Key Nutrient BOOSTS Breast Cancer Survival Rate
You can’t always control whether or not you get cancer.
But you CAN have some control over your outcome.
In a recent study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology, researchers identified a key nutrient that was a significant factor in boosting survival rates.
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Hardly a month goes by that I don’t tell you about yet another study showing (yet another) benefit of good ol’ vitamin D.
The sunshine vitamin.
This time around, it’s about how vitamin D levels impact breast cancer survival rates.
Using blood samples collected at the time of diagnosis, researchers measured the 25-hydroxyvitamin D of nearly 4,000 women with breast cancer. The women were divided into three vitamin D categories:
- Deficient (<20 ng/mL)
- Insufficient (20 to <30 ng/mL)
- Sufficient (>30 ng/mL)
The researchers found that women who had sufficient levels of vitamin D at the time of diagnosis had better survival rates after 10 years.
This was a larger, longer-term study that confirmed the results of a previous smaller study — and it suggested that patients who maintained good vitamin D levels have ongoing benefits throughout their cancer treatment and recovery.
Interestingly, the women with the greatest benefit were those with lower body mass index (BMI) and those with more advanced stages of breast cancer.
When it comes to your health and longevity, you can only control what you can control.
And you can control your vitamin D levels.
Get out in the sun. Eat more vitamin D-rich foods like oily fish, red meat, and egg yolks. And if necessary, take a supplement.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser
P.S. If you, or a loved one, is fighting breast cancer, you’ll want to go here and read about the LIE that everyone battling breast cancer needs to know about!
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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