Many studies have been developed along the years about vitamin D and it’s role in preventing and stoping lung cancer.
Now there are new researches, from University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, that show that an enzyme that plays an important role in metabolizing vitamin D may be able to predict lung cancer survival.
Previous study had demonstrate that when these vitamin levels are low it reflects in to a higher cancer incidence and worse survival.
However this studies are using doses that are 200 times bigger than the ones that can be taken by month naturally. And nowadays, high doses of this vitamin are not recommended in a normal diet, or even to prevent cancer.
This kind of studies are becoming each day more important because it can help prevent one of the main causes of death, specially in smokers. According to the American Cancer Society this is the biggest cancer killer in America.
So please, keep the great work!