Looks like vitamin D has been d-listed by scientists yet again, with new recommended dietary allowance (RDA) guidelines halving vitamin D intake from 800 international units (IU) per day to a paltry 400 IU. This, following conclusions made by the Endocrine Society after using a “gold standard for measuring 25(OH)D.” These findings were presented at the ENDO 2017 conference last April.
Principal investigator J. Christopher Gallagher, M.D. said on ScienceDaily.com, “The RDA is easily achievable with a supplement of 400 IU in winter, when vitamin D levels are lowest in North America. This has important ramifications for public health recommendations. The amount of vitamin D needed, 400 IU daily, is less than the figure recommended by the Institute of Medicine.”
For the last few years, medical and health professionals followed the IOM recommendations of 800 IU of vitamin D every day. The recommendation was set after a double-blind dose-response clinical trial made in 2007. In the study, doctors found that 800 IU of vitamin D was enough to meet the daily requirements of 97.5 percent of the population. However, using a newer, more advanced type of technology, researchers say that half that amount will suffice. Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry was used to reanalyze the 2007 data for a more “precise dose-response curve.” It was from this reanalysis that the calculated RDA of 400 IU was made.
Nevertheless, Gallagher was quick to mention, “remember, this RDA is for bone health only. It may be different for other diseases. Although trials looking into cancer, diabetes, and other diseases are ongoing, we do not have information about this yet.”
These new recommendations come as a surprise to the health community, considering the mounting evidence which suggests that almost half of the American population are deficient in vitamin D. (Related: Vitamin D deficiency is widespread among U.S. population, expectant mothers are deficient and giving birth to deficient infants.) ….
Vitamin D is a potent anti-cancer agent, a potent anti-viral infection agent, a potent anti-oxidant. And that’s just for starters. Deficiency is associated with tooth decay. Society wide D deficiency is likely to be destabilizing to crime and mental health statistics. And STILL they’re just talking about preventing rickets. Vit D deficiency is probably the single most important contributing factor in flu infections, premature birth and pre-eclampsia in pregnancy. It’s probably also an important factor in vaccine-caused autism among black children.
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New evidence presented in the April-June issue of Dermato-Endocrinology1 confirms that exposure to the sun in appropriate and measured timeframes has a number of health benefits unrelated to vitamin D production, such as:
Enhancing mood and energy through the release of endorphins Protecting against and suppressing symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) Treating skin diseases, such as psoriasis, vitiligo, atopic dermatitis, and scleroderma. UV radiation also enhances skin barrier functions Inducing nitric oxide (NO), which helps protect your skin against UV damage and offers cardiovascular protection, promotes wound healing through its antimicrobial effect, and has some anti-cancer activity Melatonin regulation through the “third eye” of the pineal gland photoreceptors Relieving fibromyalgia pain Standard treatment for tuberculosis 100 years ago, long before the advent of antibiotics Treating neonatal jaundice Can be used to sterilize your armpits and eliminate the cause of most body odor Treating Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Synchronizing important biorhythms through sunlight entering your eye and striking your retina Regulating body temperature Protecting against melanoma and decreasing mortality from it May be effective in treating T Cell lymphoma
UV Radiation has Long History of Use as Treatment of Disease
Medicine is controlled by satanists. It’s just good business.