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The Anti-Inflammatory Vitamin: How To Stop Chronic Inflammation By Regulating Your Level Of Vitamin D by [Aquino, Kathy]
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The Silent Killer

You've probably heard about chronic inflammation, and how dangerous it is. Throughout the world, millions are suffering from diseases that are caused or made worse by chronic inflammation, such as atherosclerosis, asthma, multiple sclerosis, Crohn's disease, and diabetes, among many others.

Experts commonly list unhealthy diets, a lack of exercise, and too much stress as possible causes of chronic inflammation. But what if you eat well, exercise, avoid stress, and you are still not healthy? What if there is a missing key to reducing inflammation?

A Vitamin That Calms Inflammation

Scientists are slowly realizing that vitamin D is the crucial missing element in controlling many cases of chronic inflammation. Vitamin D, which is actually a hormone that is produced when we are exposed to sunlight, has a direct and calming impact on runaway inflammation. Not surprisingly, a deficiency in vitamin D has been strongly linked to greater risk of inflammatory diseases.

The trouble is, over 70% of the population is estimated to be deficient in vitamin D. To make the situation worse, many vitamin D supplements are unreliable, and the FDA's recommended daily intake is inadequate. The natural way to make vitamin D, by getting exposed to sunshine, is supposedly unhealthy for us. On top of all this, we are warned that too much vitamin D can actually be toxic.

So What Can You Do?

In The Anti-Inflammatory Vitamin, author Kathy Aquino discusses her own experience of reducing chronic inflammation with vitamin D. She explains everything you need to know about vitamin D in order to safely and effectively tackle chronic inflammation yourself:
  • what are the optimal levels of vitamin D in order to reduce inflammation?
  • how can you tell whether you have optimal vitamin D levels?
  • which vitamin D supplements should you get?
  • how should you get vitamin D from sunshine, and is it harmful?
  • how can you avoid vitamin D toxicity while maintaining adequate vitamin D levels?
If you are suffering from chronic inflammation, then The Anti-Inflammatory Vitamin could be the answer you have been looking for.

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HASH(0xa8a17ad4) out of 5 stars Easy to read, good book for better health! March 4 2015
By David A. - Published on
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A really good overview of Vitamin D and what it does for you, where it comes from, and how to get enough (and what is enough). I was impressed that this book was written so the subject was easily understood, logical, and the author was honest to point out the still "grey" and unknown areas pertaining to our understanding of Vitamin D. Easy to read and educational. She seemed to be up on the latest research. I highly recommend this book!!
HASH(0xa8a17e04) out of 5 stars This book is loaded with helpful information. Excellent book! March 4 2016
By Daisy S - Published on
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After reading this book about inflammation and how vitamin D helps, I was truly amazed! First of all the author has throughly researched both inflammation and Vitamin D thoughly. She give the symptoms of inflammation, how to obtain blood tests to check levels of inflammation and more! Then she lists how tohelp this with Vitamin D....which she explains is not really a vitamin but a hormone.

This book shows benefits ofrom Vitamin D in many ways.

There is also good information on Magnesium, Vitamin A, and Vitamin K2.

I especially liked section 13 that gives added tips regarding diet, supplements and exercises.And also the section on additional resources which gives helpful websites and extra reading material.

This book has a host of excellent information, in my opinion, it is well worth the purchase.
HASH(0xa8b5e924) out of 5 stars Five Stars Feb. 6 2016
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Great reference