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Thursday, June 7, 2018 11:20 PM | Venöse Multiple Sklerose, CVI & SVI, CCSVI Volg link
Oldie but Goodie by Shane Ellison, Biochemist

,Stinky Sulfur Award Warns about Unapproved “Vitamin D” Drug Disguised as Vitamin’

“..The Vitamin D Council states that we need to raise our levels of vitamin D. But what are optimum levels and who defines them?
Thanks to statistical contortionism, the real answers were buried faster than Dr. Oz drops down for pharmaceutical fellatio. But if you can understand “greater than and less than” math, you can cut the crap.

You need sunshine to be healthy, not vitamin D pills
Since 1997, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has shown that blood levels equal to or slightly greater than 15ng/ml of a substance known as 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25-D) are indicative of a healthy vitamin D level. This can easily be achieved from moderate sun exposure. You can slosh through all the studies that prove this if you want.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology Metabolism published the vitamin D levels of 93 healthy young adults who were regularly exposed to sunlight in Hawaii. The median 25-D level was 31.6ng/ml.
The Canadian Medical Association Journal revealed the average 25-D levels of a cross-section of healthy Calgary citizens. It was 23ng/ml.
Another study on healthy Bangladeshi women found that approximately 80% of the women had a 25-D level under 16ng/ml.
A 1992 study of healthy full-term infants from China revealed serum concentrations of 25-D ranging from an average of 5ng/ml to 14ng/ml...”

learn more about those criminal D-clown$: https://thepeopleschemist.com/stinky-sulfur-award-unapproved-drug-disguised-vitamin/
Stinky Sulfur Award Warns about Unapproved
The vitamin industry cannot be taken seriously. The well-known Vitamin D Council proves this. Their ability to shove falsified science down the throats of unsuspecting consumers makes even the most? read more »