Magazine article USA TODAY

Miracle Cure Virtually Ignored

Magazine article USA TODAY

Miracle Cure Virtually Ignored

Article excerpt

What if there was one pill you could take that could help reduce your risk for 17 types of cancer, as well as heart disease, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, and childhood asthma--and it was not a prescription drug? It is a pill that some studies indicate could lower the incidence of breast cancer by as much as 50% and cut the U.S.'s annual outlays for cancer treatment by $25,000,000,000--while costing consumers only pennies a day

That pill exists, according to Soram Khalsa, a member of the medical staff at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, Calif. It is vitamin D, a nutrient that has been in common use since the 1920s, and data suggests it could help stem the tide of many chronic conditions for less than 10 cents a day.

Khalsa, an internist who authored The Vitamin D Revolution, knows that the lack of vitamin D has been cited as a factor in just about every major ailment suffered by Americans, and he is on a crusade to stop the trend. …

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