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Diamond_Pepe 2 points ago +2 / -0

For fifty years women have been deprived from every and all female instincts through contraception.

Another angle to the destruction of western civilization.

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Diamond_Pepe 3 points ago +3 / -0

The destruction of the cabal and the trial of all its contributors will only prevent this, at this stage.

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Diamond_Pepe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Likely not, as it'll be sorta Stable since pegged on gold.

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Diamond_Pepe 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just realized that's from Sept the 30th. Well, I guess we prolly jumped from 25 to like 50% since then.

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Diamond_Pepe 6 points ago +6 / -0

Not to mention windmills.

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Diamond_Pepe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kek. Now that shows what NATO is all about to Herr Billionnaire Zelensky.

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Diamond_Pepe 0 points ago +1 / -1

Casual Reminder: Klaus Schwab is a Rothschild.

yeah, that's pretty much public knowledge nowadays.

The entire family spreads nothing but death and destruction. Disgusting worthless parasites upon this planet. Unable to create anything of worth.

Ever drank Mouton-Rothschild? Or Mouton Cadet?

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Diamond_Pepe 1 point ago +2 / -1

"revolution" aka CIA color thing

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Diamond_Pepe 2 points ago +3 / -1

He naively made a somewhat corrupt deal with Russia in the last year of his mandate (well, according to "the victors", that is...) after years of total corruption with all the famous Demonrats that we know: Hunter Bidet, Joe himzelf, Pelosi's son etc. Looks like Zelensky boy aka The Comedian was seen as even more puppetable than Porodude the Chocolate Maker.

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Diamond_Pepe 0 points ago +1 / -1

You may have noted that I'm saying nothing, since I'm just quoting one of the most focused resources available on Vitamin D, ie the "Vitamin D Society".

More from the very same page:

Humans evolved in the horn of Africa, close to the Equator over 30,000 years ago. They spent their days out in the full sun, with no clothing, hunting and gathering food. Their skin pigment evolved and protected them from sun burns and allowed the production of vitamin D through the skin. Nature never intended for humans to live and work indoors, in cubicles, without sunshine exposure.

Non-Human Primates: 125 – 200 nmol/L Vieth 2004 – Why the optimal requirement for Vitamin D3 is probably much higher than what is officially recommended for adults

Maasai and Hadzabe, Tanzania: 115 nmol/L Luxwolda 2012 – Traditionally living populations in East Africa have a mean serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentration of 115 nmol/L

Outdoor Workers – Lifeguards: 163 nmol/L Haddad 1971 – Competitive protein-binding radioassay for 25-hydroxycholecalciferol

Outdoor Workers – Puerto Rico Farmers:135 nmol/L Haddock 1982 – 25(OH)D serum levels in normal Puerto Rican population and its subjects with tropical sprue and parathyroid disease

Outdoor Workers – Nebraska: 122 nmol/L Barger-Lux, Heaney 2002 – Effects of above average summer sun exposure on serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and calcium absorption

Indoor Tanners: 95 nmol/L Schwalfenberg 2010 – Addressing vitamin D deficiency in Canada: A public health innovation whose time has come

Average Canadian: 68 nmol/L Statistics Canada – Langlois 2010 – Vitamin D status of Canadians as measured in the 2007 to 2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey

Dermatologists: 35 nmol/L Czarnecki 2009 – The vitamin D status of Australian Dermatologists

GrassrootsHealth and over 40 Vitamin D Scientists recommend achieving an optimal Vitamin D level for disease prevention of 100-150 nmol/L using a 25(OH)D blood test. This is the natural levels that the human body had as it evolved over thousands of years. Everyone should have their vitamin D 25(OH)D blood serum levels tested and make sure they are within these guidelines.

Please see also ICWB (former "Vitamin D Council", which was one of the first association to actively promote Vit D on a large, public scale). These pages especially, regarding recommended dosages and risks of overdosing:

https://icwb.com/vitamin-d-dosage

https://icwb.com/vitamin-d-overdosing

Overall, 4,000 or 5,000 UI per day (and up to 10,000 UI in case of deficiency and/or no supplementation in the recent past) looks like the optimal dose on the long run.

