Researchers addressing vitamin D and its role in cancer prevention suggest that maintaining an optimal level [of Vitamin D] would prevent approximately 58,000 new cases of breast cancer in the United States and Canada, based on observational studies combined with a randomized trial.” 5
Many chronic health conditions have an underlying common denominator of vitamin D insufficiency. Determining and monitoring vitamin D levels is especially important for assessing those with metabolic and cardiovascular conditions. Vitamin D deficiency can affect people of all ages.
Vitamin D is a vital component of your health status. Results range from deficient, insufficient, sufficient/optimal, to potential toxicity in an easy to understand, color coded scale. With these results, Vitamin D blood levels can be determined and monitored to effectively provide proper dietary supplementation.
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6 Schwalfenberg G. Not enough vitamin D - Health consequences for Canadians. Can Fam Physician. May 2007; 53(5): 841–854.
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