Our sun has been shining light on earth for millions of years.Your body needs sunshine for healthy living. Humans have been in the sun for millions of years too. Plants and animals are in the sun. Given that all life needs sunshine to survive, how could the sun be dangerous? How could the sun cause skin cancer? We have been told to apply sunscreen if we are in the sun, even though this sunscreen causes cancer because of its ingredients. Sunscreen blocks UVA and UVB radiation, which is necessary for good health. That is why our skin and eye contain receptors for this form of energy. The sun creates vitamin D. Adequate amounts of Vitamin D are vital for good health. The sun controls our circadian rhythm, the internal body clock that tells us when to rise and when to sleep.
The sun causes release of nitric oxide. Sunlight has a beneficial effect on skin disorders, lowers cholesterol and blood pressure. Sunlight penetrates deep into the skin to cleanse the blood and blood vessels and can cure depression, benefit for Alzheimer's patients, and lower multiple sclerosis. First, the vast majority of sunscreens contain toxic ingredients (likely to increase cancer risk). Secondly, sunshine decreases cancer risk. Therefore, if you avoid the sun, you increase your risk of cancer.
There are 3 main types of skin cancer: basal cell, squamous cell, and melanoma. The first two kill no one. We know from the literature that melanoma has very little to do with the sun. Normal sun exposure is linked to a lower risk of melanoma in just about every study. Melanoma, like all cancers and diseases, is linked to poor nutrition and environmental pollutants. Melanoma is clearly linked to sugar intake. A recently published study found that glycemic load was linked to a 240% higher risk of melanoma in women. Foods with the highest glycemic load include: refined grains (such as bread, bagels, and pasta), sugar-sweetened beverages, and dried fruit. For sure, recurrent sunburn is bad. Protect yourself with a toxin free sunscreen when facing prolonged exposure. Read the ingredients. Wear a hat and a long clothing when you're in the sun for a long time or it is your first time in the sun for a while. If you want to increase your chances of avoiding diseases linked to deficiencies in Vitamin D – you must get sunshine! The sun’s rays are pure wonderful energy your body needs.
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