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Vitamin D3: Better Than Vaccines, Antibiotics

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Wednesday, 14 Sep 2016 04:13 PM Current | Bio | Archive

A friend of mine had a secretary who suffered from chronic bronchitis. Every day she spent hours coughing and clearing her throat.

She was hospitalized several times a year, and required frequent treatments of antibiotics. She wanted to know if there was something natural that could help her.

I suggested she take 5,000 IU of vitamin D3 each day.

Within a few days she was dramatically better, but she still experienced some coughing. I increased her dose to 10,000 IU, and all of her symptoms disappeared for the first time in 20 years.

Instead of forcing dangerous and ineffective vaccines on children and the elderly, we should be giving them more vitamin D3 and having them get more sun exposure.

The elderly have difficulty converting vitamin D in the skin into the functional vitamin D3 form, so they need supplements.

Studies have shown that 10,000 to 20,000 IU a day is safe for most people.

In my opinion, people with chronic inflammatory conditions should be on high doses of vitamin D3. Most doctors would faint dead away at giving this dose, because they have never examined the medical literature on vitamin D3 safety.

Vitamin D3 also plays a major role in protecting the heart against inflammatory damage, so it can also benefit people with heart failure — the very group of people that vaccine proponents say should get yearly mercury-containing shots.
 

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Instead of forcing dangerous and ineffective vaccines on children and the elderly, we should be giving them more vitamin D3 and having them get more sun exposure.
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