Next Live Workshop – Date: Sunday  (28th July 2024)  Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (includes a lunch break from 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM)   
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The Miracle Molecule
(Vitamin D)

“Reactivating the Repair Function of the Body is where the Secret to Good health lays.“ 

Ortho-Molecular Medicine for Everyone

“Nutritional Deficiencies are at the Core of almost every disease. Addressing these Fundamentals is essential for effective healthcare, without doing so all medical approaches may fall short.“

Healing at the Cellular Root

Autoimmune Diseases Managed
with Vit D therapy & Ortho-Molecular Medicine

Psoriasis, Lichen Planus & other Skin Conditions, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, SLE (Lupus), Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Fibromyalgia, Sjogren’s Syndrome, MS etc.

Chronic & Complex Pain Diseases Managed with Orthomolecular Medicine

Lower Back Pain, Lumbar Lordosis, Slipped Disc, Herniation, Sciatica, Cervical Spondylosis, Radiculopathy, Knee Pain & Joint Disorders, Osteoarthritis, Plantar Fasciitis, Osteoporosis. 

Chronic & Complex Pain Diseases Managed with Orthomolecular Medicine

Chronic & Lifestyle Ailments Management with Ortho-molecular Medicine

Allergic Rhinitis, Asthma, Diabetes Type – 2, Dyslipidemia, Gastric Hyperacidity, Acidity, Gut Dysbiosis, Thyroid Dysfunctions, Sleep Disorders, Snoring & Insomnia, Headaches & Migraines 

Next Live Workshop

Date: Sunday  (28th July 2024) 

Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (includes a lunch break from 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM)  

Location: Online (via Zoom)


Dr. Reshma Quadros
Dr. Reshma Quadros

Dr. Reshma Quadros

  • Physician and Clinical Pharmaco Therapeutics Specialist
  • Orthomolecular Medicine Specialist for Autoimmune Disorders
  • Functional Medicine Specialist for Diabetes & Lifestyle Disorders

Dr Chintan Dalal (N.D)

  • Pulse (Nadi) Diagnosis Expert (TCM)
  • Orthomolecular & Functional Nutrition Specialist For Lifestyle Disorders
  • Spinal & Orthopedic Acupuncturist 

Energy Exchange

[ This is an Intensive Health & Therapeutics Workshop – Conducted FREE of Cost. ]

Health Awareness for Better Management of Autoimmune Diseases is the Need of the Hour

[ This Intensive program is NOT Sponsored by any Company, There are NO Up-Sells, Marketing of Products or Services During this Program ]

Where the Magic Happens

Morning Session: 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM

What The Health?

– The State of Public Health

– The Chaos & Confusion about Current Health Practices

– Are Healthy Eating and Exercise Enough?

– Impact of Modern Progress on Health

– Real Solutions for You and Your Family

– Beyond Conventional & Traditional Methods

– Orthomolecular Answers to Health, Reversals, and Prevention

The Miracle Molecule

– Why Vitamin D3 is the Miracle Molecule

– The Pandemic of Vitamin D Deficiency

– How Vitamin D Works

– Vitamin D’s Impact on Organ Systems and Chronic Ailments

– Benefits of Maintaining Optimal Vitamin D Levels

Vitamin D Deficiency / Resistance in Lifestyle and Autoimmune Disorders

– Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

– Causes and Consequences of Vitamin D Deficiency

– The Role of Magnesium with Vitamin D

– Addressing Deficiencies and  RDAs

– Beyond Bone Health

– Debunking Vitamin D Toxicity Myths

– Personalized Vitamin D Needs

– Sunshine in a Capsule: Supplementing Vitamin D

– Proper Dosage and Frequency

– Choosing the Right Vitamin D Supplement

– Regular Supplementation for Good Health

LUNCH BREAK: 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Afternoon Session: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM


– Understanding Autoimmune Disorders

– Triggers and Types of Autoimmune Disorders

– Limitations and Side Effects of Conventional Treatments

– Therapeutic Potentials of Vitamin D

– Vitamin D’s Immuno-Modulatory Role

– Impact on Gut Health

– Case Studies: MS, Psoriasis, Atopic Dermatitis, SLE, RA, Hashimotos

– The Role of Mega Dosing Vitamin D in Autoimmune Disease Management

– Vitamin D Resistance and Polymorphisms

Cofactors of Vitamin D

– Essential Cofactors for Vitamin D (Magnesium, B2, K2, B1, Omega 3, Selenium, B12)

– Gut Dysbiosis and Deficiency Causes

– The Gang of Super Heroes: Vitamin D and Cofactors

– Essentials for Therapeutic Success

– Understanding “The Coimbra Protocols”

Case Studies & Research

Real-Life Success Stories: Psoriasis, Dermatitis, Lichen Planus, Hashimotos, Myasthenia Gravis, MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Asthma, Urticaria, Fibromyalgia, Lifestyle Ailments (Diabetes, Thyroidism, Hypertension), and More.

How to get Help?

