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    Very interesting, thanks for sharing! There's always so much to think about...

    I'm so confused by all this....At first I was supplementing w/ vit d to get my level over 50, even though I'm in the sun every day. So now, what to do? Does Dr Seneff think we should go to tanning beds (where I live, there is no sun for 4 months out of the year) and if so, what kind? Thanks for your blog.

    Here is what Stephanie said in answer to my question about what to do. I am throwing away the D, but I do eat gobs of sulfur foods (which were already in my diet) and try to get lots of sun:

    So, in answer to your question, if I were you, I'd throw away the vitamin D supplements, but make sure to get as much sun exposure to the skin as I could, even though it does not appear to be boosting my vitamin D levels. It's doing something much more important which is to make sulfate! (this is of course a radical theory I'm proposing that has not been proven by the research community, so take that into account when making your decision about what to do). And, I am not a medical doctor.

    And I'd also advise you to be sure to get enough sulfur in your diet -- this involves eating eggs, seafood, and, in terms of vegetables, onions and garlic.

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