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Vitamins are the organic substances which are necessary for our health and well-being. We begin a two-part series to talk about Fat Soluble Vitamins this week and Water Soluble Vitamins next week. In this episode, you'll learn:

--That 50% of the population is taking vitamins and only 20% of the population eats a diet that gives them the necessary nutrition.

--Why Dr. Prather doesn't just recommend a single vitamin or supplement to everyone with the same condition, but individualizes his recommendations based on each patient's needs and what the lab tests show.

--That 90% of all cancers are caused by lifestyle, with 60% of all cancers being caused by nutritional deficiencies.

--How vitamins can be toxic to our bodies if we take too much of something. And why Vitamins A, D, E, and K are the ones that you need to be careful of over-consuming.

--Why chronic bladder infections often are linked to low Vitamin A. And the signs of Vitamin A deficiency that can be seen in skin, hair, and nails.

--That Vitamin D is not just a vitamin, but also plays a role in hormonal regulation. And why low cholesterol is linked to low Vitamin D.

--Why Dr. Prather calls Cod Liver Oil pills a "perfect combination of all the fat soluble vitamins".

--How every pharmaceutical will deplete the necessary vitamins and minerals from your body, leaving you with even greater nutritional requirements.

--The connection between low Vitamin E and Diabetes, Anemia, and Infertility.

--Why bloody noses and easy bruising might indicate a Vitamin K deficiency. Plus, how Vitamin K can help with menstrual cramps.


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