PLOS Journal recently published studies from Creighton University of Omaha suggesting that certain levels of Vitamin D correlate with a “markedly lower” risk of breast cancer. It is capable of lowering a person’s risk of different forms of cancer and research now confirms that people with high enough levels of this vitamin in their blood have a significantly lower risk of breast cancer. Low blood levels of Vitamin D have also been associated with a raised risk of bladder cancer.
Before purchasing any over the counter supplement, call the company asking for medical proof in writing that “their” Vitamin D and other vitamin/mineral supplements have been tested for absorbability. Few companies have that proof.