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Low vitamin D levels, depression linked in young women, new study shows
“Depression has multiple, powerful causes and if vitamin D is part of the picture, it is just a small part,” said Kerr, an associate professor in the School of Psychological Science at OSU. “But given how many people are affected by depression, any little inroad we can find could have an important impact on public health.”
Recommendation for vitamin D intake was miscalculated, is far too low, experts say
“Both these studies suggest that the IOM underestimated the requirement substantially,” said Garland. “The error has broad implications for public health regarding disease prevention and achieving the stated goal of ensuring that the whole population has enough vitamin D to maintain bone health.”
The recommended intake of vitamin D specified by the IOM is 600 IU/day through age 70 years, and 800 IU/day for older ages. “Calculations by us and other researchers have shown that these doses are only about one-tenth those needed to cut incidence of diseases related to vitamin D deficiency,” Garland explained.
Robert Heaney, M.D., of Creighton University wrote: “We call for the NAS-IOM and all public health authorities concerned with transmitting accurate nutritional information to the public to designate, as the RDA, a value of approximately 7,000 IU/day from all sources.”
“This intake is well below the upper level intake specified by IOM as safe for teens and adults, 10,000 IU/day,” Garland said. Other authors were C. Baggerly and C. French, of GrassrootsHealth, a voluntary organization in San Diego CA, and E.D. Gorham, Ph.D., of UC San Diego.”
Small talk with big potential: Bacterial conversation counteracts antibiotic damage
” Scientists have shown that bacteria living in the intestine both ‘talk’ and ‘listen’ to each other. Using small molecules in place of words, these microbial conversations changed the numbers of certain species of bacteria in the gut and started to restore the huge damage caused by lasting antibiotic treatment”
Infant gut bacteria and food sensitization: Associations in the first year of life
“New light has been shed on changes in intestinal bacteria of infants that can predict future development of food allergies or asthma. The research reveals that infants with a fewer number of different bacteria in their gut at three months of age are more likely to become sensitized to foods such as milk, egg or peanut by the time they are one year old.”
Babylonian Health System
Medications used to treat diabetes may trigger heart failure, study finds
“A comprehensive study examining clinical trials of more than 95,000 patients has found that glucose or sugar-lowering medications prescribed to patients with diabetes may pose an increased risk for the development of heart failure in these patients.”
Same mercury used in vaccines conclusively linked to causing autoimmune disorders
“All forms of mercury are toxic. Ethyl mercury is 1,000 times MORE toxic once it enters the cells, according to mercury expert Dr. Chris Shade. (Listen to interview here.) But methyl mercury is believed by some to have a stronger bioaccumulative effect than ethyl mercury, thus making it more toxic. However, published research shows that both forms of mercury cross the blood-brain barrier and A new study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives provides fresh insight into why millions of people living in the developed world today suffer from severe autoimmune disorders that were virtually unheard of before the advent of vaccines.”
Chemotherapy kills cancer patients faster than no treatment at all
“After investigating this further, Dr. Jones found that cancer patients who underwent chemotherapy actually died more quickly, in most cases, than those who followed their doctors’ recommendations by getting the treatment. A few number-crunching efforts later and Dr. Jones exposed a fact that the conventional cancer industry doesn’t want the world to know about its multi-billion-dollar cash cow.”
Study Reveals Why It’s Likely You’re Not Getting Enough Vitamin E
Resveratrol, found in red grapes, may help prevent memory loss in the elderly
Because both humans and animals show a decline in cognitive capacity after middle age, the findings may have implications for treating memory loss in the elderly. Resveratrol may even be able to help people afflicted with severe neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.
GMO and Contaminated Food
General Mills Starts Pulling Preservatives After Assault From Food Babe Army
Your physical health is very important, but of even greater importance is your spiritual health. Man suffers from a fatal spiritual disease called sin, which always leads to death.
Romans 6:23 For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.