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Vitamin D and Skin Cancer

There are three primary types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma (BCC), squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), and melanoma. A vast majority of skin cancers are BCC (~80%) or SCC (~20%). These non-melanoma skin cancers...

Skin Type Matters

Does your skin type determine how much sun is healthy for you? Is sun exposure individualized? Yes! Sun exposure is very individualized. In order to get sensible sun exposure you need to take into...

Prevent Breast Cancer NOW!

Vitamin D is the single largest modifiable risk factor for breast cancer prevention. Research showing evidence of primary prevention has been available since 2007. Donate Today Evidence #1 A randomized trial published in 2007...

Breast Cancer Prevention Brochure

Can Vitamin D Prevent Breast Cancer? What is your D level? What’s the Evidence? There have been many studies on vitamin D and breast cancer that demonstrate a 50-80% lower risk of breast cancer...

Can Vitamin D Help Prevent Lung Cancer?

In April 2016 GrassrootsHealth published a paper on vitamin D levels and all non-skin cancers. This paper used data from two different groups – one from a randomized controlled trial (RCT) and one from a subset...

71% Reduction in All Cancer Risk

In April 2016, GrassrootsHealth published a research paper which focused on vitamin D levels achieved and cancer incidence. Why is this important? Because we have found, through our D*action members, that there is a...