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Vitamin D3 discussion

 
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GHR 1000 what are the benefits of these? hgh capsules/
i would like to try them....anyone else out there taking them?
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I just compiled some information for a friend on this subject. The information was gathered because the woman was facing breast cancer and Vitamin D3 significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer and all cancers in fact.
Here is the info from that message.

For information on Vitamin D3 please watch the videos. For the exact levels needed refer specifically to the Mercola article text listed below or contact grassrootshealth at their number listed at their website.

Well, I just scanned the article and found that it lists the Vit D3 blood level necessary with treating cancer or heart disease is between 70-100 ng/ml. Lifted directly from the article it states:

It's Not the Dosage that Matters—It's the Serum Level
There are currently 40 leading vitamin D experts from around the world on the GrassrootsHealth panel, and everyone agrees that the most important factor is the vitamin D serum level. There's no specific dosage level at which "magic" happens. So while I will convey the recommended dosages in a moment, the most important message is that you need to take whatever dosage required to obtain a therapeutic level of vitamin D in your blood.

At the time (in 2007) the recommended level was between 40 to 60 nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml). Since then, the optimal vitamin D level has been raised to 50-70 ng/ml, and when treating cancer or heart disease, as high as 70-100 ng/ml.”

1st video is Dr. Garland who has studied the benefits of Vitamin D3 for 30 years.
1st video is Dr. Garland who has studied the benefits of Vitamin D3 for 30 years.
[link to www.youtube.com]

This video is by Carol Baggerly of grassroots health and is called:
Vitamin D3 prevents Cancer: Is it true?
[link to youtu.be]

Mercola article interview with Carol Baggerly:
[link to articles.mercola.com]

Another quick video which gives Vit D3 and cancer studies.
Vitamin D3 – Secret Weapon Against Cancer
[link to youtu.be]

Grassrootshealth also offers Vit D3 testing (approx 65 dollars)I had mine done in April at it was 82 nanagrams per blood liter.
[link to www.grassrootshealth.net]
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Not only are there Vitamin D3 receptors sites on every cell of the body.

There are also Iodine receptor sites on every cell of the body.

Now on to Iodine!

Having optimal Iodine levels can also prevent & treat cancer along with other diseases. The Iodine Project is a 12 yr. ongoing project conducted by a group of doctors. These doctors believe that lack of Iodine in the body is another reason we are seeing high cancer rates today.

There are multiple reasons for this ... lack of available iodine in our foods (they use to put iodine in bread, now they use bromide (which is a cancer promoter), the false belief that Iodine is only needed by our thyroid (actually, there are iodine receptors on every cell in the body) and the fact that bromide, fluoride, and chlorine (all toxic to the body) will sit on the Iodine receptor sites if there is not enough iodine available. However, if you take enough Iodine, it washes out bromide, fluoride, and chlorine out of the body.

Important: Iodine causes apoptosis of cancer cells, which means it causes cancer cells to die.

Dr David Browstein (Is one of the doctors involved in the Iodine Project & the author of Iodine: why you need it, why you can’t live without it. This is an early video lecture by Dr. Brownstein on Iodine. In total, it’s about 30 minutes long.



Jorge Flechas (Is another one of the doctors involved in the Iodine Project)
He is giving the lecture in the video below – “Restorative Medicine-Iodine deficiency as a contributing factor in cancer”.

Major comment in this video by Dr. Flechas ...
"The absence of Iodine in the body is a promoter of cancer"


You can have your Iodine levels tested via an Iodine loading test. It costs about $90 or so. On a personal note: I had this test done also and was found Iodine deficient. I’ve been taking Iodine now for 26 months.

Iodine also detoxes mercury and other heavy metals, kills fungus, parasites, alkalizes the body and much, much more.

This side show will tell you many of the benefits of Iodine. It's well worth taking a look.
[link to www.slideshare.net]
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GHR 1000 what are the benefits of these? hgh capsules/
i would like to try them....anyone else out there taking them?
sorry op if you want delete...its asnother good health
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I just compiled some information for a friend on this subject. The information was gathered because the woman was facing breast cancer and Vitamin D3 significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer and all cancers in fact.
Here is the info from that message.

For information on Vitamin D3 please watch the videos. For the exact levels needed refer specifically to the Mercola article text listed below or contact grassrootshealth at their number listed at their website.

