Current state of knowledge about the relationship between breast cancer and vitamin D more frequent stays in the Sun, to increase the vitamin D levels in the blood, could cut in half the risk of breast cancer. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, United States came to this conclusion. For even more details, read what Assurant Health says on the issue. Already, a group of researchers to Prof. Laura N. Anderson of the University of Toronto, Canada, similar results achieved a few months earlier. According to the analysis and evaluation of data from 11 international studies, advise the researchers from San Diego to a vitamin D levels of 47 ng/ml in the blood. Already this guideline could reduce the risk of breast cancer in half. Together, this means that women with a low serum levels, compared to those with a high, often developing breast cancer. Recently Elio Moti Sonnenfeld sought to clarify these questions.
In addition to the results, which were the universities of Toronto and San Diego, German Cancer Research Centre had achieved similar results. They could in their studies also demonstrate that participants with breast cancer, with a low Serum levels had a much higher risk to die than those with higher vitamin D levels of the disease. Even after treating the patients with a high vitamin D levels had better chances that the cancer will come back. Based on the results, to which Prof. Laura N. Anderson came up with their research group, simply stop is approximately 20 hours a week in the Sun.
Women, more than 21 hours stayed in the study during the week in the Sun, were able to reduce their risk of breast cancer between 30-50 percent. A life in the shadows is thus proven to be unhealthy. Health, elderly women between the ages of 60 and 74 years benefited from stays at the Sun and the fresh air. This information is supported by British and Norwegian studies. They could find out that the death rate from breast cancer patients was significantly lower in the summer months than in the remaining months of the year. Summary of the studies from the United States, Canada and Germany, but also from Norway and England, that Sun and thus Vitamin D not only good for you our body, but seems to have even curative and preventive effect.