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Posted: 7/31/2020 10:02:00 AM
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Originally posted by Dr. Davis on 2020-07-31 on the Wheat Belly Blog (⇩cite). | PCM forum 🛈Index of WB Blog articles. | Although the video is freely available on YouTube, mirroring it here makes it available to site searches, and provides a means for IC members to discuss it. PCM,WBB,autoimmune,Inflammation,undoctored,vitamin D3,wheat,belly,cholecalciferol

Autoimmune diseases and vitamin D

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While vitamin D deficiency does not initiate the process of autoimmunity in which the body’s immune system wages an attack on an organ such as the thyroid, skin, pancreas, or joints, it plays a “permissive” role, i..e, vitamin D deficiency allows some other factor to initiate the process.

For this reason, getting your vitamin D blood level into an ideal range provides great advantage in preventing autoimmunity or in helping you reverse it.

The original WBB post was found on the: ⎆Infinite Health Blog when this mirror was last revised, but accessing it there requires an unnecessary separate blog membership. The copy of it above is complete, and has been re-curated and enhanced for the Inner Circle membership.

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