If we struggle with IBS or any other gut-related issues, avoiding GE foods of all kinds may be a significant part of our answer. As for vitamin D, the evidence suggests 60 ng/mL may be a more ideal low-end target rather than 40 ng/mL. Hitting 60 ng/mL significantly lowers our risk of all cancers, and for women concerned with breast cancer, having a level of 60 ng/mL can lower our risk by as much as 83% compared to having a level below 20 ng/mL. For general health, 40 ng/mL appears to be the absolute lowest cut-off point, but most cancers still appear to occur in those with a vitamin D blood level between 10 and 40 ng/mL, so shooting a bit higher appears prudent.
first I must thank 'Jeevan Dhole' for opening so called call center and calling me with an offer, secondly I must thank LIC again for making my mind to quit smoking, and thirdly again to LIC itself for, managing my health tests and giving me confidence of my good metabolism and warning on the smoking habit!