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Vitamin D3 is actually Rat Poison

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Many of us are deficient in Vitamin D, and may have some sort of related illness. A quick fix promoted by doctors and other supplement salesmen is to take Vitamin D supplements. But it’s one that is fraught with dangers.

The Vitamin D supplement is actually a synthetic steroid; technically a secosteroid hormone. Many people do well on it, and get relief from their ailments, just as they can do with any other steroid medication. But also, as with any other steroid medications, there are many harmful side effects.

One of the most common forms of Vitamin D, is D3, otherwise known as Cholecalciferol. It’s a rat poison. In fact, it was originally developed and registered as a rodenticide in 1984. It kills them because it elevates the levels of calcium in the blood, leading to acute kidney failure, and then death.

That is how it works, and it will work in the same manner if ingested by any other animal, such as a dog or a cat, or even us humans. Of course, dogs are bigger than rats and can handle a larger dosage, and humans can handle an even greater dosage before they die. But whatever way you look at it, it’s still a rat poison, and it’s still poison for any animal that consumes it.

One of the problems with taking a Vitamin D3 or cholecalciferol supplement is you will feel great for a while taking it, and won’t experience side effects until it’s often too late, as permanent damage has occurred. In fact, when dogs are taken to vets, or even humans in hospitals, there is no antidote for cholecalciferol exposure.

So when you do see any symptoms when taking these supplements, you had better act fast. They include increased thirst and urination, weakness, lethargy, decreased appetite, bone pain, cloudy mind, headaches, and vomiting. There are thousands of former Vitamin D supplement takers who noticed they felt like crap, and got off it, before they killed themselves.

One of the problems with the Vitamin D supplement is that it’s a fat soluble vitamin. In contrast to water soluble vitamins which can be urinated out when you take too much, the body can’t effectively deal with them, and they get stored, and accumulate in the body. So if you are taking Vitamin D as a supplement, and still feel great, eventually your body storage will reach a toxic level and you may die.

If you are on them, stop taking Vitamin D supplements immediately, but keep in mind, that since it’s a steroid, you do have to wean yourself off them, and you may experience side effects as the body eliminates the poison it has stored.

So, what are the alternative solutions to Vitamin D supplements? The best one is to just get some sunlight. Just five minutes of your hand being in the sun each day can allow the body to produce enough Vitamin D to meet your requirements. The best thing about getting Vitamin D through sun exposure is that the body only makes what it needs.

But if you live in an area that has low sunlight, or don’t have the time to get outdoors, the next best form is to get it from food sources. Natural food sources, not fortified with Vitamins. Unlike Vitamin D supplements, if you take Vitamin D from sunlight exposure or from food, you can’t overdose. You can get what you need, and if there is excess, the body can excrete it. Lastly, there are a number of light emitting devices that you can buy, which act similar to the sun in that it promotes Vitamin D production through the skin.

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