If you’ve got ten minutes, I’ve got a story I’d like to tell you.
It’s all about my lifelong search for health and peace, first for myself and then to everyone I can reach out to with my message, that doctors and drugs will kill you and to keep away from both at all times.
From the moment I was born it seems, I’ve had one medical crisis after another trying to stay alive. I got married at 21 and in the first 4 years, trying to start a family, I had four premature babies and one miscarriage.
After the birth of my 4th child, I was suddenly overwhelmed with pain in every part of my body. It was then that I started a search from some kind of relief from the never ending pain and constant fatigue.
The medication the doctors put me on made everything worse. I came down with Meinere’s Disease really severe; the vertigo seemed present every single day. For weeks at a time I couldn’t move my head without spinning out of control. Never a night went by without just turning over in bed triggering vertigo and vomiting.
No, that’s not it. A big problem for sure, but not the underlying reason of what actually “triggers” the weakness in the first place.
Breaking news hit my desk this morning, and it is of such vital importance, we’re rushing it out to you as a health alert, as it could very well save your life or a loved one in your family.
The “Sunshine Deficit” and Cardiovascular Disease
If your levels of vitamin D are too low, you are at significantly increased risk for stroke, heart disease and death, even among people who’ve never had heart disease, says a new study released by the Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Utah.
For more than a year, the Intermountain Medical Center research team followed 27,686 patients who were 50 years of age or older with no prior history of cardiovascular disease. The participants had their blood Vitamin D levels tested during routine clinical care.
The patients were divided into three groups based on their Vitamin D levels: