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Jan 23rd 2024

Sign a Petition Demanding the CDC Tell the Truth about Vitamin D

. . . Vitamin D prevents the flu! The Alliance for Natural Health is challenging the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other government agencies to fulfill their obligation to the public to tell them the truth about the role vitamin D can play in preventing the flu and many other health problems. Over the past decade, a huge amount of research has shown that the role of vitamin D in health goes far beyond helping calcium to build bone (the only benefit government agencies acknowledge). In fact it’s hard to think of a chronic disease that isn’t powerfully affected by vitamin D. Your immune system cannot work without sufficient vitamin D, and some experts even consider winter flu a vitamin D deficiency disease. Yet the CDC continues to push flu shots, which are toxic to the human body, when non-toxic and even more effective natural alternatives are readily available. Because vitamin D impacts so many body functions, including immunity, at Beyond Health we strongly urge everyone to find out what their blood levels are with a test called the 25(OH)D test. If your levels are low, contact our office for help in getting them up into the “high-normal” range. Vitamin D deficiency is a major factor in our epidemic of chronic disease. The most recent Harvard Heart Letter confirms that 1/3 of all Americans of all ages have 25(OH)D levels of less than 20ng/ml. Vitamin D experts believe a healthy level is 50ng/ml or more. Click here to read more about the petition and to sign on.
Alliance for Natural Health. Help end the government’s shameful silence about Vitamin D—the natural way to prevent and treat flu including swine flu! Accessed November 2, 2012.




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