Vitamin D & Strong Bones
If vitamin D is so important for bone strength, why do the Aleuts have the strongest bones in the world?
They have the largest and strongest muscles attached to the largest and strongest bones in all the world.
Their bones also have the strongest robusticity and rugosity.
They can row their kayaks all day at speeds of up to nine miles per hour without rest.
The Aleuts live up in the frigid north with Nanook of the North and company.
They live in the Aleutian Islands — “Land of the Aleuts.”
You say the Aleuts get their vitamin D from whales?
Possibly. The whales do winter in Mexico and Hawaii.
Obviously, their vitamin D stores don’t run out while they’re summering up North.
Mother Nature protects her children from the dark nights and cold winters.
You say the Aleuts get their vitamin D from salmon and other oily fish?
Where do the salmon and other oily fish get their vitamin D?
They don’t winter in the South.
You say the salmon and other oily fish get their vitamin D from algae?
Where do the algae get their vitamin D?
Algae don’t winter in the South.
What about krill?
They don’t winter in the South either.
I don’t have an answer to this conundrum. It’s above my pay grade. What say you?
Today is Friday, August 2, so if you stay totally naked all day in the Aleutians, you might be able to get enough vitamin D to make the beaker boys and vitamin D marketers happy.
Tomorrow’s vitamin D outlook is not as good, and Sunday’s is even worse.
Vitamin D from sunshine is a group of dozens of vitamins, not a single one.
What’s the name of the vitamin D measured in the blood? Toxiferol.
“Toxiferol” has no marketing potential, so the beaker boys changed its name to 25-hydroxy-vitamin D.
It sounds more impressive.
Vitamin D in tablet or capsule form is a drug.
That doesn’t make it bad.
What it does mean is that it — like 99% of all drugs — has two sides, a Yin and a Yang.
Toxiferol (or the equivalent in the tablet or capsule you’re using) is ALKALIZING, so it slows the growth of cancer.
But, because it is ALKALIZING, it speeds the spread (metastasis) of cancer.
It’s important to know what kind of cancer you’re treating, and whether it spreads by “ground troops” or by “air force.”
Toxiferol works just dandy for a slow-growth “ground troops” type of cancer.