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Keeping Your Body Healthy

Mike Del Maggio
 


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In the last 50 years, a lot of investigation has been undertaken to study the link between the effects that vitamin D has on cancer risks.

So in the 1950's some scientists premeditated weather situations and health statistics in warmer areas of the world to validate that more sunshine gives a richer supply of vitamin D which was the cause given for the lowest death rates from colon cancers in those areas. Many studies since then have established the existence of a positive link between vitamin D and calcium and the prevention of cancer, this can be prostate cancer right through to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. This is particularly true in cases of cancers.

In recent times there has been new evidence released from studies about how calcium and vitamin D prevent cancer. Scientists and researchers at Harvard University set-up tests with women who had not gone through menopause, it showed woman with elevated levels of vitamin D and calcium have a smaller likelihood of developing breast cancer than women with lower levels of these nutrients. When Harvard researchers began the second study they came to the same result, and resulted that vitamin D and calcium supplements facilitate with the diminution of different kinds of cancer. It is with these studies being carried out that we now have knowledge and proof to comprehend the benefits of calcium and vitamin D in regards to preventing cancer.

It was Otto Warburg that won the Nobel Prize in 1932 and came up with the assumption that cancer is caused by a deficiency of oxygen in the body. An alkaline level of pH 7.4 in the blood stream must be kept to help retain the bodies free oxygen supply. To preserve the alkaline in the body you should intake a recommended quantity of minerals in your daily diet, too little mineral consumption can lead to diabetes, arthritis and other unremitting diseases due to the fluids turning acidic from not enough oxygen being supplied.

Mike is a intermittent correspondent writing about Calcium Supplement for Goldshield, who sell a range of health supplements and products.

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