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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 13:01

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Thanks!  I love my coffee, but, I'll give that a try Dr Marshall.. maybe the coffee is effecting my progress!  I hope I can find vitamin D free powdered milk without having to go online. 



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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 13:18

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Reading this thread I finally am going to give up coffee.

I knew since on the MP coffee is suppressing the immunefunction, but.....:?

From now on only Droste!

Giving up things sometimes need time too :)

Thank you Dr. Marshall!

Last edited on Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 13:18 by Limburg



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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 13:25

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Chris, all milk powder in the stores seems to be 'fortified'.
I use this stuff:
http://www.americanspice.com/catalog/20538/Whole_Milk_Powder.html

but there are other types available online, I think.

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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 15:44

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I have been using "Bob's Red Mill" Non Fat Dry Milk Powder You can find it at Whole Foods and some small health markets.
They have a full line of of flours and baking mix's too.
I have not contacted the makers but my 25D levels have dropped in spite of drinking it regularly.



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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 16:12

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Thanks.. we have a organic grocery here in San Francisco that carries Organic Valley non-fat powdered milk .. with NO vitamin D.  They also carry a bulk powdered whole milk from Humboldt Creamery but they could not tell me if it had D added.  Does non-fat or whole make much difference in hot chocolate??



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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 16:32

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ChrisMavo wrote: Does non-fat or whole make much difference in hot chocolate??
Only to the taste. You might prefer one or the other :)
 

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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 18:12

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http://www.smccd.net/accounts/case/chocolate.html

Found this today. Makes me wonder about eating chocolate at all, due to the potential bacterial content.



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 Posted: Fri Apr 22nd, 2011 23:36

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While I agree we should not be careless in choosing our food and should avoid highly infected food... I also know that ANY food we take in has SOME bacteria on it!  We have to depend on our immune system to protect us from these pathogens.  I know of no way to eat a totally bacteria-free diet ... nor would I enjoy doing so!  And I most certainly am NOT giving up my chocolate!! :D



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 Posted: Sat Apr 23rd, 2011 06:16

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Due to the really bad bandwidth where I live (at least I think this is the reason)
I cannot follow the web conference live, so instead have to watch the recording.

I cannot find a recording from the 16th Apr.
Where can I find it if recorded?

Thank you!

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 Posted: Sat Apr 23rd, 2011 07:16

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Titta,

Apparently there was some problem with the internet connection so they did not get a good archive recording.

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 Posted: Sun Apr 24th, 2011 11:16

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Hello,
I had a thought the other day. Just wanted to post about it ,and see if there is any possible credibility to my thought processes?

So we all know that Vit D is produced when exposed to sunlight. We all have been informed that Vit D is really a seco steroid. "Although it is CALLED a Vitamin." It is truly wrongly named.
Is it possible that the body produces the "NATURAL STEROID" aka Vit D, to reduce inflammation that could be caused by the sun's ability to burn our skin?

It just made sense to me, I used to lay out as a young man, and would burn to the point that my skin would get inflamed, I would think a natural anti inflammatory would be genius for the body to control that inflammation.
Just a thought, any proof or contradictions that are known about the subject?
Best --Terry Oh and a Happy Easter to all that celebrate.



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terrylmcc wrote: Is it possible that the body produces the "NATURAL STEROID" aka Vit D, to reduce inflammation that could be caused by the sun's ability to burn our skin?

From the bench to emerging new clinical concepts: Our present understanding of the importance of the vitamin D endocrine system (VDES) for skin cancer.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21519403

It is well accepted that growth and differentiation of keratinocytes and other cell types are regulated by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D(3) [1,25(OH)(2)D(3)], the active form of vitamin D. Moreover, growing evidence now indicates that the UV-B-mediated cutaneous photosynthesis of vitamin D [and the consecutive cutaneous production of 1,25(OH)(2)D(3))] represents an evolutionary highly-conserved endocrine system that protects the skin against environmental hazards that may promote skin cancerogenesis, including ultraviolet and ionizing radiation. It is the aim of this review to summarize our present understanding of the cutaneous vitamin D endocrine system (VDES) and its importance for the prevention of skin cancerogenesis.

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Thanks Bane! This seems like an important paper and in line with our understanding of the Vitamin D metabolism.

Maybe Paul is able to retrieve to full text?

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Full text here:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2014679/31018985.pdf

I'm going to take this down in the next couple days.

Paul



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 Posted: Fri Apr 29th, 2011 10:38

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Thank you Paul!

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 Posted: Fri Apr 29th, 2011 14:42

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Dropbox is blocked by the Great Chinese Firewall. Can you email me a copy pse, Paul?

..trevor...
Youtube, Vimeo, all images from Wikipedia, are blocked too. Hmmm....
 
 

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Hi, could someone please point me to studies showing that B-vitamins are immuno-suppressive ?
This was mentioned in a web-conference (back in March I believe).
Thanks very much !!

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There are now many publications on Vit B actions. You might like to start here:

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/731177

and this:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8143940

..Trevor..
 

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 Posted: Wed May 4th, 2011 11:00

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Or here:
http://mpkb.org/home/othertreatments/vitamins

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 Posted: Wed May 4th, 2011 14:56

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Cant open the medscape article.  Can someone summarize in a couple sentences?  Thanks.



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