Cancer is caused by stress – biological, psychological, chemical and physical stress. In modern times the stress has increased geometrically because of pollution, artificial foods and other factors.

But eons ago Nature created an antidote to stress – a natural hormone that stimulates the body’s immune system. If you make full use of this natural defense, studies show you can cut your risk of cancer in half.

I am talking about the world’s strongest anti-cancer hormone. In terms of prevention, it is probably a thousand times stronger than any substance that the medical and drug industry has ever come up with.

One very important – but largely ignored – study found that that 30% of all cancer deaths – which amounts to 2 million world-wide and 200,000 in the U.S. – could be preventedeach year with higher levels of this hormone.

In addition to that:

  • One study followed 400 postmenopausal women for four years and found that the group that had sufficient levels of this hormone had a 60% lower rate of all forms of cancer.
  • Another study of 900 men found that the group that lacked this hormone had a 50% higher risk of cancer of the prostate.
  • A third study found that people who have a high level of this hormone are 40% less likely to develop colon cancer..

Would you like to know what this hormone is?

Then sit back because this may surprise you.

The world’s most powerful anti-cancer hormone turns out to be something quite common: Vitamin D!

This is a scientific truth that the medical establishment consistently refuses to disclose.

They have even beclouded this truth by mis-naming the hormone. They call it a vitamin but it is not a vitamin at all.Vitamin D is a hormone that you can get in modest doses from food and supplements, but most effectively from the sun.The sun is Nature’s primary stimulus for the creation of Vitamin D.

As a hormone, Vitamin D influences the entire body. Almost every type of human cell has receptors that respond to vitamin D. Which means your body is designed to make vitamin D from exposure to sunlight.

It doesn’t take a whole lot. Fifteen minutes a day or a half hour two or three times a week is enough exposure to create the Vitamin D that your body needs.