Vitamin D – It’s Not What We’ve Been Told [VIDEO]

ER Editor:  We’ve been bumping into a few articles lately concerning the hormone Vitamin D, its critical importance for our health, and how the official information we’re given on it is basically misleading. To the likely detriment of our health, of course.

Here’s the first in a series with the UK’s Dr. John Campbell discussing a 2019 scientific study on therapeutic use of high dose Vitamin D in a 15-minute video.

Readers familiar with the topic of geoengineering / weather modification / chemtrails will appreciate the significance of creating a sun-blocking plasma layer, formerly known as ‘clouds’ in relation to this piece.


Dr. John Campbell

The study is linked to just below.

The take away message here is the amount of Vitamin D we NATURALLY produce in our skin when we’re outside on a sunny day, which is about 25,000 IU.

Deficiency is linked to a number of diseases, such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), heart disease, colon cancer, immune system dysfunction, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, depression, and other forms of cancer. So UV exposure on a daily basis is important.

Why didn’t we get this information earlier? Vitamin D is both cheap and efficacious. Supplementation used to be recommended at 5,000 to 10,000 IU/day. Today it is very low at 400 IU. Sick patients may be given 20,000 to 50,000 IU/day or even 60,000. In the study, no evidence of hypercalcemia was found in the blood at these doses, which is a concern with Vitamin D. This is a key finding. The study found that those taking high doses of Vit. D showed dramatically higher levels than in those who weren’t (see the numbers given), yet blood calcium levels were almost identical.

Conclusion: long-term daily doses (for several years) of between 5,000 IU/day and 50,000 IU/day appear to be SAFE.

In the study, it took a whole year for Vit. D levels to plateau. Patients taking 10,000 IU/day plateaud at 96 ng/ml after 12 months with no adverse reactions reported. 100 ng/ml is considered the upper limit.

There is no question that public health authorities should be recommending increases in our levels of Vitamin D.

When are we going to begin using inexpensive preparations where there is evidence of efficacy? The knowledge is there but not the political will.

LINK to scientific paper



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