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Vitamin D Deficiency, What Are The Risks? - Dr. Sorenson (VIDEO)

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Dr. Sorenson shares the risks associated with vitamin D deficiency.

Dr. Sorenson, Ed.D.:
Well, for instance, we know the women who get the most sunlight and thereby have the highest vitamin D levels have a 65 percent reduced risk of breast cancer. So breast cancer is certainly a major problem with vitamin D deficiency. Other things are women who are vitamin D deficient tend to bear autistic children as we believe now that the primary cause of autism in children is the vitamin D deficiency. We had been scared out of the sunlight, totally frightened away from tanning beds, and we don’t take enough vitamin D supplementation to make up for it.

Ovarian cancer is another. Low vitamin D levels correlate very closely to ovarian cancer rates, and the higher we get the vitamin D levels, the lower the rate is in ovarian cancer. There are many others. Osteoporosis, we actually know there are elderly women now who have severe osteoporosis can to a great extent, reverse that osteoporosis and cut the risk of having a fracture by about 84 percent. So those are some of the major concerns that women have by having vitamin D deficiencies.

About Dr. Marc Sorenson, Ed.D.:
Dr. Marc Sorenson, Ed.D., and his wife, Vicki, developed one of the top health resorts in the world, known as National Institute of Fitness (NIF). During their time at NIF their clients lost over one hundred tons of fat. Two thirds of diabetic guests were free of all medication in less than two weeks, and many others recovered from high cholesterol, hypertension, lupus, arthritis, migraines, asthma and allergies.

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