More than half of the Western population (59%) suffers from vitamin D deficiencies, according to the latest study. Furthermore, nearly 25% of people tested have an extremely low level of vitamin D in the body, which can trigger diseases such as cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular disorders and immune system disorders.
Conclusions that come out of a series of studies converge towards the common denominator of most of the modern degenerative diseases that have devastating effects, and this common denominator is vitamin D.
Vitamin D deficiency
For this reason, people with a vitamin D deficiency have an immune system that is not defense-proof against flu, and often these people are those who spend a lot of time in the house, carry out their activities indoors, in artificial light. The modern lifestyle takes place in enclosed spaces, people live, work and have fun in the house, in artificial light.
Also, clinical trials have shown that patients with renal impairment almost entirely suffer from vitamin D deficiencies, and diabetics are usually in the same situation. People suffering from cancer almost always have a severe vitamin D deficiency, as well as people with osteoporosis and multiple sclerosis. Practically, vitamin D prevents the appearance of 77% of all cancers.