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Dear Valued Subscriber,

 

Did you know that a study in the May issue of Cancer, Causes, and Control evaluated the impact of dietary intake of sugary foods and beverages, as well as added sugar and total sugar on endometrial cancer risk in women? Not surprisingly, women with the highest consumption of added sugar intake had significantly increased endometrial cancer risk versus women with the lowest consumption.

 

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How Vitamin D Slows the Aging Process.
agingVitamin D may reduce telomere shortening through anti-inflammatory and anti-cell proliferation mechanisms. Longer telomeres have recently been linked to longer life as well as slowing down the aging process.
 
In the May issue of American Journal of Epidemiology, researchers examined the association between vitamin D and relative leukocyte telomere length by using both blood 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D (1,25(OH)2D) biomarkers. Vitamin D biomarker levels and leukocyte telomere length were measured using plasma samples collected in 1989-1990 from participants of the Nurses' Health Study. Genotyping was performed on 480 participants on 12 single nucleotide polymorphisms in vitamin D-related genes.
 
Higher 25(OH)D levels were significantly associated with longer telomere length, especially when compared to the lowest levels. Vitamin D-related single nucleotide polymorphisms and 1,25(OH)2D levels were not significantly associated with telomere length.
 
Bonnie: While we have heard a good amount about telomeres over the last few years, researchers have begun to intensely focus on them and finding the triggers to prevent them from shortening. It is not a surprise that high vitamin D levels positively contribute to telomeres.
 
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updateAre you a snowbird or student back home for the summer? Has it been a few years since your last visit? Have you had major trauma or changes in your life that have altered your optimal balance. Or, do you just feel there is one small thing missing from you feeling ideal? Chances are that you are due for a nutritional update with Bonnie.

 

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Progressive Labs P-5-P Discontinued.

The 20mg. Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate from Progressive Laboratories has been discontinued. In its place, Bonnie is suggesting Pure Encapsulations P5P 50. Bonnie prefers this larger dose of 50mg. of P-5-P per capsule.

  

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