Well, I just scanned the article and found that it lists the Vit D3 blood level necessary with treating cancer or heart disease is between 70-100 ng/ml. Lifted directly from the article it states:

It's Not the Dosage that Matters—It's the Serum Level
There are currently 40 leading vitamin D experts from around the world on the GrassrootsHealth panel, and everyone agrees that the most important factor is the vitamin D serum level. There's no specific dosage level at which "magic" happens. So while I will convey the recommended dosages in a moment, the most important message is that you need to take whatever dosage required to obtain a therapeutic level of vitamin D in your blood.

At the time (in 2007) the recommended level was between 40 to 60 nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml). Since then, the optimal vitamin D level has been raised to 50-70 ng/ml, and when treating cancer or heart disease, as high as 70-100 ng/ml.”

1st video is Dr. Garland who has studied the benefits of Vitamin D3 for 30 years.



This video is by Carol Baggerly of grassroots health and is called:
Vitamin D3 prevents Cancer: Is it true?


Mercola article interview with Carol Baggerly:
[link to articles.mercola.com]

Another quick video which gives Vit D3 and cancer studies.
Vitamin D3 – Secret Weapon Against Cancer


Grassrootshealth also offers Vit D3 testing (approx 65 dollars)I had mine done in April at it was 82 nanagrams per blood liter.
[link to www.grassrootshealth.net]
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Does anybody know if lanolin form is of similar benefit to fish form, after all it is fat/oil to keep them temp regulated, one from land and the other from sea.

Being that I don't have a choice w/fish even if sources were reliably clean.

I'd sure appreciate an educated guess. Anybody?
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AC, check out the Vitamin D council at [link to www.vitamindcouncil.org]

They don't seem to recommend one source over the other. I take the lanolin based, most of the time.

This is a great site for answers and advice, and they have a forum.

One thing they mention is that you really only get Vitamin D from the sun during peak hours, due to slant of rays, like between 10 am and 2 pm---so that lets out a LOT of people who work. Also, hands, face and arms absorb very little; most is absorbed by the torso---so that lets out some of the more modest women :) Going out in the sun for 20 minutes at 4 pm, with jeans and t-shirt, might not be giving you much Vitamin D at all.

They list co-factors that should be taken with Vitamin D, with an explanation of each. And poster is right about magnesium oxide; some say only 4% of it is usable by the human body. Magnesium Citrate is another you don't want; another synthetic vitamin. Chloride, Taurate, and Glycinate are two of the best. Malate can be good too. A good description of the different types of Magnesium and some cheaper sources can be found at [link to sites.google.com (secure)]
I buy bulk magnesium chloride from bulk foods online.


About vitamin D
What is vitamin D?
How to get your vitamin D
Vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D cofactors
Magnesium
Vitamin K
Zinc
Boron

Anyway, it is a very informative site, many pages worth.
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hfExcellent reply AC, I'm reassured thanks to you. :D
That is after wondering for a whole coupla years. Yeah I take lanolin soft minigels 5,000IU beginning a few days ago.
Will definitely consider including Mag chloride pos types you describe including K.
Have you had your levels checked and if so, results?

Getting a'faire frosty here in CO to face my fanny to the sun though!
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You can safely take 5,000 mg per day. On a sunny day on a beach, you would probably get hundreds of thousands of mgs, maybe over a million mg. It is technically possible to take too much, but 5000 mg daily is 100% safe. It is especially important for those in northern states (or nations), and especially in winter. It is less important in summer if you get plenty of sun.

Regarding the post above, the only caution is if you are on blood thinners. Vitamin K can mess with those. (I am no physician, but my Dad takes blood thinners and has to avoid K).

