Cancer doesn’t typically develop overnight, which means you have a chance to make changes that can potentially prevent cancer from developing in the first place. Most of us carry around microscopic cancer cell clusters in our bodies all the time.
The reason why we all don’t develop cancer is because as long as your body has the ability to balance angiogenesis properly, it will prevent blood vessels from forming to feed these microscopic tumors. Trouble will only arise if, and when, the cancer cells manage to get their own blood supply, at which point they can transform from harmless to deadly. It’s much easier to prevent cancer than to treat it once it takes hold.
There is scientific evidence you can decrease your risk of cancer by more than half simply by optimizing your vitamin D levels with appropriate sun exposure. Your serum level should hold steady at 50 to 70 ng/ml, but if you are being treated for cancer, it should be closer to 80 to 90 ng/ml for optimal benefit.
If you take oral vitamin D and have cancer, it would be very prudent to monitor your vitamin D blood levels regularly, as well as supplementing with vitamin K2, as K2 deficiency is actually what produces the symptoms of vitamin D toxicity.
The USDA RDA for Vitamin is WAY too low at 400IU daily. Just getting 15 minutes of sun can produce up to 4000-5000IU depending on your skin melanin levels. I live in a sunny place (Hawaii) so I get plenty of sun exposure. During the summer, I take about 2000IU daily and in the winter, up to 5000IU daily. I haven't been sick in over a decade and no one can tell my real age. Combined with other good health practices, I agree that Vitamin D is essential to empowering the body to heal itself.
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