Vitamin D No Health Benefits Hoax

Vitamin D

Many people believe that the studies on Vitamin D providing no health benefits could possibly be a hoax. It may be because of the past accusations of Stanford claiming that genetically modified foods (GMOs) were just as good as organic food. Another reason why people think this is a hoax is because the same man involved in the Stanford studies had claimed that cigarettes were not dangerous to the health of smokers. Some people even say this is part of a big corporation agenda, intentionally making people unhealthy so they must depend on them.

Vitamin D can be absorbed through the exposure to sunlight. It aids in regulating calcium and phosphorus into the bones. It also helps the important interaction between two cells. One thing people may hear about how vitamin D is not essential to the body’s health is the doctors turning to the media and saying that healthy people who have enough vitamins do not need them. They say that taking supplements may have no health benefit at all and can actually be harmful to the body. Some may remember when doctors have even said that if exposed to the sun too long, it can cause skin cancer. These accusations can be debatable, but many people are not buying it. Vitamins and minerals play a huge role in the health of the human body.

The studies claiming no health benefits are obtained related to the Vitamin D hoax may be connected with the anti-organic studies. Stanford has come out with a study attacked organic food. They said it is the same as processed GMO foods, containing the same or more vitamins and minerals as organic foods. This was an encouragement on spending less by purchasing the genetically modified, minimizing the essentials of organics and promoting GMO’s.

Stanford studies are ironically connected to the Phillip Morris tobacco anti-science propaganda. Ingram Olkin is the connection between the two. Olkin was the head of the department of statistics at Stanford University. He had researched for a long time working on his “multivariate” statistical algorithm. He believes that statistics could be altered in order to manipulate the people. He had used this in big tobacco corporations attacking anti-science claiming that cigarettes were safe. This had resulted in a number of published articles pushing the research and studies on how smoking may not be dangerous to the health of smokers.

To turn the tables, some people agree that encouraging people to not waste their money on multivitamins may be healthier. This may promote people to get their vitamins from organic food, if there are any still produced, that is. Vitamin D supplements having no health benefits may not be a hoax because the exposure to sunlight produces the healthiest source. Maybe the best source of vitamins and minerals is through eating healthy organic food and just disregarding the supplements overall. Supplements have been accused of obtaining unhealthy chemicals that may possibly create more deficiency. Global pharmaceutical corporation, Bayer, produces the famous “pediatricians #1 choice” Flintstone Vitamins. Just last year a study came out explaining the toxic chemical ingredients in the vitamins.

By Brittany Varner-Miller

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8 Responses to "Vitamin D No Health Benefits Hoax"

  1. Geoff Domm (@Golf10583)   January 26, 2014 at 1:26 pm

    The logic of this article seems to be this “Some scientists produced a study that I don’t agree with, therefore this second study is a hoax.” Aside from this logic fail, the writing is terrible. And there is this serious problem which cannot be ignored: “exposure to sunlight produces the healthiest source [of Vitamin D]” Not true. Exposure to sunlight creates a risk of skin cancer, which for many people far exceeds the benefits of production of Vitamin D.

  2. Sam   January 24, 2014 at 11:45 pm

    Was this article translated from another language perhaps? It’s startlingly poor English if it wasn’t.

  3. Clay   January 24, 2014 at 10:31 pm

    “Vitamin D can be absorbed through the exposure to sunlight.”

    So the sun sprays vitamin D, does it?

    It seems like a person ought to know just a little bit about a subject before writing about it. What a joke of an article.

  4. Marc B   January 24, 2014 at 9:27 pm

    Terrible journalism.

  5. tri   January 24, 2014 at 9:20 pm

    Too many double negatives. Why?

  6. John   January 24, 2014 at 9:18 pm

    What a poorly written piece. I will never get back the three minutes I spent trying to piece these “sentences” together to make sense of them. This is a waste of internet space.

  7. Billy Ray Bob   January 24, 2014 at 8:53 pm

    Poorly written but an important statement.

  8. Aurora   January 24, 2014 at 8:17 pm

    This is the most poorly written article I have ever seen. Useless.


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