MICHAEL HORLICK 6 | Mayo; Harvard studies: MANY CANCERS REDUCED BY VITAMIN D
presents episode 837 | Dr Michael Horlick
2 studies: infants & toddlers…
-2000 IU a day
-50k IU a week
-for 6 weeks: perfectly safe
-4000 IU a day: NO TOXICITY
-serum calcium: NORMAL
-urinary calcium: NO CHANGE
Mayo Clinic study:
However, those with
-25OHD greater than 380 ng/mL
had calcium: 17.6 mg
“Vitamin D is safe.
OK to supplement & get sun
OK to eat salmon & get sun”
Vitamin D is a hormone…
-activated by kidneys
-calcium regulating tissues
have D receptors
-ALSO every tissue & cell!
-leukemic cells, given active
vitamin D: BECAME NORMAL
-Vitamin D could reduce
risk of cancers
Study: give 1000 IU a day…
-reduces colorectal cancer
Nurses with highest blood
level [45 ng/mL avg:
-50% lower breast cancer
Women 1100 IU a day
-over 4 years
-reduce all cancers 60%
-possible for prostate cells to
activate vitamin D
-many cells have capacity
to activate vitamin D
-regulates host of genes
-induce 24 hydroxylase
[enzyme that breaks down
1.25 OHD to inactive form] -beneficial, until inactive
Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/NuWC2d0mTbo
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