This is a huge presentation from GrassrootsHealth: Dose-Response of Vitamin D and a Mechanism for Prevention of Cancer, by Cedric F. Garland, Dr.P.H., Edward D. Gorham, M.P.H., Ph.D., Sharif B. Mohr, M.P.H., and Frank C. Garland, Ph.D.
There are a ton of slides here, so I’ll highlight a few of what I consider the most notable. First up, placebo vs. intervention. I’d call that significant.
Babes: protect those awesome boobies, wouldja — not to mention you very lives? Get your vitamin D levels above 30.
Smile. You’ve been duped by the “experts” and “authorities.” But at least they’ve got their grants from the drug companies. I’m sure that’ll work out for you in the end.
Here’s one of a great many of similar slides on various cancers illustrating the same thing. Get your level up to 30 and you reduce your risk by half. Get it up to 60-70 and you virtually eliminate your risk.
And here’s the mother load. Above 50, and your associative risk of cancer drops to 25%. For women, the real outlier is breast cancer. Get it above 60-70, sweethearts, and good luck. A high amount of fat in your diet isn’t going to hurt, either.