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MAHO EXPO “SUMMER SPLASH”
CONVENTION & TRADE SHOW

July 22-24, 2022 – Hilton Columbus at Easton

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This a post from the magazine "What Doctors Don't Know". I am posting it because there have been information recently that we do not need to take a Vitamin D3 supplement in the winter because we get enough sunshine.Vitamin D—the ‘sunshine vitamin’—could be the key nutrient that’s needed for living a long life.People with low levels of the vitamin are 25 percent more likely to die prematurely from heart disease, cancer or respiratory complications, say researchers from the University of South Australia.Up to 50 percent of populations in northern hemispheres are ‘severely deficient’ in the vitamin, the result of a combination of weaker sunshine and ‘safe sun’ health policies.The researchers analysed data from more than 307,000 participants in the UK Biobank project, and there were 18,700 deaths in the 14 years of the study. The researchers discovered that deaths were more common in people with vitamin D deficiency, and the risk of premature death was 25 percent greater than in those with optimum levels, characterised as 50 nanomoles per litre of blood (nmol/L).After taking into account other factors, the researchers said there was a direct causal link between vitamin deficiency and premature death.The nutrient’s protective effect was ‘L-shaped’, the researchers said. In other words, there was no further benefit beyond having optimal levels.Aside from getting more sunshine—sunbathing for up to an hour in the summer so the skin reddens but doesn’t burn—dietary sources of the vitamin include fatty fish, such as salmon, swordfish and tuna, and cod liver oil. Annals of Internal Medicine, 2022; doi: 10.7326/M21-3324 ... See MoreSee Less
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The FDA has admitted that mercury Amalgams are toxic to children, babies, pregnant women and those with immune problems.

Redd Remedies® is a family owned company led by Dan Chapman, 2nd generation owner of Sunrise Health Foods. We know from experience that true health goes beyond what any supplement company can offer, which is why we choose to work in the natural health and nutrition industry.

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