Vitamin D3 Colorectal Cancer|
Keith D. Bishop, Clinical Nutritionist, B.Sc. Pharmacy - 01/17/2015
Vitamin D3 Colorectal Cancer - Vitamin D3 helps the immune system fight colorectal cancer.
People with higher levels of vitamin D3 have a lower risk of developing colorectal cancer. Laboratory research demonstrates that the active form of vitamin d3
activates T cells to recognize and attack cancer cells.
Patients with high amounts of vitamin D3 had a lower than average risk of developing colorectal cancer and
with intense T cell immune reaction.
Researchers evaluated data from 170,000 participants in the long term studies the Nurses’ Health Study and Health
Professionals Follow-Up Study. 318 of the subjects eventually developed colorectal cancer. Their vitamin D3 levels
were compared to those in 624 cancer free subjects.
In a mice study injecting vitamin K2 suppressed cancer growth. Researchers stated “K2 vitamins may be promising
agents for the treatment of patients with CRC (Colorectal Cancer).
Vitamin D3 and K2 are best absorbed when taken with food.
I recommend my clients obtain a vitamin D3 level of 70. The normal range of vitamin D3 is 30 to 100. You should
monitor your vitamin D3 blood level. You should repeat your D3 blood test in 2 months if you are lean and in 6
months if you are overweight.
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About the Author:
Keith D. Bishop, Clinical Nutritionist, B.Sc. Pharmacy, helps his clients improve their health by using natural
products, functional tests, diet, lifestyle and self care. He writes special reports, consults and gives seminars
on natural product, diet and lifestyle effects on cancer. You may schedule an appointment for customized natural cancer or
alternative cancer recommendations by calling 405.919.1982.
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International Journal of Oncology. 2007 Aug;31(2):323-31. Vitamins K2, K3 and K5 exert antitumor
effects on established colorectal cancer in mice by inducing apoptotic death of tumor cells.
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