Skip to comments.Vitamin D, A Double Edged Sword for Osteoporosis
Posted on 05/04/2012 8:17:02 PM PDT by Pining_4_TX
Vitamin D is known for helping create strong bones and is a key regulator of serum calcium levels. Recent studies, however, have not offered much proof that Vitamin D supplements prevents bone fractures.
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Correct, it does not exist.
"People at all levels of society are having weight problems, middle-income people are struggling to keep their weight down, and the lower middle class and below are getting HUGE. Even the kids are getting corpulent and diabetic."
Not sure where you are or who you are looking at but our high school has over five thousand enrolled and finding just one chunky one in the crowd is rare. We have some pretty big gatherings here in the dallas area, sporting events, state fair, etc. Once again most people are thin as can be.
and the number one reason, proof positive, irrefutable evidence that I am correct?
THE LIBERALS SAY THERE'S AN OBESITY PROBLEM AND THEY LIE WITH THEIR EVERY BREATH.
Trust me they made it up to provide cover while they drive the price of food to unaffordable levels in order to keep the people from accumulating any level of wealth.
It's the same thing as the war on fossil fuels. They don't give a crap about the planet. They are against CHEAP energy no matter what form it takes. They want to strap you with energy bills that take all disposable income and prevent the accumulation of wealth. That's the mechanism that keeps you dependent and controllable.
If you really want to dig. I can show you how they manipulate the statistics and metrics to support a fictitious obesity problem. Just do a little research on ideal weights for a particular age and height, etc.
Trust me, it's a lie
Yes, then we are having a large influx of immanent kids from central and south America that has always been over weight we are not going to change that.
What is the difference between D2 and D3? Our doctor told us to take D3.
D3 is natural. D2 Vitamin is artificially produced by radiating yeast and doesn't work as well in human bodies.
There are plenty of fat white kids out there. And furthermore, saying the Latinos have always been overweight...well was that before McDonalds and Taco Bell? Do you have any stats? That just sounds like a real general comment that begs for facts.
Also, have you ever traveled?
Note: Mexican men are also on average shorter.
I have traveled throughout the pacific, a little in the Caribbean and through out north America. Heading to Taiwan and Japan next week
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