vitamin-d

Vitamin SLASHES Liver Cancer Risk 50%

There’s no type of cancer that’s good.

But liver cancer is especially bad.

It spreads quickly and kills more than 24,000 Americans every single year.

But research proves that a simple vitamin can cut your liver cancer risk by a whopping 50 percent – and it could boost your chances of surviving cancer you already have.

You won’t want to miss this life-saving information.

Research published in BMJ Today confirmed that higher vitamin D levels can slash liver cancer risk in half!

The study analyzed data from 33,736 Japanese adults – aged 40 to 69 – and monitored them for an average of 16 years.

People with the highest vitamin D levels had a 50 percent reduced rate of liver cancer.

And this isn’t the only research that has turned up such exciting results.

A study published in JAMA Oncology revealed that patients with the highest vitamin D levels had the best chance of surviving cancer.

And high vitamin D levels have been found to reduce incidence of breast and other cancers, as well.

Of course, this all makes sense. Vitamin D helps lower inflammation (which is connected to cancer) and it helps jumpstart your immune system.

Vitamin D can even help protect against Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, depression, and more.

There are several ways you can boost your vitamin D levels:

  • Vitamin D supplements can be purchased at your local health food store.
  • Get at least 20 minutes of direct sunlight every day.
  • Add vitamin D-rich foods – like mushrooms, cold-water fish, eggs, and soy – to your diet.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health