Published on October 5, 2016
October 5, 2016
Throughout this month we will present findings on vitamin D and breast cancer. Many of them show a substantially reduced risk when you move from a low level of vitamin D (the standard population according to NHANES, has a median level of 22 ng/ml) to our recommended range (40-60 ng/ml).
So… let’s act now! Let’s continue to work on increasing everyone’s vitamin D level to at least 40 ng/ml so that we might finally see a substantial decrease in incidence of breast cancer.
Make it Breast Cancer PREVENTION Month.