You’re under attack, right now.

Even if you LOOK and FEEL great… even if you’re considered 100 percent healthy by every possible measure… there’s a good chance cancer is trying to slip into your body and quietly take hold.

Many tumors form over years, offering no hint or warning that they’re even there.

Not at first.

Then, one day, you get the bad news: “You’ve got cancer.”

Well, friend, I hope today isn’t that day. I hope you NEVER hear those three frightening words from a doctor.

But just in case, there’s one action you need to take right now

Because if there’s a chance you’re among the 40 percent of Americans who suffer from cancer at some point in their lives, doing this today could SAVE YOUR LIFE down the road.

Save yourself from America’s No. 2 killer

What’s so amazing about this study is that – like a lot of science – it started with a flop.

At least, it seemed like a flop.

They looked at 10 studies that tested vitamin D supplements against a placebo in seniors for at least three years for cancer prevention.

And they found… well… nothing. No benefit at all.

Or so they thought.

Then, they took another look at the data and a remarkable pattern emerged: Even when D didn’t help cut the risk of cancer, it did something else that was very powerful…

It cut the risk of DYINGfrom the disease.

So while the folks in the studies may have developed cancer at roughly the same rate, the ones who took the supplements were much more likely to survive it.

Overall, D supplements cut the risk of death from cancer by 13 percent.

And that’s not the only cancer benefit.

D can also PREVENT the disease. The only reason this study didn’t find that, in my opinion, is that it was too short. A longer study published last year – one that tracked patients for a decade – found high D levels will cut overall cancer risk by 20 percent.

They key to getting either – or both – of these benefits is to start now… because if you wait until after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer to start, it might be too late.

So make sure you’re covered with a daily D supplement.

The levels you need will depend on your lifestyle and specific risk factors but overall I find that most people need at least 2,000 IU per day and many people – especially seniors – need twice that amount or more.

Your doc can run a test to check your vitamin D to help figure out how much you need as well as the best way to get it.