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Sallie Q
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 Posted: Mon May 16th, 2016 22:07

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thank you, Claudia  :)
Health seekers of the world, get real   :D

ooooooooooooooo i hate it when i think i am adding something near the end of a page, then it turns up at the top of one, and i can not delete :(

this is Claudia's quote... deserves to be on top :)

Indeed. Jamie Oliver said it best. "Real food doesn't have ingredients, real food is ingredients."

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 Posted: Tue Jun 21st, 2016 14:29

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Vitamin D may not be the great solution to health problems

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/06/160616120528.htm

"Allan believes much of that stems from misplaced trust in previous research studies showing low vitamin D levels are associated with poor health outcomes, however they don't prove causation"


"The 40 year old person is highly unlikely to benefit from vitamin D," says Allan. "And when I say highly unlikely, I mean it's not measurable in present science."

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 Posted: Thu Jul 21st, 2016 12:33

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UK still in the slow lane!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-36846894



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 Posted: Thu Jul 21st, 2016 13:56

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http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11606-016-3645-y

Review Paper
Journal of General Internal Medicine
July 2016, Volume 31, Issue 7, pp 780-791
First online: 07 March 2016
Vitamin D: A Narrative Review Examining the Evidence for Ten Beliefs
  • G. Michael Allan 
  • , Lynda Cranston
  • , Adrienne Lindblad
  • , James McCormack
  • , Michael R. Kolber
  • , Scott Garrison
  • , Christina Korownyk
Evidence does not support the use of vitamin D supplementation for the prevention of cancer, respiratory infections or rheumatoid arthritis.

Similarly, evidence does not support vitamin D supplementation for the treatment of multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis or for improving depression/mental well-being.

Regular testing of 25-hydroxyvitamin D is generally not required, and mega-doses (≥300,000 IU) appear to increase harms.

Much of the evidence is at high risk of bias, with multiple flaws, including analyses of secondary endpoints, small and underpowered studies, inconsistent results and numerous other issues.

Therefore, enthusiasm for a vitamin D panacea should be tempered.



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 Posted: Fri Jul 22nd, 2016 00:12

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-36846894

Yesterday, the UK tv news media repeated a whole litany of reasons why we should start supplementing Vitamin D from the age of one year old.

A small child with severe walking issues was featured, said to have recovered from rickets following a course of vitamin D. His before and after xrays were shown but his doctor conceded that his case was 'extreme'.  We are then told that if we wish to prevent a mass return of rickets cases we should follow the new guidelines issued today.

I suppose the news item did try to be balanced presenting the pros and cons, typically from what seemed to be older regurgitated 'studies', but failed to responsibly remind the viewer to seek medical advice before starting a course of D.  Living in the UK in winter was partly to blame for the huge number of deficiencies, well maybe, concluding that there isn't that much compelling evidence to validate the dramatic chimes of doom..



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The first wearable daylight, sunlight and vitamin D coach in the world! :P

https://www.holstcentre.com/news---press/2016/helios/

"smart ring gives wearers feedback on the amount of sunlight they receive and how much vitamin D they create"

"The Helios app (iOS and Android) shows daily vitamin D production, and lets you know when you have reached the recommended daily minimum amount."

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Sigh... :X

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Vitamin D deficiency widely overestimated

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2016/11/10/vitamin-d-deficiency-is-widely-overestimated-doctors-warn.html



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http://www.itv.com/news/2016-11-24/evidence-does-not-back-vitamin-d-supplements-says-bmj/

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yea NZ
punching above its weight, as usual (my Dad was a Kiwi)



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"Vitamin D can prevent autism" or at least that is what the Dutch newspaper headlines tell us today.. :X

http://www.telegraaf.nl/gezondheid/27178845/__Vitamine_D_kan_autisme_voorkomen__.html

paper:
http://www.nature.com/mp/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/mp2016213a.html

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Conflicting reports Ron, those last two.......
Maybe it says more about the way of examining.......or who is doing the examination.......or?



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http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/12/prweb13931584.htm

Discover the Clinical Significance of 1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D Testing in Upcoming DiaSorin Webinar

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In this webinar, hosted by LabRoots on December 7, attendees will gain a better understanding of the role of several hormones, including 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D play in calcium and phosphate homeostasis.



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Looks like an association study to me.  The Dutch news article is, no doubt, the usual misinterpretation of association as cause and effect.

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Possibly so. Initially I was excited because they were looking at D125, but I've sorta given up on TPTB. Sigh.

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so, we could turn this "wearable vitamin D coach" around and use it to more accurately detect exposure, kind of like a Geiger counter...just thinking outside the room...:) I wonder if they would consider a group discount for those on the protocol? we could also do some research and give guidelines for its use.



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Hi BookDad!

Probably a good idea to wear a microwave detector around. Even when the sun is down and everyone stays inside even darkened rooms, most are bathed with immune function suppression via cell towers.

We can get out of the sun and control light rather nicely. Those EMF waves are a lot more pervasive.

The new wireless "craze" is wearing a collar-wrapping wring with earbuds:
https://www.cnet.com/topics/headphones/best-headphones/best-wireless-neckband-headphones-of-2016/

It basically equates to central processing brain & spinal column constant, direct proximity immune-numbing actions. (Please don't buy these for your children and grand children.)

....

I guess on the upside we can look forward to ever younger and more sick folks hitting the web to find solutions to their illness.

On the downside, it is going to take a lot of convincing for masses of humanity to give up this tech toy.



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Illness will get worse but they will blame everything else but their tech toys.



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ok good to know! thanks!



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 Posted: Fri Dec 23rd, 2016 17:39

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Trudy is temporarily out of microwave sniffers at the moment. I need to get some more to her after Christmas. The new OKcell rechargeable batteries are starting to come more readily available. These recharge from a micro-USB cable (like we used on the CWS) and allow you to leave the sniffer on without fear of flattening the battery...


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