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Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk Of Vein Thrombosis


“A newly published meta-analysis of sixteen observational studies, including 47,648 individuals, concludes that Vitamin D deficiency may be linked to an increased risk of venous thromboembolism.”


A condition that occurs when a blood clot forms in a vein, venous thromboembolism includes problems such as deep vein thrombosis, when a clot forms in a deep vein, usually in the lower leg, thigh or pelvis, and pulmonary embolism, when a clot breaks loose and travels through the bloodstream to reach the lungs. The risk of developing venous thromboembolism is highest after major surgery, major injury, or during periods of infection and inflammation.

Interestingly, however, while blood clots can and do occur in the veins, plaques do not. All plaques that occur in the human blood vessel system essentially develop in the arterial system, causing what is known as arteriosclerosis. This simple scientific fact exposes the utter fallacy of the ‘high cholesterol causes heart disease’ dogma.

If high cholesterol levels were truly damaging to the blood vessel walls, thereby causing plaques, then veins and arteries should logically both develop plaques at the same rate. This is not what happens, however. Instead, more than 90 percent of plaques develop in the coronary arteries of the heart, a segment making up a mere one-millionth of the total length of the 80-thousand-mile-long blood vessel system of the human body.

Any plumber can easily understand why this is at odds with what would normally be expected to happen. Poor quality water damages the walls of a plumbing system along its entire length – not just in a minute fraction of it.

To learn the truth about cholesterol, including why the vast majority of plaques develop in the coronary arteries of the heart, as opposed to in the veins, see the special Cholesterol Facts feature on our website.

To learn how to prevent heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure and other cardiovascular conditions naturally, without drugs, read Dr. Rath’s classic book, ‘Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!