Vco12101.pdf;jsessionid 1E5A3A293722EAAEE824802772F6C2F3. Vitamin D: not just bone, but also immunity. Coimbra protocol - High Doses of Vitamin D for autoimmune Diseases. Clinic for Autoimmune and Chronic Diseases. Material de apoio. Aqui você encontra uma espécie de “dossiê”, com artigos científicos e matérias jornalísticas falando sobre a relação da vitamina D com doenças autoimunitárias, em especial a esclerose múltipla, e também sobre outras questões que envolvem o tema, como os interesses financeiros da indústria farmacêutica.
Os benefícios da vitamina D (que na realidade é um pro-hormônio esteróide, não uma “vitamina”, conforme se sabe desde a década de 1930) para o combate à esclerose múltipla estão documentados em mais de 3.500 estudos publicados na literatura científica especializada (“Journal Sources”): Importante lembrar que há apenas 3 anos eram apenas 750 estudos publicados acumulados ao longo de mais de 40 anos de pesquisas, demonstrando a atenção rapidamente crescente que o meio científico tem dedicado ao assunto nos últimos anos. Seguem algumas publicações: A aparentemente inexplicável revolta ou indignação com que alguns profissionais [ou possíveis (?) Curtir isso: Curtir Carregando... MMS: Error. Newly discovered effects of vitamin D on cancer - ScienceBlog.com. Vitamins D3 and K2 - The Dynamic Duo - Riordan Clinic.
By Ron Hunninghake, MD Every fall, leading into winter, the sun sets further and further into the south.
The days get shorter and the sun’s rays diminish in duration and intensity. This is when D3—”the sunshine vitamin”—blood levels drop in sun-exposed mammals. That imperceptible signal results in profound behavioral changes that are easily observed in foxes, bears, and many other land roaming creatures: their activity slows while their foraging increases. They are fattening up their calorie stores for the long winter’s hibernation. With the advent of spring, the bright summer sun’s UVB rays once again bathe their skin and fur. Toxic levels of vitamin D - Vit D Council July 2010. Take vitamin D3. VitaminDWiki. Report_VitD. Vitamin D Supplement News You Can Use. Vitamin D and Alzheimer’s disease. What is Alzheimer’s disease?
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a condition that causes memory problems and other cognitive functions that cause unpredictable changes in behavior. Usually, it’s progressive, which means it develops slowly and worsens over time. AD is the most common form of dementia. Dementia is the medical word used for loss of cognitive function that is serious enough to interfere with an individual’s daily life. Currently, there is no cure for AD. There are two main changes that take place in the brain when an individual develops AD: Plaques, which are clusters of protein that build up between the nerve cells in the brain. What are the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease? Some of the main symptoms are: These are different than some normal changes that happen as an individual ages, such as occasionally forgetting names or losing things from time to time.
How common is Alzheimer’s disease? AD is very common; more than 5 million Americans are living with this disease. Preventing AD. www.grassrootshealth.net/media/download/12928garland021811.pdf. Vitamin D Action - Key Information and Resources. Page. Patent US7053074 - Prevention of ovarian cancer by administration of a Vitamin D compound - Google Patents. This application is a continuation of application 09/479,837 filed on Jan. 7, 2000, which is a continuation of application Ser.
No. 08/873,010, filed on Jun. 11, 1997, now issued as S. Pat. cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs-wm/26797.pdf. Effects of Vitamin E on Cognitive Performance during Ageing and in Alzheimer’s Disease. 1.
Introduction Free radicals are molecules containing a reactive unpaired electron. In biological models, the majority of free radicals contain an atom of oxygen and, therefore, are called reactive oxygen species (ROS) . ROS are mainly produced in mitochondria and represent important regulators of cell signaling and cell cycle progression . At high concentrations, however, ROS are detrimental and responsible for the biological damage that compromises cellular functions . AD is a chronic, progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by a functional decline in memory and other cognitive capabilities [11,12]. Does Sufficient Evidence Exist to Support a Causal Association between Vitamin D Status and Cardiovascular Disease Risk? An Assessment Using Hill’s Criteria for Causality.
“Vitamin D and Human Health: from the Gamete to the Grave”: Report on a meeting held at Queen Mary University of London, 23rd–25th April 2014. Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease. 1.
Introduction The main function of vitamin D relates to the development and maintenance of bone tissue. It is responsible for maintaining calcium and phosphorus homeostasis. Vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency has been observed worldwide at all stages of life. It has been characterized as a public health problem, since low concentrations of this vitamin has been linked to the pathogenesis of several chronic diseases with cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypertension, heart failure, atherosclerosis and peripheral arterial disease [1,2,3]. 2. www.osakidetza.euskadi.net/contenidos/informacion/cevime_infac/eu_miez/adjuntos/INFAC_Vol_20_n_2.pdf. The role of vitamin D in reducing cancer risk and progression : Nature Reviews Cancer. The ASCO Post. By Kathleen M.
Wesa, MD, and Barrie R. Cassileth, MS, PhD, Integrative Medicine Service, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New YorkJune 25, 2013, Volume 4, Issue 10 Figures: Integrative Oncology is guest edited by Barrie R. Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University. www.boneandcancerfoundation.org/pdfs/Vitamin_D_Booklet.pdf. What is the correct dose of vitamin D. Summary of dosing suggestions American Academy of Pediatrics recommends 400IU starting soon after birth and continuing through childhood and adolescence. 1000IU per day is the minimum dose that can be expected to significantly raise an adults Vitamin D level and is the current recommendation of the Canadian Cancer Society. 1000IU per day is considered conservative by experts in the field.
Breast cancer and vitamin D. Summary Breast cancer is a malignant tumor, which is caused by a group of cancerous cells growing in the breast and into other areas around it.
The stage of breast cancer depends on the size of the tumor, and if it has spread to other parts of the body. There are many things that can increase your chances of developing breast cancer. There are some things that you can’t change, like being female, and some things that you can change, like your weight or using birth control. Vitamin D the natural cancer cure. Written by Chris Woollams, CANCERactive.
(With contributions by Dr. Damien Downing) The last ten years has seen a huge body of research evidence showing that: Senior pets rejuvenated with vitamin D. Many stories of people helping their aging dogs, cats and other pets with Vitamin D Apparently there are no studies as of June 2012 Overview Veterinary and vitamin D many items on pets Beaus History.
Breast cancer and vitamin D. Summary Breast cancer is a malignant tumor, which is caused by a group of cancerous cells growing in the breast and into other areas around it. Vitamin D Deficiency. Role of Nicotinamide in DNA Damage, Mutagenesis, and DNA Repair. How to Complete Your Home Vitamin D Blood Spot Test.