In fact, researchers at the University of California in San Diego recently revealed that women with low levels of vitamin D are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer. ” But lack of vitamin D is just one part of the puzzle that many health experts say could lead to improved prevention of breast cancer. “Stopping inflammation and enabling the cells of the body to develop naturally is a key strategy. And other studies conclude that high levels of vitamin D may reduce the risk of breast cancer by a whopping 50 percent. “Still other research confirms that vitamin D is able to enter breast cancer cells and trigger apoptosis, the destruction of cancer cells,” says Myers.
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