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Diamond_Pepe 0 points ago +1 / -1

... not just the covid/flu:

Optimal Vitamin D levels (100 – 150 nmol/L) play a positive role in making sure that your body functions the way it was developed. There are Vitamin D Receptors (VDR) located in tissue throughout your body and in all the major organs. Vitamin D interacts with over 3,000 genes.

The benefit of an adequate vitamin D level to each individual will be better overall health and a reduction of illnesses. In addition to rickets, bone disease and osteomalacia/osteoporosis, vitamin D insufficiency is associated with many other diseases including: tuberculosis, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, type-1 diabetes, high blood pressure, increased heart failure, myopathy, breast and other cancers. It is projected that the incidence of many of these diseases could be reduced by 20%-50% or more, if the occurrence of vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency were eradicated by increasing vitamin D intakes through increased UVB exposure, fortified foods or supplements.

A summary of the health benefits and disease incidence prevention that could be achieved by raising the public's vitamin D levels to 125 nmol/L:

Rickets, reduced by 100%

Osteomalacia, reduced by 100%

Cancers, all combined, reduced by 75%

Breast Cancer, reduced by 50%

Ovarian Cancer, reduced by 25%

Colon Cancer, reduced by 67%

Non-Hodgkins, reduced by 30%

Kidney Cancer, reduced by 67%

Endometrial Cancer, reduced by 35%

Type 1 Diabetes, reduced by 80%

Type 2 Diabetes, reduced by 50%

Fractures, all combined, reduced by 50%

Falls, women reduced by 72%

Multiple Sclerosis, reduced by 50%

Heart Attack, men, reduced by 50%

Peripheral Vascular Disease, reduced by 80%

Preeclampsia reduced by 50%

Cesarean Section, reduced by 75%

Holick, Michael F., PhD., M.D., Boston University School of Medicine, textbook - Physiology, Molecular Biology, and Clinical Applications (2nd Ed 2010 Humana Press). Page 12

Sauce: https://www.vitamindsociety.org/benefits.php#2

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Diamond_Pepe 4 points ago +5 / -1

Optimal Vitamin D levels (100 – 150 nmol/L) play a positive role in making sure that your body functions the way it was developed. There are Vitamin D Receptors (VDR) located in tissue throughout your body and in all the major organs. Vitamin D interacts with over 3,000 genes.

The benefit of an adequate vitamin D level to each individual will be better overall health and a reduction of illnesses. In addition to rickets, bone disease and osteomalacia/osteoporosis, vitamin D insufficiency is associated with many other diseases including: tuberculosis, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, type-1 diabetes, high blood pressure, increased heart failure, myopathy, breast and other cancers. It is projected that the incidence of many of these diseases could be reduced by 20%-50% or more, if the occurrence of vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency were eradicated by increasing vitamin D intakes through increased UVB exposure, fortified foods or supplements.

A summary of the health benefits and disease incidence prevention that could be achieved by raising the public's vitamin D levels to 125 nmol/L:

Rickets, reduced by 100%

Osteomalacia, reduced by 100%

Cancers, all combined, reduced by 75%

Breast Cancer, reduced by 50%

Ovarian Cancer, reduced by 25%

Colon Cancer, reduced by 67%

Non-Hodgkins, reduced by 30%

Kidney Cancer, reduced by 67%

Endometrial Cancer, reduced by 35%

Type 1 Diabetes, reduced by 80%

Type 2 Diabetes, reduced by 50%

Fractures, all combined, reduced by 50%

Falls, women reduced by 72%

Multiple Sclerosis, reduced by 50%

Heart Attack, men, reduced by 50%

Peripheral Vascular Disease, reduced by 80%

Preeclampsia reduced by 50%

Cesarean Section, reduced by 75%

Holick, Michael F., PhD., M.D., Boston University School of Medicine, textbook - Physiology, Molecular Biology, and Clinical Applications (2nd Ed 2010 Humana Press). Page 12

Sauce: https://www.vitamindsociety.org/benefits.php#2

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Diamond_Pepe 2 points ago +3 / -1

Cod liver is delicious though, even if kinda acquired taste, and full of D+A as well, since, well, full of its very own oil haha.

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