(NaturalHealth365) Ideally, the entire human body ought to work together, as a harmonious system, keeping us safe from harm and pain-free – all the days of our life. Naturally, if one part of the body doesn’t work well, it will affect other areas of the body. Having said that, oddly enough, most people have no idea how a simple vitamin D deficiency can influence liver and kidney function, in a negative way. →
(NaturalHealth365) Depending on how many years young you are, you may remember when vitamin D started gaining popularity in Western medicine for its bone-protecting qualities. But, in recent years, conventionally-trained healthcare providers are starting to realize the greater threat a lack of vitamin D can have on immune function and overall well-being. →
(NaturalHealth365) The evidence is overwhelming, yet rarely addressed properly by Western medicine. Researchers have warned (for years!) that low vitamin D levels dramatically increase your risk of premature death from any cause – especially if your blood levels are lower than 30 mg/nl.
(NaturalHealth365) You rely on sunscreen to prevent skin damage, painful burns and to reduce the risk of skin cancer caused by overexposure to the sun. But, most people don’t realize that toxic sunscreen products contain chemicals – which cause more harm than good. And, the sunscreen industry would like you to remain uninformed about the health risks.
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(NaturalHealth365) Vitamin D deficiency has become a global health problem, and more than one billion people across the world are either vitamin D insufficient or deficient. Studies have found that a deficiency in the “sun vitamin” can lead to health problems like poor glycemic control, obesity and hypertension. In fact, a chronic vitamin D deficiency can contribute to the development of certain types of cancer.
(NaturalHealth365) Did you know that the cost of healthcare increases – every year – by 5% in men and 3% in women for every inch of belly fat? In fact, according to a Danish study, women with over 37 inches around their waist are likely to pay way more money compared to women with an…Read more