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We’ve already known that having high levels of vitamin D can reduce your risk of breast cancer, but new research gives hope for those already diagnosed as well!

“Women with increased amounts of the sunshine vitamin were nearly a third more likely to survive the diagnosis.

Experts believe it works by inhibiting the reproduction of cancerous cells – effectively killing them.”

Joe talks about the importance of Vitamin D all the time. It helps with methylation and mood. It’s critical for calcium absorption and bone density. It’s even a major immune booster! Everyone can use vitamin D as a part of their daily supplementation.

And don’t forget: your body can’t properly absorb Vitamin D without adequate levels of magnesium. If you’re not eating a color-filled diet (lots of leafy greens, fresh fruits and veggies), you should absolutely consider getting a magnesium supplement as well.

More about this research is available here!