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Vitamin D Supplementation Reduces Calcification In The Arteries

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Dr. Marc Sorensen and his wife Vicki have found vitamin D supplementation to be an effective addition to their treatment of obese or diabetic clients. Those clients who have suffered from high calcification in the arteries have responded well to vitamin D supplementation with a reduction of plaque in their arteries. Some diabetic clients have responded so well that they were able to go off all diabetes medications. Others have also recovered from chronic conditions.

Dr. Sorenson, Ed.D.:

Well, the way that it does that, the way that the vitamin D reduces the plaque in arteries is to reduce the amount of calcification. This has been proven that those who have the highest vitamin D levels have very little calcification in the arteries.

Now whether or not, I haven’t seen the research as to whether or not if we have high calcification in the arteries that we can actually give vitamin D and that will reduce the calcification, but if I were a betting man, I would say yes, that probably is the case. But we do know that it reduces calcification and therefore helps to reduce plaquing or reduce the chance of plaquing in the first place, and we expect that it will reduce plaquing itself once the plaque is already in place.

About Dr. Marc Sorenson, Ed.D.:
Dr. Marc Sorenson, Ed.D., and his wife, Vicki, developed one of the top health resorts in the world, known as National Institute of Fitness (NIF). During their time at NIF their clients lost over one hundred tons of fat. Two thirds of diabetic guests were free of all medication in less than two weeks, and many others recovered from high cholesterol, hypertension, lupus, arthritis, migraines, asthma and allergies.

Visit Dr. Sorenson at http://www.vitaminddoc.com


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