Vitamin D Deficiency, Professor Haney, Creighton University discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
Looks like from the studies. There's a tremendous risk associated with vitamin d deficiency. We don't have all the studies we need and we're doing those studies now, but it would be unethical to let people remain vitamin d deficient. While we're conducting all the studies we need to about heart health or bone health or breast held or prostate health or immune system. It would be unethical to let them wait vitamin d deficient. The problem is that many doctors use antiquated reference ranges, and so if you're levels thirty five they'll tell you. That's okay. It's not okay. Level needs to be fifty or higher. And to get that adults need five thousand units a day again for those just tuning it. I mentioned earlier, you know, I go through the health food store look at multivitamins most of them at best have four hundred I use. But when you're looking at the the vitamin d that you can buy by itself as a stand alone vitamin most or four hundred I use I saw a couple that were a thousand IU tablets, but again that falls far short of that five thousand number, and that's what you get with purity here, why is that so important. There's recently been a study by professor Haney at Creighton university that shows that when you get your level to fifty your body has enough for all the things that needs to do. And it begins to store a little bit of the vitamin d just like your ancestors used to store. So if your level is less than fifty your body is basically using up all the vitamin d as fast as you take it for all the things that need to think of vitamin d as a mountain spring with a pool at the top, right? The pool we've always known. About is calcium in bone and we've taken enough item and data halfway fill up that calcium in bone pool. But all the other pools.