Living in the South May Have Significant Health Benefits

An article caught my attention today as I was scanning health and wellness topics. The headline stated that lack of sunlight is linked to colon cancer. The underlying suspicion is that sunlight equates to more vitamin D and that lack … Continue reading

Another Counterargument Against the Value of Vitamin D3 to Reduce Risk of Pandemic Virus

It is interesting to me how studies are designed to prove or disprove something. I scanned the health headlines today and found one that caught my attention immediately about vitamin D3 (VD3) and COVID-19. I keep my VD3 levels high … Continue reading

One Supplement That Improves Health All Over Your Body

Many of us take supplements. Some because our diets are not balanced. Others take particular nutrients to live longer in better health. I take supplements – primarily vitamin E (all eight forms), vitamin K2, fiber, and a few more. One … Continue reading

Health Organization Campaigns Against Testing for a Vitamin Deficiency

Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, is critical for good health. Over half of all Americans are deficient. Yet, the U. S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) decided not to recommend the test to everyone. Decision The USPSTF did not recommend, … Continue reading

The Best Option to Prevent Winter Influenza

Have you ever wondered why seasonal influenza has a season? Dr. R Edward Hope-Simpson figured out that influenza always occurred in the month following the winter solstice (December 21, 2020). Dr. Hope-Simpson and Influenza We are one month from … Continue reading

Spanish Coronavirus Study Found 8 Out of 10 Vitamin D Deficient

I read this article today about a small Spanish study confirming aspects of vitamin D that have been published within the past several months regarding COVID-19. Those with adequate amounts of vitamin D in their bodies have less risk of … Continue reading

Vitamin D to Improve Aging Health

Vitamin D recommendations for a healthy body will never get you there. The 800 IUs of vitamin D is not enough to help. Why do I say that? Vitamin D Recommendations,for%20people%20over%2070%20years. Recommends 400 IUs (International Units) for children under … Continue reading

Excess Vitamin D and Your Health

The sunshine vitamin D3 (VD3) is critical for our health. Most Americans and another billion people in the world are deficient in VD3. That deficiency can bring on many health issues such as osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment, cancer, and … Continue reading

Control Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

Will a good diet prevent Alzheimer’s?  Probably not!  Because our foods contain many products that allow Alzheimer’s to develop – or – they exacerbate conditions which make it worse.  Sugar, processed white flour, processed oils and milk products have all been shown to be factors … Continue reading