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Can pregnant women take it?
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I'm almost 7 months pregnant and I currently take 10000 to 15000 iu each day. I'm very comfortable with this dose after reading extensively on vitamin d3. Research has shown that children born during Winter months are more likely to develop Autism than those born during Summer months. One possibility is lower Vitamin d levels in mothers before birth. I know I was severely lacking in it before I started supplementing- possibly for years! Before I began I was depressed with anxiety that always peaked during the Winter. Constantly a worried. High strung. Within 3 days of starting this regimen I felt considerably more relaxed. At ease with myself as well as what surrounds me. It has only been 5 weeks since I began but I can say for now that it has only gotten better. I stress less and less. I haven't felt this good in 15 years. It's amazing.
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Please also research Iodine! I know that women taking iodine during pregnancy have babies with a much greater IQ. I'm trying to find a video on Iodine with that statement now. But it is very true. You can do your own research to satisfy yourself. And oh...the greatest cause of mental retardation worldwide is lack of adequate Iodine levels.
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I've been suspicious of this issue since the Vitamin D supplementation by prescription bandwagon started. I remember reading at the time (don't have a reference) that the government/AMA? had changed the Vitamin D blood serum range. In the former range eveyone pretty much fell in the normal range, then they changed the range and overnight millioons of people were clinically low. How does that happen? What was the rationale behind the change. I feel like there is more to us than has been let on.

Edit, I just had another thought. Suppose the sunscreen industry is responsible for clinically low levels of vitamin D? Thats a multi-billion dollar industry, hmmmm. They would certainly have a vested interest in the truth not being fully revealed, so just tell the sheeple to take this pill!!!

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hfExcellent reply AC, I'm reassured thanks to you. :D
That is after wondering for a whole coupla years. Yeah I take lanolin soft minigels 5,000IU beginning a few days ago.
Will definitely consider including Mag chloride pos types you describe including K.
Have you had your levels checked and if so, results?

Getting a'faire frosty here in CO to face my fanny to the sun though!
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LOL yes, that's a problem for me too (tend not to expose my rump)! I did sun gazing for a while but I wimp out when it gets cold, plus too much rain and clouds in autumn and winter.

No, haven't had my levels checked. But I can say that for the two years I've been taking them, along with the co-factors, and iodoral 50, my energy level has increased greatly, and no more down days in the winter.
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Vitamin D3 can also raise mens' testosterone levels.

"Vitamin D

A plethora of new research on this critica vitamin has shown it plays vital roles in more than just bone health. According to researchers at the Medical University of Graz in Austria, subjects with sufficient vitamin D levels had significantly higher testosterone levels than those with lower levels of the vitamin."

[link to www.muscleandfitness.com]

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Vitamin D3 and MS


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Another article about testosterone and Vitamin D3

[link to www.charlespoliquin.com]
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Vitamin D3 and Cancer



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Can pregnant women take it?
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I'm almost 7 months pregnant and I currently take 10000 to 15000 iu each day. I'm very comfortable with this dose after reading extensively on vitamin d3. Research has shown that children born during Winter months are more likely to develop Autism than those born during Summer months. One possibility is lower Vitamin d levels in mothers before birth. I know I was severely lacking in it before I started supplementing- possibly for years! Before I began I was depressed with anxiety that always peaked during the Winter. Constantly a worried. High strung. Within 3 days of starting this regimen I felt considerably more relaxed. At ease with myself as well as what surrounds me. It has only been 5 weeks since I began but I can say for now that it has only gotten better. I stress less and less. I haven't felt this good in 15 years. It's amazing.
 Quoting: ChickSlap


Please also research Iodine! I know that women taking iodine during pregnancy have babies with a much greater IQ. I'm trying to find a video on Iodine with that statement now. But it is very true. You can do your own research to satisfy yourself. And oh...the greatest cause of mental retardation worldwide is lack of adequate Iodine levels.
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Here is the video with the reference to eye q. Go to the 7:30 minute mark. He stated giving a pregnant woman 12.50 milligrams of Iodine daily during pregnancy will result in the children being 20 to 30 points higher in eye q.

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D3 and Cytokine Storm



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I read a few posts here regarding D3. What are the benefits and how many IU should I take?
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I take 10,000 IU a day.

Haven't been sick for years.
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I read a few posts here regarding D3. What are the benefits and how many IU should I take?
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Dr. Mayer Eisenstein of Home First Clinics (homefirst.com) recommends at least 10,000 IU during the Flu & Cold season.

That is what I take & I don't get sick.
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Can pregnant women take it?
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You should be taking at least 10,000 IU daily, even after you deliver as it will secrete in your milk & will help boost the immunity of your baby.
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hfExcellent reply AC, I'm reassured thanks to you. :D
That is after wondering for a whole coupla years. Yeah I take lanolin soft minigels 5,000IU beginning a few days ago.
Will definitely consider including Mag chloride pos types you describe including K.
Have you had your levels checked and if so, results?

