Does Vitamin D Prevent Cancer?


Extensive research has proven that people who have low levels of vitamin D in their blood are at a higher risk of cancer cell production in the body. The mortality rate from cancer can be significantly reduced in people by making sure your blood levels of vitamin D are sufficient to prevent cancer cells from growing.

Epidemiologic studies have proven over and over again the importance of vitamin D to prevent cancer as well as treat cancer.

Vitamin D is made naturally by the body when skin is exposed to ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. People who do not get sun exposure, live in geographical areas far away from the equator or use sunscreen that blocks photosynthesis of vitamin D through the skin are at risk of low levels of vitamin D in their blood.

If you are not exposing your skin to daily sunlight at least 15 to 20 minutes, live in a geographical area with little sun, drink out of plastic containers that contain BPA Bisphenol A (BPA) that inhibit absorption of vitamin D you are probably among the 100 million people who are deficient in this important vitamin D to protect against cancer cells.

Research on cancer mortality rates proved higher in geographical areas where populations get very little natural light.

Most human cancer data provided by more than 1000 epidemiology studies that are available are on; colorectal cancer, prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer and breast cancer. Please see link below to the American Public Health Association’s study and conclusions.

In conclusion Vitamin D is a safe and inexpensive means of giving ourselves added protection against developing cancer cells.

Our Vitamin D patches are applied topically to your skin and provide a natural means of absorption through your skin just like getting daily sunshine! Vitamin D Patch

American Public Health Associations The Role of Vitamin D in Cancer Prevention