% of the cohort must be close to 7000 IU per day, not substantially different from that calculated by Veugelers and Ekwaru.”

Medical Predators Kidnap, Poison Vermont Teen

“I’m just literally here as a hostage. I didn’t do anything. I haven’t harmed anyone. I haven’t harmed myself, and they won’t let me go home. I just want to go home to my mom, so I can have my life back. They took it from me. They are drugging me up every single day against my will.”

This isn’t a quote from a dystopian novel, or a sci-fi thriller. It is the heartfelt plea recorded by an American teenager being held in a facility in Massachusetts against her will and that of her family in Vermont. Karen Maple is very concerned about the well-being of her daughter, 17 year old Elissa, since DCF seized custody of the teen over a year ago, in December 2013.

Karen says she sought help for her teen’s anxiety, but DCF quickly got involved and turned their world upside down, sending Elissa to a mental ward/school located 6 hours away from their home, in another state. She has now been diagnosed with schizophrenia, but her mother says that the drugs that she is being forced to take are what is actually causing the symptoms of schizophrenia.

Interestingly, on the occasions when Elissa has stopped taking the medications, the symptoms also stopped. Those periods haven’t lasted long, she says, because when the staff found out that she wasn’t taking them, they force drugged her. Elissa has no choice in the matter.


The video was recorded on August 14, 2014, but little has changed. She still isn’t home. She turns 18 on July 1, but they have no idea if Elissa will get to come home then or be forced to stay until she reaches 21. The facility is designed for residents up to age 21.

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Note the dialated pupils, the fixed stare, the chubbiness that isn’t evident on the family photo.  These are all signs of psychotropic toxicity.  Long term physical effects include tremors, ticks, slurred speech,   tardive dyskinesia and other signs of brain damage, and diabetes.   Emotional effects include post traumatic stress which leads to depression.  In the past medical insurance policies had strict limits on coverage for psychiatric “hospitalization”, a fact which saved many kids from years in hell, but politicians have now mandated that policies treat psychiatry as any other medical specialty, a bit of unscientific nonsense that no doubt significantly contributed to the rise in the cost of medical insurance.  Psychiatry is certainly the most illegitimate and predatory branch of medicine, and any medical institution of integrity would distance themselves from these corrupt quacks.    The fact that they don’t says volumes about the rest of medicine.   More info is here:

BIS: The Secretive Group That Runs The World

Over the centuries there have been many stories, some based on loose facts, others based on hearsay, conjecture, speculation and outright lies, about groups of people who “control the world.” Some of these are partially accurate, others are wildly hyperbolic, but when it comes to the historic record, nothing comes closer to the stereotypical, secretive group determining the fate of over 7 billion people, than the Bank of International Settlements, which hides in such plain sight, that few have ever paid much attention.

The following is an excerpt from TOWER OF BASEL: The Shadowy History of the Secret Bank that Runs the World by Adam LeBor.  Reprinted with permission from PublicAffairs.

The world’s most exclusive club has eighteen members. They gather every other month on a Sunday evening at 7 p.m. in conference room E in a circular tower block whose tinted windows overlook the central Basel railway station. Their discussion lasts for one hour, perhaps an hour and a half. Some of those present bring a colleague with them, but the aides rarely speak during this most confidential of conclaves. The meeting closes, the aides leave, and those remaining retire for dinner in the dining room on the eighteenth floor, rightly confident that the food and the wine will be superb. The meal, which continues until 11 p.m. or midnight, is where the real work is done. The protocol and hospitality, honed for more than eight decades, are faultless. Anything said at the dining table, it is understood, is not to be repeated elsewhere.

Few, if any, of those enjoying their haute cuisine and grand cru wines— some of the best Switzerland can offer—would be recognized by passers-by, but they include a good number of the most powerful people in the world. These men—they are almost all men—are central bankers. They have come to Basel to attend the Economic Consultative Committee (ECC) of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), which is the bank for central banks. …