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"The Vitamin D Cure is a revolutionary way to think about health and disease.
...This book is practical and easy to read, and it offers hope for millions of people who suffer from pain, low energy, obesity, or depression." - Daniel Amen, M.D., Director, Amen Clinics, Inc., and author of "Magnificient Mind at Any Age" and "Change Your Brain, Change Your Life "
Groundbreaking new research has traced the source of a wide array of disorders that afflict up to 200 million Americans to a single common factor-vitamin D deficiency. Increasing the amount of vitamin D in your body can cure or help treat a remarkable number of ailments-such as obesity, arthritis, high blood pressure, back pain, muscle cramps, and diabetes.
In "The Vitamin D Cure," leading rheumatologist and researcher Dr. James Dowd reveals the causes of vitamin D deficiency and offers a simple easy-to-follow five-step program that can eliminate or alleviate a host of seemingly incurable conditions such as arthritis in as little as six weeks. You'll find out how much vitamin D you need and how to sun and supplement your way to the right D level. By staying on the program, you can enjoy robust health and improved fitness for the rest of your life.
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