A few months ago I posted a post about a Dude Mike that overcame his disease using High Doses of Vitamin D see previous post here
**I sent Mike an email few days before this post to see if he was still doing okay as it was almost 1 year since I spoke with him last, and here was his response:
from: Mike (email@example.com)
Doing good, still taking 10000 IU a day of vitamin D3.
Cur-cumin 5 pills 3 times a day.
Coffee is the only thing that messes me up, yet I cant quit
IT!!!!!!!!!Still no drugs I feel I will be 100% healed if I can just give
up the caffeine.
On and off scd.
After this post I started to dig a little deeper reviewing info on the net, videos etc as I knew there was more behind this vitamin D protocol and recently came across a book called The VITAMIN D CURE-by James Dowd MD. Yes MD lol Everyone reading this knows that I'm not the biggest advocate of doctors nor the medical system but I will be the first to give credit where credit is due. This dude is awesome, thinks outside the box and has helped many people dramtically improve conditions such as: Arthritis, Fibromyalga, depression, chronic pain, uncontrolled weight gain, high blood pressure, restless sleep, poor concentration, headaches, diabetes, heart diseases, Parkinsons, Alzheimers, Osteoporosis, Autoimmune diseases MS, Lupus, Cancer and the list goes on by using Vitamin D and diet.
James does a great job of explaining how vitamin D is crucial to our survival and how in recent times due to technology (spending more time inside etc) we are barely getting enough vitamin d to facilitate the amount required to keep our bodies running correctly. He also brings up a huge flaw in the medical system which is to suggest standard amounts of vitamins to each person no matter of their size or weight and other variables. Different people have different requirements and should supplement accordingly which is why he describes the best way to calculate how much you will need to supplement.
I have read other books by doctors which seem to focus on medical jargon/terminology language which the average person would have no idea how to interpret this information. He does a great job of communicating his message and backing up the points he is making. Simply put the dude uses studies but also shares his patients experiences and results with the reader which I enjoyed. He is also quick to admit that he used the wrong approach before simply diagnosing and recommending drugs etc to now looking at the patient as a whole and THIS IS AWESOME!!!
IBD IMPROV DOC