How Low Vitamin-D Levels May Contribute to Type-1 Diabetes

A 2010 study in the Journal of American Pediatrics found that 75% of youth with type-1 diabetes had a vitamin D deficiency.

That’s an excerpt from an article I recently co-wrote with Russian physicist Dr. Artour Rakhimov. I think it would be most helpful to people with type-1 diabetes. The article includes…

  • the growing prevalence of vitamin-D deficiency
  • symptoms and indications of vitamin-D deficiency
  • how to test for vitamin-D deficiency
  • 4 solutions for vitamin-D deficiency

It has been published on the world’s largest site devoted to breathing retraining. You can view it here.

Thinking outside the type-1 matrix,
–John C. A. Manley

P.S. I’m buried in bookkeeping! We’re late filing our taxes. So I wasn’t able to finish regular weekly Diabetic Dharma e-letter. I expect to be back on track next week.

P.P.S. On the subject of sunlight, you may also enjoy this recently released video by our nine-year-old son, Jonah Aaron Manley. It’s a 3-minute comical recital of a classic poem by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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