Does survival of the less fit mean less health (poor genes may be inherited)

  • People with poor immune systems have been surviving and passing on their poor genes for generations.
    • This worsening of the immune system gene pool is a result of antibiotics, improved sanitation, vaccines, better health care, pasterurization, etc.
  • Survival of the Fittest has turned into Survival of Everyone
    • In the 1800's 20% died before passing on their genes
    • Now fewer than 1% of people with poor immune systems die before passing on their genes
  • One of the genes associated with poor immune system produces Vitamin D Receptors
    • Speculate that <5% of people 100 years ago had poor VDR genes.
    • It appears that ~30% of the people now have poor Vitamin D Receptor genes. (Based on reading 519 studies)

Rate of deaths and health problems VDW11481

Data used to make the chart

Childhood deaths in 14 countries have been almost zero since ~1970


Many autoimmune diseases have greatly increased since ~1970


US Autism 60 X increase since 1970

updated from

Obesity since 1980

Note: Adenovirus has a strong association with Obesity
  and people are more likely to catch a Virus if they have a poor immune system



Rate of 22 Vit D health problems doubled in a decade


   and most people have not noticed

What you can do:

1) Increase Vitamin D levels in your blood
Increase dose size (can start with a restoration/loading dose)
Use the most bio-available form of vitamin D
Use a gut-friendly form of vitamin D if you have gut problems
2) Increase the Vitamin D getting to your cells

VitaminDWiki - Vitamin D Receptor activation can be increased in many ways

Resveratrol,  Omega-3,  MagnesiumZinc,   Quercetin,   non-daily Vit D,  Curcumin,   Berberine,  intense exercise, Butyrate   Sulforaphane   Ginger,   Essential oils, etc  Note: The founder of VitaminDWiki uses 10 of the 16 known VDR activators
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