 Where and How to Get Effective Help for Your Health Concerns.

Why Attend?

  • Confused and tired of running to Different Specialists, Nutritionists, Health care professionals & coaches without real relief. 
  • Suffering Chronic Ailments & Autoimmune Diseases without real relief, or kept only on Drug Therapies. 
  • Suffering Multiple Side-Effects of Drugs to maintain your Ailments. 
  • Simply Surviving but Not Thriving within Your Body.
  • Learn from experts in the field of orthomolecular medicine.
  • Gain practical and Scientifically Validated insights and actionable steps for managing autoimmune and lifestyle disorders.
  • Understand the critical role of Vitamin D and its cofactors in maintaining optimal health.
  • Access to case studies and success stories that demonstrate real-world applications. 

Discover the Path to True Health and Wellness!

Join our exclusive & [ Free ] Intensive Health & Therapeutics Knowledge base online workshop to delve deep into the management of autoimmune and lifestyle disorders through the power of Orthomolecular medicine and Vitamin D therapy. 


"An eye-opening workshop that changed my perspective on health management!"

- Jyoti B.

"I finally understood why Vitamin D is so crucial for my health. Highly recommend!"

- Adv. Pawan S.

"My Psoriasis of 16 years, under remission with Vitamin D & Co-factors Therapy."

- Dr S.Ramchandran

Come See how thousands are benefitting from this Knowledge.

Why Vitamin D & OrthoMolecular Medicine for Autoimmune Disorders

How does Vitamin D affect autoimmune diseases?
  • Autoimmune diseases are a result of an unregulated immune system that produces an aberrant immunological Th17 reaction.
  • Vitamin D suppresses autoimmunity by suppressing this Th17 reaction in the immune cells.  Vitamin D also induces the proliferation of the helpful regulatory immune cells called “T reg” cells that maintain balance in the immune system.
  • Vitamin D empowers the immune system against viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms.
What is the physiological dose of vitamin D?

Human beings of the past were sweating farmers doing manual labor, producing 10 – 20000 units of vitamin D daily with blood levels at 70 – 80 ng/ml, eating fresh food, and no artificial calcium supplements. 

A physiological, safe dose of vitamin D is 10,000 IU/day.
The scientific world has accepted that a statistical error was made in calculating the doses for vitamin D. 

No wonder with such low recommended doses, more than 90 percent of the global population is deficient in vitamin D today. 

The Endocrine Society has indicated that 10,000 IU/day is “NOAEL”- No observed Adverse Effect Level. 

Why do patients with Autoimmunity need a higher-than-usual intake of vitamin D?

Research disclosed that patients with autoimmune diseases have an increased resistance to the effects of vitamin D.
This resistance is mostly due to genetic polymorphisms at the level of the VDR (vitamin D receptors).
Consequently, higher than usual doses of vitamin D are needed to overcome this resistance.
The dose also depends on the type of autoimmune disorder. 

  • A daily intake of vitamin D in physiological doses or little above,
    along with pharma-grade Magnesium, B2, Selenium and Omega 3 fatty acids has seen good results in most patients.  
  • Higher doses of vitamin D are needed for few with very high degree of vitamin D resistance.  

The doses are subsequently reduced based on the autoimmune disease.

What is the ideal dose of vitamin D for patients with autoimmunity?
  • The dose for each patient would be different. 
  • The vitamin D levels cannot be used for dose adjustments.
  •  It depends on the degree of vitamin D resistance.
    The test that evaluates Vitamin D resistance is the degree of drop in PTH (parathyroid hormone) levels. 
  • PTH is released by the parathyroid glands and active vitamin D suppresses PTH; consequently, as vitamin D levels go up, PTH levels go down. 
  • The aim is to bring the PTH level to its lowest normal limit. 

When PTH level is at a minimum, the best biological effect of vitamin D is reached for that individual, irrespective of what caused the resistance. 

What are the side effects of this treatment methodology?
  • Vitamin D toxicity is what we are made to be scared of.
    In reality, vitamin D innocently functions to merely open the doorways in the intestines for proper absorption of calcium to the blood.
    Its not vitamin D, but the excess calcium that can become toxic!
    The possible side effect of taking vitamin D for extended periods of time is this excess calcium that reaches wrong places like the blood vessels, kidneys & coronary arteries.

    If hypercalcemia can be prevented while on therapy, there is no fear of any toxicity.
    The following steps are taken for the same – 

  •  Ionized calcium levels are monitored periodically to monitor calcium intake through diet. 
  •  PTH levels are periodically monitored and toxicity of vitamin D is rare as long as the PTH levels remain in their range. 
  •  Calcium supplements are stopped as dietary calcium in moderation is enough when well absorbed. 
  •  A diet free of dairy or in moderation (based on the ionized calcium levels in blood) is recommended to ensure the calcium levels are kept under control. 
  •  Addition of vitamin K2-7, to channelize the calcium from the heart and kidney to the bones is advised. 
  •  To avoid loss of bone mass, patients are instructed to practice a daily routine of exercise, like 30 minute fast walk, yoga and pranayam. 

