New Study shows Vitamin D cuts risk of premature death in half

New Study shows Vitamin D cuts risk of premature death in half

A new research study is now reporting that low levels of Vitamin D in the blood could mean twice the risk of premature death compared with those who have high levels of Vitamin D.

The study involved data from 32 studies published between 1966 and 2013, reflecting a total of 566,583 participants from 14 countries, and was led by Cedric Garland, DrPH, from the Department of Family and Preventative Medicine at the University of California, San Diego. Garland states that two-thirds of the U.S. population suffers from low Vitamin D levels.

“Three years ago, the institute of Medicine concluded that have a too-low blood level of Vitamin D was hazardous,”  Garland said in a press statement. “This study supports that conclusion, but goes one step further. This new finding is based on the association of low Vitamin D with risk of premature death from all causes, not just done diseases.”

Study co-author Heath Hofflich, DO, of the UC San Diego School of Medicine, states that 4,000 International Units of Vitamin D per day is appropriate and safe. The researchers advise everyone to get their Vitamin D levels checked each year and also confer with their doctor regarding Vitamin D dosage requirements.

Vitamin D has shown to be effective on everything from lowering cancer risk, improving heart health, resolving depression, aiding fat loss, and improving health lifespan.

+++(Two servings of Bill Phillips’ STRONGEVITY Rx fitness and longevity supplement provides 4,000 IU of the highest quality, biologically active, cholecalciferol [Vitamin D3].)

Comments

  1. My doc said I was really low in Vitamin D. This is great news about Strongevity. Hopefully using it will improve things a lot. =) Thank you Bill for your tireless efforts to make the world better. I’m so grateful for everything you have done.

  2. Doesn’t being out in the sun give you your recommended dose of vitamin D??

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