Dr. Dave McCarthy: D for Deficiencies, D for Diseases

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0:05:53  Vitamins are considered by both clinicians and patients as optional. Most people seem to believe that if they eat a balanced diet and have a good lifestyle, that that’s all they need to do. But as soon you start studying the deficiencies states, you realize you can’t eat your way to a normal Vitamin D level. And for the vast majority of people, you’re not gonna be able to get it throughout the year, trying to get it from the sun. Continue reading “Dr. Dave McCarthy: D for Deficiencies, D for Diseases”

Dr Mercola on COVID-19, Vitamin D and Metabolic Flexibility

Timestamps
Will There Be a Second or Third Wave 01:50
Why Is Vitamin D So Important 08:00
How Vitamin D Levels Affect Coronavirus Outcomes 12:35
Did the Summer Reduce Cases 18:30
Optimal Level of Vitamin D 21:17
How to Prevent Getting Sunburnt 27:06
Dangers of Bad Fats and Seed Oils 28:30
Other Nutrients That Support Vitamin D 33:18
How to Achieve Metabolic Flexibility 36:15
Time Restricted Eating 41:50
Vitamin D Foods and Sunlight 44:15
Hydrogen Peroxide [nebulized] for Infections 50:00
Other Immune Strengthening Strategies 55:45

55:50 Cold showers for deep sleep
57:35 NAC

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Vitamin D Deficiency By Race

Only 3% of black and Hispanic women have healthy D levels; only 19% of whites > 40 ng/ml! 50 ng/ml is safe from Covid, and 80-100 ng/ml is ideal.

From: grassrootshealth.net

The chart below shows vitamin D serum levels in US women of childbearing age (18-45 years), by race/ethnicity, based on data from NHANES 2009-2010. 87% of the population had levels BELOW the 40 ng/ml recommended for a healthy pregnancy.

Vitamin D RDA was miscalculated – should be 7,000 IU, not 400 IU

RDA was miscalculated – should be 7,000 IU, not 400 IU

Linda Benskin: In addition, there’s a statistical error that’s been pointed out by two different statisticians and confirmed by a third that says that the amount of the US RDA is off by a factor of close to 10. It’s not just a decimal error movement, it’s a more complicated statistical error than that. But the US RDA should probably be closer to 7000 international units rather than 400 to 800 international units. Continue reading “Vitamin D RDA was miscalculated – should be 7,000 IU, not 400 IU”

Vitamin D & Tanning: UVA Rays Tan, UVB Produce Vitamin D – UVB blocked by windows and atmosphere (lower sun angle in winter)

Being able to tan in winter in some areas far away from the equator doesn’t mean we’re getting vitamin D. They’re not directly related. Tanning rays (UVA) more easily pass through the atmosphere. UVA rays can also pass through glass, but not UVB.

High altitude decreases the atmosphere (ozone, etc), which could allow vitamin D producing rays (UVB) to get through in winter far from the equator, if high enough and not too far north or south.

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Overview UV and vitamin D

• UVB decreases faster than UVA when far from equator or winter season Continue reading “Vitamin D & Tanning: UVA Rays Tan, UVB Produce Vitamin D – UVB blocked by windows and atmosphere (lower sun angle in winter)”

Vitamin D/ UV Calculator — Minutes of Sun Exposure Needed for Your Location & Time

Related: Dr. Ryan Cole recommends dminder phone app

Anchorage, Alaska is 61° latitude

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From: How much sunshine do you need to get your Vitamin D?

A COOL TOOL: THE VITAMIN D/UV CALCULATOR

Scientists at the Norwegian Institute for Air Research have devised a calculator that will take all those factors into consideration and estimate how many minutes of exposure you need for your skin to produce 25 mcg (the equivalent of 1,000 International Units) of vitamin D. Continue reading “Vitamin D/ UV Calculator — Minutes of Sun Exposure Needed for Your Location & Time”

Study: No Toxicity Seen with 5,000 to 50,000 IU Vitamin D per Day

The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Volume 189, May 2019, Pages 228-239

Daily oral dosing of vitamin D3 using 5000 TO 50,000 international units a day in long-term hospitalized patients: Insights from a seven year experience

Highlights

• Daily dosing with vitamin D ranged from 5000 IU/day to 50,000 IU/day.
• No cases of hypercalcemia observed using these doses of vitamin D for up to 7 years. Continue reading “Study: No Toxicity Seen with 5,000 to 50,000 IU Vitamin D per Day”

(4-Min Vid) Vitamin D levels with Dr. Roger Seheult and Dr. Rhonda Patrick 

Is there an Optimal Daily Dose of Vitamin D for Immune Function?

This short, educational video features Dr. Roger Seheult and Dr. Rhonda Patrick as they discuss how to assess vitamin D requirements for immune function and its toxicity potential.

Vitamin D for Immune Function – How much to take, and what is too much?

Here is a quick summary of what this video discusses, along with additional information and details from GrassrootsHealth: Continue reading “(4-Min Vid) Vitamin D levels with Dr. Roger Seheult and Dr. Rhonda Patrick “

Dr. Dan Stock: Treating Covid Late with Active Vitamin D | d.velop – calcifediol

Source article of this video:  LIVE: Texas COVID-19 Summit: COVID-19 Vaccines: Are They Safe and Effective? 

Fast Acting Vitamin D When Sick with Covid

Active form, 25-hydroxy vitamin D, calcifediol [kal″sĭ-fĕ-di´ol]

d.velop sold online and in some pharmacies — $20/box

DOSAGE WHEN ILL with Covid if too low vitamin D:
Day 1: 54 tablets = 130,000 iu total
Day 3 & 7 and every 7 days thereafter: 27 tablets = 65,000 iu per dose

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Fluoride Lowers IQ: 72 Studies

FLUORIDE & IQ: 72 STUDIES

Fluoride Action Network | Updated by Ellen Connett | updated December 2, 2021

As of November 2021, a total of 80 studies have investigated the relationship between fluoride and human intelligence. Of these investigations, 72 studies have found that elevated fluoride exposure is associated with reduced IQ in humans, while over 60 animal studies have found that fluoride exposure impairs the learning and/or memory capacity of animals. The human studies, which are based on IQ/cognitive examinations of 26,954 children (69 studies) and 689 adults (3 studies), provide compelling evidence that fluoride exposure during the early years of life can damage a child’s developing brain. For a discussion of the 8 studies that did not find an association between fluoride and IQ, click here.

ALL 72 STUDIES

Nearly half of adults in the U.S. have hypertension or high blood pressure – 108 million

Hypertension Guide | Nearly half of Americans have hypertension, many don’t know it, and under half have it under control

By Amy Blake
June 11th, 2021

Hypertension, more commonly known as high blood pressure (BP) in adults, is usually defined as “systolic blood pressure (SBP) of 140 Hg or higher, or diastolic blood pressure (DBP) of 90 mm Hg or higher” by the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) [1]. Nearly half of adults in the United States (108 million, or 45%) have hypertension, while one-third of Americans with high blood pressure don’t even know it, and over half of US adults with hypertension DO NOT have it under control, [2] neglecting to take medication regularly. According to the CDC, in 2018 nearly 500,000 deaths in the United States included high blood pressure as a primary or contributing cause. This is why the early detection of high blood pressure is a crucial aspect of health management.

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