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Low Vitamin D Linked with Long Life -claims Dutch researchers.

 
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Re: Low Vitamin D Linked with Long Life -claims Dutch researchers.
Probably the same researchers that claimed plutonium is good for you.
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LMAO

Now that's funny. You fuckin rock!!!!!
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11/11/2012 09:33 PM
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Re: Low Vitamin D Linked with Long Life -claims Dutch researchers.
all right! I was just told by my Dr. last week that my vitamin D is really low. Just started an 8 week course of supplements.
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Get some iodine iodide supplement and high dosage too.
D3/Vitamin K supplements rock too
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11/11/2012 09:34 PM

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10,000 IU a day for LIFE
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10,000 is too high. 5000 to maybe 8000 max. Vitamin D supplements accumulate in your body. You should take 5k and try to get some sun on top of it or go tanning.

My dog ate a bottle of my Vit D liquigels and almost died. There is such a thing as too much of a good thing.
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Dogs do not process substances as humans can and you must know what is poisonous are harmful to your pet I once left garlic pills out and my dog ate a bunch and although he was not sickened the veterinarian said the dog will never digest the garlic.

The veterinarian was correct my dog lived the verge lifespan of a German Shepherd/Rottweiler cross however, whenever he passed gas he cleared the room and the smell of garlic never abated.

Vitamin D Toxicity (Hypervitaminosis D) in Dogs and Cats
[link to suite101.com]

Vitamin D Toxicity (Humans)
[link to www.vitamindcouncil.org]
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Re: Low Vitamin D Linked with Long Life -claims Dutch researchers.
"Individuals in families characterized by longevity tend to have low levels of 25(OH) vitamin D, Dutch researchers found.

Offspring of parents who lived into their 90s had significantly lower levels of 25(OH) vitamin D compared with controls (64.3 nmol/L versus 68.5 nmol/L, P=0.002), according to Diana van Heemst, PhD, of Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands, and colleagues."

[link to www.medpagetoday.com]

I don't believe this for one second. Ive seen plenty of studies proving otherwise. Wonder who paid this "researcher" off to publish garbage
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So they had insignificantly lower levels.

What does that prove? Nothing as far as I can see. Study says control group and studied group had a "similar" intake of Vitamin D from food and supplements.

How similar? Enough to make a 4.2nmo/L difference?

How much sun does each group get?

How does their body metabolize it, are they getting the vitamins/minerals needed to benefit from Vitamin D, like Magnesium, K, zinc, selenium?

Does the fact that their parents lived into there 90s have any correlation whatsoever to their offspring's current Vitamin D level? I mean, should we expect them to have higher levels for some reason?

I don't get their point.

Just another "scientific" study they will use to dumb down the masses and demonize a much-needed vitamin.
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Re: Low Vitamin D Linked with Long Life -claims Dutch researchers.
it's not the vitamin D itself, it's that vitamin D is produced by exposure to sunlight, and sunlight causes premature aging and potential cancers. You look good young at the expensive of looking terrible as you age.

With that said, I love the outdoors too much to be a hermit my whole life. To hell with that. Anyone who spends time outside in the summer will get a tan, it's inevitable.
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