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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Here is the evidence that sunlight is essential for health

Sunlight on the bare body is a person's principal source of vitamin D (Cholecalciferol).  It is essential for immune health and for preventing numerous kinds of diseases such as multiple sclerosis, autism, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, obesity and at least 30 different kinds of cancers.

Did you know that you can reduce lifetime risk of all cancers by about 60% just by boosting your vitamin D levels?

Did you know that the autism epidemic may be due to damage to the foetal brain from vitamin D deficiency in the mother?

Did you know that I have never had a client produce an optimum vitamin D blood test result?  

Did you know that rickets is now being reported in regions like Wellington and the Waikato?  

Vitamin D deficiency is epidemic within New Zealand.

In its failed attempt to reduce just one cancer (melanoma) the Cancer Society may be responsible for causing increasing rates of cancer overall!  All for the sake of revenue from the sale of sunscreens and related products it would seem.

If you do not believe what I am saying here, please read the evidence for yourself.  Here is the link to over 100 research articles about vitamin D and health by just one scientist (Veith).

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you are so right. My grandaughter has had 2 broken arms. Once when 4 yrs. both ulna and radius clean breaks from a fall off a low seat. the second time when 7 the elbow. True to advertising by cancer council the child got little or no sun.
It saddened me to see a class going for school swimming recently. every kid had to have a T shirt over swimmers--no chance of any sun. The teacher stood there with a bin of spare T shirts and no kid got into the pool without being covered against the sun. Grandma Maisie