Welcome to Substack, Dr. Simon!

Thank you for highlighting the life-saving nature of vitamin D as well as the highly suspicious failure to recommend sunshine/supplementing it from the outset of the COVID psy-op.

Although I didn’t mention vitamin D specifically, I covered this negligence under “Harmful & Illogical Health Policies” in the “Retrospective in Whys” I wrote in preparation for my Corona Investigative Committee Interview:

“Why aren’t health authorities making dietary, lifestyle, and supplement recommendations that would bolster people’s immunity—like encouraging them to eat healthy; reduce their stress levels; get proper sleep; exercise; enjoy sunshine and fresh air; and practice other habits that help prevent illness?” (https://margaretannaalice.substack.com/p/a-mostly-peaceful-depopulation)

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Above the 36 parallel you can't absorb Vitamin D from the sun. Checked: sun must be above an angle of 50° from the horizon in order for UVB to penetrate the earth’s atmosphere. Other wise it bounces. Which you need 20 to 30 minutes of sun exposure in the early afternoon.

Check your area. (Enter your lat/log/time)

(note: Miami Florida January and February is under 50 deg)


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I started taking daily doses of vitamin D about 20 months ago, 1000IU but 2000IU during the winter months. As a child I was trialled on cortisone for severe asthma in the early 60's and have been a chronic asthmatic all my life. Now for the first time in my life I am no longer needing to use a reliever (ventolin) and have reduced the dose on my preventer (seretide) to once a day.

I have no idea if this is related to the vitamin D but it is the only thing I can correlate it with. I first noticed that I was rarely using the preventer a few months after starting the vitamin D.

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Thanks for this article. My daughter, 23 has idiopathic hypoparathyroidism for the last 17 years. Her last vitamin D count was an 18. She takes a synthetic pth but we finally started her on a vit d/k2 after following you on telegram. She has been feeling great, looking forward to her recheck. After all these years and treated at the best hospitals in MA, no one has ever suggested d/k2.

If you are seasoned in pth and you have any other additional suggestions, please pass them on. Thank you and looking forward to reading more of your work here on substack.

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