Here is yet another reason to consider getting tested for, and supplementing with Vitamin D3 …I am re-printing a report released by the Orthomolecular Medical Society that discusses the connection between how much vitamin D3 you have in your body, and tooth decay, Alzheimer’s disease, respiratory infections, cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other ailments. This is one of many essential nutrients that the body needs to function properly. And it happens to be an inexpensive therapy that helps to prevent and treat some of the most expensive diseases of our time like heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Vitamin D3 works synergistically with vitamin K and calcium to increase bone mineral density in women with osteoporosis. Some whole food sources include organic egg yolks, raw, organic butter (preferably from goat rather then cow), and cod liver oil.
- Dr. G
Vitamin Deficiency Underlies Tooth Decay