Getting a'faire frosty here in CO to face my fanny to the sun though!
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LOL yes, that's a problem for me too (tend not to expose my rump)! I did sun gazing for a while but I wimp out when it gets cold, plus too much rain and clouds in autumn and winter.

No, haven't had my levels checked. But I can say that for the two years I've been taking them, along with the co-factors, and iodoral 50, my energy level has increased greatly, and no more down days in the winter.
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Sounds good t'me^^^ . Re the iodoral, a friend of mine had that prescribed by alt Dr as part of thyroid trtmt with results she swears by.

Re the response about K and blood thinners, one would think also that would apply to advil, aspirin and the like as well to be sensible, maybe skip a few days of K for every 2 prods that tend to make a body bleed more than is usual.
I might apply that to garlic supplements which thin blood almost too well.

I try to keep things as simple as possible and stepping things up only when there's a specific thing to address.
I get a nasty charge imagining slick runners get chased by Old Mr Death grazing them with the whoosh of his scythe, lol.
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I take a good multivitamin daily (Solgar Omnium)

it has vitamin D (as ergocalciferol) ... that is D2

what is the difference between D2 and D3?
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The vitamin d found in supplements and in food products is not the same as the vitamin d from the sun. It is still up for debate on how much should be consumed. Some would agree with the large doses and others would disagree. Perhaps it is because the FDA still recommends 400 IU dosage per day. I can tell from my personal experience that I start to feel ILL if I take more than 5000 IU per day. Although I can stay in the sun all day and absorb it that way and feel fine. The synthetic Vitamin D in supplements and food is thought to be TOXIC in large doses.
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I read a few posts here regarding D3. What are the benefits and how many IU should I take?
 Quoting: ***ClappaGuy***


people take it for MOLE SYNDROME lol
not enough sun...
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There is a doctor who says to take 2,000 IU for each kilo of body weight for 3 days to start. That would be like 136,000 IU for a 150 lb person.

My Dr tested me and my count was at 7!!

She gave me a prescription for it now its back up to where it should be.

Really makes a difference.
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10,000 a day is minimum


There is scientific evidence that suggests 50,000 I.U of Vitamin D3 per day for 3-5 days can be an effective treatment for many viral and bacterial diseases.


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10k IU daily, can be dropped to 5k IU in the summer if you're in the sun.

pills are garbage.

you want sublingual tablets, or at the very least a liquid. d3 is fat soluble so you will want it in something like medium chain triglycerides. best with a meal in this case.

sublingual tablets are almost as good as an injection.
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I take a good multivitamin daily (Solgar Omnium)

it has vitamin D (as ergocalciferol) ... that is D2

what is the difference between D2 and D3?
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Might be 30 years ago milk was supplemented with D2 which was said/found to be ineffective and thereafter D3 was added from powdered lanolin.
Probably not thrilling detail but there you have it. :)
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If you want vitamin d Its called sun bathing or even better sun gazing... Don't buy some stupid pill when its free.. Stop eating meat and milk and eggs your not a snake your a human wierd, eat vegan food such as sprouts and nuts and seeds I eat pefect food bars from garden of life... buy some collodial silver and ingest to get the years of bad eating out of you and to increase this buy a pyramid offline they sell them in california and place water in them its great for water prefably rain waterrantpeace


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When the sun gets below about 45 degrees in the sky the atmosphere blocks the UV light that creates D3 in the skin, so you need supplements in the winter time.
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I was taking higher amounts of D3 (10,000 IU a day). I was impressed with the way I felt once my vitamin D levels were above 50. Then one day I got a kidney stone and I could only point back to the vitamin D as the difference. Vitamin D increases the calcium absorption. The key then is to take Magnesium 500mg every day. This will prevent the formation of calcium stones. My physician isn't keen on the high dose I was taking, but I tell you I experienced a great deal of benefit.

There is a vitamin D receptor in every cell in the body. Vitamin D deficiency is a serious problem and it is so easy to maintain healthy levels, especially during the winter months in northern climates.

5000 IU is probably plenty enough to get you above the 50 marker.
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To my knowledge, Vitamin K2 will help prevent calcification. Magnesium naturally is a very important substance as well.


Some bottles of D3 for sale have the K2 included in the same pill.
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How much K2? I was just checking Swansons and most of their offerings have like 50 mcg while others have 1 or 5 mg.
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100mcg per day of K2 should be enough.

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