Vitamin D3

The following is a quote from Dr. Sherry Rogers in the October 2015 Total Wellness Newsletter we subscribe to:

“You will see many studies proving that regardless of how near death people were, how antibiotic resistant they were, how riddled with infection, and how hopeless their situations looked, if they were given nutrients, well over half of near-death ICU folks survived. These were people who were in intensive care units in the best hospitals in the world with the top specialists. In desperation, someone thought of revving up their nutritional status so they could fight off the lethal bugs. In some studies that I’ve reported to you literally pennies of nutrients produced over 57% survival in ICU folks who were all supposed to die of overwhelming antibiotic-resistant sepsis. No drug has this power.

Meanwhile, this exemplary (anti-vitamin D) paper merely highlighted the inexplicable ignorance of the researchers. It showed they were unschooled in the scores of studies proving over a decade ago that

(1) the “norm” for vitamin D is not correct (see TW 2013-2014 for the evidence that the commercial lab values are not normal, but grossly inferior and incapable of healing anything but rickets), and

2) that there is an epidemic deficiency of vitamin D across all socio- economic levels in the United States (some researchers claim as much as 80% of the people are dangerously deficient in vitamin D).

Furthermore, (3) you cannot heal anything, from recurrent heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, cancers, or recurrent infections without sufficient vitamin D.

But as a result of this faulty study it has become fuel for the rationing of care. Now insurance companies can fall back on this“prestigious” Journal of the American Medical Association article and use it to justify denial of coverage for vitamin D blood tests! Make sure you get about 10,000 IU of Vitamin D3.” End Quote

I met Dr. Rogers when I attended a conference with Dr. Speckhart in Orlando back in 2005.  She has a history of emphasizing preventative care for her patients.

Creation’s Nutrients sells Vitamin D3 and this is where my wife and I obtain the product:  We are very satisfied with the quality, formulation, and price.  Not all products have the same quality and formulation.

Based on Dr. Rogers’ recommendation, we are upping our dosage from 5,000 IU to 10,000 IU per day.  I would rather spend a few extra bucks on prevention than possibly paying my deductible for a cure.


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