  Those who cannot practice aerobic exercise might need medication, such as bisphosphonates or right Supplements.  

How about the kidneys?
  • Vitamin D per say is beneficial for the kidneys. To keep the kidneys healthy it is fundamental to prevent calcium overload in the body. For that the patient – 

  • Should commit and take care of the diet as advised
  • Should not take calcium supplements randomly.  
  • Should drink 2.5 L of liquids a day, to ensure that the kidneys eliminate excess calcium
  • Should inform the doctor if they have any history of kidney problems to plan the treatment differently.

Generally, for frequent fish-eating patients, dairy and calcium-enriched foods must be avoided and nuts should be consumed in moderation.
Vegetarian Indians can do with moderate dairy in the form of thin buttermilk and a few nuts.
Again, every patient is different, so the test results will ultimately determine if the diet is being correctly followed or if more restrictions are needed.
Water and liquid intake of 2.5 Litres a day is a must. 

What other supplements are a part of the protocol?

To activate vitamin D, Magnesium (Citrate / Glycinate) supplementation is a must.
Other supplement requirements vary from patient to patient.
They are Riboflavin (B2), Selenium, Omega-3 fatty acids, Zinc, Methylated B Vitamins Complex, Mineral Supplements, etc.

How is the treatment monitored?
  • PTH levels are measured regularly during the treatment as achieving the correct functional status of vitamin D accounts for 95% of the treatment. 
  • If PTH is not at the lower end of the normal limit, vitamin D daily doses can be increased without any fear.

  • During the treatment, PTH levels are expected to go down to their low normal limit and stay there. 
  • When this happens, the resistance to vitamin D is overcome and its powerful effects take over. However, patients start to see the benefits much earlier in most of the cases.
    It usually takes 6 to 12 months to adjust the dosage. 

After this period, the treatment is all about maintaining proper levels of PTH and calcium.
Some autoimmune diseases need the long term maintenance of vitamin D in higher than normal doses while most continue to remain in remission with just the physiological doses being maintained.

What are the required lab tests?

Some of the tests required include but are not limited to PTH, Vitamin D3, Ionized calcium, Vitamin B12, CBC with Iron Study, Lipid Profile, etc. 

Please do not take vitamin D unsupervised as it has to be personalized, potentiated with the right dose and timing of specific supplements with adequate hydration and calcium restriction (based on blood levels)

Published Studies

Vitamin D in Autoimmunity: Molecular Mechanisms and Therapeutic Potentials
Vitamin D Resistance as a Possible Cause of Autoimmune Diseases:

A Hypothesis Confirmed by a Therapeutic High-Dose Vitamin D Protocol: Front. Immunol., 07 April 2021: Know More

Safety Data in Patients with Autoimmune Diseases during Treatment with High Doses of Vitamin D3

According to the “Coimbra Protocol”. Nutrients., 14(8), April 2022. 

10000 IU of vit D - daily physiological dose for good health

Nutrition: April 2012: A 21st-century evaluation of the safety of oral vitamin D:

Vitamin D levels of 60-80 ng/ml needed to prevent cancer.

Toxicity unlikely below levels of 150 ng/ml: Anticancer Research 2011: Know More

Vitamin D3 Ameliorates Th17 Autoimmunity via Transcriptional Modulation of Interleukin-17A:

American Society for Microbiology: July 2011:

Psoriasis - In 2013, a study assessed the effect of prolonged administration of high-dose vitamin D on the clinical course of vitiligo and psoriasis

The patients significantly improved, with no signs of toxicity observed. Finamor, Danilo C; Coimbra.“A pilot study assessing the effect of prolonged administration of high daily doses of vitamin D on the clinical course of vitiligo and psoriasis.” Dermato-Endocrinology 5.1 (2013): 222–234. 

In 2022, a case series published by Dr. Renu Mahtani and team on psoriasis showed significant improvement.

Renu Mahtani, Pradeep M Nair. Daily Oral Vitamin D3 without Concomitant Therapy in the management of Psoriasis: A case series. Clinical Immunology Communications. 2022; 1(2): 17-22:

Multiple Sclerosis - Patients of MS were given escalating doses of vitamin D for six months, to a maximum of 40,000 IU daily

Then doses were gradually lowered over the next six months, averaging out to 14,000 IU daily for the year. The patients given high-dose vitamin D in the study had lower relapse rates, and their T cell activity dropped significantly, when compared to the group who took lower doses. Burton, Jodie. “Is Vitamin D a Ray of Hope for Patients With MS?” Neurology Reviews 7;17.7 2009) 1-16.

SLE & RA - The authors found that vitamin D levels were negatively correlated with disease activity.

In other words, the more vitamin D in the blood, the lower the disease activity, and vice versa. Rovin, Brad H.; Vitamin D Deficiency As Marker for Disease Activity and Organ Damage in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: [abstract]. Arthritis Rheum 2011;63 Suppl 10:2276.

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