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Re: I caught a cold :( what are the best guns? by grizz ..... Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team

Date:   10/10/2012 2:57:58 PM ( 9 years ago ago)
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It is a good thing that not all members of this discussion group agree. This way, you get a diversity of opinion.

I've learned to trust the doctors who promote Vitamin D3. If someone says D3 is bad? Are they a doctor? No? Then you need to decide which advice is the best to follow.

I back up everything I say with doctor written articles. Before you make your final decision on D3, see what these doctors have to say:

Dr. Jack Kruse:

My favorite Dr. Davis

The prestigious Vitamin D3 Council:

Dr. Miller:

University of Copenhagen

You can read all of my research on D3 here:

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Now ask those who say D3 is bad for you to provide medical links for their reason, and then make up your own decision.

My own experience with D3: Before starting on D3 5 years ago, I suffered a TERRIBLE chest cold every year. And frequently twice a year. In the fall and aagin in the spring. These chest colds were so bad that they lasted for months, and I even lost my voice in some cases. Now since going on 10,000 IU Vitamin D3 daily, no more chest colds. If I feel a sniffle coming on, I boost D3 to 20,000 IU for a week, and sniffle is gone.

Wife is also on D3, and she hasn't had a cold in 5 years, either.

I have been researching health issues for years, and I can't think of a single doctor that has ever said not to takje D3. There is a lot of controversy on how much to take, so I follow the doctors above on this issue. 70 to 80 ng/ml blood reading is ideal.

Hope this helps,


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