VITAMIN D – Fighting cancer?

Proof is showing that Vitamin D kills cancer cells. Every one of us has know someone that has died for cancer or struggling with the disease of cancer. Here it is, they say that Vitamin D actually kills your cancer cells, which every one of us has in our bodies. This is a scary fact but so true. The way it works is like this: we are born with many cancer cells in our bodies and depending on how we treat our health, our nutrition and our bodies will determine whether we develop cancer or not. Sometimes it may be unpreventable but for the most part, the way we treat ourselves will make up our future. This video demonstrates one way that we can prevent cancer from developing. Studies have been done to show that those deficient in vitamin D have a higher chance of developing cancer due to this specific discovery.

In fact, I recently found out that I am Vitamin D deficient and will need to take pills to substitute the Vitamin D that I am lacking in my body, which is causing me to become more tired, lack strength and energy. I had went to see my doctor for a blood test after having been unable to workout as I used to and not having enough energy throughout the day.

It is important to take our health seriously and for those that feel these type of symptoms are apparent with them too, it is important to get yourself checked through a blood test. In-taking enough Vitamin D is not that easy, and it is for this reason that some of us are Vitamin D deficient. But remember, not having enough Vitamin D in your body will lead to more cancer cells, leading to more chances of developing this disease that is deadly.

Take care of yourself and don’t forget, your health is the most important in life and when something is different, don’t procrastinate from seeing a Doctor!

Wish you all the best, and don’t forget to check out this video:

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Posted on January 17, 2012, in Health, News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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