How To Reduce Your Risk For Cancer By 50%, For 3 Pennies Daily

Cancer is a traitor within. Once the cells start growing, it is difficult to stop their rapid replication. So, for cancer, prevention is better than cure and one of the ways is affordable and effective! Not only is it proven to reduce the risk by 50% ...

So I’ve got a simple tip for you today, that can reduce your risk of various cancers by up to 50% or more, for about $1-$2 a month, that’s roughly 3 pennies daily.

Experiments1 have shown that vitamin D can slow the growth of cancer cells, stimulate cell death, reduce blood vessel growth to tumors, decrease inflammation, and stimulate the body’s immune system.

And if you already have cancer, taking vitamin D along with Chemotherapy, will allow you to live 50% longer.2

Vitamin D helps all sorts of cancers and tumors growth. However, more specifically it seems to work best on the colon, prostate, and breast cancer.3 So well that optimal Vitamin D levels can help reduce your risk for getting these cancers by up to 50% or even more!

Vitamin D has lots of health benefits, in addition to the cancer avoidance factor, such as:

  • Bone and teeth health
  • Reduce hair loss
  • Improving immune, brain, and nervous system
  • Improves your mood
  • Reduces infection and the flu by 40%4
  • Reduces risk for diabetes
  • etc…

95% Are Deficient

Now, what’s important to note is that most people, well over 95%… are deficient in Vitamin D or don’t have optimal levels.

In a blood test, most labs have a range of 30-100 ng/mL as optimal, while being less than 25 is being “deficient.” The “cancer prevention/reduction” optimal levels are over 50 ng/mL and I actually prefer people to be over 70 ng/mL.

Best Way To Get Your Vitamin D – The SUN

The best way to get your Vitamin D is through the sun. I don’t care what anyone says, the sun is amazingly powerful and healing. EVERY organism and animal requires what the sun has to offer.

Sadly, even people who are living in sunny climates, for example, California or Nevada, are still very deficient in Vitamin D. Remember, even if the sun is out, most of us are NOT outside to get enough sun exposure.

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Plus, most people are deathly afraid of the sun, thinking they’ll get skin cancer — which is a big LIE.

It’s true, that the sun will accelerate wrinkles. So, what I suggest is to cover your face, neck, and upper chest by wearing a big hat to prevent the sun from hitting those areas where we don’t want any wrinkles.

And maybe cover your hands, especially for women… since they can also wrinkle and show signs of aging.

I would rather you do NOT wear sunblock since they’re filled with bad chemicals.

Instead, go get some sun on the rest of your body parts — arms, shoulders, legs, back, and so forth. Do it for 15-30 minutes daily. Do NOT burn. Start low and build up.

Second Best Way To Get Your Vitamin D – Supplements

With all of that said, the next best way and the one which will be most convenient for us is through supplements. Even though, the sun will accelerate the absorption of the supplement as well… so still try to get some sunlight.

You want to purchase Vitamin D3, not D2 or any other forms. Take about 5,000 units daily. I take 10,000 units daily. But I also take 1 or 2 days OFF every week.

Of course, the best way to know how much you need is with a blood test. Try to get your levels over 50 ng/mL and preferably between 70-100 ng/mL.

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Take it in the morning, with food.

What About Food Sources?

Lastly, you may be thinking, “can I get it from foods” and yes, you can. But, you’re just not going to get enough and it’s not consistent. It’s just easier and a better, long-term solution to just take it in pill form and try to get more natural sunlight.

Summary

So in summary, increase your Vitamin D – through the sun and supplements. You’ll reduce your risk of cancer, look, and feel younger too.

Don’t wear sunscreen. Instead, wear a big hat to cover your face, neck and upper chest to avoid wrinkles.

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Get direct sunlight on your shoulders, arms, back, and legs, for about 15-30 minutes daily. Do NOT burn.

Get your blood levels to over 50 ng/mL and preferably 70.

  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14619976
  2. http://www.dana-farber.org/Newsroom/News-Releases/new-study-shows-high-vitamin-D-levels-increases-survival-of-patients-with-metastatic-colorectal-cancer.aspx?_ga=2.30852159.1888616646.1535908866-272980683.1535908866
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1470481/
  4. http://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/070114p48.shtml